Real Wooden 116th Cavalry Brigade CSIB Sticker
Display your patriotism whenever and wherever you like with a real Wooden 116th Cavalry Brigade CSIB Sticker. Laser engraved from Mahogany, American Cherry or Black Walnut veneer and covered with strong 3M adhesive, the 116th Snake Patch sticker is perfect for your truck, toolbox, Humvee, water bottle or whatever you own that needs some laser engraved freedom.
Handmade & Homegrown:
Every one of our American Flag stickers is made right here in the USA by hand from locally sourced, hand selected black walnut, aromatic cedar, caramelized bamboo or rich mahogany wood.
Not a Cheap Vinyl Sticker
This real wood sticker is so much more interesting and unique than a cheap vinyl sticker. These are made in America, with American hands.
As Tough as The Trees They Come From
Our woods are hand selected by our team of local craftsmen, ensuring that every cut we work with is built to stand the test of time and last for ages to come.
Why the Snake Patch Design for the 116th
The snake patch insignia is a symbol that is commonly associated with the 116th Brigade of the Idaho National Guard. The meaning of the symbol is not officially documented, but it is believed to be a reference to the Snake River, which runs through the state of Idaho.
The Snake River is a major waterway in the Pacific Northwest of the United States. It is also one of the most important rivers in the history of the American West, and has played a significant role in the development and history of Idaho.
The Snake River is a symbol of the ruggedness and resilience of the people of Idaho, and it is fitting that the 116th Brigade of the Idaho National Guard would adopt this symbol as their own. The snake patch insignia is a symbol of the unit's connection to the state of Idaho and its people, and represents the unit's commitment to serving and protecting the state and its citizens.
Background & History of the 116th
The 116th Brigade of the Idaho National Guard has a long and rich history dating back to the early 1900s. The unit was first organized in 1911 as the 116th Infantry Regiment, and was made up of soldiers from various towns and cities across the state of Idaho.
During World War I, the 116th was mobilized and sent to Europe to fight in the trenches alongside the regular army. The unit saw heavy combat in France and suffered significant casualties. After the war, the 116th was demobilized and returned to Idaho.
In the years between World War I and World War II, the 116th trained and prepared for the possibility of another war. In 1940, the unit was mobilized once again and sent to California for training. However, the unit was not sent overseas and was demobilized after the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor.
After World War II, the 116th was reorganized as a National Guard unit and continued to train and prepare for potential conflicts. The unit was mobilized during the Korean War and sent to California for training, but was not deployed overseas.
In recent years, the 116th has been deployed to various locations around the world, including Iraq and Afghanistan, to support the ongoing War on Terror. The unit has also been called upon to assist with domestic operations, such as fighting wildfires and providing disaster relief.
Today, the 116th Brigade of the Idaho National Guard continues to serve and protect the people of Idaho and the United States. The unit is made up of soldiers from various towns and cities across the state, and is a vital part of the National Guard's mission to protect and defend our nation.