CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

Colours as follows

1st belt - deep red with two blue parallel bands

2nd belt - A standard Royal Engineers stable belt
but with the addition of a central, thin blue stripe

Used by the Air Troop, Royal Engineers, 1950s-1980s

With thanks to the Royal Engineers Museum

(Below) 51 Field Squadron, RE - 24 Airmobile Brigade

(Below) Independent Field Troop, RE - ACE Mobile Force (Land)

With thanks to Alan Woolley

BELOW - THE ROYAL MONMOUTHSHIRE ROYAL ENGINEERS (MILITIA)

BELOW - THE CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS - COMMANDO

BELOW - THE CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS - AIRBORNE

BELOW - ROYAL ENGINEERS - 16TH AIR ASSAULT BRIGADE

BELOW - BAND OF THE CORPS OF ROYAL ENGINEERS

With Thanks to Alan Woolley

BELOW - 33 & 101 ENGINEER REGIMENT (EXPLOSIVE ORDNANCE DISPOSAL)

With Thanks to Alan Woolley

BELOW - COUNTER IMPROVISED EXPLOSIVE DEVICES

BELOW - ROYAL ENGINEERS DIVER TRAINING WING

With Thanks to Alan Woolley

BELOW - ROYAL JERSEY MILITIA RE (V) JERSEY FIELD SQUADRON (RE)

With Thanks to Alan Woolley

BELOW - QUEEN'S GURKHA ENGINEERS

BELOW - TECHNICAL TRADES


Depicting a Martello Tower

BELOW - 42 ENGINEER REGIMENT (GEOGRAPHIC)

OTHER INFORMATION

Scarlet 9.5mm, dark blue 11mm, scarlet 35mm, dark blue 11mm, scarlet 9.5mm. Designs vary from leather straps fastened at the left side to cast buckles which fasten in the centre and carry the RE cap badge design. Those personnel who have served Air Asslt, Cdo, EODor who are cap badged R Mon RE (M) are permitted to wear specific designs of buckle in perpetuity. Whilst serving on the strength of QGE, Def Diving Sch or RMons RE (M), personnel are permitted to wear appropriate design for the unit as authorised by the RE Regtl Col.

ARMY DRESS REGULATIONS (ALL RANKS)Part 4 THE CORPS DRESS REGULATIONS
Ministry of Defence PS12(A) May 2012


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