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No1 Royal Signals Dress Regulations

#1
Does anyone know a link to find out definitive Royal Signals No1 Dress Regulations for soldiers and Warrant Officers.

If not can anyone give a decent written description.

White gloves and a white belt?? Black belts, for soldiers or Warrant Officers.

What colour lanyard? Ammo Boots, George boots, shoes.

It would be much appreciated.

Thanks.
 
#3
Got an armynet account? The Sigs standards of dress are hidden away in the R Sigs pages on there (the RSigs site on there is terribly dated by the way, anyone care to sort it out?).
 
#4
afterinfo said:
Does anyone know a link to find out definitive Royal Signals No1 Dress Regulations for soldiers and Warrant Officers.

If not can anyone give a decent written description.

White gloves and a white belt?? Black belts, for soldiers or Warrant Officers.

What colour lanyard? Ammo Boots, George boots, shoes.

It would be much appreciated.

Thanks.
As far as I am aware, white gloves and belt, mit twat hat.
 
#5
SOinC(A) PD 213 dated Sep 06 - Corps dress regs

Avail in registry, through ArmyNet, Adjts office or SOinC(A) intranet site on DII

Hope this helps
 
#7
Having spent 3 years doing PDs in London, it should be:

White Gloves
Shiny Black belt with Corp Belt Buckle
Ammo Boots
Forage Cap

No lanyard.
 
#8
the_baron said:
Having spent 3 years doing PDs in London, it should be:

White Gloves
Shiny Black belt with Corp Belt Buckle
Ammo Boots
Forage Cap

No lanyard.[/quote]

On No 1's?
 
#11
After I wrote no lanyard and saw HTB reaction, I did suddenly think do you wear a lanyard?

Can't remember ever taking it off my No2s after an EMR for the parade proper, and the only thing I sorted out was an extra set of collar dogs so I didn't have to fanny about with them!!

Blimey using all those memory cells has made me break into a sweat!
 
#12
The_baron is right, I was also doing public duties for 3 years and it is as he decribed it. I'm sure if we are wrong something would have come from Blandford saying change it
 

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