Insignia of the United States Armed Forces -- OFFICERS

January 2006
Soldiers;Jan2006, Vol. 61 Issue 1, p26
The article illustrates and labels the insignia of the U.S. Armed Forces for military officers. Insignia for the Army, Air Force and Marines include Second Lieutenant, Captain, Colonel and General. Insignia for the Navy and Coast Guard include Ensign, Commander, Read Admiral for Lower Half and Vice Admiral.


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