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I think this is a good idea. In my travels around this watery rock, (2 1/2 times), the one thing I have always noticed is that no matter who's military you're in the complaints are pretty much the same. You may not speak the same language, but the shared experience and enough beers can overcome any language barrier. You do find a way to communicate. I like that there is large contingent from the world's militaries here. That being said, also one with nothing to hide, does this count? pilotfly.gif.pagespeed.ce.SDXsiZ7eF_.gif   From back in the day, 1981.

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CombatACE is proud to roll out some new badges. In the past we've always honored our veterans with a status and recently a badge to go with it. Now if you're enlisted service, US, Royal, French, etc., and there's a way we can confirm it, we'll give you a corresponding badge to go with it, perks included. We want everyone to know that we're proud of all those great many that serve their country. PM me if you'd like a spiffy new badge. Here are some samples and I have them for just about all major armed forces. Of course, if you were part of the TooTTooT Tribe Air Force I probably won't have one of those. Those with current Military Veterans badges can exchange them for your service badge with a yellow ribbon like the last image.

 

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...WHOA, totally missed this thread :shok:

 

...you got any Navy ones?

 

 

 

 

 

SidDogg

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...WHOA, totally missed this thread :shok:

 

...you got any Navy ones?

 

 

 

 

 

SidDogg

 

Yes.

 

 

To everyone else who PM'd me or sent me an email I think there are about six or seven of you, I haven't forgotten you. I've been busy with the downloads and I will get to you just as soon as possible.

 

Thank you.

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Thanks, Erik. 

 

waiting patiently with full recognition of the priorities!

 

:kudos:

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Thanks, Erik. 

 

waiting patiently with full recognition of the priorities!

 

:kudos:

 

Did I have a request from you?

 

Let me know.

 

Erik

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I think I got all the requests that were made while I was busy with rebuilding the library of files. If I missed you please PM and let me know, otherwise things should be all set for everyone.

 

Thanks.

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No prob of course! Now get to it!!! :angry:

 

No, just kidding!  Looks so sweet!!!
Enclosed photo: me as a 21 year old, in Bosnia in 1994. part of the UNPROFOR effort.

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Hey Erik, any chance you could do this one for me:

 

 

 

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I'm an old Cold War warrior and it'd be nice to wear this now-long-retired badge again.

 

 

Lou

 

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Yeah there's more of you guys than there is of me I can't remember my own name sometimes, must be someone else. Regardless the link I supplied has the answer you're looking for. PM me with your details and I'll get you fixed up.

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United States Marine Corps

 

MCRD Parris Island, SC        1972

PLT. 2065  D co.

 

Avation Ordnancman School

NAS. Memphis, TN               1972

 

 

VMFA-235                            1973

 

VMFA-333                            1975

 

VMA-331                              1977

 

VMA-231                              1979

 

VMA-542                              1980

 

VMAT-203                            1982

 

VMA-223                               1983

 

VMA-331                              1985

 

Retired 1992 VMA-331 Ordnance Shop  MCAS Cherry Point, NC.  MGySgt

 

 

 

I respectfully request a "Eagle, Globe, Anchor".  Please

 

 

 

Semper Fi,

 

331KillerBee                          

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What about the Swiss?

 

They have an army, but no sizeable Navy and understandabky so.

 

Their country has no sea....They can only float their ships in lakes and rivers from which they cannot escape if attacked.

Even if they managed to sail at full speed seaward in rivers, the nearest seas are too far and they would not make it in time and flee from their pursuing enemies, aircraft or ships, if any....

The Swiss cannot possibly float them up their mountains and their Alps, either, unless they fit skis to the hulls and make wind with ventilators for their sails, but even then the skiing tourists would complain..
Joking, of course....

 

What about Greece? We have the oldest seafaring nation in Greece with 1200 or more islands and the largest merchant fleet in the world.

Any badge for us Greeks? We have had war fleets for 2000 years or more....

 

Nick

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What about the Swiss?

 

They have an army, but no sizeable Navy and understandabky so.

 

Their country has no sea....They can only float their ships in lakes and rivers from which they cannot escape if attacked.

Even if they managed to sail at full speed seaward in rivers, the nearest seas are too far and they would not make it in time and flee from their pursuing enemies, aircraft or ships, if any....

The Swiss cannot possibly float them up their mountains and their Alps, either, unless they fit skis to the hulls and make wind with ventilators for their sails, but even then the skiing tourists would complain..

Joking, of course....

 

What about Greece? We have the oldest seafaring nation in Greece with 1200 or more islands and the largest merchant fleet in the world.

Any badge for us Greeks? We have had war fleets for 2000 years or more....

 

Nick

 

Hellenic_Navy_Seal.png

 

Any badge for us Greeks?paratrooper ......???

 

Hellenic_Army_Seal.png

 

 

 

That's what I would have available.

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