Insignia and accouterments

The insignia and accouterments authorized for wear on the cold-weather uniform follow. a. Badges, combat and special skill, subdued pin-on only (para 29–17).
b. Brassards (para 28–29).
c. Branch insignia, subdued pin-on only (paras 28–10b and 28–12b).
d. Combat leaders identification (on cold-weather coats (field jackets) and extended cold-weather clothing system (Gortex) parka only) (para 28–21).
e. Grade insignia, subdued pin-on (para 28–5, 28–6, and 28–7).
f. Headgear insignia (para 28–3).
g. Name and Army distinguishing tapes (paras 28–24a and 28–24b).
h. Shoulder sleeve insignia (current organization and former wartime service) is not authorized for wear on the OG
108 shirts. When the OG 108 shirt is prescribed for wear only as an undergarment, soldiers will not wear collar insignia and name and U.S. Army distinguishing tapes on the shirt.
i. Organizational flash (para 28–31a).
j. Foreign badges, sew-on badges, and sew-on grade insignia are not authorized for wear on this uniform.