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Old 21-09-20, 05:09 PM
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Not felt tips - Lakeland Crayons, much easier to keep inside the lines !

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Its an Infantry thing...

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Its not really that difficult (consult AC 14323 Army Cadet Force Regulations, the full process is in there). One of the detachments in my county was badged Parachute Regiment and is now badged Grenadier Guards (we currently have eight different cap badges in the County - Grenadier Guards, RLC, Royal Artillery, RAMC, Royal Engineers, Parachute regiment, Royal Anglian and Royal Lancers)

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Old 21-09-20, 05:54 PM
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R E M E 245 many thanks
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Old 22-09-20, 05:29 AM
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As I said "they will tell you" and have that its a lot of paper work they don't want to do.
Who are "they" ? Speaking as a Deputy Commandant, the CoC have to consider any suggestions (such as this) put forward by CFAVs. It is most definitely NOT a massive amount of paperwork. If there is a good, valid logical reason why the detachment should rebadge staff it to the Commandant through your OC

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I am going to end up with one of the interviews without Coffee at HQ at this rate but the last 2 Commandants have not been enthusiastic about rebadging detachments except in the RTR case where indivuals had interests but there was no local connection whatsoever with the town.

I think I have a good case as the RWY had their HQ in the town for many years, we have a thriving OCA and 2 of the current Town Councilors including the Mayor is ex-RWY
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Not much but may be helpful to some not all modern qualifications are shown sadly
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Not much but may be helpful to some not all modern qualifications are shown sadly
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Just following up on this - these might also be of use /interest:

Army Dress Regulations (Part 8) Dress Regulations for Combined Cadet Force (Army Sections) and the Army Cadet Force. (August 2014) - Link Here

Army Cadet Force (ACF) Regulations, AC 14233 V1.12 (Feb 2017) - Link Here

A previous forum thread with a link to the 2013 CCF/ACF - Link Here

Cadet Kit Shop Badges and Insignia Poster - Link Here
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