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Old 31-01-19, 05:06 PM
Colin S Colin S is offline
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Yes, they did - I can't remember if the Coy with 2 Para did though.
No, the Gurkha Reinforcement Company with 2 PARA just wore the their RGR cap badge on a maroon beret without any backing.

Those parachute qualified elements of 1 RGR who were serving with the battalion as part of 5th Airborne Brigade in 1997 wore a rifle green backing to their RGR badges on their maroon berets, while non- airborne elements wore their standard rifle green lids.

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