Army officers of brigadier rank and above will have normal uniforms from August 1

Army officers of brigadier rank and above will have normal uniforms from August 1

Daily Current Affairs   /   Army officers of brigadier rank and above will have normal uniforms from August 1

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Category : Defense Published on: May 11 2023

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  • The Indian Army has decided to adopt a common uniform for Brigadier and above rank officers irrespective of the parent cadre and appointment
  • The decision was taken after detailed deliberations during the recently concluded Army Commanders' Conference.
  • The headgear, shoulder rank badges, gorget patches, belts and shoes of senior officers of flag rank (Brigadier and above) will now be standardised and common.
  • The flag-rank officers will now not wear any lanyards. 
  • The changes will be implemented from August 1 this year. 
  • There is no change to the uniform worn by Colonels and below-rank officers of the Indian Army.
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