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Regiment Identification

brummie nick

master brummie
I don't think its a Regimental badge, more like a divisional one.
I'm sure one of the Army experts will know.

Nick
 

Avolon

proper brummie kid
Alf
Thanks for the Links I shall have a look at those web sites

Nick
You could be right,
The only information we is that he was once despatch rider

Many thanks
David
 

Ray Barrett

GONE BUT NOT FORGOTTEN R.I.P.
By the style of the battledress,seems to be after 1945,and possibly Canadian.
Can't understand why there is no Regtimental shoulder flash the arm badge could be the Catterick Rose.The despatch rider could fit in with Catterick it was the home of the Royal Signals.
You can get his whole army service from army records it's now in Scotland,you need to prove who you are,and the search fee up front is £30.the Royal Navy do it for free.
 
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