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Port Authority Commuter Briefcase with SHGTUS Logo BG307
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Port Authority Commuter Briefcase BG307
This sleek, durable bag helps expedite travel with a checkpoint-friendly clamshell opening, strategically placed padding for added tech protection and ample room for your belongings.
- 1,680 denier ballistic polyester
- Front organization panel with media pockets, business card pocket and pen holders.
- Interior fan-file diver
- Padded adjustable and detachable shoulder strap
- Pullman style carrying handles
- Laptop sleeve dimensions: 10.5’’ high by 15.5’’ wide and 1’’ deep; fits most 15’’ laptops
- Dimensions: 13’’ high by 16.75’’ wide by 5.5’’ deep.
- 1,198 cubic inches of storage space
The bags are black in color and can be embroidered with one of three available full color logos: Tomb Guard Badge, Society Badge logo or Associate Member logo. Each logo measures 3.5’’ in diameter. Each bag is embroidered to order and will ship directly from our embroiderer. Additional embroidery such as name or badge number is available, contact the quartermaster for information and pricing.
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The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier (SHGTUS) is able to provide our programs, events, assistance, scholarships, and services due to the generosity of its members, organizations, and individuals. SHGTUS does not receive institutional funding. Note: The Society of the Honor Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a 501(c)(3) organization, so your contributions may be fully tax deductible.
Did you know?
What happened to the soldier that was in the Tomb from the Vietnam War?
The remains of the Vietnam Unknown Soldier were exhumed May 14, 1998. Based on mitochondrial DNA testing, DoD scientists identified the remains as those of Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Joseph Blassie, who was shot down near An Loc, Vietnam, in 1972. It has been decided that the crypt that contained the remains of the Vietnam Unknown will remain vacant. (Further Background) (News Article from the Department of Defense)