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FICTIVE RANK INSIGNIA Ad Astra (1)
Probably just a future Army dress uniform, based on the one before Army blues were introduced. Hey, everything old is new again, since pinks and greens are making a comeback. Maybe Army green will as well someday....
dcfowler > 6-June-2019 6:29:06

AFRICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Cabo Verde (6)
Cape Verde Guardia Costeria ranks Pages 17-21....
sketor7558 > 26-May-2019 19:08:26

AFRICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Seychelles Peoples Defence Force (8)
Here is their Rank Insignia ...
sketor7558 > 16-May-2019 3:33:16

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Pope's Palatine Guard (3)
Excellent research Marc , thanks for posting, good to finally get some information about this unit. The fringed epaulettes mentioned would be the ceremonial ones and i assume are removable with rank stars on the shoulder straps. Very likely the 2nd lieutenant, lieutenant and captain would have silver stars like junior officers in other armies. The present day Swiss guard captain has a silver star....
aardvark > 5-May-2019 16:16:05