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Could it be one of the Home Defence volunteer groups? I can't think of their correct title but officers often had a rank system based on rings like the navy and I gather they sometimes wore a grey grey green uniform

Greg

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Looks like the AA to me, but I would go with Greg's suggestion - one of the Volunteer regiments (Home Guard precursors).

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I have had a look under Volunteer Training Corps One on the 25 August 2007 has the dress regs for them and there is another by Montbrehain which shows very similar rank badges. I hope that I am including a link to the dress regs thread! http://1914-1918.invisionzone.com/forums/i...r+defence+Corps. I would think the dark collar etc were probably unit distinctions

Greg

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I dont think this chap has anything to do with the yeomanry, I am attaching details of the badges of rank from the Volunteer Training Corps Gazette of January 1916.

I think VTC is a possibility

P.B.

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