The Peoples Liberation Front has three basic types of insignia, more or less in line with the rules of ancient heraldry.
The official ensign of the Peoples Liberation Front can be used as a stand alone flag, or it can be attached as a shoulder patch to the uniform of any PLF Member in good standing. Additionally, it can be placed on vehicles and buildings belonging to the Peoples Liberation Front.
The official heraldic crest of the Peoples Liberation Front can be attached to the uniform of any PLF Member in good standing, traditionally as a patch attached to the hat, or shoulder. In addition it can be used by PLF Staff on any official PLF document or web site.
PLF Battle Shield
The official battle shield of the Peoples Liberation Front is the exclusive prerogative of the PLF Central Command. It can be attached to the uniform of those holding the rank of Commander, traditionally attached to both the cap and breast. Additionally, it is attached to any formal decrees or other documents issued by the Central Command Council of the Peoples Liberation Front. Finally, the PLF Battle Shield may be attached to vehicles used exclusively to transport PLF Commanders, buildings used to house PLF Commanders - and any correspondence issuing from PLF Commanders.