No. 2 (Full) Service Working Dress (No. 2 (Full) SD)
Uniform:Beret Jumpe
r Brassard (and rank slides/lanyard where appropriate) Long-sleeved Wedgewood shirt, Black tie, Belt ,Trousers/skirt (with tights ) Parade shoes

Points to Note: Brassard (and rank slides/lanyard where appropriate) are always on the outside of the jumper.  The tie should have a Windsor knot.  Belts are worn underneath the jumper.  White belts may be worn, when directed, outside the jumper.  Female Cadets can choose between skirts or slacks.  If tights are worn, they should be 15 Denier (nearly black).  If trousers are worn, black socks should be worn.

No. 2 SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with ceremonial belt) No. 2 SD, Male, Cdt Sgt No. 2 SD, Female, Cdt Sgt No. 2A Service Working Dress (No. 2A SD)


Uniform:Beret, Brassard (and rank slides/lanyard where appropriate )Long-sleeved Wedgewood shirt, Black tie, Belt, Trousers/skirt (with tights), Parade shoes.

Points to Note: The tie should have a Windsor knot.  Stable belts or standard issue grey belts should be worn. White belts may be worn, when directed.  Female Cadets can choose between skirts or slacks.  If tights are worn, they should be 15 Denier (nearly black.) If trousers are worn, black socks should be worn. 

No. 2A SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with RAF stable belt)No. 2A SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with ceremonial belt)No. 2A SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with standard belt)

No. 2C Service Working Dress (No. 2C SD)
Uniform:
Beret, Jumper, Brassard (and rank slides/lanyard where appropriate)Working Blues shirt, Belt, Trousers/skirt (with tights), Parade shoes.

 Points to Note: Brassard (and rank slides/lanyard where appropriate) are always on the outside of the jumper. Jumpers may be worn with this uniform. Sleeves can be rolled up or down . Belts are worn underneath the jumper. Female Cadets can choose between skirts or slacks. If tights are worn, they should be 15 Denier (nearly black). If trousers are worn, black socks should be worn

 No. 2C SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with RAF stable belt)No. 2C SD, Male, Cdt Sgt (with standard belt)No. 2C SD, Female, Cdt Sgt (with jumper)


 No. 3 Service Dress - Operational (No. 3 SD)Uniform:Beret, Smock, Shirt, T-shirt, Trousers, Boots.

Points to Note: T-shirt colour should match/be similar to the MTP/DPM colours - black or khaki, depending on the style worn. Stable belts may be worn with this uniform, except when ‘in the field.  Either MTP (Multi-Terrain Pattern - light green) or DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material – dark green) may be worn. PCS or CS95 MTP may be worn.  Shirt sleeves can be worn up or down (always down in the field). Air Cadet patch is to be worn on the right arm. Black boots can be worn with MTP or DPM. Brown boots may only be worn with MTP

No. 3 SD (short sleeved), Male, Cdt Cpl (with RAF stable belt)No. 3 SD (short sleeved), Male, Cdt Cpl (with olive green belt)No. 3 SD (short sleeved), Female, Cdt Sgt (with RAF stable belt)No. 3 SD (short sleeved), Female, Cdt Sgt (with olive green belt)No. 3 SD (long sleeved), Male, Cdt Cpl (with RAF stable belt)No. 3 SD (long sleeved), Male, Cdt Cpl (with olive green belt)

MTP (illustrations not available in MTP)


Cadets will be issued with blue uniforms, however they need to supply their own parade shoes, boots and green belts.  We do have some MTP/DPM available in certain sizes however if we do not have your size it is up to you to purchase your own.  If cadets lose an item of clothing they need to purchase a replacement, if they grow out of an item that we supply or it needs replacing we will replace it.







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