I Got Your Six

I got your back

Spent over 26 years with the CAF...


The meaning behind ;IGY6 is this:

The semicolon is from the Project Semicolon. When an author writes a sentence and is at the point of ending it, but wants to continue, they can use a semicolon. It creates a pause. Almost like a thought, a reconsideration of the cessation of a sentence, or in this case, your life.

IGY6 stands for I Got Your 6 (back). The colours also carry a meaning. Teal is for PTSD awareness, black is for the heavy hearts that many of us carry – those who suffer from PTSD and those who have lost loved ones to suicide because of PTSD. Red is a symbol of the blood that has been shed.

The military uses the clock method to describe direction, 12 o'clock is your front, 3 and 9 o'clock is your right and left, and 6 o'clock is your back. The 6 in IGY6 means your back. That means that no matter what is going on with you, there is always someone who will have your back.

So when you combine it all, the acronym is a way of saying that if you are thinking about taking your life, PAUSE, it is not time to end, I've got your back and will help you through it and stand by your side.

IGY6 Collection

All proceeds from IGY6 collection will be used to sponsor a veteran.

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