The insignia of the Army and Militia of the Gallian Armed Forces consist of a cloth insert worn over the shoulders, but under the shoulder boards/straps. On the left hand side is the unit insignia, while on the right is one of the four indicators of rank. On the back of this insert is the insignia of the soldier's specialization.
Other insignia worn on the uniform are a unicorn collar tab, and the shoulder boards which grow more ornate with higher grades. The fourth which is not shown here are the cuff braids.
Enlisted Personnel and Non-commissioned Officers
|Private/Private First Class||Lance Corporal||Corporal||Sergeant||Staff Sergeant||First Sergeant|
|Notable Characters||Most Squad 7
|2nd Lieutenant||1st Lieutenant||Captain||Major||Lieutenant Colonel||Colonel|
|Audrey (VC3)||Baldren (VC3)
|Notable Characters||Carl Isler||Laurence Kluivert||Belgen Gunther
Georg von Damon
Gilbert Gassenarl (EWI)
Military personnel wear unit insignia on their left chest to indicate which army branch or they belong to. All army regulars, except for Squad 422, wear the same insignia. Each militia regiment, each militia squad and Lanseal Academy forces have their own insignia.
Military personnel wear class insignia on their back to indicate which type of soldier they are, except Squad 422, which says Altaha Abilia 422.