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HYPOTHETICAL RANKS 1984: Rank Inisignias of Oceania (3)
Well, when in doubt, steal from the SS! E1-3, one to three chevrons. E4-6, one different colored and/or larger chevron, and one or two normal ones. E7-9, two different chevrons, with one or two normal ones. Junior officers have three, senior officers four, flag officers five. If US style warrant officers are included, either give the commissioned officers an additional different chevron. Or, to change it up a little, E1 gets a large chevron, E2 gets a small and large, E3 gets a large and two swalls. E4 gets two large, etc. Point up or down could be used for a specific function, say up for party true believers (the Himmlers, Eichmanns, etc.,) down for everyone else. Upper arms, above the elbow, below the elbow, at the cuff, in the lapels, on the collars, on the shoulder straps, etc. meaning different branches. Air PF below the elbow, Land PF on the upper arm, Peace Guard (SS) on the collar, etc....
SFMRAS > 18-January-2018 19:42:18

HYPOTHETICAL RANKS World government ranks and insignia (7)
Excellent!...
Miklós Lovász > 16-January-2018 16:31:16

EUROPE - FIRE & RESCUE BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Denmark: DEMA new rank insignia (0)
Danish Emergency Management Agency will be getting new rank insignia; the middle management level will also return to the NCO ranks they once used when the Agency was called the Civil Defence Agency (Before 1993). From 2000 DEMA and the Danish fire services have used the same uniform system, and, until this year, the same rank insignia system. See: scroll down to page 23: * The new insignia * The Fire Services insignia * The Danish Police Service insignia The officer ranks will have rank insignia like the police, while the NCO's will have the same Chevrons as the army....
Luke2 > 16-January-2018 0:06:16

EUROPE - MILITARY BRANCH & RANK INSIGNIA Royal Navy Insignia, WW1 (5)
Great work Justin -- looking good!! ...
Medic_in_Uniform > 8-January-2018 0:56:08