Some articles on competition badges, competitions, badges, badge:
... armed forces are authorized to wear marksmanship competition badges, in accordance with each service's regulations, which are awarded by the CMP at sponsored competitions ... The following is a list of currently authorized CMP awarded badges U.S ... Distinguished International Shooter Badge Distinguished Rifleman Badge Army, Air Force, and U.S ...
... In addition to the marksmanship badges described above, the Marine Corps has numerous other marksmanship competition badges that are authorized for wear on ... These badges are awarded alongside trophies that are presented to the top performing Marines at Marine Corps marksmanship competitions ... The following marksmanship competition badges are authorized for wear on Marine Corps uniforms and are listed in order of precedence Distinguished ...
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