Tactical recognition flash

Tactical recognition flash

A Tactical recognition flash is a coloured patch worn on the arm of Combat Clothing by members of the Royal Navy [2007DIN04-101, Introduction of The Royal Navy Tactical Recognition Flash for CS95 ] , British Army [cite web|url=www.aof.mod.uk/content/docs/jsp336/3rd_ed/vol12/pt3/pam15/cover.doc|title=JSP 336 (3rd Edition), Volume 12, Part 3, Pamphlet 15, BADGES, EMBELLISHMENTS AND HEADDRESS] and Royal Air Force to distinguish their Regiment or Corps. It is similar to but distinct from the DZ Flashes worn by members of Airborne Forces.

Army

Household Cavalry

Royal Regiment of Artillery including the Royal Horse Artillery

The Queen's Dragoon Guards

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards

The Royal Dragoon Guards

The Queen's Royal Hussars

9th/12th Royal Lancers

The King's Royal Hussars

The Light Dragoons

The Queen's Royal Lancers

Royal Tank Regiment

Corps of Royal Engineers

Royal Corps of Signals

Foot Guards and London Regiment

The Royal Regiment of Scotland

The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment

The Royal Regiment of Fusiliers

The Royal Anglian Regiment

1st, 2nd, and 3rd Battalions

The Yorkshire Regiment

The Mercian Regiment

The Royal Welsh

The Royal Irish Regiment

The Royal Gurkha Rifles

Rifles

Army Air Corps

Royal Logistic Corps

Royal Army Medical Corps

Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Adjutant General's Corps Staff and Personnel Support Branch

Royal Army Veterinary Corps

Small Arms School Corps

Royal Army Dental Corps

Intelligence Corps

Army Physical Training Corps

Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps

Corps of Army Music

Royal Gibraltar Regiment

Royal Air Force

Royal Air Force

90 Signals Unit

Tactical Communications Wing

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