Monday, March 26, 2012

New USMC Desert Digi Decal Sheets

Hi everyone! Just wanted to let you all know that we finally received the NEW and much anticipated USMC Desert Digi Decal Sheets from our US manufacturer!! They will be up on our website and ready to be ordered beginning tomorrow, March 27th! The 12x12 sheet will retail for $15.00 and the 5x7 sheets will retail for $5.50.

More Good Gouge:

  • ALL rubber stamps will now be selling for only $1! That's right a dollar!! We will be moving this summer and all rubber stamp inventory needs to go! Pass this information along to your friends and order today!! It's a ton of work to go through each rubber stamp on our website and make the price $1, so your order will be adjusted manually, your credit card charged at the discounted price and you'll be sent an email with your new total!!

  • Lastly, beginning tomorrow, March 27 and running through Saturday, March 31st ONLY- when you purchase a set of decals at regular price totaling at least $15 - less shipping and tax and (excluding the new USMC desert digi sheets), you will receive the same decal set for FREE!! **No substitutions - you will receive a duplicate of the set you order** This way you can own a set for each vehicle :)! ALL branches included in this sale!!

Thank you all again for following My Military Hero!! Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us!!


1 comment:

  1. In 2001 I drove down into what appeared to be a base underneath Oak Hammock Marsh Manitoba Canada (protected wildlife sanctuary), I completely forgot the experience until reading a report on undergroundNazi bases at the beginning of 2013 (The Omega Files), I then used Google Earth and more recently Google Earth Pro to view Oak Hammock Marsh and the surrounding areas, I found several irregularities: A saucer with adaptive camo and what appears to be its landing area nearby that is marked with two swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, a wormhole in a backyard neighboring Oak Hammock Marsh and a large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that wormhole. These images are somewhat blurry as they are taken from space using technology that is available to the public for free, if you look closely though there are some things that should not be in a protected wildlife sanctuary in Canada. Since remembering driving down into what appeared to be a base and finding these irregularities using Google Earth I have not stopped making this known, in my opinion anything less would be committing treason against Canada. These images and the links below are posted on my Facebook wall/account which is open to the public. In the photo albums labeled Oak Hammock Marsh I have included images from previous satellite imaging of these areas as well as the most recent (Google Earth Pro) so it is possible to see what is normally in those areas.
    Wesley Wadien 11/08/1983

    Links to Google Earth showing parts of a possible Nazi base on Canadian soil

    Landing area marked with 2 swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, west 400 feet is adaptive camo saucer, distortion around edges of the saucer is visible.

    Wormhole in backyard of property and large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that.

    Possibly technology used to create projection top on base.

    Statement from the former Canadian Minister of National Defense.

    News report on chem trails.

    Please make copies and distribute. Long live a free Canada.