He could put it on his pocket flap. I just have the AA and CAB and I put my CAB above my ribbons (which I wear staggered so my uniform flap doesn't cover them) and wings on my pocket flak.
Here is the photo of that outstanding Ranger last night at the SOTU.http://media.kansascity.com/sm...49/13fb2h.St.81.jpeghttp://www.9linellc.com/wits/W...Feb_CoryRemsburg.htm
CSM here is scrapping hishttp://www.floridaguard.army.m...S-CMD-ASU-110228.jpg
Either way, it will be dependent on how the board member feels about it.
7. Procedures for taking Department of the Army official photographs
a. Soldiers will—
(1) Make an appointment to be photographed.
(2) Report to the photographic facility dressed in a properly fitted and pressed Class A Army Green Service
uniform. The photo will be taken in the designated Army Blue uniform upon official announcement from DA. Soldiers
may also carry their uniform to the photographic facility and change on-site to avoid wrinkling or soiling the uniform
en route.(3) Wear basic branch insignia, all permanently authorized awards, decorations, combat and special skill badges and
tabs. If affiliated, regimental insignia will be worn. The shoulder sleeve insignia (patch) and distinctive unit insignia
(crests) will be worn and are the only exceptions from the permanent rule. (In many cases Soldiers are assigned to
DOD agencies, Joint activities, and other federal agencies, with some exceptions, that are not authorized one or both of
these insignia items).
(4) Ensure that their uniforms and authorized permanent accessories, decorations, and insignia are worn per AR
nothing specific about marksmanship badges.