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Esaam
11 Aug 2006, 12:23
I created some (mostly fictionnal) military ranks for my forum.
Do whatever you want with them.
Enjoy.

indiancinema
15 Aug 2006, 18:34
how to install them

Stifmeister2
16 Aug 2006, 15:14
Nice rank set dude. ;) But I think they're all fictionnal though, never seen them before... And I've been in the (Finnish) army.

JD210
18 Aug 2006, 00:42
Those aren't ranks, they are ribbons.

Shazz
18 Aug 2006, 00:44
Those aren't ranks, they are ribbons.
What he is reffering to, is there used for User Ranks
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Snake
19 Aug 2006, 11:27
Thank you.

Qwest
23 Aug 2006, 14:35
What he is reffering to, is there used for User RanksThey're still ribbons.

Edward S
03 Sep 2006, 16:50
Yes, they're "ribbons" being used by this person as "ranks" for a website.. Number 5 and 13 look very much like ones I've had on my chest (Ribbons are actually "medals" or "awards")... it doesn't matter what he uses them for.. I applaud the effort.
BTW: Oak Leaf Clusters are actually used to designate additional awards of some medals (and they're pinned on the ribbons)...

USA Retired (20 years Active)

Ohiosweetheart
11 Sep 2006, 07:07
nice job

trackpads
13 Sep 2006, 00:31
Umm, I agree, a few of those are Vietnam service medals. Take this hack down, those arent for fun. A lot of folks died earning them.

Take a photoshop class and create your own, dont still military medals and ribbons to make them.

-Jason (Active 16+ years and going)

TheBlackPoet
02 Nov 2006, 12:11
hahahaha this is very nice... especially for those who have been in the military... and want to represent on thier site in their postbit_legacy.... if you have more ribbons of this quality... post'em....

good work!!!

mholtum
02 Nov 2006, 12:32
Nice Job.. I was in the US Army for just under 10 yrs..

greenleaf
07 Feb 2009, 01:33
Yes, they're "ribbons" being used by this person as "ranks" for a website.. Number 5 and 13 look very much like ones I've had on my chest (Ribbons are actually "medals" or "awards")... it doesn't matter what he uses them for.. I applaud the effort.
BTW: Oak Leaf Clusters are actually used to designate additional awards of some medals (and they're pinned on the ribbons)...

USA Retired (20 years Active)

What you get a purple heart for? Prove it. Cause alot of peopel lie about thiers. I dont have one, nor do I want one. It is a stupid peice of cloth and medal fabricated to bring honor to have been wounded for a country tat has failed its founders.