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Old 21-04-17, 09:44 AM
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Default 299 Signal Squadron (Special Communications) TRF

Here is a brassard with 299 Sig Sqn (SC) TRF. Its members have to attend the
'Special Communications Course (SCC) 34 weeks long and split into three modules; military and underpinning skills, special communications equipment and procedures and special to role environmental training.' (from British Army website)
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A very short lived patch from a very small unit. 299 now wear the 1 Sig Bde patch in line with the policy on unit patches.
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Old 21-04-17, 12:31 PM
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Do you know when this badge was worn ?
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Yes. In 2015. By 2016 the direction was given that all unit badges were to be removed and only bde badges were to be worn.
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Thank you for these interesting precisions.
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Opsec?
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Old 21-04-17, 05:28 PM
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Hardly it's all open source:

http://www.army.mod.uk/signals/25873.aspx

The sqn emblem is on the right hand side.

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Not to worry, I'm sure a well known seaside based seller will start thumping them out for those of us who never came across one!
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Not to worry, I'm sure a well known seaside based seller will start thumping them out for those of us who never came across one!
More of my point too haha
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