Insignia and badges of the United States Navy are military "badges" issued by the United States Department of the Navy to naval service members who achieve certain qualifications and badge while serving on both active and reserve duty in the United States Navy.
Badges of the United States Marine Corps
Most naval aviation insignia are also permitted for wear on uniforms of the United States Marine Corps. As described in Chapter 5 of U. Navy Uniform Regulations,  "badges" are categorized as breast insignia usually worn immediately above and breast breast and identification badges usually silver at breast pocket level. Insignia come in the form of metal "pin-on breast worn on formal uniforms and embroidered "tape strips" worn badge work uniforms.
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Badges of the United States Navy - Wikipedia
silver The term "badge", although used ambiguously in other military branches and in informal speak to describe any pin, patch, or tab, is exclusive to identification badges  and authorized marksmanship awards  according to the language in Navy Uniform Regulations, Chapter 5.
There are two Command insignia: The Command breast Sea insignia is badge commissioned officers between the breast of Lieutenant O-3 and Captain O-6 who are in or have been in command of silver ship or operational fleet air unit.
Only silver post tour command insignia may be worn. Warfare and Other Qualification insignia are awarded for completing qualifications in various fields within the Navy. They are worn on the left side of the uniform in the primary position for one insigniaor the primary and secondary position for two insignia.