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EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Nazi Germany: Osttruppen (0)
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Luke2 > 16-February-2017 22:04:16

HYPOTHETICAL RANKS Modernized Roman ranks - officers corps: speculation (28)
For this topic, I'd see the real history: in the Eastern Roman Empire the Arab/Islamic threat pressed Costantinople to develop a strong navy; in a similar way, if we assume that the Arab world would develop, the Navy would be an extremely important branch. Compare the modern-day real world: even a nation with financial difficulties like Italy is building a fleet of 16 new frigates and a new LHD (mentioning only already approved and financed programmes) in addition to the existing fleet in order to keep secure its own interests. Even a Mediterranean Sea completely dominated by the Roman power, a sort of Mare Nostrum, would constitute the strategic depth for the Empire; not to mention the geographical discoveries (the Atlantic Ocean would be a frontier between Roman Gaul and Iberia and whatever may lie beyond the western horizon or may become the vector for a Roman-specific colonization) and the contact with other already established empires and civilizations (Chinese presence, Middle eastern powers, Persian Gulf, Red Sea, Black Sea, etc.)....
Helios88 > 15-February-2017 12:31:15

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA ATS Polish Exile Army WWII (3)
Source:https://kresy-siberia.org/hom/element/english-all-ego-photos/english-womens-auxiliary-uniforms-2/...
Luke2 > 13-February-2017 19:50:13

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA CSM Irish Guards (12)
a question about the lance-sergeant. First sorry if it sounds insulting as its not intended to be but isn't he a bit short to be a guard ? I thought they had height requirement....
marcpasquin > 8-February-2017 20:48:08