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Good morning, I’m coming towards my drill test in the next couple of weeks and we are shaping our berets soon but my issued one is a pile of sh!t
do we have to wear the issued ones or can we use ones from the PRI like the ammo and co ones with a smaller crown as my head is like a pin so the one...
If you look at certain regiments, *cough cough*paras and rm*cough cough*, there are certain ways the berets look, is there one for the royal welsh and if yes what is it? The paras dont have the sides pulled down too far and above each cap badge wing, they pinch it to make diagonal lines joining...
The beret remains an unusually complicated piece of equipment, given it’s essentially a leather-rimmed bag of coloured wool felt.
We examine the headgear's history alongside the many forms it has taken atop heads in the British Armed Forces.
The Ultimate Guide To Properly Wearing Your Beret
After some help if we have anyone here in the know.
My grandfather served with the Royal Signals as a DR during the Suez, hes always been very modest about his service not really saying much about it other than when we swapped stories from our times in the sandpit.