Anvil Game Studios

Holdfast: Nations At War => Community => Topic started by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 06:33:38 pm

Title: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 06:33:38 pm
Historical Icons for teamspeak!

THIS THREAD WILL KEEP BEING UPDATED

So after looking around I noticed nobody really had any decent 16x16 historical icons so I've gone and made some. Feel free to help yourself to them

I will be taking requests for other nation's and some regiment icons but can not promise I can deliver ie. Russia and Austria I can't find any real historical reference for their ranks. To apply simple put in these details
Code: [Select]
Nation:
Requested Icon(s):
Reference material: *required (can be images or links, use spoilers!)

Please do say if your regiment begins to use these! It took a lot of time making these and I'd love to know who chooses to use them.

The United Kingdom

The British Lieutenant and Ensign shared the same shoulder epaulettes and the Captain is denoted by his tassels being thicker then the Lieutenant and Ensign's ones. The Company officer ones are not for all regiments, many had different versions due to different facings or other reasons. Some regiments has silver officer epaulettes.

Many Regiment used silver epaulettes instead of gold. Why they did I have no idea.

There was also a Colour Sergeant for Rifles.

Contrary to the belief of most people on here Staff Corporal and such where ranks only used by the horse gurads. Sergeant and such was used by most Cavalry regiments
Ranks
[close]

There is no real denotation of Company that can be used for all regiment, due to them all having different facings, aside from the plum for most regiments but here are some other variants. The highland one are the small bit holding the plum in place and for many it is also the cross belt.

Not all regiments used the silver officer cross belt buckle.
Company
[close]

France

Now the Chef de Bataillon and Colonel share the same icon in this because a half epaulette would look out of place. The Colonel had two full epaulettes on his shoulders whilst the Chef de Bataillon had one full one on his left shoulder and a half one (Just the body no tassels) on his right.

The Caporal-Fourrier was a pain as well. The extra stripe was worn just bellow the shoulder whilst the chevrons where at the hem of the selves.

Most NCO ranks have either a chevron version or a stripe version. Not all though, like the Hussards.

I've thrown in the service stripes as a bonus. The ranks went Soldat to Caporal there was no in between so I recommend using the service stripes as SoD and SoP is you use them.
Infanterie de Ligne
[close]

Infanterie Légère
[close]

Hussards
[close]

I've left the plates blank as a kind of template so people using them can put their regimental number into them. If you want me to do it for you just drop a note on the thread and I'll get it done.

If you can't tell the difference between the Chef de Bataillon and Colonel an easier way is to use the plums uses the officers to spot them at greater distances if you couldn't see their epaulettes.

Chasseurs à Cheval used the same plums as the Hussards but the 4, 5 and 6ème of the Hussards become the 5, 6 and 7ème of the Chasseurs.

Shakos, Plates and plums
[close]

Prussia

It was clear when looking these up that Prussian soldiers would have had a hard time telling officers apart. If you'd like your icon coloured to the correct Prussian region do ask.

Junior Officer stands for Oberleutnant, Leutnant and Hauptmann
Senior Officer stands for Major, Oberstleutnant and Oberst

Prussian Ranks
[close]
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 06:33:44 pm
Japan

During 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]

Spain

The 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]

Russia

The 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 Kingdom

Lance 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 Lieutenant

Army
[close]

Royal Navy
[close]

Royal Air Force
[close]

United States of America

The 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]

American Civil War
[close]

United States Army
[close]

United States Marine Corps
[close]

United States Air Force
[close]

United States Navy
[close]

Finland

The ranks are worn on the collar.

Suomen maavoimat
[close]

Denmark

Hæren
[close]

Sweden

I'm sorry that it's not clear but the NCO's stars have a dashed circle going around them.

Armén
[close]

Norway

Hæren
[close]

The Republic of Ireland

an tArm
[close]

North Korea

조선인민군 육군 - Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk (Korean People's Army Ground Force)
[close]

Ottoman Empire

Osmanlı Imparatorluğu/'nun Ordusudur
[close]
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 06:33:51 pm
Rez
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 06:34:00 pm
Known Regiments to be using my icons

2nd (Queen's Royal) Regiment of Foot
32nd (Cornwall) Regiment of Foot
3ème Régiment de Grenadiers à Pied de la Garde Impériale "Grenadiers Hollandais"
77th (East Middlesex) Regiment of Foot
50th Queen's Own Regiment of Foot (The Dirty Half Hundred)
21e Régiment d'infanterie de Ligne "Je Passe Quand Même"
2.º Regimiento de Infantería de línea de la Reina
4th "The King's Own" Regiment of Foot
85e Régiment d'Infanterie de Ligne
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Aexos on January 20, 2017, 07:27:30 pm
Hi,

awesome job on these icons, they do look really good !
Just to help a little bit, you wrote "Compaine" for the french word of "Company", but this is actually written "Compagnie". Another thing, for numbers, no big deal, but it is "2ème - 3ème - 4ème" and so on, "1er" and "1ère" are correct though.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Refleax on January 20, 2017, 07:58:56 pm
This looks really great! I've sticked your thread Bravescot.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 20, 2017, 08:28:38 pm
Hi,

awesome job on these icons, they do look really good !
Just to help a little bit, you wrote "Compaine" for the french word of "Company", but this is actually written "Compagnie". Another thing, for numbers, no big deal, but it is "2ème - 3ème - 4ème" and so on, "1er" and "1ère" are correct though.
Fixed that up. Thank you for point that out.

This looks really great! I've sticked your thread Bravescot.
Thank you very much Refleax. I deeply appreciate it.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 03:36:01 am
naval ranks next?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 21, 2017, 04:30:02 am
naval ranks next?
Whilst I have material for the UK I can't find any thing for France!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Midnight on January 21, 2017, 04:42:42 am
This man right here despite our past, has the best quality icons around lowkey
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 21, 2017, 12:07:22 pm
This man right here despite our past, has the best quality icons around lowkey
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 12:10:11 pm
I started using your SS rank icons for my DoW unit :D
looking good
(http://puu.sh/tudhf/a216d41d85.png)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Midnight on January 21, 2017, 12:11:39 pm
what the flying fuck is that teamspeak layout
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 12:12:59 pm
what the flying fuck is that teamspeak layout
a good one?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 21, 2017, 12:16:53 pm
I started using your SS rank icons for my DoW unit :D
looking good
(http://puu.sh/tudhf/a216d41d85.png)
Why is there a PepeLeFrog?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 12:20:16 pm
oh i modded my teamspeak to make it so the feels good man pepe is when your speaking and feels bad man is when your not, so it looks like he's talking
(http://puu.sh/tudJO/46b0ed4f25.png)
(http://puu.sh/tudJ5/b77570af36.png)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 21, 2017, 12:39:38 pm
oh i modded my teamspeak to make it so the feels good man pepe is when your speaking and feels bad man is when your not, so it looks like he's talking
(http://puu.sh/tudJO/46b0ed4f25.png)
(http://puu.sh/tudJ5/b77570af36.png)
That..... is amazing..
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Midnight on January 21, 2017, 12:46:59 pm
My point exactly
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 01:20:36 pm
here ill upload it for you guys if you want lol

https://www.mediafire.com/?ztovqf3dy7tev7d
put it in Teamspeak>config>gfx
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 21, 2017, 02:02:51 pm
here ill upload it for you guys if you want lol

https://www.mediafire.com/?ztovqf3dy7tev7d
put it in Teamspeak>config>gfx
Gonna use this sometime, Danke!

(http://image.prntscr.com/image/ca0aa3300d674ebd9d59b8fde8aa7966.png)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: DΛRKWΛVΣ on January 21, 2017, 02:05:39 pm
These... Are all free? :o
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 21, 2017, 02:28:06 pm
These... Are all free? :o
These are all free yes.

Rutger, Blaze and Midnight please stop spamming the thread. Those SS icons are on my FSE thread so I'd have appreciated if you'd told me on there. Glad you like them though.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: DΛRKWΛVΣ on January 21, 2017, 03:00:59 pm
I am going to use your French ones if you don't mind.

I will put credits for you on my regimental thread.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Gojkov on January 21, 2017, 03:21:56 pm
Would you consider making Russian TS insignias? :P
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Jakester on January 21, 2017, 03:28:36 pm
Great to see these have transferred from FSE!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Midnight on January 21, 2017, 04:14:37 pm
Didn't mean to spam the thread, sorry  :-\
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 21, 2017, 05:55:30 pm
Would you consider making Russian TS insignias? :P
I have modern russian and soviet Russian on my FSE thread but can't find any good Napoleonic ones to use.

Great to see these have transferred from FSE!
Did you expect anything else ;)

Didn't mean to spam the thread, sorry  :-\
No worries Midnight.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 21, 2017, 06:56:07 pm
I apologise.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 21, 2017, 10:26:25 pm
These... Are all free? :o
These are all free yes.

Rutger, Blaze and Midnight please stop spamming the thread. Those SS icons are on my FSE thread so I'd have appreciated if you'd told me on there. Glad you like them though.
FSE was down u lovely person
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 22, 2017, 03:19:57 am
These... Are all free? :o
These are all free yes.

Rutger, Blaze and Midnight please stop spamming the thread. Those SS icons are on my FSE thread so I'd have appreciated if you'd told me on there. Glad you like them though.
FSE was down u cunt
No need for the language.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 22, 2017, 03:41:53 am
These... Are all free? :o
These are all free yes.

Rutger, Blaze and Midnight please stop spamming the thread. Those SS icons are on my FSE thread so I'd have appreciated if you'd told me on there. Glad you like them though.
FSE was down u cunt
No need for the language.
Engelsk?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 22, 2017, 04:15:17 am
Yeah Rutger, if you're going to be like that just don't post anything more on this thread.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on January 22, 2017, 04:38:42 am
+1
Brave was being civil about it.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Rutger Müller on January 22, 2017, 06:10:05 am
Yeah Rutger, if you're going to be like that just don't post anything more on this thread.
it was just a joke mayne
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Gojkov on January 22, 2017, 09:59:52 am
Would you consider making Russian TS insignias? :P
I have modern russian and soviet Russian on my FSE thread but can't find any good Napoleonic ones to use.

Not sure if this would help, I guess the pic is too small:

(https://s-media-cache-ak0.pinimg.com/236x/b3/4e/de/b34ede945ed116c51d0436e03671c478.jpg)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Kuni on January 22, 2017, 01:21:44 pm
I'll credit you and may use it for my thread thx
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Cara on January 22, 2017, 06:50:00 pm
Great to see you will continue your beautiful work here ! We still use the chasseurs icons you made for us  :)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Feldmarschall_Ben on January 22, 2017, 10:58:27 pm
Lovely work!
Im sure many newcomers will be using those nicely made icons.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: SirJames on January 23, 2017, 05:38:47 am
Thanks
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bluehawk on January 23, 2017, 05:50:28 pm
Russian Army officer ranks were indicated on the gorget, during the Napoleonic Wars, by a combination of gold or silver (or yellow and white metal) on the 1) edge, 2) field, and 3) emblem.
Ensigns: all silver
Sub-Lieutenants: gold edge, silver field and eagle
Lieutenants: silver edge and field with a gold eagle
Staff-Captains: Gold edge, silver field, gold eagle
Captains: Gold edge and field, silver eagle
Majors, Lieutenant-Colonels and Colonels: all gold (no distinction is made between these three ranks).

"Ober-officers" (ensign to captain) wore epaulettes without fringe, and "Staff-officers" (major to colonel) had fringes.

Example of a lieutenant's gorget (Leib-Guards Izmaylovskiy Regiment)
[close]

Non-commissioned officers are indicated by strips of galloon tape on their collars and sleeve cuffs and a quartered pompon on the shako, but are not graduated further among themselves in dress. Before August 1809, most infantry NCOs carried halberds and a minority carried rifled muskets (regular infantry muskets with shallow rifling bored into their barrels), then only the sergeant major (Feldwebel) in each company retained their halberds. In October 1811, all halberds were abolished. Officer-cadets from the nobility serving in the ranks (sub-ensigns and portupee-ensigns) had NCO rank and wore the same galloon as the commoner-NCOs, but the latter was permitted to carry an officer's sword and swordknot. The established personnel accounted for one of each type of cadet per company (8 per battalion), but only two per battalion carried colours. In the cavalry, standard-bearers were further distinguished by a strip of galloon down the center of their shoulder straps. Battalion drummers, the regimental drummer, and all the musicians of the regimental band were distinguished from the company drummers and fifers by galloon on the collar and cuffs like NCOs, as well as an extra chevron on their sleeves.

Example of an NCO's coat (Izmaylovskiy again)
[close]
Company office, NCO and private from the 1811 infantry manual (at shoulder arms)
[close]

Major Generals, Lieutenant Generals and full Generals ("General from the Infantry" etc.) were not distinguished from one another in dress, nor were General-Field-Marshals. They collectively stood out against field officers by having a metallic leaf pattern on the collar, cuffs and pocket flaps, thick spiraling fringe on their epaulettes and additional plumage on their hats (this becomes moot when regimental officers switch to wearing shakos around 1810).



This system would be difficult to turn into simple and clear icons for Teamspeak.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravo on January 24, 2017, 05:03:30 am
Love your work!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: 92nd_John on January 24, 2017, 06:11:29 pm
you think you can make General and staff ranks for the UK
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 25, 2017, 02:52:24 am
you think you can make General and staff ranks for the UK
For you who is trying to claim the whole U.K. Army. No
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: 92nd_John on January 25, 2017, 03:57:20 pm
you think you can make General and staff ranks for the UK
For you who is trying to claim the whole U.K. Army. No
i do not see what the matter is but ok love the icons you have made keep up the good work
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Gojkov on January 26, 2017, 11:53:52 am
Hello Bravescot,

Nation: Russia;
Requested Icon(s): Russian rank insignias for TeamSpeak. Will be used by Pavlovski Grenadier Regiment;
Reference material:
Enlisted:
Kadet:
Spoiler
[close]
Ryadovoy:
Spoiler
[close]
Grenader:
Spoiler
[close]
Gefreiter:
Spoiler
[close]

NCOs:
Kapral
Spoiler
[close]
Serjant:
Spoiler
[close]
Starshi Serjant:
Spoiler
[close]

Officers:
Podporuchik:
Spoiler
[close]
Poruchik:
Spoiler
[close]
Kapitan:
Spoiler
[close]

Commanding Staff:
Mayor:
Spoiler
[close]
Podpolkovnik:
Spoiler
[close]
Polkovnik:
Spoiler
[close]

*Note: These rank insignias are not from NW period but from a later date. I have also rearranged them so that they would fit the rank structure of Russian regs within our community.

Thank you very much in advance :)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: immath1 on January 27, 2017, 03:09:01 am
Could you make British Navy Icons ?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 27, 2017, 06:15:02 am
Could you make British Navy Icons ?
http://www.fsegames.eu/forum/index.php?topic=25429.msg1103988#msg1103988 4th nation
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Truth on January 27, 2017, 06:55:05 am
Icons looks great Bravescot!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on January 31, 2017, 02:18:27 am
Has anyone got anything on French naval ranks? I honestly can't find squat.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: 92nd_John on February 02, 2017, 07:08:08 pm
Has anyone got anything on French naval ranks? I honestly can't find squat.
i don't know when if the's are Correct but here

https://www.google.com/search?q=french+naval+ranks&safe=active&espv=2&biw=1745&bih=885&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjQ-eWNgPLRAhWEMyYKHXJzDjYQ_AUIBigB#safe=active&tbm=isch&q=french+naval+ranks+of+the+napoleonic+wars&imgrc=W904tRuJmFbhtM:
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Tardet on February 05, 2017, 03:15:00 am
Has anyone got anything on French naval ranks? I honestly can't find squat.

The 5e Compagnie des Marins de la Garde lead by Sinjide & Aexos will be most likely using atleast one of the icon, with your permission obviously. We don't have an official teamspeak yet but once we do, we'd be happy to use any of the Naval Ranks Icons you can provide us. If you need help with that, drop me a message but I'm not sure to be capable finding anything if you didn't.

That's an impressive work nontheless, thanks a lot for sharing that officially.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on February 05, 2017, 03:10:00 pm
What I need is a list of accurate French naval rank names. I can not find any for the life of me. Doesn't help that I don't have any books to help me either.

These icons are fully public to use. All I'd like to know is which units have opted to use them. If nobody tells me it can feel like my efforts were wasted.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bluehawk on February 05, 2017, 08:08:27 pm
A good place to start might be the Imperial Decree from the 2 March, 1808, that defined a Naval Battalion, basically the size of a crew for a 74-gun ship of the line.
http://www.napoleonica.org/gerando/GER01607.html

You can pull out of it the following grades/ranks:
Spoiler
[close]

The battalion is broken down into four companies, which use their own internal ranking which mimic the army infantry but draw their officers and NCOs from the naval crew:
Spoiler
[close]
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on February 06, 2017, 02:57:21 pm
Thank you bluehawk. That's really helpful! Only issue is it's now thrown a spanner in what I thought I had in relation to icons as there are a shit load more than I anticipated.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: [DI] Valk on March 23, 2017, 10:16:23 pm
naval ranks next?
Whilst I have material for the UK I can't find any thing for France!

Please do british naval ranks ^^ (not modern but napoleonic please)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: iWeester62 on April 17, 2017, 05:59:38 pm
Belle icône beau travail  8) ;D
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: 54th Lukoil on June 09, 2017, 07:47:39 pm
Great job,you can see a Russian ranks?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Fab on July 20, 2017, 03:18:29 pm
Great !
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: CyanKeso on July 20, 2017, 09:17:40 pm
I see you are using this site (http://centjours.mont-saint-jean.com/unitesFR.php) hmmm?  ;)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: DΛRKWΛVΣ on July 31, 2017, 10:51:30 am
Hey Bravescott are you up for making Portuguese ranks? I can provide the infantry ranks if you need them.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Drylocket on August 02, 2017, 03:24:15 am
Some of them are nice
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on August 06, 2017, 01:18:25 pm
I see you are using this site (http://centjours.mont-saint-jean.com/unitesFR.php) hmmm?  ;)
I see you are as well.
Hey Bravescott are you up for making Portuguese ranks? I can provide the infantry ranks if you need them.
Sure

I also need some help with some spoilers. I'm trying to port the rest of my icons over but the spoilers keep messing up.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Jack on August 06, 2017, 05:47:51 pm
Yea the spoliers appear to be messing up in many threads.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Phillyz on August 08, 2017, 11:58:16 pm
Yea the spoliers appear to be messing up in many threads.
Yes, it does. R.I.P my thread.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Jack on August 12, 2017, 03:34:46 pm
Yea 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.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Tyler on August 23, 2017, 08:07:50 pm
Thank you, definitely changing some things with my Regiment.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on August 31, 2017, 11:39:27 pm
Yea 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.
I got a metric but load more icons (modern icons) I could add but the spoilers are killing them when I try previewing. I might just post and call for aide from the most gracious of mods!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blackwood on September 13, 2017, 06:45:13 pm
the Icons Looks great good Job :)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on September 14, 2017, 06:27:07 pm
the Icons Looks great good Job :)
Thanks.....but I think I broke the thread......
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Blaze on September 14, 2017, 11:49:15 pm
Japan

During 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]

Spain

The 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]

Russia

The 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 Kingdom

Lance 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 Lieutenant

Army
[close]

Royal Navy
[close]

Royal Air Force
[close]

United States of America

The 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]

Finland

The ranks are worn on the collar.

Suomen maavoimat
[close]

Denmark

Hæren
[close]

Sweden

I'm sorry that it's not clear but the NCO's stars have a dashed circle going around them.

Armén
[close]

Norway

Hæren
[close]

The Republic of Ireland

an tArm
[close]

North Korea

조선인민군 육군 - Chosŏn Minjujuŭi Inmin Konghwaguk (Korean People's Army Ground Force)
[close]

Ottoman Empire

Osmanlı Imparatorluğu/'nun Ordusudur
[close]
This new bb-code should fix it, I don't think the forum supports spoilers inside of spoilers so it just bursted everything out.
(Edit) Bluehawk Fixed it + mine where slightly incorrect.
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on September 15, 2017, 01:01:48 am
Thank you Bluehawk for fixing it. Pity we can't multi spoiler
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: 39th I Donny on September 16, 2017, 09:22:54 am
Thank You, for that Awesome company epaulets!  ;D
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Log1c on September 16, 2017, 05:16:26 pm
those are so old -_- from NW community can we have something new ?
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: ВладимирРФ on September 18, 2017, 09:29:07 pm
Gj bro!!! 8)
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: Bravescot on September 20, 2017, 09:28:03 pm
those are so old -_- from NW community can we have something new ?
Suck a diiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick and make them yourself.
Gj bro!!! 8)
Thank you!
Title: Re: Historical Teamspeak Icons
Post by: FreshKiller23 on September 25, 2017, 06:32:31 pm
Any idea of the Old Guard ranks? As in the French Grenadiers during the Napoleon warfare, - Old Guard - Young Guard etc. Been told they did use same army ranks as the Infanterie de ligne but i'm not 100% sure.