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  • Badge of Rank - Worsted Crowns

    Badge of Rank - Worsted Crowns

    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. These rank insignia were worn on shoulder epaulettes.

    $9.99
  • 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
  • Jungle  or Bush Hat

    Jungle or Bush Hat

    Whether you know it as a jungle hat, bush hat or field hat, the jungle hat is a necessity when you are out in the field or jungle.  The jungle hat is a commonly worn hat by militaries that features a wide brim style and this is why it became popular as it protected soldiers from the heat of tropical conditions and heavy rainfall.

    $10.85

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  • Drum Major Mace

    Drum Major Mace

    The mace has long been associated as a symbol of authority. The mace is not simply a designation of authority but is used by defined drill movements to signal commands to the band. The mace is fashioned from base metal or Sterling silver, finished in silver plate or gold gilt. The average length overall of a mace is 58 inches. 

  • Ceremonial Chevrons

    Ceremonial Chevrons

    A chevron is a rank insignia worn by Non-Commissioned Officers (Lance Corporal, Corporal, Sergeant, and Staff Sergeant) of the British Army and most of the Commonwealth Countries’ defence, police and cadet forces. Active Gear offers a wide range of chevrons to choose from done at the highest quality to suit your units, companies, battalion’s needs. We also have gold embroidered chevrons on scarlet felt backing for your Ceremonial Dress. 

    $5.00

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  • Ceremonial Badge of Rank- Warrant Officers and Staff Sergeants

    Ceremonial Badge of Rank- Warrant Officers and Staff Sergeants

    Here in the Caribbean, our rank insignias are adopted from the British Army rank system. Warrant Officer class I (WOI) wears an embroidered Royal Coat of Arms on khaki, scarlet or royal blue backing on the lower sleeve of the Ceremonial dress.  Additionally, an embroidered Royal Arms with red, green or blue border is worn on the lower sleeve of the Service Dress. Here at Active Gear Limited we sell Royal Arms on khaki, blue or scarlet backing for ceremonial dress and red, blue or green bordered Royal Arms for Service Dress. Additionally, we supply embroidered gold  and scarlet backing WOII, RQMS and Staff sergeant crowns for Ceremonial and Mess Dress.

    $24.21

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  • Female Future Army Dress (FAD) Cap

    Female Future Army Dress (FAD) Cap

    The female forage cap is round at the top and has a rise in the middle of the cap, giving the cap a feminine touch. In the Caribbean the female forage cap is worn by officers and adult instructors in the Cadet Forces with various uniforms.  The Jamaica Combined Cadet Force officers wear khaki peaked cap with the parade and work dress and a black ceremonial and service dress cap with a diced band in the Force’s colour of navy blue, red and royal blue.   Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force wears a khaki peak cap and a black ceremonial dress cap. In the Barbados Cadet Force, a khaki peaked cap is worn with the service dress and in the sea cadets’ section male officers wearing a white frame peaked cap with the females wearing a white female navy cap. 

    $89.99

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  • Male Future Army Dress (FAD) Cap

    Male Future Army Dress (FAD) Cap

    In the Caribbean the peaked cap is worn by officers and adult instructors in the Cadet Forces with various uniforms.  The Jamaica Combined Cadet Force officers wear a black ceremonial and service dress cap with a diced band in the Force’s colour of navy blue, red and royal blue. Trinidad and Tobago Cadet Force wears a khaki peak cap and a black ceremonial dress cap. In the Barbados Cadet Force, a khaki peaked cap is worn with the service dress and in the sea cadets’ section male officers wearing a white frame peaked cap with the females wearing a white female navy cap. 

    $89.99

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  • Badge of Rank- Worsted Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant

    Badge of Rank- Worsted Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant

    Regimental quartermaster-sergeants wore four chevrons on the lower sleeve, point upwards, with an eight pointed star above, but adopted the crown when they too became warrant officers class II in 1915. In their case, however, the crown was surrounded by a wreath. 

    $15.99

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