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Can anyone identify this (trade?) badge?

#1
Just come into possesion of a badge that I've seen on a few wooly pully's, and for the life of me, cant remember what I was told what the damned thing is....

Its an olive patch, oval in shape about 2 inches wide. It has crossed bayonets, and what looks like a wreath underneath the bayonets.

Someone mentioned a skill at arms patch, but I thought that one was crossed rifles!

Can anyone help? I've looked on t'internet, but no success!.

Lumpy.
 
#2
Lumpy said:
Just come into possesion of a badge that I've seen on a few wooly pully's, and for the life of me, cant remember what I was told what the damned thing is....

Its an olive patch, oval in shape about 2 inches wide. It has crossed bayonets, and what looks like a wreath underneath the bayonets.

Someone mentioned a skill at arms patch, but I thought that one was crossed rifles!

Can anyone help? I've looked on t'internet, but no success!.

Lumpy.


Like this? I think it's a Pl Sgt qual.
 
#8
It is for the Pl Sgts Battle Course, there was three badges in this series

a. Single Bayonet in a triangle for Combat Infantrymans Course
b. Single Bayonet with laurel wreath for Sect Comd Battle Course
c. Crossed Bayonet with laurel wreath for Pl Sgt Battle Course

However only nuggets worn them in the Infantry, you dont need badges in the Infantry, otherwise you would startt to look like a boy scout. The average Infantryman would have loads.
 

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