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|EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Germany 1871-1918 (Empire) NCO ranks||(3)|
|Hi Luke... Many of the imperial pages bear my name as a graphic designer, but I do not have all painted. Until 1832 I have been all corrected. My time is but just to correct all. But I will correct step by step Germany (1795-1918). And thanks for your help, I have long not looked at the "German side". PS: hey luke, you're a great help ... thank you ...|
|Sitmar-orke > 1-October-2014||20:16:01|
|EUROPE - MILITARY BADGES & PATCHES||Post-communist guards uniforms||(3)|
|Hungarian Guard Regiment first pic: current uniform last pic: the Royal Hungarian Guard Regiment, 1920-1944 Parliament's Guard ...|
|Miklós Lovász > 1-October-2014||16:22:01|
|HYPOTHETICAL RANKS||Hypothetical Marshal of the Commonwealth insignia||(230)|
|Thanks guys. The Rifle regiments again: 1. Service Dress (Parade) Much the same for both regiments but some minor differences in the details Both wear blackened bronze for all of: buttons, cap and collar badges, Officer insignia, WO insignia, Colour Serjeant crowns. KRRC officers wear red backing behind rank insignia, RB officers wear insignia without backing. Note that, as for full dress, both regiments wear their own cap badges but generic Crown & Bugle collar badges. NCO chevrons are black on khaki backing. Officers and WO1 wear whistle-cords/lanyards on the right shoulder; WO2/3 and NCOs on the left shoulder; these are twisted rifle green and scarlet for KRRC, rifle green and black for RB. Note Field Officers' caps have leather peaks with one row of black oak leaves (as per Full Dress); all other ranks have plain cloth-covered peaks. For parade in service dress, WO2 and below wear black regimental belts with the usual infantry pattern scarlet sashes for WO2/WO3 and Col.Sjt/Sjt. Officers and WO1 wear regimental cross-belts. All ranks wear black leather chin straps and, for parades, rifle green hatbands are worn by both regiments over standard khaki officer- or OR-pattern caps. ...|
|Medic_in_Uniform > 1-October-2014||14:56:01|
|ASIA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||PLA Navy ranks||(0)|
|Ranks of the PLA-N are army styled. It should be changed to navy-style ranks. ...|
|JMRamos > 30-September-2014||7:58:30|