dangerboy said:A lot of people when it comes to mess kit due to the fact that they paid for it themselves view dress regulations as a mere guidelines that are open to interpretation and will wear badges that they have been awarded.
Rhodesian said:Right shoulder, believe 2" below shoulder seam.
eliminator said:15. Where an equivalent CF badge has not been designed or approved for wear, the allied country badge presented for the prescribed qualification shall be worn like a CF badge according to wear instructions In paragraphs 7. and 8. and Annex B. If wearing both a CF badge and a foreign badge, the CF badge shall take precedence. The following prescribed foreign qualification badges are authorized for wear on the CF uniform:
a. United States Army Ranger Badge (a cloth sleeve badge);
b. United States Army Special Forces Badge (a cloth sleeve badge);
c. United States Army Ranger Badge (metal pocket badge); and
d. United States Army Special Forces Badge (metal pocket badge).
As was quoted above from Dress Regs, one may wear earned foreign wings/dive badges:George Wallace said:What I understood while OUTCAN, was that you could wear foreign badges on your DEU while OUTCAN, but they had to be removed once you returned to Canada.
Understandable; as a tanker, you likely don't get many deployments or jump courses -- gotta do something to spruce up that Mess Kit so you're not mistaken for the wine steward. :stirpot:Shamrock said:That's how I get away wearing with my stamp collecting badge I got in Cubs.
Journeyman said:As was quoted above from Dress Regs, one may wear earned foreign wings/dive badges:
- while on duty in that specific country,
- when working with that country's military,
- when attending a formal function sponsored by that country.
Understandable; as a tanker, you likely don't get many deployments or jump courses -- gotta do something to spruce up that Mess Kit so you're not mistaken for the wine steward. :stirpot:
;D <---- added so some 2Lt doesn't wade in again saying "I don't get it." It's just a joke.
Luk007 said:British parachute wings : It seems to go on the right shoulder, 2" ish below shoulder seam.
Is it the same thing for Army, Navy and Air Force mess kit ?