Sample Designs & Wording Messages
USAF Service Recognition Gift PlaqueUS Air Force Logo
Name of Enlisted Airman / Air Force Officer
HONORING 25 YEARS OF MILITARY SERVICE
In Honor of Your Meritorious Service and
Dedication to the United States Air Force.
We Thank You for Your Service to
Honor, Duty and Country.
USAF Service Retirement Gift Plaque
Congratulations on your well deserved retirement
after 37 years of dedicated service to the 143rd.
In sincere gratitude for your guidance and
outstanding leadership you’ve provided to
the AMXS for so many years.
You have set an example to be followed in the future and cherished by those of us that were fortunate enough to have experienced it for ourselves.
Thank you for your friendship
and best wishes in your retirement.
Air Force Sergeant Recognition Gift
Service Before Self
Excellence In All We Do
In appreciation of your hard work and dedication,
from the men and women of the 36th Civil Engineering Squadron, Andersen AFB, Guam.
Thank you for your meritorious service. We wish you the best of luck in all your future endeavors.
Air Force Silent Patriot Award GiftRecipient Name
In Sincere Appreciation For Twenty Two Years
of Dedicated Service. Your Devotion, Faithfulness
and Guidance will long be remembered.
A woman for all seasons
A woman for today.
She grows to meet the challenges
And grows along the way.
Her life is not an easy one
With many loads to bear.
But she proudly serves her husband
And the uniform he wears.
Throughout the years, she marches on
Through tears and joy and strife.
She’s America’s unsung hero-
She’s a military wife.
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Air Force Service Plaques recognizes air force service members for accomplishing significant milestones of air force service.
The Air Force logo, hand painted in blue, draws attention to this beautiful USAF plaque. Individualized note of appreciation is proudly displayed. A terrific airman gift for air force personnel.
This crystal plaque is also a fine departing gift for airmen leaving air force, whether through transfer to other military branch, retirement, at the end of their obligated service time.