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EUROPE - MILITARY BADGES & PATCHES UK: ARMY ORGANISATIONAL INSIGNIA pdf 151 pages (0)
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Luke2 > 30-June-2015 21:40:30

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Russian Imperial Navy Shoulder Straps evolution (1830-1917) (9)
Well, just a honorific rank, there were only 6 General-Admirals in the Russian Imperial Navy since XVIII century, and all of them were representatives of the royal family. The last General-Admiral, Grand Duke Alexey Alexandrovich, gained this rank (or, better, title) in 1883 and replaced it with a rank of the Admiral in 1888. Therefore, I've decided that for the Russian Naval Depot which was as the origin for this chart, the General-Admiral rank would be for no reason at all ...
Dorward_Bis > 30-June-2015 19:46:30

HYPOTHETICAL RANKS Armed Forces of the Philippines (Hypothetical) (44)
Yeah, I've seen some PHL Marines NCOs wearing the same curved rockers as that of their US counterparts. Since when did they started wearing them and why? Anyway, for my hypothetical rank isnignia, I opted to keep the straight rockers to keep the "uniformed" look of the different branches. PS. Anybody here have solid info regarding the PCG's rank insignia? The photos in the net are contradictory with each other. The only solid info I have is for the PCG Auxiliary....
virose09 > 30-June-2015 11:54:30

EUROPE - FIRE & RESCUE BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA SOVIET UNION: Military Fire Protection NKVD 1935 (0)
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Luke2 > 27-June-2015 21:58:27