Random Query about SCC Officers

Hi, I was at a civic service a few weeks ago and the local sea (and army, but not relevant) cadets were present. Officers were in No1s and I noticed the SCC officers rank was oddly wavy and the curl was rectangular. Any reasons for this and why we have normal (bar the RAFAC bit) rank insignia for officers.

Before you say, I know it’s not sea cadet central… But I was too curious to not find out. :joy:

It denotes the RNVR - their equivalent of the RAFVR. Often known as the ‘wavy navy’.

edit: jokes aside, they have provided an incredible service to Queen and Country especially in the wars. Have a google.


Who have had a long and disingushed history in the service of the Crown.

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