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Disabled American Veterans Commemorative KA-BAR knife (Dual Sided Engraving)

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Laser engraving on the famous KA-BAR fighting knife can transform it from a treasure to an heirloom. The exquisite detail obtained by the laser allows your personalization to preserve those very special memories and the addition of a logo makes the crowning touch. Order this special civilian KA-BAR Utility/Fighting Knife for Yourself or another disabled American veteran. The civilian KA-BAR Utility/Fighting Knife with up to 4 lines of lasering and a Civilian logo can be delivered to your door in the United States or APO, FPO, or DPO address, including shipping and handling. (SC residents must add 6% Sales Tax). Outside the US, please e-mail us at bufs@islc.net for pricing and shipping costs.

2.5" x 11.875" x 1.25"


To display your KA-BAR, we also offer a selection of Displays or you can have it mounted on a Plaque for as little as $71.50 more.

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All KA-BARs come with a leather sheath

KA-BAR Orders normally ship in 1-3 Working Days

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  • All KA-BAR Fighting Knives come with a Leather Sheath
  • Disabled American Veterans  Commemorative KA-BAR Knife Award

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This commemorative KA-BAR fighting knife has a special design to honor the service of our Disabled American Veterans. The motto, "Fulfilling our Promise" is engraved along with the official seal of the DAV and a quote by Eric Shinseki: "If you are in a position to hire, hire a veteran. They will be the best employees you have."

The Disabled American Veterans, or DAV, is an organization chartered by the United States Congress for disabled military veterans of the United States Armed Forces that helps them and their families through various means. It currently has over 1.2 million members. 

In the aftermath of World War I, disabled veterans in the United States found themselves seriously disadvantaged, with little governmental support. Many of these veterans were blind, deaf, or emotionally ill when they returned from the frontlines. An astonishing 204,000 Americans in uniform were wounded during the war. The idea to form the Disabled American Veterans arose at a Christmas party in 1920 hosted by Cincinnati Superior Court Judge Robert Marx, a U.S. Army Captain who had been injured in the Meuse-Argonne Offensive in November 1918. Although it had been functional for some months by that time, the Disabled American Veterans of the World War (DAVWW) was officially created on September 25, 1921, at its first National Caucus, in Hamilton County Memorial Hall in Cincinnati, Ohio. While touring across the U.S. as part of the election campaign of James M. Cox, Judge Marx publicized the new organization, which quickly expanded. It held its first national convention in Detroit, Michigan on June 27, 1921, at which time Marx was appointed the first national commander.

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