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Royal Air Force Police Regimental Cufflinks
Excellent Quality Military Cufflinks Made For The M.O.D
RAF Police Design T Bar Cufflinks Made From Coloured Enamelled Metal
Cufflinks Are Supplied in a Box
Cufflinks Approx Size: Height 19 mm x Width 16 mm
The Royal Air Force Police (RAFP) is the service police branch of theRoyal Air Force, headed by the Provost Marshal of the Royal Air Force. It was formed on 1 April 1918, when the RAF was formed by the merger of the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service. It is responsible for the policing and security of all service personnel, much like their Royal Navy or British Army counterparts. At the end of WWII there were 500 officers & 20,000 NCOs in the RAFP. In January 1947, the RAF Provost Branch became a Specialist Branch within the RAF. In December 1950, His Majesty King George VI, approved the Griffin Badge and Motto ‘Fiat Justitia'. By 2009, the RAFP had, since 1918, served in 66 countries around the globe and today deploy throughout the world to support RAF and UK defence missions. The Headquarters of the RAF Police is at RAF Honington alongside the RAF Regiment. RAF Police non-commissioned officers and warrant officers are noticeable by their white-topped caps (giving rise to their nickname ofSnowdrops), which they have worn since 1945, and by black and red flashes worn below their rank slides. RAF Police commissioned officerswear the standard peaked cap of all Royal Air Force officers, with the red and black flashes. In dress uniform, all RAFP wear a red and black brassard on the left arm, reflecting the flashes worn with normalworking dress. All RAFP personnel wear red 'MP' badges, the internationally recognised symbol for military police, with tactical dress.
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