3 Ways to Decorate Your Car with Military Decals

Military decals are a great way to show off your pride in your country and unit. They come in a multitude of colors and sizes, which make them perfect for creating either a simple or more ornate design on your car. What is especially neat about them is that some are tailored to family and friends of service personnel too, so they can proudly announce wherever they go that they are firmly standing with their loved one in their battle for the protection of freedom. Read on for three basic ways that military decals can be applied in a respectful way that is representative of our great country.

Bumper Stickers

Believe it or not, a bumper sticker can look sophisticated if it is done right. Instead of slapping it on in any which way, take the time to align it properly. Measure the decal beforehand and draw the outline of where it should go with a pencil. Also, think about what information that you want displayed. A series of bumper stickers can show the branch of the military a person is in, their unit, and even their rank. If you are an active duty soldier, just be sure to ask your commanding officer if it is alright to do this beforehand though. Sometimes, this isn’t allowed because of security reasons.

Back Window Designs

Large screen-type window decals depicting a unit’s symbol, such as an eagle for the 101st Airborne Division, can be specially ordered and installed for a reasonable price. Choose one that complies with vehicle safety laws that won’t limit your field of vision when driving. Many people also like using these decals for memorials to a soldier who died. And, because they are see-through, the entire back window can be a scene of your choosing. For example, in southern parts of the United States, it is common to see a large picture of a gorgeous countryside where eagles fly next to soldier kneeling with his helmet before a cross.

Side Stickers

If you want to show your military pride in a more inconspicuous way, side stickers might be what you are looking for. They vary in size, but many are just a couple of inches high. Most of these decals will adhere to the windows or directly on to the car’s painted finish. Just be sure to clean and dry the area first, or they will fall off over time.

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