Help with Insignia Identification

My uncle, Cprl/Sgnt. Geoffrey Rowland Lumb, served with the British Army in Burma during WWII. I never foudn out what regiment he served in, but here are a couple of photos.
 

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Drew5233

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Get a copy of his service records to confirm his unit 100%. Definitely R. Sigs Royal Signals and the closest I can find for his badge in Formation Badges of WW2, Britain, Commonwealth and Empire by Howard Cole is Indian Air Formation Signals
 

sirbhp

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in the sappers a sergeantwot wears a bomb above his stripes is a staff not colour sgt as i first mentioned . it was a long shot .
 
in the sappers a sergeantwot wears a bomb above his stripes is a staff not colour sgt as i first mentioned . it was a long shot .

Not quite. He'd be a sergeant. A staff sergeant would have a crown above the grenade.

That's despite the fact that the photo where you're getting this idea from shows corporal's stripes.
 

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