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    I have my nametage and GSM.

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    On My Uniform:
    -Corporal Badges
    -Basic Course Badge
    -Level 2 Marksman Badge
    -Nametag
    -Cenntenial of Flight pin
    -Rank Slip-Ons

    Should Be on My Uniform:
    -Shoulder Flashes
    -Level 2 Completion Badge
    -Basic Band Course Badge
    -Music Lyre Badge (but no level since i have basic )

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    Uh, nothing right now seeing as i have to re-sew EVERYTHING. But after a little while i should have:

    F/Cpls
    (Hopefully Drum Maj.)
    ITRCC Badge
    Basic Badge
    Music Badge
    Level 3 Training
    Bronze Fitness
    Distinguished Marksman
    Level 1 Bandsman (Doing testing when Cadets starts again since my Music Course Application papers were lost)
    Zone Range Pin
    Zone Biathlon Pin
    (Hopefully Effective Speaking if we do it this year)
    Connaught Pin
    Centennial Pin

    P.S. Do we wear the Centennial Pin until Jan 01/10? Or was that just authorized for the prev. training year?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Villanueva_820 View Post
    P.S. Do we wear the Centennial Pin until Jan 01/10? Or was that just authorized for the prev. training year?
    We wear it for the rest of 2009.

    & Where on your uniform do you guys wear the Connaught pin? (Just curious.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Frizabeth29 View Post
    We wear it for the rest of 2009.

    & Where on your uniform do you guys wear the Connaught pin? (Just curious.)
    Centre of the left breast pocket. I'm not 100% sure since the last person in my Sqn. to go to Connaught went there 5 years ago and has aged out. So I'm just going by what the camp staff told us. Also, I can't find any CATO on camp pins, so since its not mentioned in the CATO is it authorized? The staff (including the officer staff) at Connaught said it was authorized for wear on our DUs, but I'm having trouble finding anything written saying that it is. Help anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Villanueva_820 View Post
    Centre of the left breast pocket. I'm not 100% sure since the last person in my Sqn. to go to Connaught went there 5 years ago and has aged out. So I'm just going by what the camp staff told us. Also, I can't find any CATO on camp pins, so since its not mentioned in the CATO is it authorized? The staff (including the officer staff) at Connaught said it was authorized for wear on our DUs, but I'm having trouble finding anything written saying that it is. Help anyone?
    If you want the short answer on that, the rule of thumb is found in Para 17 of the CATO:

    UNAUTHORIZED UNIFORMS

    17. This CATO details the dress policy and authorized items of dress. If an item of wear is not included in this CATO, it is not authorized and shall not be worn.
    I must admit I don't know what the Connaught Pin is all about but perhaps in falls into two categories: Anniversary pin or "other"

    If it is an anniversary pin from a CSTC or RGS:

    56. When authorized, the CSTC and RGS anniversary pin can only be worn for specific ceremonies, as indicated by the CSTC or RGS CO for the summer period in which the anniversary is celebrated.
    Therefore since it's not the summer any more, you can no longer wear it.

    If it is "other"

    OTHER AUTHORIZED BADGES AND PINS


    50. Position on uniform and conditions of eligibility for other badges and pins can be found at Annex D, with illustrated references at Annex F.
    Annex D doesn't mention and Annex F doesn't show a Connaught pin.

    So, unless there is some other regulation out there (and not just the word of CSTC staff) that mentions the pin being authorized, off it comes.

    Sorry.
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    Quote Originally Posted by J-P Johnson View Post
    If you want the short answer on that, the rule of thumb is found in Para 17 of the CATO.

    I must admit I don't know what the Connaught Pin is all about but perhaps in falls into two categories: Anniversary pin or "other"
    I remember reading up on this once.. forget exactly where it was, but from what I remember, this is the standard I saw:

    CSTC pins are authorized, but only very small CSTC pins (I've come across two sizes, ones roughly the size of the tip of your thumb, and ones the size of the tip of your pinky finger, the pinky finger ones are allowed). And from what I remember, it is only the golden colored ones -- no multicolored.

    I forget what Breast pocket it is, probably left, and the normal pin standards apply there (centered + 0.5 cm from other pins).

    Don't quote me on this, though, as I haven't provided documentation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadeSlayer View Post
    I remember reading up on this once.. forget exactly where it was, but from what I remember, this is the standard I saw:

    CSTC pins are authorized, but only very small CSTC pins (I've come across two sizes, ones roughly the size of the tip of your thumb, and ones the size of the tip of your pinky finger, the pinky finger ones are allowed). And from what I remember, it is only the golden colored ones -- no multicolored.

    I forget what Breast pocket it is, probably left, and the normal pin standards apply there (centered + 0.5 cm from other pins).

    Don't quote me on this, though, as I haven't provided documentation.
    In terms of size the Connaught pin is the latter. And I've also been researching the subject a little bit. Oddly enough, lust like the Connaught pin, I've seen pinky-sized exchange pins on army cadets. ex. the crossed maple leaf and union jack for OBW UK. Once again no documentation on authorization but every cadet I know thats been to OBW wears them.

    Sorry if I come off as hard headed, its just I've heard credible arguments on both sides on and off CW.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Villanueva_820 View Post
    In terms of size the Connaught pin is the latter. And I've also been researching the subject a little bit. Oddly enough, lust like the Connaught pin, I've seen pinky-sized exchange pins on army cadets. ex. the crossed maple leaf and union jack for OBW UK. Once again no documentation on authorization but every cadet I know thats been to OBW wears them.

    Sorry if I come off as hard headed, its just I've heard credible arguments on both sides on and off CW.
    The simplest way to decide which way to go is to pick the one with documentation to back them up.

    Also, remember that Connaught, despite having other elements there, is an Army Cadet CSTC so information often only applies to Army Cadets. It's a case of assuming it applies to air as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShadeSlayer View Post
    I remember reading up on this once.. forget exactly where it was, but from what I remember, this is the standard I saw:

    CSTC pins are authorized, but only very small CSTC pins (I've come across two sizes, ones roughly the size of the tip of your thumb, and ones the size of the tip of your pinky finger, the pinky finger ones are allowed). And from what I remember, it is only the golden colored ones -- no multicolored.

    I forget what Breast pocket it is, probably left, and the normal pin standards apply there (centered + 0.5 cm from other pins).

    Don't quote me on this, though, as I haven't provided documentation.
    Well, the CATO on Army Cadet Dress Regulations says:
    Quote Originally Posted by CATO 46-01, Para 24
    pins, crest and insignias that are
    produced by corps and CSTCs and
    which are not specifically authorized
    by the SSO Army Cadets
    The CATO doesn't specifically say which pins are authorized. So some could argue that National Army CSTC pins are authoriszed while the CATO does also say if it's not in the CATO, it's not authorized...

    The only camp pins that I know of that people say are "authorized" are:
    -Connaught National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre
    -Rocky Mountain National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre

    and the reason some cadets said to me why they can wear them is: "It's because I went to a National Army CSTC." That's the most common answer I've come across.

    Quote Originally Posted by J-P Johnson View Post
    The simplest way to decide which way to go is to pick the one with documentation to back them up.
    I would agree, I haven't actually seen hard documentation to say that it's authorized. They should possibly include it in the Dress Regulations CATO as Annex or something like that and settle the long debated argument once and for all.


    Personally, I don't like the camp pin idea. It's kinda over doing the fact that you went to a certain place. That's my 2 cents on the subject.
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    Left arm;
    RCHA brass
    CANADA flash
    Marksman

    Right arm;
    RCHA brass
    CANADA flash
    1CBG badge
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    Chest;
    Nametag
    Land Forces Command Badge

    I just need to pick up my tunic from the tailors next week...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SaulT View Post
    Well, the CATO on Army Cadet Dress Regulations says:


    The CATO doesn't specifically say which pins are authorized. So some could argue that National Army CSTC pins are authoriszed while the CATO does also say if it's not in the CATO, it's not authorized...

    The only camp pins that I know of that people say are "authorized" are:
    -Connaught National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre
    -Rocky Mountain National Army Cadet Summer Training Centre

    and the reason some cadets said to me why they can wear them is: "It's because I went to a National Army CSTC." That's the most common answer I've come across.



    I would agree, I haven't actually seen hard documentation to say that it's authorized. They should possibly include it in the Dress Regulations CATO as Annex or something like that and settle the long debated argument once and for all.


    Personally, I don't like the camp pin idea. It's kinda over doing the fact that you went to a certain place. That's my 2 cents on the subject.

    According to CATO 46-01, being the Army Cadet Dress regs:

    "When authorized, the CSTC anniversarry pin can only be worn for specific ceremonies, as indicated by the CSTC or RGS CO for the summer period in which the anniversarry is celebrated"

    In my case, I have a RMNASTC pin, but I don't believe it was an anniversarry pin, just a very generic Rocky Mountain pin. I was forced to wear it for final parade, so I kind of had to comply, but I took it off immediatelly afterward because I wasn't sure it complied with the dress regs or not.

    So no, it isn't authorized in CATO 46-01 from what I can gather, so the Rocky Mountain pin is therefore not allowed. Does this answer your question Sarge? =P

    While I'm at it...

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    Hopefully Soon(By fall 2010):
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    Quote Originally Posted by WO. Russell View Post
    So no, it isn't authorized in CATO 46-01 from what I can gather, so the Rocky Mountain pin is therefore not allowed. Does this answer your question Sarge? =P
    There is that...but theres also the part i posted.
    So...it still could be argued from the point of view that it "may/is" authorized by the SSO Army Cadets.


    Also while im at it:
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    Royal Canadian Army Cadets shoulder flash
    RCAC shoulder flash
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    Chest
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    Hmmm;

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    Right arm:
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    Chest:
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    Left arm:

    Silver fitness badge
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    Sergeant rank badge
    510 lions squadron shoulder flash


    Right arm:

    Basic camp badge
    ITLC camp badge
    SLC camp badge
    Sergeant rank badge
    510 lions squadron shoulder flash

    Chest:

    Buckle nametag
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    Bronze duke of edinburgh pin(will have as soon as I send in the book)
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