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I noticed the old designation for the shoulder flashes were being used on both articles for the brigades even though the brigades no longer have geographical designations any more. So instead of '1st (Southern) Brigade you just have now '1st Brigade'. Similarly instead of '2nd (Eastern) Brigade' you now have just '2nd Brigade'. The shoulder flashes, while the same as the old brigades now identify with the new brigades. DojoIrl (talk) 20:40, 13 June 2016 (UTC)
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The article lists the various civil/infrastructure facilities (airports/etc) that the Brigade is responsible for protecting. This is cited, and absolutely reasonable and appropriate to include. However, I don't see why we need to add a subjective/relative adjective like "important" to the statement. It doesn't add material/factual context for the reader, and it skirts WP:NPOV, WP:ATTRIBUTEPOV and WP:WTW for the project to be making value judgements on the readers behalf. (A reader will see four large transport infrastructure examples listed, and will make their own determination on importance.) In this vein, and ss per WTW, we should surely "let facts alone do the talking"(?) Guliolopez (talk) 15:50, 23 February 2017 (UTC)