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AMERICA - LAW ENFORCEMENT MEDALS & DECORATIONS Police use of Federal ribbons (3)
Well, that makes sense....
Silverturtle > 25-September-2016 0:12:25

EUROPE - FIRE & RESCUE BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Russia: Special ranks of the State Fire Service (1)
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Luke2 > 24-September-2016 20:08:24

HYPOTHETICAL RANKS Greenland military (6)
a ceremonial uniform based around the traditional male greenland costume (seen worn here with medal by the danish prince-consort) could work. It reminds me of the use of a hoodie by the canadian rangers: rank could be indicated on a strip on the right side. They could either be based on the danish army (for obvious reason) or the police has they are the uniform service they are more likely to see on a regular basis....
marcpasquin > 23-September-2016 7:19:23

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA A corporal as french chief of staff (6)
Walter -- In regards to the First Sgt. in the USAF; you are correct. In my previous post, I should have specified that the Senior Airman was ACTING First Sergeant. You can imagine the confusion and anger that it caused. ...
Silverturtle > 23-September-2016 0:03:23