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HYPOTHETICAL RANKS US Space Force (53)
[quote="Miklós Lovász">[quote="Miklós Lovász">Well, check out this guy It'll likely be Army/Air Force/Marines officer ranks, but using junior navy ranks and cuff insignia, then senior army ranks and insignia would be my preference for a mixed rank scheme. While I'd like for marshals to be created, I doubt it would happen. More likely, but still unlikely, we'd see cde., mgen., lgen., etc. At the very least, my mix of air and sea ranks allow the co of a ship to be called captain. As for enlisted, I'm thinking navalized Air Force insignia. Sr. Airman (aeroman?) would use the same AF rank insignia, staff sgt. would put a chevron over that insignia. Tech. Sgt. would use the ssgt insignia and a star, or lozonge. Master Sgt. would have two devices. SF warrant officers would use navy cuffs and army collar insignia, provided they wanted to differentiate themselves from the AF and authorize warrant officers....
SFMRAS > 22-June-2018 17:52:22

AFRICA - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA General of the Army of Liberia (1)
A senior rank for a Regiment-sized military. The most senior military officer of Liberia currently should be a Major General. Are promotions programmed?...
Helios88 > 18-June-2018 16:16:18

HYPOTHETICAL RANKS World government ranks and insignia (19)
Ranks up to Captain use the Army system, don't they? I think they may be renamed as "Physician" 1st and 2nd class and "Probationary". :)...
Helios88 > 18-June-2018 16:11:18

EUROPE - LAW ENFORCEMENT BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Italy police new rank badges (3)
A definitive departure from military-style insignia. P.S. This thread should be moved to the Law enforcement section. :)...
Helios88 > 18-June-2018 16:06:18