Joining the army means so much for so many people. No matter if we’re talking about your spouse, boyfriend or girlfriend or child, when someone joins the army, most loved ones are deeply touched, and deeply worried at the same time.
Truth be told, most people who join the army are either “army brats” who want to continue the family’s tradition, or youngsters who found the army to be the only alternative they had to a life that was unable to provide them with what they can.
Naturally, when someone joined the army and completed training and is about to start his or her career, it’s a tense and joyful moment at the same time, and a gift is always welcomed. That’s why so many consider military rings and of course you must wear a military uniform. The uniforms are provided by the branch and the also identify the branch of the Armed Forces that you will e serving with.
Most branches have battle uniform which is worn during conflict and a dress uniform that is worn on formal occasions.
Military Rings for all Branches
Firstly, a military ring is something that shows pride: the pride of making it through training, the pride of being part of a big family and the pride of serving’s one’s country.
Wearing military rings will always be something that will raise some spirits. Only those who’ve been in the army or who are now serving in the army know what a long and hard road they had to take to get to where they are. So, yes, a military ring is an appropriate gift for someone who joined the army, and completed their training! Rings must never be worn by those who have never served, it is classed as an insult to veterans.
Choosing the perfect military ring
Military rings can be customized with the unit’s insignia, the branch of the army the soldier is in, his or her name, and even a special message written inside of the ring.
The stone of the ring comes in different colors and shapes, and there’s even the “Laser Vue” option which means that inside the stone there will be a laser engraving of the branch insignia or the American flag. It depends entirely on you whether you want the stone to be simple, or engraved. Around the stone, you can customize the military ring with wording.