Multi coloured unit identifiers?


#83

Didn’t he have a farm??

Lucky you. We get:

All,

PSB.

Regards


#84

Lol… Well done.


#85

I’ve not really followed this thread, but it’s been a week now, has OC1475 been hung, drawn and quartered yet?


#86

Not yet, they are trying to decide what colour rope to use!!


#87

Blue and gold two strand obviously? Let the punishment fit the crime.


#88

He says, whilst spelling McDonald’s incorrectly.


#89

Yes, the irony!


#90

Not just colour, looks like a few meetings needed.

The squadron will have to buy the rope as well, HQAC haven’t got money for rope … old or new.


#91

Is there a specification for axes? There should be one for a sword though.


#92

We could borrow a mess Webley…?


#95

#96

Problem with lending someone a mess webley is that they don’t return it.

On a more serious note, would we like to see more freedom in identification badges? So like this Squadron Squadron Colours? Or as at least 1 Squadron I know who have an exemption Roman Numerals.


#97

Personally, I don’t see why not. I think it’s a good opportunity for a unit to express their individuality whilst in blues, yet retaining the overall ‘look’ of the RAF uniform. After all, we have badges of all colours stitched a few centimetres lower - what difference can it make?


#98

Not sure you could fit MMCDLXVIII on a brassard…


#99

I’ve seen longer CCF identifiers


#100

MMCD
LXVIII

Or is that already a Welsh CCF unit?


#101

Wasn’t saying compulsory, but if you could should you be allowed to?


#102

Anyone noticed 1358c now specifies colours for ID Badges?


#103

The sqn who published their multi colour id badges are in the region of the WO who writes the regs, so a learning i guess.

Was there any fall out from the original twitter post/ are ths multi coloured ones still in use…just out of interest


#104

I’m not sure, if I’m honest - I know a couple of people there (I’m also London wing), I’ll ask and see