RAMC "Old Boy" or just an "Old Git"??

TomB

Old-Salt
I was digging at the back of a cupboard and found a RAMC Tie which has narrow stripes & snakes underneath which are the letter OB.

I haven't got a clue where I got it from and am assuming that OB stands for Old Boy (or perhaps its Old Barsteward).

My question is..... When does one become an "Old Boy"?

Is there a specified age you have to be or time to have left the firm?

I don't want to end up in the situation where I wear it to a Remembrance Service only to get a kick in the nads from someone even crumblier than me for being disrespectful!
 
I was digging at the back of a cupboard and found a RAMC Tie which has narrow stripes & snakes underneath which are the letter OB.

I haven't got a clue where I got it from and am assuming that OB stands for Old Boy (or perhaps its Old Barsteward).

My question is..... When does one become an "Old Boy"?

Is there a specified age you have to be or time to have left the firm?

I don't want to end up in the situation where I wear it to a Remembrance Service only to get a kick in the nads from someone even crumblier than me for being disrespectful!
RAMC Old Boy Tie is for ex RAMCapprentices
I was digging at the back of a cupboard and found a RAMC Tie which has narrow stripes & snakes underneath which are the letter OB.

I haven't got a clue where I got it from and am assuming that OB stands for Old Boy (or perhaps its Old Barsteward).

My question is..... When does one become an "Old Boy"?

Is there a specified age you have to be or time to have left the firm?

I don't want to end up in the situation where I wear it to a Remembrance Service only to get a kick in the nads from someone even crumblier than me for being disrespectful!
RAMC Old boys tie is only worn by ex apprentice's.
 

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