No 4 Dress

#1
My boss is off on an Official swan(Whaaaa) to a hot sticky country, for the occasion he's been issued No 4 Dress. As I don't want him making a complete cnut of himself does anyone know if he wears his gong ribbons on the shirt or just on the jacket.
 
#2
Just the jacket.
 
#3
Isn't that No 6 dress? or is that just Highland regiments. You mean lightweight cotton tunic?

In answer to your question I'm sorry I have no idea.
 
#4
No 4 Dress is the lightweight version of Service Dress. The rules for badges, belts, etc are the same.
 
#5
Spongy said:
My boss is off on an Official swan(Whaaaa) to a hot sticky country, for the occasion he's been issued No 4 Dress. As I don't want him making a complete cnut of himself does anyone know if he wears his gong ribbons on the shirt or just on the jacket.
He sent you to look up in the Dress manual, or ask the RSM, and you came here? :lol:
 

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