Infantry Combat Badge
The Infantry Combat Badge (ICB) is awarded to a serving member of the Australian Army for service as an Infantryman in warlike operations.
The Infantry Combat Badge (ICB) which has been instituted for recognition of infantry service in warlike operations. The Army Standing Instruction (Personnel) Part 11, Chapter 4 - Infantry Combat Badge covers some of the following topics:
- Exceptional circumstances,
- Designated areas of qualifying service,
- Authorisation and approval to wear badge,
- Issue of the badge,
- Wearing of the badge, and
- Forfeiture and restoration.
Applications can be sent electronically to: glenn.crosland [at] defence.gov.au or by mail to:
MAJ Glenn Crosland
SO2 RA Inf
PO Box 7909
CANBERRA BC ACT 2610
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