The Air Force Security Police Badge is a military badge of the Air Force Security Forces of the United States Air Force. Originally known as the “Air Police Badge”, the Air Force Security Police Badge has existed since the early 1960s. Low Badge Number: P1939. At the back marked with 'CM GI' and Gov't. Property'.
In August 1982, the governments of the United States, France, Italy, and Great Britain deployed a multinational peacekeeping force to Lebanon in an effort to stabilize the country and stop the fighting between Syria, the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), and Israel. Patch for the USMC in good condition.
In augustus 1982 hebben de regeringen van de Verenigde Staten, Frankrijk, Italië en Groot-Brittannië een multinationale vredesmacht naar Libanon gestuurd in een poging het land te stabiliseren en de gevechten tussen Syrië, de Palestijnse Bevrijdingsorganisatie (PLO) en Israël te stoppen. Patch voor het USMC in goede toestand.
The German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency (German: Das Abzeichen für Leistungen im Truppendienst) is a decoration of the Bundeswehr, the armed forces of the Federal Republic of Germany.
The decoration is awarded to and worn by German soldiers of all ranks. Allied soldiers may also be awarded the badge, subject to their nations' uniform regulations. In the United States Army, the German Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency is one of several hundred foreign awards approved for wear on the uniform.
The regiment was a belgian tank unit disbanded in 2010. Initially the regiment was created 1863 and fought in the first World War. The regiment saw action in both world wars. After the second world war it was stationed in Germany - Werl and Soest.