My youngest brother is currently in his 4th or 5th week of BASIC at Fort Knox. When he first told me of his plans to enlist,(I wanted to do the same thing at his age, only was disqualified due to a slight hearing loss), I tried to talk him out of it, not because I'm not a patriot, I AM, but more because of the fact that he is the baby of the family and if something ever happens to him it would affect EVERY ONE OF US DRASTICALLY. Anyhow, I haven't said much to him about it since and I want him to know that I AM PROUD OF HIM AND SUPPORT HIM. I had this idea a couple of days ago to present him with a gift to commemorate his training there. He's at Fort Knox in the 194th Armored Brigade, 2nd Battalion, 81st Armor Regiment. I'm sure that once he completes his training he will be assigned to a different unit, but this gift will be intended to commemorate his initial training at Fort Knox. Would you consider this appropriate, Do you think it's even a good idea? How can I go about being certain that get the right patch/insignia put on it? I'd like to get your guys' opinion on this. Please feel free to chime in with ANY ideas about the design. Your input will be greatly appreciated!!!! He doesn't graduate until October so I have a few months to put this together if I decide to go ahead with it. here is a link to the thread I started inquiring about services to complete this project, check out post #10 to get an idea what it is I want to do. http://glocktalk.com/forums/showthread.php?t=892321 Wanna kill these ads? We can help!