United States Army Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge
Criteria: Personnel may wear no more than two identification badges on one pocket or side of the coat of the uniform. When two identification badges are worn on the same side or pocket, the precedence of the badges is from the wearer's right (highest) to left (lowest). When more than two badges are awarded that are worn on the same side, the individual may determine which two badges are worn on the uniform. Identification badges are worn as follows.
How to Wear: On service and dress uniforms, and the AG 415 shirt, ID badges are worn centered on the pocket of the coat or shirt. The badge is centered between the bottom of the pocket flap and the bottom of the pocket, and centered from left to right. When two badges are worn on the same side, they are spaced equally from left to right on the pocket.Personnel may wear miniature badges on the AG 415 shirt.
Subdued badges are worn on the temperate, hot weather, maternity, aviation, desert BDU shirts, and on the field jacket, with the badge centered on the appropriate breast pocket between the bottom of the pocket flap and the bottom of the pocket, or in a similar location on uniforms without pockets. When two badges are worn on the same side, they are spaced equally from left to right on the pocket.
On the mess and evening mess uniforms, ID badges are worn centered between the upper two buttons of the jacket, with one inch between badges when two are worn on the same side. Personnel are authorized to wear full-size identification badges on the mess and evening mess uniforms when the badges are not available in miniature size.
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