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Hypothetical Liechtenstein Security Forces Rank Insignia

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Hypothetical Liechtenstein Security Forces Rank Insignia

Unread postby Chuck Anderson » Fri Apr 20, 2007 8:21 pm

Hi Everyone!

Presented here are my illustrations of hypothetical, updated insignia of rank for the Liechtenstein Princely Security Corps.

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Re: Hypothetical Liechtenstein Security Forces Rank Insignia

Unread postby Miklós Lovász » Sat Apr 21, 2007 11:24 am

Nice artwork, indeed! However, I think that the rank designations and structure are not quite "Liechtensteinian", but more like American. I believe a few things should be taken into consideration:
1. the extent of the force (quite smallish, I'd say)
2. the German and Swiss heritage
3. The military, civlian or mixed nature of the force.

So, I would go with something like this:

Private (Wehrmann or Agent)
Private 1st class (Gefreiter or Hauptagent)
Corporal (Kaporal or Oberagent)
Sergeant (Wachtmeister)
Chief sergeant (Oberwachtmeister)
Ensign (Fahnrich or Vizeinspekteur)
Lieutenant (Leutenant or Inspekteur)
Captain (Hauptmann or Kapitan or Oberinspekteur)
Major (Major or Hauptinspekteur)
Lt Colonel (Oberstleutenant or Oberhauptinspekteur)
Colonel (Oberst or Vizedirektor der Furstliche Sicherheitskorps)
General (General or direkteur der Furstliche Sicherheitskorps)

Also, what does the P stand for? If it stands for "Polizei" than - given the name of the Corps (Furstliche Liechtensteiner Sicherheits Korps) it should be an "S"rather. I would suggest either replacing it with the princely cypher (which should consist of (a) more leaborate lettter/letters) or the letters "FLSK".
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Unread postby ChrisWI » Sat Apr 21, 2007 12:38 pm

I believe they changed their title to the Landzpolizei.
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