Other badges, some official,
some unofficial. all military related.
sold in camping stores
Caterpillar Club & the Flying Boot Club were jointly called
"The Late Arrivals"
Club" badge as worn by airmen who owed their life to the use of a
Boot" badge as worn by airmen who bailed out over enemy territory
and walked to freedom. Unofficial.
Reserve lapel badge
Left: CMF lapel badges circa 1960
Hill was a famous Western Australian training area for the 1st and 2nd
AIF. This is an unofficial badge from there.
On the left hand side the letter
"B" has been snapped off.
93 Battalions of the AIR wore brass numerals on the front of their
slouch hats. When WW1 started the AIF for a short time used brass
numerals worn on the shoulder strap to indicate Battalion number, (this
was BEFORE the introduction of the colour patch system). These are 3
of the Army
Adventure Training Wing
Force East Timor-INTERFET
coveted Para wings now worn by 3RAR
Volunteer Air Observers
Corps (VAOC) - red, white and blue enamel with a gold eagle.
Defence Corps WW2
AFC Shoulder title over
the curved Australia, both worn on the epaulette.
WW2 Chaplains badge
Photo Ian Shrallow
Hat badge and collar dogs
of a Christian Chaplain in the Army 2002
BCOF (Japan) Patch
Shoulder patch of the
Jungle Training Unit "Battle Wing" at Tully in Nth Queensland
Fob badge of the Citizens
Military forces post WW2
CMF Lapel badge
Australian Army Service
Australian Corps of
General staff emblem in
RSM's Badge of Rank pre
Winged Bullet badge of the Air
Gunners of RFC, RNAS, AFC
Australian Army Cadets
General Officer hat
This Australian Field
Force Command sticker is printed by Simplex Labels in Dandenong,
Victoria. This sticker measures 12.5 x 12.5cm