Officers carry the grade displaying their rank on the left side of the Cappello Alpino. Instead of the nappina the feather is held in place by a silver or golden colored metal wrap. Non-commissioned officers and officers up to the rank of captain carry a brown eagle feather and officers starting with the rank of major carry a white goose feather, instead of the standard black raven feather.
|Lieutenant General: three golden stars on a silver ribbon|
|Major General: two golden stars on a silver ribbon|
|Brigadier General: one golden star on a silver ribbon|
|Colonel Commandant: a twice as thick golden angled braid, below three standard sized golden angled braids and a red colored outline|
|Colonel: a twice as thick golden angled braid and below three standard sized golden angled braids|
|Lieutenant Colonel: a twice as thick golden angled braid and below two standard sized golden angled braids|
|Major: a twice as thick golden angled braid and below one standard sized golden angled braid|
|Captain: three golden angled braids|
|Lieutenant: two golden angled braids|
|Second Lieutenant: one golden angled braid|
|First Marshal Lieutenant: one golden angled braid with a black central stripe, and a red colored outline and a golden star with a red colored outline|
|First Marshal: one golden angled braid with a black central stripe and a red colored outline|
|Non-commissioned officers: one golden angled braid with a black central stripe|
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“West of this place, down in the neighbor bottom,
The rank of osiers by the murmuring stream
Left on your right hand brings you to the place.”
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