The Montford Point Marine Association (MPMA) is a military veteran's organization, founded to memorialize the legacy of the first African Americans to serve in the United States Marine Corps. The first African American Marines were trained at Camp Montford Point, in Jacksonville, North Carolina, from 1942 to 1949.
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The items below are available for purchase

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New and Now Available

*** Just Approved for 2014 ***

Monument and USNS MLP-1 Commemorative Coin

The Future (Obverse) The front of the coin shows the image of the memorial statue that has been designed and to be erected at the memorial site at Camp Johnson North Carolina. This design also depicts, at the front base,  the Congressional Gold Medal which was awarded in 2012. Draped with the American Flag representing the support and defense of an American Nation, the men of Montford Point  trained and fought to defend during a time in our nation's most violent conflicts of World War II, Korea and Vietnam, and circled in red to depict the blood that was shedThe Current (Reverse)  The back of the coin shows the image of the United States Naval Ship Montford Point, the first in the class of Montford Point ships that was built by General Dynamics and was christened March 2, 2013, in San Diego, California. Just above the ship is the USNS Montford Point Logo, which depicts an African American Marine in a prone defensive position taking aim with his rifle, inlaid with the USMC Emblem and an M-1 90mm Anti Aircraft Artillery Gun. The coin is circled in navy blue to represent the Naval service and the world's oceans that they sail

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Coins are now available!

Purchase yours today

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To order your coin please place orders and payments below.

(PLEASE KEEP YOUR PURCHASE ORDER RECEIPT WITH YOU)

YOUR ORDER WILL BE PROCESSED AND MAILED DIRECTLY TO YOU

Please note that there is a S/H fee

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BULK ORDERS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE AT A SPECIAL OFFER FOR CHAPTERS ONLY, THIS IS CONSIDERED A SPECIAL BULK ORDER IN A QUANTITY OF 100 ONLY. (Prior to placing this order contact the quartermaster for special instructions)

 

Please note that there is a S/H fee for all items

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ALL ORDERS ARE MADE VIA PAYPAL ***

PLEASE NOTE: ORDERS AND PURCHASING OF THE COIN WILL ALSO BE AVAILABLE AT THE 49TH CONVENTION IN NEW ORLEANS. IF THERE ARE ANY QUESTIONS CONTACT THE QUARTERMASTER

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Commemorative Coins

PLACE YOUR MOUSE CURSER OVER EACH COIN TO DSPLAY THE REAR SIDE OF COIN
THE CHOSENFEW
WORKING TOGETHER WORKS
4th MPMA Anniversary
HISTORY IN THE DEFENSE OF FREEDOM

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MPMA Glass

Champagne Glass

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Ties

 

Official MPMA Ties

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Hats

MPMA Ball Caps

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Bag

Ladies Auxiliary Bag

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Pocket Badge

Car Decal ------- Pocket Badge

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Shirt

MPMA Cotton White Shirt with LOGO

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Hand made Flag Box 5X9 w/Double compartment $145.00

Hand Made Shadow Box

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MPMA Cover $38.00

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MPMA Official Cap

 

MPMA Ink Pen $1.50

MPMA Ink Pen

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MPMA Lapel Pin

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Life Menber Pin $6.00

Life Member Lapel Pin

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NMPMA Blanket

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If you are interested in any items contact the QM. All items have a shipping and handling cost. To order yours today email the quartermaster or fill out the ordering invoice form.

Quartermaster

Mr. Elijah Abram

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For the Ladies Quarter Master Orders contact:

Mrs. Alberta Abram

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During a demonstration while training at Montford Point, Cpl Arvin L. "Tony" Ghazlo, instructor in unarmed combat, disarms his assistant, PFC Ernest Jones. National Archives Photo 127-N-5334
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Fighting for Freedom Documentary Order Form

 

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USMC 15 X 16 Cloth Scarf

use for display or framing

$5.00 Each plus S/H

 
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