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Hey Bravescott are you up for making Portuguese ranks? I can provide the infantry ranks if you need them.
Yea the spoliers appear to be messing up in many threads.
Quote from: Jack on August 06, 2017, 05:47:51 pmYea the spoliers appear to be messing up in many threads.Yes, it does. R.I.P my thread.
Quote from: Garrel on August 08, 2017, 11:58:16 pmQuote from: Jack on August 06, 2017, 05:47:51 pmYea the spoliers appear to be messing up in many threads.Yes, it does. R.I.P my thread.Indeed Doesn't look as nice without all the individual spoliers.
the Icons Looks great good Job
JapanDuring World War II the ranks were worn on the collar for the Army. For the Navy the enlisted men and NCOs had it on their sleaves and the officers had them on their collars and shoulders. Different colours were worn around the rank for officers to denote what part of the Navy they are a part of and around the cap badge for the navy.During 1942 the Japanese Imperial Navy changed the name of its Enlisted ranks. B stand for Before 1942 and A stands for After 1942大日本帝國陸軍 - Dai-Nippon Teikoku Rikugun[close]大日本帝國海軍 - Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun[close]After World War 2 Japan was forbidden from having a proper standing army. Today what people call the "Japanese Army" is really the Japanese Self-Defense Force.Japanese Ground Self-Defense Force[close]Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force[close]Japanese Air Self-Defense Force[close]SpainThe Army and Air Force variations are the epaulette variations whilst the Navy one is the shoulder worn variations. The rank of Capitán General is held by His Majesty the King of Spain as his constitutional role. Ejército de Tierra[close]Armada Española[close]Ejército del Aire[close]RussiaThe annoying thing about the Russia is that they kept changing their ranks. These early ones are worn on the collar.1918-35 Red Army[close]1935-1940 Red Army[close]Russian Army 2010 - Onward[close]United KingdomLance Corporal and Corporal become Lance Bombardier and Bombardier for the Royal Artillery. In 1881 the rank of Ensign was removed as a general purpose officer rank. From then until 1902 the most junior ranked officer was a LieutenantArmy[close]Royal Navy[close]Royal Air Force[close]United States of AmericaThe US Army, Marine and Air Force all use the same officer ranks and the US Navy can use the same icons for their officers but do not address them by the same name.Officers[close]Army[close]Confederate Officer[close]Infantry[close]Artillery[close]Cavalry[close]World War One[close]World War Two[close]Emblems[close]United States Marine Corps[close]United States Air Force[close]United States Navy[close]FinlandThe ranks are worn on the collar.Suomen maavoimat[close]DenmarkHæren[close]SwedenI'm sorry that it's not clear but the NCO's stars have a dashed circle going around them.Armén[close]NorwayHæren[close]The Republic of Irelandan tArm[close]North Korea 조선인민군 육군 - Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk (Korean People's Army Ground Force)[close]Ottoman EmpireOsmanlı Imparatorluğu/'nun Ordusudur[close]
those are so old -_- from NW community can we have something new ?