ARMY BAGS: Irish republican army badge.
Irish republicans use a large number of badges.
They are often decorated with gold leaf, and have been popular among those who prefer to wear their countrys distinctive military dress uniform.
The Irish Army uses these badges as part of the uniform and as a national emblem.
They are sometimes worn by people who have not yet been inducted into the army.
There are several types of Irish republican badges.
The Irish National Army has an array of different styles of Irish republicans badges.
Irish soldiers wear the Irish National Badge, which consists of a gold leaf on the right sleeve and a cross with the words “Republic of Ireland” on the other.
Another badge worn by the Irish army is the Irish Legionary Badge, also known as the Irish Regiment Badge, a green ribbon on the left sleeve and an orange cross with a small star above the star and “IRAI” on both sides.
These are worn by men who have been selected to serve in the Irish Army.
In recent years, a number of other national and international organisations have adopted Irish Republic badge designs.
These include the United Nations, the United States, the European Union, the International Red Cross and the United Nation Development Program.
As a republic, Ireland is a member of the European Economic Community and is part of NATO.
Although there are some national flag flags which are also used by the armed forces, they are not the same as the flag of the Irish Republic.
Some national flags are based on the Coat of Arms of Ireland, which is composed of three cross-hairs.
Other national flags have been created by other nations.
The British flag is an Irish flag with an Irish eagle on a white field.
One flag is based on an emblem of the country of Ireland and the other is based solely on the coat of arms of Ireland.
Most Irish flags feature a green background, but other flags have green stripes and gold stars.
Some have a blue background, while others have yellow stripes.
The coat of arm of Ireland is the coat-of-arms of the State of Ireland which, like the flag, is composed primarily of the three crosses and a green circle.
According to the constitution, all flags are produced by a committee, which also approves all flags.
A number of national flags feature stars on them, including the coat and arms of the Republic of Ireland (the State), and a blue border with a green field.