HC Deb 19 January 1944 vol 396 c193W
Wing-Commander Grant-Ferris

asked the Secretary of State for Air whether his Department will now sanction the wearing of a distinctive badge by officers of the A.S.R.S. in order that their R.A.F. and naval colleagues may easily recognise them.

Sir A. Sinclair

No, Sir, but I can assure the hon. and gallant Member that this question has been fully considered. With the exception of officers who are qualified as aircrew or those whose service is confined to the Medical, Dental or Educational Branches or to the Royal Air Force Regiment, it is not the custom in the Royal Air Force for officers to wear distinguishing marks on their uniform to indicate the particular duties on which they are employed.