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Old 11-11-21, 09:48 PM
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The cap and collar badges of this officer are clearly those of the Middlesex Regiment and he has RAF wings and what is probably the ribbon of an 1914-15 Star above his pocket.

I have to admit I have not seen this style of uniform -presumably blues - with an open uniform collar and a stiff collar and bow tie worn for his wedding.

Is this a recognised uniform?

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Old 12-11-21, 03:49 AM
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Something unique to the Middlesex or a Battalion of it?
For some reason I'm wondering if there's a RN link.
Three wound stripes.
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