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On your left breast, above the U.S. Army Tag. Same place as a CIB (combat infantry badge), or EIB (expert infantry badge).
Yes, you are authorized to wear the combat action badge on the dress blue uniform. It is worn 1/4 inch above your ribbons and centered.
Yes you can. The combat medic badge is a category 2 badge while the combat action ribbon is category 1.
Centered above the branch tape, 1/8th inch. May be pinned or sewn.
The location is as shown on the chart at the related link below.
You wear a combat action badge centered 1/8th of inch above the left side of the nametape.
Yes. If you have earned the Combat Action Badge (CAB) you can wear it on your Class A uniform.
cib and airborne badge on the left side of acu or green dress cente at middle and above left breast (pocket of the uniform)
yes, you are authorized to wear the CAB and CMB together.
On the left breast, 1/4 an inch over the U.S. Army tape.
1/8 inch above that u.s. army name tape In stacks of two with 1/4 inch between badges vertically and 1/2 inch between badges horizontally.
The Combat Action Badge is worn 1/4 inch above any service ribbons on the left side and is centered on the ribbons.
In US in WW2
How do you wear a Combat infantry badge a pathfinder badge airborne badge a air assault badge and a marksmanship badge on the army dress uniform?
CIB is worn cetered, 1/8" above ribbons. The other 3 are worn in the exact sequence you mentioned, centered BELOW the ribbons. See 670-1 for a more detailed description.
No. It's not transferable. You MIGHT be able to fill out some paperwork and have the Navy Combat Action Ribbon awarded as an equivalent (which can be worn on a CG uniform), ho…wever.
Yes, and we were able to do the same with the BDU/DCU uniforms (once the CAB came into existence). The CAB is a Category 1 badge, whereas the CMB is a Category 2 badge.
No, you only wear one Category I badge.