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Hypothetical USAF Infanttry Enlisted Rank Insignia

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Hypothetical USAF Infanttry Enlisted Rank Insignia

Unread postby Chuck Anderson » Sun May 20, 2007 11:30 pm

Hi Everyone!

Presented here are my illustrations of some hypothetical enlisted rank insignia for the equally hypothetical USAF Infantry Forces.

Hypothetical, "What-If" Backstory:
In this particular, "What-If" scenario, the USAF established its own Infantry Forces to help already-established USAF Security Forces better protect its airbases (all over the world), as well as to protect other military assets and ongoing operations.

The USAF established its own infantry forces in response to the land forces of the other military branches, who were deeply committed and spread very thin in many of the world's trouble spots.

USAF infantry units are divided into Infantry Squadrons (with larger units at the Wing and Group-level.).
There's at least one Infantry Squadron stationed at each United States Air Force Base.

Personnel from the Infantry Squadrons can augment for the Security Forces Squadrons, in response to any personnel shortages that the Security Forces Squadrons may experience from time to time.

The enlisted insignia of rank are placed upon rectangular patches, (which are of the same color and material as the uniform upon which it is worn.) This rank insignia is actually an integral part of the rectangular patch.

Rank insignia for all enlisted personnel (and all civilians of an equivalent enlisted rank working for the USAF) are worn exclusively on both arms (at mid-sleeve between shoulder and elbow).

Officers, Warrant Officers, Cadets (and civilians of equivalent rank working for the USAF) wear their insignia of rank on the shoulder, lapel or lower cuff (for long-sleeves), depending upon the type of uniform being worn.
Insignia of rank for officers, warrant officers, etc., will be presented in future postings to this Forum.

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