Superintendent in Full Dress, 1967


The full dress tunic as worn by Assistant Commissioner c1938 is no longer used at this time. The tunic here is the scarlet serge with gold plaited cords attached to the shoulder straps. The waistbelt is gold laced with purple stripe. It is no longer worn; full dress, these days has the Sam Browne instead. The yellow banded forage cap is still in use however. Superintendents have gold braid on the peak, ranks above that have varying amounts of embroidered maple leaf (see Commissioner Zaccardelli)


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by Stephen Luscombe