All Badges Of A PARA SF Commando in Indian Army

Para Commandos or Para SF is an exceptional powers unit of the Indian Army’s Parachute Regiment and is entrusted with missions like extraordinary tasks, direct activity, prisoner salvage, counter-illegal intimidation, whimsical fighting, uncommon observation, unfamiliar interior protection and security, counter-multiplication, counter-uprising, look for and annihilate and staff recuperation. A Para Commando procures different identifications as praises for the particular administrations to the country.

Indian Parachute Regiment is one of the most esteemed regiment all throughout the planet, each Indian guard wannabe and serving part wish to join the regiment and wear the famous maroon beret, yet it’s difficult to acquire the renowned title of “Airborne Soldier”. Indian Parachute Regiment has the biggest portion of the Special Forces of India in its overlap and is by and large known as the Indian Para Special Forces.

All Badges acquired by our Para Commandos or Para SF 


The exceptional powers, which structure a piece of the Parachute Regiment, have a particular emblem called Balidaan, which has a commando knife pointed downwards, with up broadening wings stretching out from the cutting edge and a parchment superimposed on the edge with “Balidaan” engraved in Devanagari; the entire in silver metal on an upstanding red plastic square shape. Para Commandos are permitted to wear the Balidaan Badge.


The unique powers faculty additionally wear a maroon bent shoulder title with SPECIAL FORCES weaved in light blue, succeeding the COMMANDO tab in 2006 which was being used since its origin.


There is just a single airborne brevet left: a white open parachute with light blue wings stretching out from it, all set against a dim green dull foundation. (Some different variations have existed for formal/wreck regalia, e.g., with gold wired wings on a maroon wool, the equivalent on a red foundation for the PBG on their stately tunics. This was some time ago worn on the upper right sleeve however since 1975 it shows up over the right chest pocket and informal ID.


The regimental identification for the Parachute Regiment is an open parachute, somewhat behind a circle with “PARACHUTE” at the top and a look at the base with “REGIMENT”; wings are fanned out from the circle, and a knife is superimposed on the parachute and upper part of the circle; the entire in silver metal.


As with a significant part of the world’s parachute powers, the ordinary headgear is a maroon beret, despite the fact that there is a maroon turban for Sikh faculty.


There is a little plated adaptation (white parachute with blue, yellow, or red wings) worn on the left pocket as Jump Indicator Wings (for 25, 50, or 100 plummets, individually). The little plated identification has now been supplanted by a metal identification with stars at the lower part of the parachute, with one star indicating 25 leaps, two stars 50, and three stars 100.


Some of the learners are likewise shown specific methods of penetration and exfiltration, either via air (battle freefall) or ocean (battle jumping). Those picking the battle plunging acquire the Diving identification. The identification says that you are prepared to take any mission either ashore or ocean. Plunging identifications are normal in SF as they have a jumping part in each group/organization.


All three parts of the tactical issue Commendation Cards, which are identifications granted for “individual demonstrations of valor or recognized help or commitment to obligation performed either inactivity or non-functional regions which are not of an adequately high request to fit the bill for a higher heroism grant or for which the higher honor is improper. The honor will be for a particular demonstration of dauntlessness or recognized or extraordinary assistance. The honor won’t be made after death.” All three branches issue Commendation Cards at the level of the greatest official (Chief of the Army Staff, Chief of the Naval Staff, and Chief of the Air Staff). The honors at lower levels appear to shift between administrations.


The free-fall course needs something like 50 leaps from elevations up to 33,500 feet to pass. Both HALO (High Altitude Low Opening) and HAHO (High Altitude High Opening) strategies are learned. Aside from the customary parachute identification, freefall jumpers wear a gold identification.


This recognizable proof is allowed to the Para Commandos who have helped the recovery of the tiger slant during the 1999 Kargil war.


This is an uncommon identification that is worn over the strips which seem like a winged square with a blade encased in lightning. This implies administration with the Special Frontier Force situated in Chakrata after the 1962 Sino-Indian conflict.


Apart from this load of identifications, we have the decorations that are worn on the left side pocket.


The nameplate brings the name of the Para commando.


This identification advises about the regiment in which the Para commando has a place. It is worn on the right side just underneath the nameplate.

Different BADGES

There can be numerous different identifications that are acquired by the Para Commandos on consummation of their normal courses, for example, for doing an ATGM course or a Badge when presented at some Training Institute. Likewise, the identifications were procured during significant conflicts.

At last, these are all badges of a Para SF Commando which they earn in their training and become the Deadliest Commando