Scrambled Eggs Oak Leaf Cluster Fretting Decorative Military Patch Set
- Leaf Clusters Are Designed For Wear On High Ranking Officer Caps With Their Dress Uniforms
- Iron-On or Sew-On Attachment
- Worn By Militaries Around The World
- Authorized Under Army Regulation AR 600-8-22
- Known As "Scrambled Eggs" Due To Their Appearance
- Comes In A Set Of 2
- Measures 3.75" x 1.5"
Scrambled eggs is the name given to the leaf clusters, also known as an oak leaf spring or fretting, that are worn on the visors of high ranking senior officers. Nearly every navy has their field grade and general officers' dress uniform decorated with these oak leaf cluster patches. Each oak leaf has an iron on rear attachment that can also be sewn on and adheres to US Army Regulation AR 600-8-22, authorized for wear to commemorate an award that is recieved multiple times, with an oak leaf for each time it is awarded.