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        BELT COLOURS - navy blue, red and yellow

        (Above) - 13 (Air Assault) Support Regiment RLC - 16 (Air Assault) Brigade

        With thanks to Alan Woolley

        BELOW - Royal Logistic Corps Stable Belt with Royal Army Medical Corps buckle

        The RLC/RAMC combo came from a local surplus store who stated it was brought in by a female.
        It was set at 30?waist. Size label is S. The buckle is marked HOBSON&SON (LONDON) LTD

        With thanks Ian Drummer

        BELOW - Royal Logistic Corps with Divers buckle

        A Divers trade stable belt worn by personnel of the Port & maritime unit Marchwood.
        Belt has a divers helmet and the belt material is the same as the normal belt.

        With thanks Paul Johnson


        Soldiers wear the gold clip fastening stable belt. Officers are to wear the leather buckle side fastening stable belt, with the buckle worn over the left hip and fastening straps pointing backwards

        "I was RAOC then RLC, I really like the idea of wearing stable belts. It is something that shows of your Corps or Regiment when not wearing your head dress, before the days of the TRF. It could be expensive if you had to buy a belt every time you went to a different brigade. We used to have pioneers who wore the side fastening RLC belt. That upset the officers. The pioneers said it was due to them doing a lot of physical work, bending etc and the ORs belt would dig into their stomach with the metal buckle. I don抰 know how long they were allowed to wear the officers belt, Pioneers were considered the odd cousin within the Corps and often a law unto themselves, they were often regiments by themselves and were not located with other RLC trade groups in the big regiments, which often contained a postal courier element, a supply element, a transport element and of course a chef element."

        Received with thanks (March 2020)

        The female stable belt 5cm in width compared to the male stable belt 6cm in width

        Manufacturers Marks On Buckles and Belts

        The two buckles shown above are from Toye Kenning and Spencer Ltd

        Toye Kenning and Spencer Ltd label on inside of stable belt

        Rear of buckle Hobson and Son

        Label on inside of stable belt Hobson and Son


        Officers - top and bottom a gold 5 mm with dark blue separated in the centre by 2 scarlet bands 10 mm wide divided by a dark blue band 3 mm wide. Fastened with tan leather straps.

        Soldiers - top and bottom a gold 5 mm with dark blue separated in the centre by scarlet bands 10 mm wide divided by a dark blue band 3 mm wide. Fastened with gold coloured gilt Mazak locket buckle featuring the cap badge in the centre and Royal Logistic Corps embossed around the buckle.

        Corps Dress Regulations November 2016

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