Captain C L Norman, 1908

Captain Norman was the officer in charge ofthe Kings Indian Orderly Officers in 1908. Unlike the other two Guides officers who commanded this annual detail, he wears breeches and boots instead of overalls. These have similar stripes down the outside, two beige silk lace stripes with a narrow red light between. His rank is denoted by three pips on his shoulder cords and not by any extra decoration on the cuffs and collar. His helmet is the older style foreign service type.

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