The regulation method of wearing the insignia is given. There are many instances of the regulations being ignored.
|RA Cap Badge|
This badge was worn in brass by all ranks on the Forage Cap & the GS Cap (from 1943) and by OR’s on the Service Dress Cap & the Drab Field Service Cap (until 1941).
It was worn in bronze by Officers on the Service Dress Cap.
|RA Collar Badge|
Worn by Officers in gold & silver embroidery on a red background on the Coloured Field Service Cap and in bronze on the Service Dress collar & Drab Field Service Cap.
Worn in brass by OR’s on the Service Dress collar & Field Service Cap (1941-43). Worn on the General Service Cap by some units (post 1943).
|Arm Title (From 1943)|
Worn at the top of the sleeve
|Arm of Service Strip (from 1941)|
Worn below Formation Sign on both sleeves of Battledress. Also worn on the Greatcoat, the only badge other than rank to be worn on that garment. Red portion to the front.
|Shoulder Titles Brass|
Worn by OR’s on the shoulder strap of Service Dress.
|Shoulder Titles Cloth|
Worn by OR’s on the shoulder strap of Battledress until replaced by Arm of Service Strip. Also worn on shoulder straps of tropical dress.
The RA was worn by Officers on the end of cloth slip on rank badges.
The white plaited lanyard was worn on the right shoulder by other ranks on service & battledress.
Photos show a non-plaited version of twin cords being worn.
|Arm Gun Badge|
There were at least 2 different patterns of cloth badge worn with SNCO’s rank badges. On the Battledress blouse it was often worn in brass.
|Warrant Officers Rank Badges|
These were often worn in brass instead of cloth on the Battledress.
Staff Sergeants often wore a brass crown instead of the cloth version.