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Request Shields of Strength Dog Tags and/or Necklaces

Over the years the popularity of dog tags has grown exponentially and crossed all demographics. Churches use them as outreach tools, hospitals for encouragement, athletes for courage, and thousands of others for the hope they instill in helping them overcome their personal trials this life always finds a way to bring. It brightens our day when we see police officers, fire fighters and EMS professionals wearing some form of SOS.

First Responders serve and sacrifice to defeat internal threats within the border of the United States. They risk their lives to defend and protect Americans, often people they do not even know. Jesus said, “Greater love has no one than this, to lay down one’s life for one’s friend.” The men and women in blue form a Thin Blue Line that stands between good and evil. Firefighters form a Thin Red Line that protects Americans from fire and medical emergencies. We appreciate and value these brave men and women.

Our Vision

Is to give a dog tag or folded flag necklace engraved with scripture to every member of the Armed Forces, First Responder, and to every family member of a Fallen Hero.

Shields of Strength Styles

Type of Item Requested? (May Select Multiple Types)

Shields of Strength Dog Tags

Folded Flag Necklaces

NOTE: These necklaces are RESERVED For family members of Fallen Soldiers and Fallen First Responders. Includes; Parents, Spouse, Children and Siblings. In the message box below please include the name of the recipients and relationship.
Please state who the Dog Tags and/or Necklaces are for, and include Organizational affiliation of recipient. Example: Chicago Police Department, US Army, NYFD, Dallas PD 911 Call Center, San Quentin State Prison, US Border Patrol, or wife of Fallen Soldier, SFC David Jones, US Army, or Son of Fallen Officer, Corporal Jerry Smith, Dallas PD.

People Ready to Help

“For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” ∼ Mark 10:45