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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines (Hypothetical)

Unread postby JMRamos » Mon Jun 29, 2015 1:52 am

About the PMC: since recently only Master Sergeants and above use the chevrons but with curved rockers just like those used by the USMC.
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Yeah, I've seen some PHL Marines NCOs wearing the same curved rockers as that of their US counterparts. Since when did they started wearing them and why?

Anyway, for my hypothetical rank isnignia, I opted to keep the straight rockers to keep the "uniformed" look of the different branches.

PS. Anybody here have solid info regarding the PCG's rank insignia? The photos in the net are contradictory with each other. The only solid info I have is for the PCG Auxiliary.
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Unread postby JMRamos » Wed Jul 01, 2015 2:54 am

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This photo from the Philippine Navy FB page from last year's anniversary celebrations of Naval Base Cavite shows a Senior Master Sergeant of the PMC sporting the curved rockers.

Since the yearly US-Philippine joint training exercises began in 2002, there has been an effort by the USMC to help prepare the Philippine Marines for the changing face of battle. As a result of years of joint training drills and participation in military exercises, since 2010-11 there have been senior enlisted personnel that have started wearing the curve rockers, possibly because of recommendations by the Commandant, PMC, to the AFP leadership. Other ranks below do not sport the curve rockers.
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Unread postby virose09 » Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:29 pm

Thanks for the info. I wonder why the Philippine Army has not adopted the curved rockers or the Philippine Navy mirroring the US Navy's enlisted rates? smilies-15

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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines (Hypothetical)

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About the PMC: since recently only Master Sergeants and above use the chevrons but with curved rockers just like those used by the USMC.
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Unread postby virose09 » Tue Jun 30, 2015 10:54 am

Yeah, I've seen some PHL Marines NCOs wearing the same curved rockers as that of their US counterparts. Since when did they started wearing them and why?

Anyway, for my hypothetical rank isnignia, I opted to keep the straight rockers to keep the "uniformed" look of the different branches.

PS. Anybody here have solid info regarding the PCG's rank insignia? The photos in the net are contradictory with each other. The only solid info I have is for the PCG Auxiliary.
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This photo from the Philippine Navy FB page from last year's anniversary celebrations of Naval Base Cavite shows a Senior Master Sergeant of the PMC sporting the curved rockers.

Since the yearly US-Philippine joint training exercises began in 2002, there has been an effort by the USMC to help prepare the Philippine Marines for the changing face of battle. As a result of years of joint training drills and participation in military exercises, since 2010-11 there have been senior enlisted personnel that have started wearing the curve rockers, possibly because of recommendations by the Commandant, PMC, to the AFP leadership. Other ranks below do not sport the curve rockers.
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Unread postby virose09 » Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:29 pm

Thanks for the info. I wonder why the Philippine Army has not adopted the curved rockers or the Philippine Navy mirroring the US Navy's enlisted rates? smilies-15

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Re: Armed Forces of the Philippines (Hypothetical)

Unread postby JMRamos » Mon Jun 29, 2015 1:52 am

About the PMC: since recently only Master Sergeants and above use the chevrons but with curved rockers just like those used by the USMC.
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Unread postby virose09 » Tue Jun 30, 2015 10:54 am

Yeah, I've seen some PHL Marines NCOs wearing the same curved rockers as that of their US counterparts. Since when did they started wearing them and why?

Anyway, for my hypothetical rank isnignia, I opted to keep the straight rockers to keep the "uniformed" look of the different branches.

PS. Anybody here have solid info regarding the PCG's rank insignia? The photos in the net are contradictory with each other. The only solid info I have is for the PCG Auxiliary.
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Unread postby JMRamos » Wed Jul 01, 2015 2:54 am

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This photo from the Philippine Navy FB page from last year's anniversary celebrations of Naval Base Cavite shows a Senior Master Sergeant of the PMC sporting the curved rockers.

Since the yearly US-Philippine joint training exercises began in 2002, there has been an effort by the USMC to help prepare the Philippine Marines for the changing face of battle. As a result of years of joint training drills and participation in military exercises, since 2010-11 there have been senior enlisted personnel that have started wearing the curve rockers, possibly because of recommendations by the Commandant, PMC, to the AFP leadership. Other ranks below do not sport the curve rockers.
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Unread postby virose09 » Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:29 pm

Thanks for the info. I wonder why the Philippine Army has not adopted the curved rockers or the Philippine Navy mirroring the US Navy's enlisted rates? smilies-15

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Unread postby JMRamos » Mon Jun 29, 2015 1:52 am

About the PMC: since recently only Master Sergeants and above use the chevrons but with curved rockers just like those used by the USMC.
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Unread postby virose09 » Tue Jun 30, 2015 10:54 am

Yeah, I've seen some PHL Marines NCOs wearing the same curved rockers as that of their US counterparts. Since when did they started wearing them and why?

Anyway, for my hypothetical rank isnignia, I opted to keep the straight rockers to keep the "uniformed" look of the different branches.

PS. Anybody here have solid info regarding the PCG's rank insignia? The photos in the net are contradictory with each other. The only solid info I have is for the PCG Auxiliary.
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This photo from the Philippine Navy FB page from last year's anniversary celebrations of Naval Base Cavite shows a Senior Master Sergeant of the PMC sporting the curved rockers.

Since the yearly US-Philippine joint training exercises began in 2002, there has been an effort by the USMC to help prepare the Philippine Marines for the changing face of battle. As a result of years of joint training drills and participation in military exercises, since 2010-11 there have been senior enlisted personnel that have started wearing the curve rockers, possibly because of recommendations by the Commandant, PMC, to the AFP leadership. Other ranks below do not sport the curve rockers.
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Unread postby virose09 » Fri Jul 03, 2015 1:29 pm

Thanks for the info. I wonder why the Philippine Army has not adopted the curved rockers or the Philippine Navy mirroring the US Navy's enlisted rates? smilies-15

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USAF CIVIL ENGINEERS (STEELWORKERS) Insignia

Unread postby Chuck Anderson » Wed Apr 03, 2013 10:09 pm

Hi Everyone!

Presented here are my colour illustrations of the insignia of rank (and specialty insignia) for the officers, warrant officers and enlisted personnel in the Steelworkers specialty, of the USAF Civil Engineers Major Construction Directorate.

The specialty insignia is the same as that for U.S. Navy steelworkers.

The USAF Civil Engineers Major Construction Directorate is the USAF's direct equivalent of the U.S. Navy's "Sea-bees" (Construction Battalions).

USAF Steelworkers have the same range of duties as their U.S. Navy
steelworker counterparts.

Officers in this specialty are all Civil Engineers, involved directly in the overall management of steelworking projects.
Warrant Officers and Enlisted personnel are actual steelworkers, (though the higher of these ranks are more involved in the actual construction management of projects.)

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Re: USAF CIVIL ENGINEERS (STEELWORKERS) Insignia

Unread postby DarthGaddafi » Wed Apr 03, 2013 11:42 pm

Good stuff. You continue provide interesting US military ideas. which graphics program do you use?
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Re: USAF CIVIL ENGINEERS (STEELWORKERS) Insignia

Unread postby Chuck Anderson » Thu Apr 04, 2013 12:27 am

DarthGaddafi wrote:Good stuff. You continue provide interesting US military ideas. which graphics program due you use?


Hi Darth!
Thank you!

I use only Microsoft Paint, and a LOT of trial-and-error.

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