Flashes

#1
why, at my unit, do I get issued three 3 div arm flashes but am expected to have them on all shirts and both combat jackets. when I enquired about getting two more flashes I was told I'd have to purchase them. well, pardon me but POKE IT! I aint investing my cash in making the razzer happy. :evil:
 
#4
If the razza is female yes! If not - shove it!
 

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#5
The other cracker is the ACF where the Ivory Tower have banned everything except the fire lighting badge and brigade commanders are getting all Nazi on the local arrses if they don't wear divisional flashes.

Damned if you do, damned of you don't
 
#6
You could put them on one combat jacket and two shirts and just wash them more often. (unless you have to have a flash on each sleeve, then just don't take off your combat jacket LOL)

Or, you could have a bunch made up cheap and sell them at a lower price than the kit shop....
 
#11
Too bad the div flashes aren't just shapes cut from common felt cloth.

velcro may seem like a good idea, but could end up costing more than the flash, and if there is ever a check to see "how well they are sewn on", there could be an unpleasant/unwanted result.
 
#12
Whatever happened to epaulettes and brassards? (If you're under thirty you may not get this!)
 
#13
Flying Felix said:
Try velco on the shirts and nothing on the field jackets.
Velcro badges always strikes me as an aircrew thing. Good idea!? Remove badges during ops so enemy won't know who you are if captured therefore leaving enemy with no option to but to kick the crap out of you until you tell him what badges you were wearing that were so important that you had to remove them before flying.
 
#14
Topper said:
Whatever happened to epaulettes and brassards? (If you're under thirty you may not get this!)
We used to call them "armlets" Used for many things, but usually just worn with shirt in summer order.
 
#15
Johnny_Ludlow

Velcro badges always strikes me as an aircrew thing. Good idea!? Remove badges during ops so enemy won't know who you are if captured therefore leaving enemy with no option to but to kick the crap out of you until you tell him what badges you were wearing that were so important that you had to remove them before flying.
Or like I saw once, someone had put velcro on his Para wings. Brilliant, except when he took them off, unfortunately the velcro was in the shape of Para wings........PRAT
 
#16
Personally i think that flashes on jackets is a BAD idea especially when they have a nice YELLOWstripe in the middle. I stitched mine on, took one look - imagined myself trying to be tactical wearing them and took them off.
 

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