Pitch and Rudder Brings on Custom Apparel Designer

Custom Challenge Coin Company Pitch and Rudder LLC develops custom apparel department to meet on going customers demands. Charles "Chuck" Mund Active Duty Chief Petty Officer tagged to lead Pitch and Rudders new department!
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AZC Charles Mund, Pitch and Rudder LLC
AZC Charles Mund, Pitch and Rudder LLC
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Dec. 1, 2018 - PRLog -- To say that Pitch and Rudder is not Veteran oriented is an understatement, our team is fully stalled by active duty Sailors and Marines, in the next few weeks, we plan on introducing each one of our team members, giving a brief history of their service and what their jobs are in the organization!  First up to bat, Chuck our Lead Custom Apparel Designer.

AZC(AW) Charles "Chuck" Mund

Charles (Chuck) Mund was born and raised in Southern Wisconsin. At the age of 18 he decided to join the Navy and enlisted on April 19th, 2005. After completing Boot-camp he was sent to Meridian, MS for AZ A-School. Soon after he checked on board to Fleet Readiness Center SE in Jacksonville, FL. His second duty station was with the Tridents, Helicopter Antisubmarine Squadron Three, working with the SH-60F and HH-60H Helicopters, deploying with the USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN-71) in 2008 for a 7 month Deployment. While embarked he spent time on the USS San Antonio (LPD-17) performing Anti-Pirate operations in the Gulf of Aden. After Deployment, HS-3 was decommissioned and became Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Nine in Norfolk, VA and embarked on the USS George Bush (CVN-77) doing multiple detachments working towards Carrier Qualifications. He then transferred to the Chargers of Helicopter Sea Combat Squadron Two Six in Norfolk, VA and performed two separate 6 month tours of duty in Juffair, Bahrain. After, he returned to Jacksonville, FL to Patrol Squadron Thirty where he became qualified Safe for Flight with the Boeing P-8 Poseidon and donned the uniform of the Chief Petty Officer. He now resides in Bremerton, WA stationed on board the USS Nimitz (CVN-68) working in Production Control the AIMD Department.

Custom Apparel Designer

Chuck, Became a team member in the spring of 2018, as our Lead Custom apparel designer, hitting the ground at full speed, he creates truly one of a kind works of art specifically formulated fabric.  Understanding how the fabric takes the color and specializing in that one medium has enabled him to truly kill some amazing one of a kind works of art.  Here at Pitch and Rudder, we don't do semi-custom shirts.  We don't have a catalog of previous designs that you can mix and match to create your shirt.  We sit down with you either by email, phone or most effectively by ZOOM and have a creative meeting to hammer out your one of a kind design.  Nothing is worse than having your own command, mess or season shirt show up on someone else on the pier.  The point of having custom shirts is that they make you stand out, they highlight your unit!   Chuck is Amazing at bringing out those qualities that best highlight what your Mess and unit is all about!

Forward to Glory

Those of you that are familiar with our facebook groups, you may have seen Chuck all over this one.  He is the Primary Admin for Forward to Glory, Pitch and Rudders facebook group dedicated to helping service members have a smooth transition to the civilian world.  Forward to Glory was the brain Child of Chuck and Terry while Terry was transitioning and Chuck performs the majority of the scheduling of influencers and Lives and has been invaluable in growing the content and assisting service members of all branches!


If your interested in Rocking a One of a Kind Design, built from a Veteran Owned and Operated team we've have made it easier than ever to #gocustom with us!  Click the Link, fill out the form and let's Get started rocking something custom for you that sets you apart from the crowd.  Remember if it's going to be on fabric; then, you're going to be working with Chuck our Custom Apparel Designer and he's going to create you something truly amazing!


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