Lance-Corporal, Shirt Sleeve Order 1994


This order of dress is only worn in barracks during warm weather. The rank of lance-corporal is indicated with two stripes in the Guards Division. The next rank up is lance-sergeant, then sergeant. There are no corporals. His forage cap has the basic brass edge to the peak, as for Guardsmen. Lance-sergeants have one extra line and sergeants have two. The stable belt is concealed by his arms but is red with blue edges.


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