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|ASIA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||The Chinese Navy||(6)|
|Well, I suppose such ribbons is some equivalent to rank insignias, so I think when the person is promoted to the next level he just replaces the old service ribbon with a new one. Otherwise you can imagine what kind of a salad consisted of service ribbons only the person has to wear on his chest))...|
|Dorward_Bis > 3-June-2015||8:44:03|
|AMERICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||US Navy Shoulder Straps evolution (1841 - 1913)||(7)|
|Thanks for such a high appreciation of my modest work)) Yes, I have some ideas concerning "evolutional charts" for other national armies/navies rank insignias....|
|Dorward_Bis > 2-June-2015||7:31:02|
|AFRICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Ethiopia (1975-1991) Communist Army||(0)|
|I just saw videos of Ethiopian Communist leader Mengistu Haile Mariam in full uniform. Any information about the ranks used during that era?...|
|general_tiu > 31-May-2015||1:06:31|
|AMERICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA||Possible additional changes for the Royal Canadian Navy||(24)|
|Well, an army and air force sergeant having a crown above their chevrons would bring the insignia into lie with the RCMP... Speaking of the RCMP, I wonder if the 'laurel' that was mentioned for the MS rank/appointment would have one of the staff sergeant major's laurels, if not a simple swapping of the crown for the anchor? It would at least be somewhat distinct....|
|SFMRAS > 29-May-2015||20:15:29|