Air Traffic Control Specialist Challenge Collectors Coin

This isn’t motorcycle related here for my motorcycle blog, but for those that don’t know, I’m an air traffic controller when I’m not out riding my motorcycle! I designed this challenge collectors coin and had made for all past and present air traffic controllers (ATC). US Army, US Navy, USMC, USAF, FAA and DOD.

Air Traffic Control Specialist Challenge Collectors CoinThis Challenge Collectors Coin has a duel metal finish with a spur cut border. It measures 1.75 inches (44mm) in diameter.

Start your own “Challenge Coin” tradition with your friends, relatives, co-workers, group, club etc.

This would also make a unique gift for an air traffic controller or challenge coin collector.

This coin has been designed with all Air Traffic Controllers in mind. U.S. Army, USMC, U.S. Navy, USAF, Federal Aviation Administration FAA and the Department of Defense DOD. 

Side 1.

Features an Air Traffic Control Tower, a RADAR Scope, TRACON/RAPCON, ARTCC Enroute Center and a Compass. Circling the coin are common ATC phrases that are used daily by Air Traffic Controllers. Circling the coin is the phrase “Air Traffic Controllers – Guiding Pilots, Planes and Passengers Safely to their Destination”. 

Side 2.

Features a waving American Flag as the background with each governments seal/crest for the government branches that have Air Traffic Controllers.

Available on eBay and Etsy. Just do a search for “Air Traffic Control Challenge Coin” if you’re interested.

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