Torg003 wrote:It basically comes down to how to see the air force being formed. Did it start out as an army air/flying corps (as in the US) or as a merger of air elements of army and navy (as in UK and Commonwealth). It might be interesting to not have an air force as a separate service, but have the army and navy keep their air elements separate and show the special insignia that might have developed for each one. For example, I could see a CSN Air Service (or Air Arm) having an eagle instead of anchors in the enlisted insignia and using the rank title aircraftsman (or airman) instead of seaman. Higher ranks could use terms like, Technician and Master Technician.
MovingtargeT wrote:Regarding this idea, the CSA already has a tradition of using regular 5-pointed stars, I don't think that they would suddenly change to a stylized version. For company or field grade pips designs, many countries use flowers or leaves in their insignia. The magnolia would be a good choice because it is synonymous with the old South.
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