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  • Chevrons - Standard

    Chevrons - Standard

    Within the defence and cadet forces, in the CARICOM countries, one chevron designates a lance corporal, two a corporal, and three a sergeant.

    Regular Price: 0.5000

    Special Price: $0.45

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  • Shoulder Sashes

    Shoulder Sashes

    The shoulder sash is worn by Sergeant to Warrant Officer Class 2 during regimental parades or during assigned duties. They range in length from 58inches to 62inches. Jamaica Combined Cadet Force wears a red one. Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force wears a red sash and Barbados Cadet Corp wears a navy blue sash.

    $49.99
  • Olive Green Airsoft Combat Rucksack

    Olive Green Airsoft Combat Rucksack

    Material:         Outer fabric 1000 Denier waterproof Cordura, VS 600 Denier Cordura


    Sizes:               45L, 60L, 65L 


    Colours:          British DPM and Olive Green


    Features:        Zipped side pockets, zip compartments, chest tensioner/strap and quick release waist belts.


     

    $119.99
  • Sam Browne

    Sam Browne

    The device became the mainstay of British Army Officers following its adoption during the Second Boer War.  A different arrangement of the ‘Sam Browne’ was popular with British Officers and Commonwealth Armed Forces which consisted of a wide belt with two vertical supporting straps-one over each shoulder. 

  • First Aid Kit

    First Aid Kit

    First aid kits are a collection of equipment or supplies used when giving first aid. This kit is waterproof to keep the contents clean and dry, and it is a convenient, compact size that is light and can fit almost anywhere (home, car, bag, or even your pocket).

    $5.00
  • Chevrons - Embroidered

    Chevrons - Embroidered

    In the Caribbean, one chevron designates a lance corporal, two a corporal, and three a sergeant. This insignia is worn on the right shirt or jacket sleeve of the uniforms. Chevrons worn in the Caribbean are usually either worsted embroidered (Green, Khaki or white) or machine stitched (black or white).

    $2.45
  • Metal Badge of Rank - Warrant Officer Class II

    Metal Badge of Rank - Warrant Officer Class II

    Metal crowns are either gold or brass finish. They come with a double shank with split pin fitting and brass base plate which protects the wrist band from damage by the crown and gives the crown extra brightness. 

    $29.99
  • Metal Badge of Rank- 1/2" Mess Pips

    Metal Badge of Rank- 1/2" Mess Pips

    The first British Army rank insignia were introduced in 1760. Badges for field officers were first introduced in 1810. These badges consisted of (and still consist of) crowns and pips. 

    $11.99
  • Ceremonial Sword Knot

    Ceremonial Sword Knot

    Centuries ago the sword knot was used to wrap a swordsman wrist and securing his grip to the hilt to prevent his loss of his blade in battle. Presently, the sword knot is now mandatory, but ornamental and decorative accessory to service personnel. 

  • Waist Sash

    Waist Sash

    Sashes traditionally form part of formal military attire. A similar crimson silk net sash is worn around the waist by officers of the Foot Guards in scarlet full dress and officers of line infantry in dark blue "Number 1" dress. The same practice is followed in some Commonwealth armies.

    $79.99

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