GHQ Far East Land Forces Formation Sign FARELF (Also SEALF and ALFSEA)

GHQ Far East Land Forces Formation Sign FARELF

This example printed on white cotton. A sword and red crossed crusader shield in white over a pair of wings in gold. The background in light blue with a dark blue base.
The badge symbolizes the wings of victory carrying the crusader shield and sword over the seas to liberate the Far -East occupied territories.

Worn by: Allied Land Forces South East Asia (ALFSEA), 1944; HQ South East Asia Land Forces (SEALF), 1946; GHQ Far East Land Forces (FARELF) >1947

 Allied Land Forces South East Asia (ALFSEA), 1944
1964 The RASC in Singapore
(1964 The RASC in Singapore) The Chief Engineer of the LCT ARROMANCHES, one of the vessels of the Royal Army Service Corps Fleet serving in the Far East, Warrant Officer I H.W. Lockey, carries out preliminary checks in the engine room prior to the ship’s departure from Singapore to Penang. The ship’s 4th Engineer, Corporal Omir bin Ishak, a locally enlisted Malay NCO, calls out the check list.
© IWM (TR 22526)

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