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Military person infobox[édit | sunting sumber]

Clifford Carwood Lipton
30 Januari 192016 December 2001
Ngaran leutik Lip
Tempat babar Huntington, West Virginia
Allegiance United States
Service/branch United States Army
Years of service 1942–1945
Rengking Second Lieutenant
Unit Easy Company, 2nd Battalion, 101st Airborne Division, 506th Parachute Infantry Regiment
Pangajen Purple Heart (3OLC)
Bronze Star (2OLC)
World War II Victory Medal
Presidential Unit Citation (2OLC)
Orange Lanyard of the Royal Netherlands Army
Karya liana Glass Executive

A military person infobox may be used to summarize information about an individual military person, such as a soldier or military leader.

The infobox should be added using the {{Infobox Military Person}} template, as shown below:

{{Infobox Military Person
|name=
|image=
|caption=
|born=
|died=
|placeofbirth=
|placeofdeath=
|nickname=
|allegiance=
|branch=
|serviceyears=
|rank=
|unit=
|commands=
|battles=
|awards=
|relations=
|laterwork=
}}
  • name – the full name of the person.
  • imageoptional – an image of the person. The image must be given in the form [[Image:Example.jpg|300px]]; in particular, the thumb attribute must not be selected.
  • captionoptional – the text to be placed below the image.
  • bornoptional – the date of birth, if known. For unusual cases, such as where only dates of activities are known, the lived parameter may be used instead.
  • diedoptional – the date of death, if applicable and known.
  • placeofbirthoptional – the person's birthplace.
  • placeofdeathoptional – the place where the person died.
  • nicknameoptional – nickname(s) by which the person was known.
  • allegianceoptional – the country or other power the person served. Multiple countries may be indicated together with the corresponding dates. This field should not be used to indicate a particular service branch, which is better indicated by the branch field (below).
  • branchoptional – the service branch (Army, Navy, etc.) the person was a part of; this should be left blank for people who were not part of a formal armed service, or who predate the establishment of formal service branches.
  • serviceyearsoptional – the years during which the person served.
  • rankoptional – the highest rank achieved by the person. Unusual cases, such as this rank not being the last achieved, or the rank being awarded posthumously, may be noted. In cases where the person held different ranks in different armies, multiple ranks should be specified with a date and country note for each.
  • unitoptional – for persons who are not notable as commanding officers, the unit (company, battalion, regiment, etc.) in which they served. This should be omitted if the commands are specified (as above).
  • commandsoptional – for persons who are notable as commanding officers, the units they commanded. Dates should be given if multiple notable commands were held.
  • battlesoptional – any notable battles or wars in which the person participated. This should be omitted if a campaignbox is used in conjunction with this template.
  • awardsoptional – any notable awards or decorations the person received.
  • relationsoptional – any notable relations; only reasonably close ones should be indicated—an exhaustive listing of an extensive family tree should be avoided here.
  • laterworkoptional – the profession or positions held by the person after they left the military.