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U.S. Army Combat Infantry Badge First Award
The Combat Infantry Badge (CIB) is awarded to soldiers, who were personally present under enemy fire. Regulation size, silver finish.
U.S. Army Combat Infantry First Award insignia is an original badge manufactured in the U.S.A. in accordance with applicable U.S. Government specifications.
The Combat Infantry Badge (CIB) is awarded to soldiers with the rank of colonel or below with an Infantry or Special Forces specialty, who were personally present under enemy fire while serving in a unit of brigade size or smaller, actively engaged in active ground combat with the enemy during any period after 6 December 1941.
The badge was approved on 7 October 1943, primarily to recognize the sacrifice of infantrymen who were disproportionately killed or wounded during World War II.
The Combat Infantry Badge is a bar in blue, the color associated with the Infantry branch, with a silver border and an elliptical oak wreath. The silver musket is adapted from the infantry insignia and represents the first official shoulder weapon of the U.S. - Springfield Arsenal model 1795 musket, and was adopted as the official infantry branch insignia in 1924. The oak symbolizes steadfastness, strength and loyalty.
- military uniform
- silver oxidized, blue
- Workmanship material
- Red Brass 85/15
- 7,6 x 2,6 cm
RATING is used in the U.S. Navy to designate occupations, Navy specialties, which denote specific skills and abilities of a sailor.
The Parachutist badge for the United States Navy (USN) and Marine Corps (USMC). Regulation size, NWU Type-II Desert camouflage.