... Watchman The Mercian Regiment 1st Battalion, The Mercian Regiment ... Staffordshire Regiment - Town major Wetter, Westphalia 1945. It was withdrawn from general issue in 1914. Part 13 - Instructions for the Wearing of the Insignia of Orders, Decorations and Medals Op TOSCA - Cyprus. In the “Dress Regulations for the Army 1900” – The official War Office publication for dress regulations, it describes the Service Helmet as “cork covered with blue cloth, peaks front and back stiffened and covered with cloth. Formed from the Cheshire, Staffordshire and Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiments. The Royal Corps of Signals (No.1 Dress Uniform) 4. Each regiment/corps has it's own particular set of unique regulations for uniform appearance and wear which are decided by the Regimental/Corps Dress Committee. Operation Telic (Iraq) 2010. The Parachute Regiment (No.1 Dress Uniform) 2. Full dress is the most elaborate and traditional order worn by the British Army. Paragraph 20, Dress Regulations for the Mercian Regiment, January 2009 Lieutenant C.M. Riflemen pride themselves on being distinctive, forward looking, modern and professional. The Adjutant Generals Corp (No.1 Dress Uniform) 5. From 1890 to 1901 officers of the regiment used a helmet plate depicting the imperial crown at the top, this was later updated in 1901 to 1923 to depict the St. Edward’s crown instead. Mercian Regiment Reproductions, Restrikes, Fakes, Forgeries, and Copies Mercian Regiment - British & Commonwealth Military Badge Forum Recent Books by Forum Members Discover History - Living History (relating to the Worcestershire Regiment). The Mercian Regiment DRESS REGULATIONS FOR THE MERCIAN REGIMENT (JAN 09) Royal Mercian and Lancastrian Yeomanry Army Service Numbers 1881-1918 British Army medal index cards 1914-1920; WORCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT (CAP BADGE) - Parliament Debate from 1957. The Rifles is an exciting Regiment that was formed in 2007 through the merger of four famous Regiments and forged during the campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan. 2014-15. Some regiments have placed this in the public domain ie the Mercian Regiment or the Rifles. The Household Division resumed wearing their scarlet and blue full dress in 1920, but for the remainder of the Army, red coats and other colourful items of dress were only worn by regimental bands; in mess dress or on certain limited social or ceremonial occasions. Uniform numbers. Op TOSCA - Cyprus. Fourteen numbered 'orders' of dress (in addition to full dress) are set out in Army Dress Regulations though individual Regiment and Corps dress committees do add to this. The Royal Logistics Corps (No.1 Dress Uniform) 5. With the general adoption of khaki for field dress in 1903, the helmet became purely a full-dress … Front peak bound with metal 3/16 inch wide, back peak with patent leather 1/8 inch wide. 2007. "Full Dress" is also prescribed for individual regiments; outside the Household Division and Corps of Army Music it is however seldom worn except by regimental drummers, buglers and other limited categories. 2007-2009. Stevens, Seaforth Highlanders of Canada 2018 Special Honours (3,023 words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article The Corps of Royal Engineers (No.1 Dress Uniform) 3. The Mercian Regiment has deployed on more than ten operational tours since its formation, making it one of the most operationally experienced. These changes are to ensure Covid regulations are maintained and to protect the health and safety of all our staff and visitors. It is a point of pride to say