Talk:Uniforms of the Baustralian Armed Forces

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A really good page!

Amazing choice for the articles, really well done graphics, a well blended page overall, also the uniforms are really good, but a thing I found is that you used some of the British Armed / Armed Forces for some uniforms, the 1As, the No.3s, The No.2 and the No. 5H are took from the british army, the 5H is the Royal Air Force Jumpsuit for flights, not going to start a discussion for that, I just noticed that and wanted to tell you, overall a good page.

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Davide Ledilinski di Ledilia (talkcontribs) 04:41, 1 June 2019‎

Forgot to mention that the Army insigna on the berret it's the Coldstream Guards or the Welsh Guards Insigna, not to bother, but actually who cares, you did an amazing job!

—Preceding unsigned comment added by Davide Ledilinski di Ledilia (talkcontribs) 04:43, 1 June 2019‎

Grenadier Guards, United Kingdom
Canadian Grenadier Guards
King's Grenadiers, Baustralia
@Davide Ledilinski di Ledilia: Thank you! The uniforms are indeed based on British uniforms, but also Canadian Distinctive Environmental Uniforms (DEUs). The insignia is that of a King's Grenadier and is based on the cap badge of the Canadian Grenadiers. If you look at the badges enlarged, you can spot some difference. Engraved is my multilingual abbreviation, whereas the Canadian one is engraved with the royal cypher and the word CANADA, and the British, nothing.
His (Imperial) Majesty, John I by the Grace of God of Baustralia, and the Dominions, Emperor of Tentacion 17:11, 2 June 2019 (UTC)