Custom T-Shirts for overseas

The Eskimos in Kuwait by MattyBell - over 2 years ago

The Eskimos In Kuwait T-Shirt Photo

"This was taken last month in June...we wanted jerseys for our team when we go up against other units playing ball hockey in Kuwait during our deployment with the Army Reserves!"

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COS Irbil Fire Department by Pit Crew of COS Irbil - almost 3 years ago

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Coming out party by A Billy - almost 3 years ago

Coming Out Party T-Shirt Photo

"June in Japan, celebrating our ability to remain calm during stressful times and help our host nation in her recovery. Pray for Japan!"

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Camp DehDadi II Memorial Day Run by Camp DehDadi II Memorial Day Run - almost 3 years ago

Camp Deh Dadi Ii Memorial Day Run T-Shirt Photo

"The Soldiers of Camp DehDadi II celebrated Memorial day with a 5km Run. In the picture is our Battalion Commander rewarding the winners of the race with battalion coins. Approximately 125 Soldiers participated in the event raising over $150 for the Wounded Warrior Project. The Adj"

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The Oki Crew by >>WeLLe<< - almost 3 years ago

The Oki Crew T-Shirt Photo

"This is my core groups of friends and I celebrating the receiving of our shirts, as well as a going away for our brethren pictured to the far right. I ordered and distributed 20 of my shirts designed after an annual event on the northern part of Okinawa. This annual event takes place on a surfside military post and attracts all branches of service and civilians alike, on the island. Aside from weathering a mini-typhoon/hurricane during the course of our weekend, we survived Okumafest's many trials including inter-military service challenges and tournaments, as well as the very real occurance of 6 males waking up in a female public restroom, including one individual catching Z's IN a granite wall to wall sink. Rock shows, drinking shenanigans, carnival games, and Louisville Chuggers: We took on everything thrown in front of us, on us, in us, and from us - and prevailed laughing sadistically and screaming for more"

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Ansbach Germany Air Traffic Controllers by Tabatha - almost 3 years ago

Ansbach Germany Air Traffic Controllers T-Shirt Photo

"We were a group of 6 air traffic controllers whom completed our local community's (Ansbach) half marathon run on the 15th of May. Our shirts were Awesome and slowed afew runners down to take a look. On the back it read, "Get them down safely with Air Traffic Control.""

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The Finish at Saqqara by randy dill - about 3 years ago

The Finish At Saqqara T-Shirt Photo

"This is at the finish of a 100K relay outside of Cairo in November 2010. We ordered our team shirts from Custom Ink to commemorate the event and had an excellent experience both with the race and Custom Ink's service!"

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Spitfire Crossfit by Balad, Iraq - over 3 years ago

Spitfire Crossfit T-Shirt Photo

"Photo taken at the Spitfire Crossfit Gym in Joint Base Balad, Iraq. We are a group of people from all over the world working together to make Iraq a better place. This picture is of the team of Crossfitters that I work with."

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Love from sunny southern Afghanistan by Howz-e Madad Fire Department - over 3 years ago

Love From Sunny Southern Afghanistan T-Shirt Photo

"A civilian fire department supporting US Army operations in the Kandahar Province of Afghanistan, we needed "casual" shirts for everyday wear. As we had prior awesome experiences with CustomInk, it seemed natural to use them again. This photo was just one in a series of "family" pictures taken, as our department grows. You know why the Taliban hates us? Because they don't have awesome shirts, like we do! "

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San Diego-based Marines in Afghanistan celebrated with a 5K by 1st Lt. David Bates - over 3 years ago

San Diego Based Marines In Afghanistan Celebrated With A 5 K  T-Shirt Photo

"I wanted to thank CustomInk for the speed at which you were able to get the shirts out here and the way the final design turned out. We had over 700 Marines, sailors, airmen and soldiers come out for the race. It was about 20 degrees but everyone had a great time taking a break from their daily grind out here to go for a run. The link below is to an article from the San Diego Tribune with a picture from the race: http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/2011/jan/02/postcards-afghanistan/"

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