Posted on Jul 6, 2018
Hello, I am 14 years old and a modern military and modern weaponry enthusiast, but lately I have been asking myself this question. Is it okay for civilians to wear military acronym patches in public? I tend to wear my hat with patches on it I put on that read something like "FNG" or "SSDD", but lately I have stopped because there is a part of me that deems it somehow disrespectful, and I'd like to hear anyone from here give me their insight on this. Any answers would be greatly appreciated.
Posted 11 mo ago
Jason Cervantes, Young man.. Well, this is only my opinion.. I have Never objected to any young man RESPECTFULLY wearing Military Patches.. Frankly some of them are really neat !! (old word for cool) If is done with respect, I have NO issues with this.. Military Patches (in the 60's) was influential to me going into the service.. Also these "Patches" Encourage HONOR to those who have died for my freedoms.. HONOR is not to be DISMISSED or FORGOTTEN.. Just do your best to Honor and Respect these patches, and our Military !! Thank you, Respectfully, Mike
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