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82nd Airborne Brass Standard AmmOMug®

  • 82nd Airborne Brass Std AmmOMug
  • 82nd Airborne Brass Std AmmOMug - Cap Open
  • 82nd Airborne Unit Insignia!
  • AmmoBox Giftbox Included!
450.00 Grams
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Product Description

The 82nd Airborne Brass Standard AmmOMug® is a Superior beverage mug for both hot and cold beverages.


The highly decorated 82nd Airborne Division "All American" has a long and meritorious history in the US Army! 


"The 82nd Division was first constituted on 5 August 1917 in the National Army. It was organized and formally activated on 25 August 1917 at Camp Gordon, Georgia. The division consisted entirely of newly conscripted soldiers. When commanders discovered that the division contained draftees from the forty-eight U.S. states that existed at the time, they nicknamed it "the All-American division."


In Normandy
With two combat assaults under its belt, the 82nd Airborne Division was now ready for the most ambitious airborne operation of the war so far, as part of Operation Neptune, the invasion of Normandy. The division conducted Operation Boston, part of the airborne assault phase of the Operation Overlord plan.


In preparation for the operation, the division was reorganized. To ease the integration of replacement troops, rest, and refitting following the fighting in Italy, the 504th did not rejoin the division for the invasion. Two new parachute infantry regiments (PIRs), the 507th and the 508th, provided it, along with the 505th, a three-parachute infantry regiment punch. On 5 and 6 June, these paratroopers, parachute artillery elements, and the 319th and 320th, boarded hundreds of transport planes and gliders to begin history's largest airborne assault at the time (only Operation Market Garden later that year would be larger). During the June 6th assault, a 508th platoon leader, Lt. Robert P. Mathias, would be the first American officer killed by German fire on D-Day. On June 7, after this first wave of attack, the 325th Glider Infantry Regiment would arrive by glider to provide a division reserve.


By the time the All-American Division was pulled back to England, it had seen 33 days of bloody combat and suffered 5,245 troopers killed, wounded, or missing. Ridgway's post-battle report stated in part, "...33 days of action without relief, without replacements. Every mission accomplished. No ground gained was ever relinquished."


Following Normandy, the 82nd became part of the newly organized XVIII Airborne Corps, which consisted of the U.S. 17th, 82nd, and 101st Airborne Divisions. Ridgway was given command, but was not promoted to lieutenant general until 1945. His recommendation for succession as commander was Brigadier General James M. Gavin. Ridgway's recommendation met with approval, and upon promotion Gavin became the youngest general since the Civil War to command a US Army division."[1] - Wikipedia


Celebrate the 70th Anniversary Commemoration of the Normandy Liberation this year with the 9th Air Force AmmOMug®!


This AmmOMug® is part of the 70th Anniversary Picauville Normandy Commemorative Collection  that honors the Liberators of Picauville, Normandy France on June 6th 1944. 


Picauville is a town in Normandy in north-western France. In early June 1944, after the liberation of the area by the 82nd Airborne Division, the 101st Airborne Division, the 90th Infantry, the  Engineers of the Ninth Air Force IX Engineering Command began construction of a combat Advanced Landing Ground (ALG) to the northwest of the town. The ALG was declared operational on 26 June and the airfield was designated as "A-8". It was used by the 405th Fighter Group which flew P-47 Thunderbolts until mid-September when the unit moved to St. Dizier, near Nancy. Since the liberation, the town of Picauville has commemorated the heroics of the liberators of Picauville and the surrounding area and all who have sacrificed for the others and future generations. 


On June 5th and 6th, 2014 the Association Picauville Se souvient will host Commemoration ceremonies and Remembrance exercises in Picauville.


Please keep All in your thoughts during this very special occasion.


The Picauville 70th Anniversary  AmmOMug® Collection is a special series of AmmOMugs® that remembers this remarkable Anniversary and All of those who have Sacrificed. A Portion of the proceeds from each Sale of the Picauville 70th anniversary AmmOMug® will go towards the Association Picauville Se Souvient Monument Fund.


You can visit their website at


If you would like your name to be included in the certificate sent to Picauville for the donations, please indicate that in the Notes/Comments section of your order. Or Send us an email at 


Thank you to American Airlines for their sponsorship of the Picauville commemorative D-Day events.


Double walled Stainless Steel construction for maximum performance !

This AmmOMug® is decorated with the highly decorated and reknown 82nd Airborne Unit Insignia! Hoorah!

The AmmOMug® is the ultimate action oriented drink companion to any Warrior's day. The AmmOMug® Double walled Stainless Steel Travel Mug is perfect for a Warrior's everyday commute, or latest adventure.

The stylish features aren't just for good looks though - this is a travel mug that can go anywhere, anytime; It's has "Can-Do" attitude.

The AmmOMug® Travel Mug is a double-wall stainless steel mug, ensuring that your hot or cold beverages stay that way for hours.

Decorative AmmOBox gift box included. 


  • Patented Design makes this travel mug Unique, Bold, and Fun to use.
  • Styled as a Brass Standard cartridge round.
  • Constructed with double walls of stainless steel inside and out for maximum performance.Double walled technology means that this mug keeps beverages hot for 6 hours, and cold for 10 hours.
  • Flip Top Cap seals the AmmOMug and further insulates the mug. 
  • Will hold up to 16 oz. of your favorite beverage and fits most standard car cupholders.
  • Does not contain rubber or latex.
  • BPA free
  • Volume: 16 oz
  • Hand wash; do not microwave


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  1. Ammo Mug Says It All! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 11th Apr 2013

    The Ammo Mug is a good way to show your pride in the 82nd Airborne. The insignia on the mug lets everyone know that you've been there-done that!

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