Insignia of the United States Armed Forces -- ENLISTED

January 2006
Soldiers;Jan2006, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p23
The article illustrates and labels insignia of the U.S. Armed Forces for enlisted military personnel and officers. Insignia for the Army include Sergeant, Master Sergeant and Command Sergeant Major. Insignia for the Marines include Lance Corporal, Staff Sergeant and Gunnery Sergeant. Insignia for the Air Force include Airman, Gunnery Sergeant and Sergeant Major.


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