Got my civilian wings a while back, but didn’t put them on as we weren’t using our jumpers at the time as we were wearing 2cs without the jumper. I’m pretty sure the wings go on the jumper, but am unsure as to where they go. If anyone has pictures as to where to put them, it would be greatly appreciated.
Civi wings?, like the belgian jump course thing?, if so then I’m positive (I’m sure someone will either confirm or rubbish shortly) that it goes nowhere on official uniform, going off memory, unless the course is done at brize, or indeed if you have other foreign military brevets (we have a former paratrooper of the foreign legion) and permission is sought and given, you cannot wear a badge, its a shame really, i learned how to tie a knot as a cub scout, i cant wear my badge
If a cadet can demonstrate and provide evidence they have matched the same criteria as the ACPS. They are entitled to wear the civilian wings, like the flying scholarship wings but with a C and instead of a P.
Single Badge. When a single badge is worn it is to be positioned centrally 1cm above the bottom edge of the patch of the left shoulder of the jersey
BG. When worn with No 1 HD, it is to be positioned centrally 1cm above the top seam of the left hand pocket.
There is no mention of a Civilian Wings Badge in AP 1358C so therefore cannot be worn on uniform.