RLC Regimental Colours

#21
HE117 said:
OK, let me have a go....

As I recall:

RE - Blue and Red
RAOC - Blue and Red
RCT - Blue and White
ACC Blue and Yellow

Does this help...?
That would make sense although I think the yellow may supposed to be gold?

Jockster
 
#22
Empty,
Go hang your nut in shame RFC is the name given to our winged crab brethren before they walked sideways RFC=Royal Flying Corps

Take it the yellow represents egg/custard stains down the sloppo's whites?
 
#24
Outstanding said:
Or a large strip down their backs??
Steady - you will be challenged with ladles at 20 paces...!

Remember - always be civil to the catering staff unless you intend to shoot & cook all your own stuff from now on.. :oops:
 
#26
Outstanding said:
HE117 said:
Outstanding said:
Or a large strip down their backs??
Steady - you will be challenged with ladles at 20 paces...!

Remember - always be civil to the catering staff unless you intend to shoot & cook all your own stuff from now on.. :oops:
Is that PAYD??
Could be...

I think you may just have hit on the solution!

Ugly - what is the current approved calibre and open season for Sodexho cooks? :twisted:
 
#27
If all the chefs post are civilianised and it stops being a CEG in the RLC, can we get rid of our dogsh1t motto?
 
#28
HE117 said:
OK, let me have a go....

As I recall:

RE - Blue and Red
RAOC - Blue and Red
RCT - Blue and White
ACC Blue and Yellow

Does this help...?
You seem to have a problem with the order of precedence................

And where are the Chunkies?
 
#30
Outstanding said:
Chunkies? Digging Latrines or guarding gates
thats why i think they are great, because it means i never have to.
 
#32
Bubbles_Barker said:
HE117 said:
OK, let me have a go....

As I recall:

RE - Blue and Red
RAOC - Blue and Red
RCT - Blue, Red and White
RPC - Blue, Red, Green
ACC Blue and Yellow

Does this help...?
You seem to have a problem with the order of precedence................

And where are the Chunkies?
I have no problems with precidence.... :roll:
 
#34
At first I thought this was a thread about Regt Colours, meaning a flag that you salute, get out on special occasions etc. This would have no doubt been followed by talk on battle honours (insert G3 slagging), individual Regimental flags and banners before some scamp suggested in the morning you should salute the trucks / knife belt / man portable plant / hand palletiser* Artillery stylee.

I've come to realise that his is actually a thread on what colours were inherited and retained from the forming Corps i.e. the Officer’s club tie - dull, dull, dull, dull, dull!!

(*Delete as a appropriate.)
 
#36
LMAO - you beat me to it!
 
#39
dingerr said:
I know one thing:

The streak of yellow never came from the RAOC.
I've said it before and I'll say it again.

The early RAOC stable belt had gold (yellow) in it nearly the same as the RLC belt. RAOC Officers side hats had gold piping on the crown. The AOC mess kit was the same as the RLC mess kit apart that it had scarlet collar and cuffs rather than blue.

Enjoy.
 
#40
General Melchett said:
dingerr said:
I know one thing:

The streak of yellow never came from the RAOC.
I've said it before and I'll say it again.

The early RAOC stable belt had gold (yellow) in it nearly the same as the RLC belt. RAOC Officers side hats had gold piping on the crown. The AOC mess kit was the same as the RLC mess kit apart that it had scarlet collar and cuffs rather than blue.

Enjoy.
Will you stop spoiling it when i am fishing for a bite, your ruining my fun :D
 
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