Royal Navy, Army "crossed swords", Royal Air Force, Royal Marines, Royal Artillery, Royal Army Service Corps, Royal Engineers, REME, Royal Signals, Army Catering Corps, Light Infantry, Parachute Regiment, Royal Army Medical Corps, Royal Army Ordnance Corps, Royal Army Pay Corps, Royal Corps of Transport, Royal Military Police, Royal Tank Regiment & RAF Regiment.
In about 1990, The Queen's Regiment instituted the "Regimental Meritorious Medal" which had the Queen's Regiment capbadge surrounded by a laurel wreath with a ribbon in the regimental colours of Oxford Blue, Gold and Silver. It was a handsome medal and was awarded to members of the regiment to recognise meritorious service or some significant contribution to the Queen's Regiment. It was authorised to be worn beneath the official medals on the left breast and IMHO was infinately preferable to receiving a certficate or some other commemorative device. Sadly, only about 20 were ever awarded before the Queen's Regiment amalgamated with the Hampshire's to form the PWRR in 1992.