Permanent and temporary fourrageres and lanyards, when authorized for wear according to AR-600-8-22, are worn on the left shoulder, with the cord passing under the sleeve and attached to the shoulder loop on the coat of the Class A Green and ASU (enlisted). Officers authorized to wear a fourragere or lanyard on the ASU coat must attach a 20-ligne button to the left shoulder seam, 1/2 inch outside the collar edge. Only one fourragere, lanyard, aiguillette, or cord is authorized for wear on each shoulder.
The French Green & Red Fourragere is pictured at left.
- The French fourragere is worn when authorized for permanent or temporary wear.
- The Belgian fourragere is worn only when authorized for permanent wear.
- Netherlands orange lanyard is worn only when authorized for permanent wear.
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Product QuestionsHowdy, I'm looking for a US Army Aviation Fourragere. The one I received from Vietnam was red and green but it was lost decades ago. It was similar to the French Green & Red. I hope you folks have one. Thank you...Question by: William E. Womack on Jun 17, 2019 7:53:00 PM