Shopping Cart (0 items)
View Cart (0 items)
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
Shopping Cart (0 items)
View Cart (0 items)
100% Satisfaction Guaranteed
20% Off All Orders & Up to 50% Off Home and Art Departments!    Use Code: COZYUPSAVING      Ends Tomorrow!     See Details
You're now in art view with boundaries for an easier design experience.
  • Bumper Sticker: Front
About this product
Style: Bumper Sticker

Entertain the cars sitting behind you in traffic with a custom bumper sticker. Make your car a reflection of you and your personality, show off your particular politics, or brag about your honor roll child! Get your point across with this quality bumper sticker that will outlast heavy rain, intense sunlight, and the most severe of traffic jams.

  • Dimensions: 3"l x 11"w
  • Made from durable vinyl with a strong adhesive back that will hold up under the most severe of conditions
  • 100% weatherproof
  • Printed with water-resistant ink that won’t fade or run
About this design
LEGACY, Approximately 20,000 African American recruits received training at Montford Point Camp (less than 10% of the Marine Corps end strength) during World War II. The initial intent of the Marine Corps hierarchy was to discharge these African American Marines after the War, returning them to civilian life - leaving the Marine Corps an all-white organization. Attitudes changed and reality took hold as the war progressed. Once given the chance to prove themselves, it became impossible to deny the fact that this new breed of Marine was just as capable as all other Marines regardless of race, color, creed or National origin. Exceptional recruits were singled out to assist in the training of their own platoons. Mortimer A. Cox, Arnold R. Bostick, Edgar R. Davis, Jr., Gilbert H. "Hashmark" Johnson and Edgar R. Huff were selected for their leadership' and maturity and became the First Black Drill Instructors. These first DI's would join the staff to reinforce the training mission at Montford Point which was to develop African American Marines for support roles in the Corps, following their graduation. In July of 1948 President Harry S. Truman issued Executive Order #9981 negating segregation. In September of 1949, Montford Marine Camp was deactivated - ending seven years of segregation.
More Less
We can't move forward 'til you fix the errors below.


The value you specified is invalid.
Customize it!
Want to modify the artwork? Customize it to add images & text or to move objects
Sell It
Your design has been saved to your saved designs in your account.

Customize It!

Design Area:

Edit this design template

Want to edit even more about this design? Customize it!
More Less


Save on
Only more on

Add an Essential Accessory!

20% Off All Orders & Up to 50% Off Home and Art Departments!  Use Code:
COZYUPSAVING   Ends Tomorrow!   See Details
Zoom view loading…

More Essential Accessories


There are no reviews for this product yet.
 Show All Reviews
Have you purchased this product?  Write a review!


No comments yet.


Bumper Stickers







united states

All Products: marine, mpma, history, united states

Other Info

Product ID: 128976582006283681
Created on: 6/29/2011 11:23 AM
Reference: Guide Files
See more options below!