who wore them? be honest!

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It was SOP in Aldershot, if you didn't wear it you singled yourself out for a good kicking. Don't forget the flying jacket for wet weather!
Actually, the Clarks desert boot (My preference)is widely regarded as a design classic. The higher leg desert boot was more commonplace;I seem to remember a few nailed to the wall of 9 Sqn bar in the Hollinghurst.
portshort-starboardlong said:
DaPs said:
What's this got to do with joining up?
Hey Daps,

Not taking the urine mate, but would you like to explain your avatar.

I've never seen a beret like that before, is it for a special unit or something?
PLs tell me this is a wah....
Put him out of his misery before the dogs of war log in and see this post and tear him apart.
DaPs said:
Oh I see, It's a 3 para beret is it?
Yeah mate, that's it, it's a 3 para beret.

1 para has red behind their cap badge and 2 para has blue behind theirs.

8O :roll:
Ha ha!

Yes mate, when you were in maybe! :lol: :lol: :lol: ie Never! :D

Or is it a 15 Para cap badge backing, but the Hunting Stewart doesn't show up properly! :roll: It must've washed out!

Or could it be a Para 49 beret specificially the Piefinder Company, because only a fat wannabe would have a beret like that.

I know, it's a Junior Para one, but the colour has faded into green! :)