Definition of Insignia of rank
1. Noun. An insignia worn on a military uniform.
Category relationships: Armed Forces, Armed Services, Military, Military Machine, War Machine
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Literary usage of Insignia of rank
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Spanish Archives of New Mexico: Comp. and Chronologically Arranged with by Ralph Emerson Twitchell (1914)
"... 1799, sending royal order ordering commissioned officers (jefes y demas oficiales de plano mayor) to wear full insignia of rank on public occasions. ..."
2. Four Years with the Army of the Potomac by Régis de Trobriand (1888)
"... dollars — Tents — Organization of regiments of infantry — Composition of the Fifty-fifth — The insignia of rank, and the uniforms in the American army. ..."
3. Elements of Art Criticism: Comprising a Treatise on the Principles of Man's by George Whitefield Samson (1876)
"The legitimate spirit of popular government, leading to the laying aside of the insignia of rank, is seen in every age; alike among the Judges of Israel, ..."
4. Arms and the Boy: Military Training in Schools and Colleges, Its Value in by Leigh Robinson Gignilliat (1916)
"Chevrons and Insignia of Rank.—insignia of rank for cadet officers and non-commissioned officers should be of the cadet pattern used at West Point. ..."
5. The A.E.F.: Who They Were, what They Did, how They Did it by Willis Rowland Skillman (1920)
"OFFICERS' insignia of rank FOUR SILVER STARS General: The highest rank of the Army, now1 held by two officers. 1. Peyton C. March, Chief of Staff of the ..."