As 11th Hussars, we never had a badge in the beret.
The story at the time, of pulling both sides down, was because of wearing earphones.
No vehicles had seat belts.
Chieftains had special bins for beer. Otherwise, they were crap.
"This is a unique, free event, aimed particularly (but not only) at those under the age of 30, who never experienced the Cold War in the second half of the twentieth century."
Unfortunately it's not exactly BAOR themed; but it does look like a decent lineup for sending the snowflake generation off to in the hope they get a grip on what it was actually all for. (Something, for instance, that the "compassionate Gulag" crowd could conceivably benefit from.)
ALL bins are for beer, the Army insisted on putting useless stuff like vehicle tools and flags (Blue, green and yellow) in them, just in case I had a sudden desire to be a morris dancer in the middle of a 4 week exercise.
IF the British Army every decided to award me one, they will have to dig deeper than a stage 1 trench to give it to my coffin. Because I will be long gone by the time THAT happens, and I will expect at least 3 bars on the thing with Grid references of note engraved upon them. NOT 309!