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arantxa

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arantxa

There is a chap with cuff rank

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KizmeRD

Sometime between 1918 when RAF was formed and 1920 when cuff ranks in the army were abolished.

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arantxa

What does the women’s hat denote and also the tricorn hat 

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charlie962
2 hours ago, arantxa said:

the tricorn hat 

=WRNS

The hat in your first photo is WRAF

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KizmeRD

The lady sitting down in the group photo is a senior WRNS officer, the rather large tricorn hat was only worn from 1917 to 1919. 

The top photo of the lady on her own is a young WRAF officer.

Aranxa, what other information do you have? What is the source of these photos? Further info might well point the way to a solution.

Michael

 

 

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arantxa

I am away for a few days they are in a photo album will post the other pictures in a few days

thanks

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