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Old 24-08-18, 08:40 AM
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The officer in the 'beret' looks like it has a dark hackle in the front. His uniform also has black buttons, a dark lanyard and what looks like a black Sam Browne.

Also the beret is poorly shaped, and I don't think any soldier by that period in the war would not know how to shape and wear a beret properly (General officers excepted, of course). Could it be, and I'm no expert here, a Caubeen rather than a beret?

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Dan.
It’s a rifle green beret with a cord boss and badge, which together with black buttons, absence of collar badges, and Sam Browne belt suggests either, KRRC, or RB, methinks.
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