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Uniforms of the Royal Air Force - Wikipedia

The Royal Air Force uniform is the standardised military dress worn by members of the Royal Air Force.The predominant colours of Royal Air Force uniforms are blue-grey and Wedgwood blue. Many Commonwealth air forces' uniforms are also based on the RAF pattern, but with nationality shoulder flashes.

Battle Dress. Battle Dress was the specific title of a military uniform adopted by the British Army in the late 1930s and worn until the 1960s. Several other nations also produced variants of Battle Dress during the Second World War, including Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, and South Africa, and after the Second World War, including Belgium and The Netherlands.

RAF Slang[RAFCommands Archive]

battle dress blues - woollen working uniform. beam (on the) - be right, understand (opposite of off (the) beam) beat up - to fly very low over those who are watching in celebration or to show off, sometimes with disciplinary action resulting or tragic consequences - also to attack. Beau - Bristol Beaufighter aircraft.

Royal Air Force uniform | Military Wiki | Fandom

The Royal Air Force uniform is the standardised military dress worn by members of the Royal Air Force. The predominant colours of Royal Air Force uniforms are blue-grey and Wedgwood blue. Many Commonwealth air forces' uniforms are also based on the RAF pattern, but with nationality shoulder flashes. Cadets of the British ATC and CCF (RAF) Sections wear similar uniforms. The RAF currently ...

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FFYL - WW2 RCAF & RAF Acronyms, Abbreviations & Slang

Fairey Battle, RAF s/e light bomber: Battle Dress: Combat, non-dress uniform with short jacket worn by RCAF, RAF & Army: Battle of Britain: Struggle for air supremacy over England won by the RAF in Sept.-Oct. 1940, stopping a German invasion: Battle of France: First meeting of the RAF & Luftwaffe as the BEF retreated across France to Dunkirk: BCATP

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War service dress RAF. War service dress, was the name given to the British army style battle dress and was first issued in 1940, It's colour being blue/grey. Later in 1943, it became standard issue for all trades. This type of dress was worn until 1948 when it was significantly altered and finally went out of service in 1973.

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WW2 RAF Attributed Aircrew Battledress Uniform & Ephemera. A rare grouping of items attributed to Flying Officer C.P. Garner-Richards a Navigator with 358 (Special Duties) Squadron which operator Liberator Bombers in the Far East. Battledress Blouse. Complete with original insignia of a flat Navigators brevet and Flying Officer rank Lace.

RAF War Service Dress Blouse – Tales from the Supply Depot

RAF War Service Dress Blouse. The Royal Navy and Royal Air Force quickly recognised the value of the new army Battledress after the outbreak of WW2. It was comfortable, practical and used less material than the more traditional uniforms and eventually both services were to grudgingly accept its use on operations.

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Original Items: One-of-a-kind. This is a Tailor-made Battle Dress Uniform set that belonged to RAF Squadron Leader E.M. Hook. We found one historical reference in SERVICE AVIATION publication from March 21st, 1940. On page 267 he is mentioned when he was promoted to Pilot Officer on October 19, 1939 as a member of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve. Included in this high quality uniform …

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It's not a US uniform, but it's later affiliation with a 4th FG pilot would make this appropriate. This 2nd pattern, British RAF Battledress belonged to a currently unidentified Squadron Leader in the RAF's famed Eagle Squadron. The fighter pilot that this belonged to was no doubt an RAF Ace, as he was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross.

1940s RAF Uniform – A Beginners Guide.

Firstly know your uniform! A little guide book from the RAF museum by Osprey Publishing in the Men at Arms series entitled The Royal Air Force 1939 – 45 is an excellent start. My copy is from the 8th reprint so they must have shifted a good number of these since 1994.

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British World War two (ww2,wwii) Women's Auxillary Air Force WAAF (service dress) SD uniform: The WAAF service dress (SD) uniform consists of a tunic and skirt. The WAAF SD (service dress) closely follows the men's RAF uniform. The tunic has 3 pronged pocket flaps (upper pockets) and large bellows type lower pockets with rectangle flaps.

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Figure 24. Corporal Piper in Full Dress 1923 in Cyprus. 'A' company 1st Battalion the King's Own Scottish Borderers. Chapter 10. Figure 25. Lieutenant in Battle Dress Uniform 1940 B.E.F. in France WW2. 1st Battalion the King's Own Scottish Borderers, 3rd Infantry Division. Figure 26. Lieutenant in Battle Dress Airborne 1944 in Arnhem WW2.

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RAFRA - Code Names and RAF vocabulary

flying brevet - cloth insignia worn on all uniforms including battle dress to indicate aircrew trade - pilots' brevets were two winged - all other crew wore a single wing with their trade marked inside a circular area at the base of the wing: in the early part of the war a trade which later disappeared was Observer (Navigator/Bomb Aimer), they ...

British Battledress - Wikipedia

Battledress was the specific title of a military uniform adopted by the British Army in the late 1930s and worn until the 1960s. Several other nations also introduced variants of battledress during the Second World War, including Australia, Canada, India, New Zealand, South Africa, and the United States of America (the E.T.O. uniform, Marine service uniform, and a flight jacket version) and ...

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PRE 1950s UNIFORMS

RAF battle dress Blouse dated 1947 with Kings crown buttons. Battle dress was first introduced in the RAF in 1942 This style of battle dress was introduced in 1947 it is similar to the army pattern 47 battle dress the differences are, the half belt at the bottom is fastened by a hook and bar system rather than a buckle and has a shaped cuff pointed at the upper edge with no button hole.

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WW2 RAF battle dress uniform. wool battle dress tunic, trousers and cap. The uniform is made from RAF blue wool.

World War Two, ww2, wwii, British RAF uniforms & Gear

World War Two (ww2,wwii) RAF,RCAF and RAAF Battle Dress Uniform ( Or Suits, aircrew): This uniform was also later called the War Service dress (difference being in the internal field dressing pocket on the trousers) and is made in blue-grey serge NOT MELTON (dark blue for RAAF). We provide a cotton twill lining and brass buttons painted black (steel buttons painted black in the case of RCAF).

New RAF Dress Uniform with Overcoat Set - THE SIXTH DIVISION

A note on the Colour of the SD (Service Dress) uniform: given this is supposed to be early war, 1940 Battle of Britain, then it shouldn't matter which country the pilot originated from as his uniform and equipment would have most likely been supplied from existing RAF stores.

Glossary of WWII RAF Slang & Terminology

Flying brevet: cloth insignia worn on all uniforms including battle dress to indicate your aircrew trade. Pilots' brevets were always two winged. Pilots' brevets were always two winged. All other crew wore a single wing with their trade marked inside a circular area at the base of the wing.

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People in British Royal Air Force uniforms talk with each other at RAF100 (Royal Air Force 100th Anniversary) Aircraft Tour in London, Britain, on July 8, 2018. The aircraft exhibition in London lasts from July 6 to July 9. Credit: Guo Qiuda/Xinhua/Alamy Live News. London, Britain. 8th July, 2018.