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RAF A (Auxillery) Brass Collar Badges Pair

RAAF Officers A (Auxiliary) brass collar badges

These were worn by Officers on the collars of their Service Dress Tunic, Issued to RAF Officers who had enlisted before the war and it was a mark honour, Latter Auxiliary were transferred to VR

  • Height 12mm
  • Brass 
  • 2 suds on rear to fit onto your tunic


The Royal Auxiliary Air Force owes its origin to Lord Trenchard's vision of an e


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RAAF Officers A (Auxiliary) brass collar badges

These were worn by Officers on the collars of their Service Dress Tunic, Issued to RAF Officers who had enlisted before the war and it was a mark honour, Latter Auxiliary were transferred to VR

  • Height 12mm
  • Brass 
  • 2 suds on rear to fit onto your tunic


The Royal Auxiliary Air Force owes its origin to Lord Trenchard's vision of an elite corps of civilians who would serve their country in flying squadrons in their spare time. Instituted by Order in Council on 9 October 1924, the first Auxiliary Air Force squadrons were formed the following year. The pilots of AAF squadrons were generally formed from the wealthier classes, as applicants were expected to already have, or be prepared to obtain, their pilot's licence at their own expense.

Pilots of the AAF were expected to join for a period of no less than five years, and were required to fly a few hours every quarter and attend annual training for 15 days. Each squadron was provided with a town base for training, and facilities at an aerodrome.

All serving members were required to wear the letter A on their uniforms.

Weight: 20 grams
Service: Air Force
Insignia Type: Pin Badge