Apologies if this has been done before... I've just exchanged a shirt for the first time in about 3 years (they seem to last longer than the trousers), and was chuffed to find the Union Flag/Emblem was already sewn on. I was less chuffed to find that it was in the wrong place, instead of going down the natural crease of the arm (shoulder to cuff, opposite the seam under the arm) it was about 5/6cm to far forward. They hadn't even bothered to fold under the surplus on either side of the badge (granted, I may just be a bit **** about that). Presumably extra has been added to the contract to get the shirts tailored as such, and then we have to unpick it and sew it back on ourselves (or get the tailor to do it - at more public expense) to avoid the wrath of the RSM. Is there a way of moaning about this to the DCTA, or do we just put up with it? I'm well aware that there are more pressing matters troubling the Army at the moment (no ammo/body armour - no pretty much everything) but it annoys me when we just p!55 money away for no reason. Rant over - Cheers.