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About Excalibur Industries

Excalibur Industries is a 100% Disabled Veteran owned business which primarily serves US Military Veterans. We are primarily focused on US Military Special Operations units and the owner is a 1st Special Forces Group Veteran. We started out making Challenge Coins for Special Forces Association Chapters, and due to numerous requests, we expanded into other areas (Car Badges, Pins and Challenge Coin Design). Our primary focus is to support the Green Beret / Special Operations community and we give back as much as possible (10% of all sales go the Special Forces Association) and we work with numerous 501c3’s and organizations like the Special Forces Foundation, Green Beret Foundation, Special Forces Shield Maidens, Special Forces Brothers and a quite a few others. This company is not about us, it is about you, the Veteran. We honor the service and sacrifices you have made, and we hope that our products accurately reflect this.

What They’re Saying

I received my SFA Metal Car crest, and my SF Regimental Coins today, they are truly works of art, I carry my Vietnam 5th SFGA coin, and now will be carrying the color regimental coin. I would like your permission to put comments on them in my column on Facebook, and on several SF sites. I am the past President of the SFA and appreciate your efforts.

Jack Tobin“Croich Honorah”

Please check the website of Excalibur Industries
Owned and operated by member John Joyce, M-11817 Life. He has some great items including a new SFA Logo that is sold to members only with 100% of the proceeds coming to the SFA.

Cliff NewmanExecutive Director - Special Forces Association

I purchased both the Series I and Series II Green Beret Challenge Coin Sets from Excalibur Industries and they are of exceptional quality and design. Having served in 5th SFGA in Viet Nam I also placed a 5th Group Flash-car badge and SF Tab / Patch on my car. However for me the highlight is the II Corps Mike Force Car Badge. What also makes this company special is that its Owner and C.E.O. is a former 1st Group guy and member of SFA Chapter 78 who by the way shares part of the sales proceeds with the national association.

Lonny HolmesEditor - The Sentinel

It has been a long time in SF since a product was so outstandingly thought out and manufactured for our Members/Teams. Thanks for the effort.

John E. Cleckner Sr.DMOR