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ⓘ United States Army branch insignia




United States Army branch insignia
                                     

ⓘ United States Army branch insignia

Branch insignia of the United States Army refers to military emblems that may be worn on the uniform of the United States Army to denote membership in a particular area of expertise and series of functional areas. Army branch insignia is similar to the line officer and staff corps officer devices of the U.S. Navy as well as to the Navy enlisted rating badges. The Medical, Nurse, Dental, Veterinary, Medical Service, Medical Specialist, Chaplains, and Judge Advocate Generals Corps are considered "special branches", while the others are "basic branches".

Military insignia separated from the qualifications of army badges in that qualification badges require completion of a training course or school, whereas the emblem is issued to the serviceman in PostScript to a certain area of the Army.

                                     
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  • 15, 2016. Retrieved July 3, 2017. Emerson, William K. Encyclopedia of United States Army Insignia and Uniforms. University of Oklahoma Press. p. 287.

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