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Remembered Today:

Recognise this shoulder flash? Worn by grandfather in Army Service Corps


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Hi Simon,


Its the sign for a Divisional Ammunition Column(DAC) worn by Royal Artillery and ASC soldiers. the stiched X might denote 10th(Irish) Division DAC.


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Might be a symbol for an ASC Company he was with.

If you know which companies he served with, there are some  surviving records of ASC Company insignia.

Company insignia were I think unofficial.


Here are some examples:

Note that 9 SBAC was a light coloured saltire on a dark background.

The ANZACs had a similar system, they have a good website, which shows some DSC bages as Red Shell shapes at:





Edited by Dai Bach y Sowldiwr
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