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« Item 145
 
Gold seal Regimental Crest informal note card, with envelopes.
10 per pack.
$7.00
« Item 146
 
Gold seal Regimental formal invitation card, with envelopes.
10 per pack.
$7.00
« Item 147
 
Gold seal Engineer Castle informal note card, with envelopes.
10 per pack.
$7.00
« Item 153
 
Regimental Crest paper napkins.
Packet of 50.
$2.50
« Item 191
 
Angel Engineer ornament.
Stained glass.
$10.00
« Item 223
 
Engineer castle ornament.
Metal.
Approximately 2 inches tall, with red silk ribbon for hanging anywhere.
$15.00

« Item 297
 
Red Sapper tab sticker.
Approximately 6" long.
Peel-off backing.
$2.00

« Item 297
 
Gray Engineer castle sticker.
Approximately 4" x 5".
Peel-off backing.
$2.00
« Item 164
 
Engineers sticker strip.
2" x 14".
Peel-off backing.
$3.00
« Item 126
 
Rubber stamps.
"Sapper Tab," "Engineers Make it Happen," "HOOAH," or "ESSAYONS."
Specify wording.
$6.00
« Item 155
 
Chrome metal license plate cover with U.S. Army and Engineers as shown.
Fits plates on most cars and trucks. This is much better than the typical dealer-provided plastic covers seen so often. Show your PRIDE!
$9.00
« Item 156
 
Corps of Engineers or Warrant Officer auto license plate.
Durable metal, standard size.
Choose style.
$9.00

 

« Item 180
 
Official Engineer Regimental Coin.
1.5 inch diameter, solid brass coin in plastic case.
This is a MUST HAVE for anyone who ever served as an Army Engineer!
$7.00

 

« Item 206
 
Army Spouse coin.
1.5 inch diameter.
Same quality as the Regimental Coin above but with more color.
$7.00
Park Ranger
« Item 198
 
Corps of Engineer Park Ranger.
Male version.
Statue of pewterex metal is approximately 7 inches high, on walnut base. Total height is approximately 8.5 inches.
The statue is dedicated to all Park Rangers, past and present, who serve with great dedication at Corps of Engineers–managed water recreational areas across the United States.
$60.00
Park Ranger
« Item 198
 
Corps of Engineer Park Ranger.
Female version.
Statue of pewterex metal is approximately 7 inches high, on walnut base. Total height is approximately 8.5 inches.
The statue is dedicated to all Park Rangers, past and present, who serve with great dedication at Corps of Engineers–managed water recreational areas across the United States.
$60.00
Item 205
« Item 205
 
Revolutionary War Sapper of the 2nd Maryland Regiment.
Solid pewterex metal.
Approximately 7 inches high, with included walnut stained solid base with felt pads underneath.
This is the historical symbol of the Sapper and is the largest version sold by the Regimental Store. A great going-away gift for any Sapper, with room on the wooden base to mount a presentation metal plaque (not included).
$60.00
 
« Item 139 | Small Pewter Sapper | $25.00
« Item 139
 
Small Pewter Sapper
Approximately 3.5 inches high.
$25.00
« Item 169
 
Army enlisted soldier sword reproduction.
Circa 1840, full size on oak base.
$110.00 AEA members
NO MEMBER DISCOUNT
$125.00 Non-members
« Item 143
 
Army trooper’s saber reproduction.
Circa 1860, full size on oak base.
$150.00 AEA members
NO MEMBER DISCOUNT
$165.00 Non-members
« Item 234
 
“The Fort’s Our Own” print.
Original color print by Dale Gallon, depicting the heroic moment when de Fleury led U.S. forces in the capture of the British colors at Stony Point, New York, during the American Revolutionary War.
The event was carefully and accurately researched by the artist prior to painting. Gallon is recognized for exceptional historical accuracy in his work.
de Fleury is honored today by having the most prestigious award of the AEA named in his honor. Today, many of our best Army Engineers proudly wear this medal, presented for their outstanding service to the Corps of Engineers.
Each original print is signed and numbered by the artist.
22" x 30".
$150.00
NO MEMBER DISCOUNT
« Item 159
Grayscale Mech Engineer Print by Ressler.
Humorous historical depiction of the trials of a mech engineer!
16" x 20".
$15.00
« Item 170
Army Engineer.
Our most popular depiction of what an "engineer" goes through.
By George Finley, a popular military artist.
18" x 24".
$15.00
« Item 232
 
Reproduction of famous WWII Engineer recruiting poster.
This poster has been displayed all over the Engineer Regiment for years ... including a large wall-size version in the Army Engineer School at Fort Leonard Wood, MO.
Order yours today!
17.5" x 25".
$15.00
« Item 229
 
Dale Gallon publisher proof | Engineers Clear the Way
Counted among the enemies in Vietnam was the jungle—triple canopied, thick, claustrophobic, and deadly with tunnel networks and snipers, bunkers and booby traps. It was a battlefield of the enemy's choosing. The Engineers modified for war the famous "Cat bulldozer"—manufactured by Caterpillar Inc.—by adding steel armament, a driver's cage, a special cooling system, and a unique front blade complete with a menacing two-foot long spike that could be rammed into the massive jungle trees, splitting them for easier removal. These dozers and their courageous drivers cleared thousands of acres, facilitating the destruction of tunnels, bunker systems, and countless enemy supplies and weapons. The Engineers re-worked the very surface of the earth to facilitate their operations against the tenacious enemy at home on his own ground. Commissioned by the Engineer Regimental Association.
Limited stock
$350.00
$400.00 Non-members
« Item 233
 
Dale Gallon publisher proof | Essayons: Engineers at Fredericksburg
Battle of Fredericksburg, VA | December 11, 1862
East bank of the Rappahannock River opposite Fredericksburg.
Soldiers of the Fiftieth New York Engineers try unsuccessfully to complete their pontoon bridge under fire. Original commissioned by the Army Engineer Association.
Limited stock
$350.00
$400.00 Non-members
 
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