Hmmm, its one thing to look stoopiiiiiiiid, keeping shtum to not sound stoopiiiiid is of benifit, but to leave physical evidence like this is re enforcing my belief that the training at Sandhurts continues to be top class!!!
ps. Sandhurts is is exactly what I meant!!!!
I'd give you a map to the museum at DMSTC but I don't think it would help........
This is what the Walt said on being asked if they had seen action
"Badge looks unworn to me, however know that these were worn by soldiers attached to SAS as saw a number of them being sold off a couple of years ago by the manufacturer based in Hereford who said they had all been part of a special order on behalf of the Regiment, to bring the ancillary units into line with the badges worn on combats by troopers in SAS. hope this helps. Obviously normal RAMC slip on would be maroon letters on DPM or OG slip ons as opposed to black letters".