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US Marine Corps Honors ISG

We are proud to report that the ISG Community was recently honored by the United States Marine Corps with a US Flag flown over Bagram Air Base, Afghanistan, along with a Commemorative Plaque from Operation Enduring Freedom in recognition for our support of the US Marines stationed in and around the Afghanistan region. This honor follows closely the US Flag presented to the ISG by soldiers of a Forward Operating Base outside the Bagram area in Afghanistan. 


Since 2006 the ISG Community has provided information and support to military personnel across the region regarding the many problems with shopping for gemstones and jewelry at the many bazaars and dealers who are located around Bagram AB and many of the Forward Operating Bases. We recognized in 2005 the problems being caused by these dealers who sold grossly misrepresented gemstones to the soldiers who spent significant amounts of their duty pay on gemstones that were virtually worthless. Over the past 6 years the ISG has assisted with research and reporting of the problems for virtually all of the branches of service represented in the Afghanistan operations area, including providing free copies of our DVD, 10x loupes and Selvyt polish cloths to anyone stationed there with an APO or FPO address. 

 
This ISG information DVD package is available at no cost to all military and civilian personnel stationed in the Afghanistan region with an APO or FPO address. To receive or send a package please use the special email below. The ISG Community has pledged to keep making this information available to the military until the final soldier has left harm's way there. For more information, please use the email below.

Email: military@schoolofgemology.com

The ISG Community will provide free gemological services to any soldier who believes they may have a problem with gemstones purchased in Afghanistan. We urge extreme caution when shopping for gemstones there. 

AT: 02/03/2014 10:22:34 AM   LINK TO THIS NEWSLETTER
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