1/2" Above, 1/2" apart, centered over nametag.
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NRA Marksmanship Badges (refer to Attachment 4). Wear of these badges is optional. CAP service
badges will only be worn by senior members. Model rocketry and NRA Marksmanship Badges will only
be worn by cadets. The total number of badges worn will not exceed four, to include the abovementioned
aviation and occupational badges.
The first of these badges will be centered on the wearer’s right, ˝ inch above the nametag.
The second badge will be worn ˝ inch above the nametag, level with and spaced ˝ inch to the right of the first badge so that both are aligned evenly across the nametag.
If the model rocketry and/or NRA Marksmanship Badge(s) is worn and other badges are already worn over the
nametag, the model rocketry badge will only be worn on the wearer’s left, 1 ˝ inches below the top of the
welt pocket and the NRA Marksmanship Badge will be centered on the welt pocket.
If no other badge(s) are worn over the nametag, the model rocketry badge or NRA Marksmanship Badge is worn on the
wearer’s right, ˝ inch above nametag. Only one marksmanship badge will be worn. CAP service
badges, if worn, must be metal. If no specialty track badges are worn, center CAP service badge ˝ inch
above nametag. If a CAP service badge is worn, wear the second badge to the wearer’s right, and wear
the CAP service badge closest to the collar. If a CAP service badge is worn with a second badge in this
position, move the second badge to the wearer’s right, and wear the CAP service badge closest to the right
lapel. Exceptionally, the National Commander’s Staff Badge will always be worn to the right of a second
badge. The CAP Senior Advisory Group, Command Council, National Board or National Executive
Committee badges will always be worn closest to the collar.