As you know 4x4 commanders all have the trail rated emblem on the drivers side fender.
I've read that this was a Mopar thing to have a single badge. Well I felt my commander was incomplete so I purchased 2 more badges. 1 for the passenger side fender and 1 for the hatch door. The casual bystander probably would not notice this but for me it was a definite improvement.
Actually, that's not completely true and a common misconception some people have.
In the world of Commanders (and Grand Cherokees) you have to have Quadra-Trac II or Quadra-Drive II WITH 3.73 Gearing.
You can have Quadra-Trac I or Quadra-Trac II without 3.73 gears and it will still have the 4x4 badge in the rear but it will not be Trail-Rated by Jeep and will not come with any Trail-rated badging from the factory.
Jeeps that are Trail-Rated typically come from the factory with the trail-rated badge on the driver's side front fender (as you said) unless it's special-ordered from the factory with additional badging - or no badging or unless an owner adds it after the fact like we did - which is why it's good to know what quantifies a Commander as Trail-Rated if you are looking to buy one.
I can tell by looking at yours you bought the knock-off Trail-rated badges off of E-Bay or amazon - I can tell by the flat/shiny appearance.
I did the same thing once upon a time and ordered one off of amazon for the passenger's side front fender I think it was like $8.00 but it had that flatness and extra shine to it and it was made of such a flimsy thin kind of tin, it quickly wore on me and as soon as I got a little extra cash, I ordered an authentic trail-rated badge from Jeep for $52.00 and got rid of the amazon knock-off.
Even though the average person probably wouldn't notice, I did and the devil is in the details as I like to say.
I see you added one to the rear-hatch too....that's right where my Flex-Fuel badge is....pretty cool though.