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general occupational field to which a nonrated person belongs, as follows: Seaman White stripes on blue uniforms Hospitalman and navy blue stripes on Dentalman white uniforms Fireman Red Airman Emerald green Constructionman  Light blue Graduates   of   apprenticeship   training   schools wear   the   appropriate   device   indicating   the   broad occupational  field  they  are  entering.  As  shown  in figure   9-15,   they   wear   the   airman   insignia   for aviation  ratings;  fireman,  for  engineering  ratings; and  seaman,  for  deck,  weapons,  and  other  related fields. After     demonstrating     they     have     met     the requirements  to  enter  into  a  rating,  either  through formal  schooling  or   on-the-job   training,   graduates may  receive  authorization  from  their  commanding officers to wear the rating insignia specialty mark or designated  striker’s  mark.  This  device  is  the  same specialty  mark  petty  officers  wear  on  their  rating hedge,  shown  earlier  in  figure  9-14.  The  striker’s mark replaces the apprenticeship device. BREAST INSIGNIA AND IDENTIFICATION BADGES The breast insignia indicates special qualifica- tions  or  designations  earned.   We  describe some Figure 9-15.—Apprenticeship insignia. of   these   insignia   (fig.   9-16)   in   the   following paragraphs. Persons  below  flag  rank  who  have,  or  had, command   of   commissioned   ships   or   aviation squadrons   at   sea   wear   the   Command   at   Sea insignia.   Officers   currently   in   command   wear the   insignia   on   the   right   breast.   Those   not presently    in    command,    but    who    have    held command,  wear  it  on  the  left  breast  below  any ribbons, medals, or other insignia. Officers  below  flag  rank  who  have,  or  had, command ashore or served as  a  project  manager wear   the   Command   Ashore/Project   Manager insignia.  They  wear  this  insignia  in  the  same manner  as  that  prescribed  for  the  Command  at Sea insignia. Personnel    currently    serving,    or    having previously   served,   as   an   officer   in   charge   of small  craft  wear  the  Small  Craft  insignia.  They wear  this  insignia  in  the  same  manner  as  that prescribed for the Command at Sea insignia. Personnel wear the insignia described in the following  paragraphs  on  the  left  breast  above any ribbons, medals, or insignia: Personnel  who  have  qualified  in  all  phases of   surface   warfare   wear   the   Surface   Warfare insignia. Personnel   who   have   qualified   to   serve   in submarines   wear   the   Submarine   insignia.   In addition to the basic  insignia,  personnel  serving as  submarine  medical,  engineering,  and  supply officers  wear  another  submarine  insignia  that identifies their specialty. Those who successfully take    part    in    combat    patrols    also    wear    an additional submarine insignia. Personnel  qualified  to  serve  in  flight  wear different   Aviation   insignia   that   indicate   their specialty.  Aviators  (pilots),  flight  officers,  flight surgeons, flight nurses, aircrewman, and combat aircrewmen    each    wear    a    different    Aviation insignia that identifies their specialty. Personnel    qualified    in    underwater    and beach   reconnaissance,   demolition,   and   special warfare  tactics  wear  Special  Warfare  insignia. They   are   usually   associated   with   underwater demolition or Sea-Air-Land (SEAL) team detachments. Personnel qualified in the identification and safe    disposal    of     ordnance     wear     Explosive Ordnance   Disposal   insignia.   Those   who   wear this  insignia   have   the   ability   to   identify   and dispose  of  the  many  different  types  of  ordnance produced  by  the  United  States,  our  allies,  and our enemies. Personnel who successfully complete a patrol on a   fleet   ballistic   missile   submarine   (SSBN)   wear 9-18

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