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Old 12-01-19, 11:09 PM
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Very nice chap Andy
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Originally Posted by JON188 View Post
Very nice chap Andy
Good to see his done well for himself.
Leave to carry on Sir please.
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Old 19-01-19, 08:47 PM
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Default SAS wings

Really good and interesting information of the Boss's SAS rank slides but to bring the thread back to the original question, I attach two further photos.

One of a Guards officer in the 1990s wearing a blue frock coat with the standard colour SAS wings, rather than an bullion version, and one of the CDS in 1997 wearing Full Dress with bullion SAS wings. which have a blacked backing rather than red, and which are the gold chute and silver wings variant.

My point is that there appears to be no discernible rules with these wings.....
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