INTERNATIONAL ENCYCLOPEDIA OF UNIFORM INSIGNIA

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Support for new Uniforminsignia sites (2)
Actual donations: Michael Bohannon - 20 USD Vyacheslav Koval - 10 USD Already received: 55 USD and 75 EUR. THANK YOU !...
Pavel Močoch > 28-July-2014 19:40:28

AMERICA - MILITARY BADGES & PATCHES New US Army Instructor Badge (0)
Here is an article on the award of the new Army Instructor Badge. ...
Blakwhit > 28-July-2014 19:24:28

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA NATO Countries (3)
The king's rank is interesting. Same above the rear admiral sleeves for navy. I haven't seen the airforce version yet. I didn't include the OR in silver or the "jobs" devices on purpose as it just gets messy. Plus Pavel's artwork is very good. I just wanted to make the officers look metal on service and include the King....
DarthGaddafi > 27-July-2014 0:17:27

AMERICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Aggressor (US Army) rank insignias of the 1950s (5)
Those ranks bring back the good ol' days...I was in the Army JROTC all four years of high school. It was the only thing that kept me in school past 8th grade, to be honest. Achieved C/CPT my senior year and was S-3 of my unit...and by that time the only senior cadet who gave a crap about the program. Good times...good times....
ijnfleetadmiral > 26-July-2014 6:21:26