- Soldier for Life - Retired lapel pin for wear by Retired Soldiers on civilian clothing.
- Soldier for Life lapel pin for wear by veterans on civilian clothing.
- Soldier for Life - Retired Identification Badgefor wear by Retired Soldiers on the Army Service Uniform (ASU).
- On July 29, 2014 a new logo was approved for the Soldier for Life program. The new logo includes one variation for Retired Soldiers and another for veterans. The approval reinforces the Army leadership's belief that Reitred Soldiers and veterans are Soldiers for Life whose dedicated service to the nation should be recognized.
- Retired Soldiers who have already purchased the U.S. Army Retired ID Badge for their ASUs may continue to wear it or purchase and wear the new SFL Retired ID Badge.
- Product Questions
Product QuestionsQuestion by: Scott Zuffanti on Mar 13, 2019 5:01:00 PMDA PAM 670-1, Paragraph 20-17 lists the appropriate wear of the different ID badges. The CSIB is fifth in the order of precedence and the Retired Service ID badge is thirteenth. The highest ranking badge is worn to the right or any others. If wearing both badges on the same side, they are spaced equally from left to right on the pocket.
Answer by: Rachel Berry (Admin) on Mar 14, 2019 3:11:00 PM