Warrant Officer Demonstrating a proven grasp of technical skills and abilities, those who earn the rank Warrant Officer in the U.S. Marine Corps play a vital role in the chain of command.
Those Marines who achieve the status of Warrant Officer 1 are counted on to operate specialized equipment, gather and communicate sensitive intelligence information, and engage in a full-range of direct combat and administrative support activities. Providing first-rate analysis and technical expertise to guide the decisions of their superiors, these talented individuals are crucial to the mission success of the U.S. Marine Corps around the world.
This coin salutes the advanced skill and inspiring ability of all those who have earned the rank of Warrant Officer in the world's most elite amphibious assault force. The obverse features a rendering of the rank insignia worn by these proud warriors. The reverse bears a modified version of the Federal Eagle with a "United States Marine Corps" banner. Directly below is an open area suitable for engraving a name or personal message. Struck in a brass alloy and imbued with an enamel finish, this coin is packaged with a header card that describes the history and mission of the U.S. Marine Corps.
1 3/4" diameter
Brass with enamel
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