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|FICTIVE RANK INSIGNIA||Legend of the Galactic Heroes||(2)|
|On gineipaedia there is a description in English (but with errors): P.S. On this site do not have enough of one rank: Fleet Admiral (Old Galactic Empire)...|
|Kizhe > 22-October-2014||9:55:22|
|HYPOTHETICAL RANKS||Hypothetical Marshal of the Commonwealth insignia||(242)|
|Concerning the Lord High Constable insignia: One thing I noticed about the Admiralty Anchor insignia used by the Lord High Admiral is how it might (hypothetically) be replaced with a designed incorporating a sword(s), which seems the most appropriate symbol for the Army to use (and which is also used as a symbol on the flags of Lord-Lieutenants). Perhaps a design similar to that used as a badge by Knight Bachelors would work? (In real life, it wasn't until 1926 that Knight Bachelors were allowed such a badge) Alternatively, perhaps the anchor could be replaced with a design based upon the Order of the Garter?...|
|Logan616 > 21-October-2014||22:21:21|
|AMERICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Nice to see the Canadian rank pages updated||(38)|
|Seen that with the Tunic Insignia, Im more after info on the DEU Rank Slides for Shirts, as the Poster stops at CWO and does not show CWO-RCAF or CFCWO But cool thanks for that Im just going to go with that the Slides would be embroiled Grey with Grey Wreath or Maple Leafs ...|
|trbaldwin > 21-October-2014||12:46:21|
|EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||General's rank insignia (Russian XVIII century)||(2)|
|Generals had differences from officers before the advent of epaulettes too. For example, generals in Paul's era wore a white plume on hat, and field marshal of the 18th century had a marshal's baton. In this regard, me seem more interesting insignia, indicates a certain generals rank. I have found in various forums mention of image marshal's baton on epaulettes until 1827, but the sources of this information I have not found. About the stars on the epaulettes of military engineers, introduced in 1810 (in 1809 was created Corps of Communication Ways) can be found in Wikipedia: This system insignia reminds me of the Japanese Imperial Army....|
|Kizhe > 19-October-2014||11:29:19|