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    blu2260


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    Post by blu2260 Sat Jun 29, 2024 12:24 pm

    Good Afternoon everybody ,
    I would like to know in which year TRF's has been officially issued and the standard dimensions ( if any).
    A suggestion on seller/s of original TRF's should be appreciated.
    Thanks in advance.
    Best Regards.
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    MilitaryMisfit


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    Post by MilitaryMisfit Sun Jun 30, 2024 1:03 am

    Have you seen this thread?
    Theres some good info in it.
    https://iacmc.forumotion.com/t2668-british-army-tactical-recognition-flash-guide
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    blu2260


    Location : Italy
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    Post by blu2260 Wed Jul 03, 2024 2:03 pm

    Good Afternoon , interesting but the main infos I'm looking for are actually missing.
    (I would like to know in which year TRF's has been officially issued and the standard dimensions ( if any).)
    Thanks a lot for any reply.
    matchstick
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    Post by matchstick Thu Jul 04, 2024 1:57 pm

    Dimensions vary, Corps and Regimental DZ flashes / TRF's (right sleeve) are generally set to a set size depending on shape (rectangle/square etc) and the odd Brigade / Unit (left sleeve) TRF's (mainly the triangular ones) have a set standard dimension but most Brigade / Unit TRF's vary wildly in dimension by shape.

    Prior to everyone going patch mad, I believe sometime in the mid/late 90's or the 2000's flashes were only really worn by airborne elements to identify the various troops on landing, most of the rest of the Army following the logic of not applying a myriad of brightly coloured bits of fabric to camouflage uniforms as they defeat the point (and that combats back at that point in time were for battle pt/exercise/war and not everyday wear like they are now).

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