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1889 Rank Insignia

Royal Army
Private Artilleryman Engineer (Lance Corporal) Bombardier Second Corporal

Corporal Corporal Corporal

Serjeant Serjeant Serjeant

Colour Serjeant (Company Serj't Staff Serjeant Major) Colour Serjeant (Company Serj't Staff Serjeant Major) Color Serjeant (Company Serj't Staff Serjeant Major) Corporal Of Horse

Regimental Serjeant Major Regimental Serjeant Major Regimental Serjeant Major Staff Corporal

Trooper

Lance Corporal Lance Corporal of Horse

Corporal Major

I have seen the point down 4-stripe Company Sgt Maj in photos from the 1870's. Lance Corporal is always an appointment, not a substantiative rank. Brigadier General is only by appointment or for retirees. Older retiree brigadiers may wear a different insignia. The official insignia for RSM is a large crown on the lower sleeve.

Cadet Subaltern

Ensign Cornet

o v

Lieutenant

p w

Captain

q x

Major

r y

Lieutenant Colonel

s z

Colonel

(Brigadier General)

Major General

Lieutenant General

General

Field Marshal

US Army
Enlisted insignia in branch color. Officers gold or silver on branch color, with matching edging. Squadron level NCO's are positional insignia. Private (Lance Corporal)

B J $ F

Corporal

C J ^ I

Sergeant

D L

Company Quartermaster Sergeant Regimental Sergeant Major

E M

First Sgt

Post Quartermaster Sergeant Color Sergeant

(Squadron Quartermaster Sgt) Ordinance Sergeant

(Squadron Sergeant Major) Commissary Sergeant Chief Musician

Regimental Quartermaster Sgt Regimental Commissary Sgt. Commissary Sergeant

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Saddler Acting Hospital Steward

Saddler Sergeant

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Principal Musicial

Chief Trumpeter

Hospital Steward

AG W

Second Lieutenant

First Lieutenant

Captain

Major

Lieutenant Colonel

Colonel

Brigadier General

Major General

Lieutenant General

US Marine Corps
All ranks in USMC on Red felt flashing. Officer ranks in silver (except major) above gold braids, and worked on a close-trimmed red felt. Private (Lance Corporal)

Corporal

Sergeant

First Sergeant

Drum Major

Quartermaster Sergeant Major Sergeant

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Second Lieutenant !!

First Lieutenant

Captain

Major

Lieutenant Colonel

Colonel

Brigadier General

US Army Regiments (Civil War Pattern)


Infantry Co A B C D E F G H I K L M CO: Colonel

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Note: 1880's Regulars might be up to 16 companies A company is 2 platoons of 2 sections of 2 squads each. Sergeants lead sections, corporals lead squads. Cavalry Bn I II III Co A B C D E F G H I K L M CO: Colonel 2xPrMus. Company Capt., 1Lt, 2Lt, 1Sgt, 4x Sgt, 8xCpl, 2xMus, 1 Wagoner, 64-88 Pvt

Regiment

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Regiment Col, LtCol, Maj, Adjutant (1LT), Quartermaster (Lt), Surgeon (Maj), 2x Assistant Surgeon (Capt/1Lt), Chaplain. SgtMaj, QMSgt, ComSgt, HospSteward, 2xPrMus. Battalion Major or Lt.Col; Battalion Sgt Maj, BQMS Company Capt., 1Lt, 2Lt, 1Sgt, 4x Sgt, 8xCpl, 2xMus, 1 Wagoner, 64-88 Pvt

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