§ 53. Mr. HARCOURT
asked the Prime Minister whether it is proposed that the Air Force shall have uniforms of a different colour to that previously adopted for naval or military purposes; whether such uniforms will at once become compulsory for all ranks and will involve the scrapping of existing uniforms; and, if so, what is the objection to khaki?
§ The PARLIAMENTARY SECRETARY to the AIR BOARD (Major Baird)
It is proposed to adopt a distinctive uniform for the Air Force, but this uniform will not become compulsory until sufficient time has elapsed for the old uniforms to be worn out. It is not yet decided whether the new uniforms will include a change of colour.