In this study, we demonstrate the methodology systematically developed for dislocation loop (perfect and faulted loops) imaging and analysis in irradiated face-centered-cubic (FCC) alloys using scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM). On-zone  STEM imaging was identified as the preferred choice for its accuracy and effectiveness based on the comparison with other dislocation loop imaging techniques including: (i) on-zone STEM imaging using other major low-index zone axes, (ii) kinematic two-beam conditions bright field imaging near the  zone axis in conventional TEM (CTEM) mode, and (iii) Rel-Rod CTEM dark-field (DF) imaging near the  zone axis. The effect of STEM collection angle on the contrast formation of dislocation loops was also investigated. The developed method was confirmed by imaging all populations of perfect and faulted loops of types a/2〈110〉\110\ and a/3〈111〉\111\ found in an ion irradiated Ni40Fe40Cr20 alloy. The proposed STEM-based technique can easily identify said loops with a size greater than 10 nm without any assumptions such as those commonly made using the conventional Rel-Rod CTEM-DF technique. The recommended methodology in this study is developed as a quick and convenient tool that can be generally applied to irradiated FCC-based materials due to their common crystallography.