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Parachute Regiment Dress Regulations

#2
Good Morning Nasty,

When you get your "Chafing" sorted at the Med Centre, get your eyes tested:D.
The Parachute Regiment dress regs are on Armynet.

Go to the Reference Portal, open up the Army Electronic Library (AEL) and search for Army Dress Regs. The Parachute Reg regs are in Part 4 - Corps and Regimental Dress Regulations - Regiments of Infantry.

Hope this helps,

Shiny (Ex Hat)
 
#5
Ah,

Thanks very much, I managed to find the correct section which does not answer my query.

My query is obscure.

It is this.

What are the regs for no 11 dress?

Kind regards
 
#6
Ah,

Thanks very much, I managed to find the correct section which does not answer my query.

My query is obscure.

It is this.

What are the regs for no 11 dress?

Kind regards
No.11: Warm weather mess dress
A white jacket is substituted for the coloured one of temperate mess dress. Waistcoats are not worn.
 
#12
I've heard that the cap badge is now going to be worn above the left eye again as every other unit in the British Army is trying to outdo the the Para Regt in the 'over the left ear' contest....over the eye is the new ally!
 
#13
I've heard that the cap badge is now going to be worn above the left eye again as every other unit in the British Army is trying to outdo the the Para Regt in the 'over the left ear' contest....over the eye is the new ally!
Old skool Cav style, cap badge in the middle, with the beret pulled down equally on both sides. A style well worth reviving.
 

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