Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1957 POR - R.A.F. Recognition of Air Ranger Flights


a) R,A,F. Recognition is granted to an Air Ranger Flight which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before inspection takes place with a view to the grant of R.A.F. Recognition, the flight must have been registered for one year and have:

I) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of fifteen Air Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) At least one Guider holding a warrant.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Ranger Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioners, who are to satisfy themselves that the flight is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training and is being co-operative in the District.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.A.F. officers assisted by R.A.F. officers, is to ensure that the Rangers are air-minded and interested in the future of aviation.

b) Re-inspection - Flights are re-inspected annually.

c) Certificate - An R.A.F. Recognised Crew receives a certificate signed by the Air Officer Commander-in-Chief, Home Command, Royal Air Force.

d) Sleeve Badge - An enrolled member (not a Guider) of an R,A.F. Recognised Flight may wear a special sleeve badge.

1960 POR - R.A.F. Recognition of Air Ranger Flights


a) R.A.F. Recognition is granted to an Air Ranger Flight which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before inspection takes place with a view to the grant of R.A.F. Recognition, the flight must have been registered for at least one year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of fifteen Air Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) At least one Guider holding a warrant.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioners, who are to satisfy themselves that the flight is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training and is being co-operative in the District.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.A.F. officers assisted by R.A.F. officers, is to ensure that the Rangers are air-minded and interested in the future of aviation.

b) Re-inspection. - Flights are re-inspected annually.

c) Certificate. - An R.A.F. Recognised Flight receives a certificate signed by the Air Officer Commander-in-Chief, Home Command, Royal Air Force.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of an R.A.F. Recognised Flight may wear a special badge.

1961 (July) POR - R.A.F. Recognition of Air Ranger Flights


a) R.A.F. Recognition is granted to an Air Ranger Flight which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before inspection takes place with a view to the grant of R.A.F. Recognition, the flight must have been registered for at least one year and have:

i) A high all-round standard.

ii) A minimum membership of fifteen Air Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) At least one Guider holding a warrant.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioners, who are to satisfy themselves that the flight is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training and is being co-operative in the District.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.A.F. officers assisted by R.A.F. officers, is to ensure that the Rangers are air-minded and interested in the future of aviation.

b) Re-inspection. - Flights are re-inspected annually.

c) Certificate. - An R.A.F. Recognised Flight receives a certificate signed by the Air Officer Commander-in-Chief, Home Command, Royal Air Force.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of an R.A.F. Recognised Flight may wear a special badge.

1964 (March) POR - RAF Recognition of Air Ranger Flights


a) R.A.F. Recognition is granted to an Air Ranger flight which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before inspection takes place with a view to the grant of R.A.F. Recognition, the flight must have been registered for at least one year and have:

i) A high all-round standard

ii) A minimum membership of fifteen Air Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) At least one Guider holding a warrant.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioners, who are to satisfy themselves that the flight is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training and in being co-operative in the District.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.A.F. officers assisted by R.A.F. officers, is to ensure that the Rangers are air-minded and interested in the future of aviation.

b) Re-inspection. - Flights are re-inspected annually.

c) Certificate. - An R.A.F. Recognised flight receives a certificate signed by the Air Officer Commander-in-Chief, Home Command, Royal Air Force.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of an R.A.F. Recognised flight may wear a special badge.

1965 (July) POR - RAF Recognition of Air Ranger Flights


a) R.A.F. Recognition is granted to an Air Ranger flight which reaches a certain standard of efficiency.

Before inspection takes place with a view to the grant of R.A.F. Recognition, the flight must have been registered for at least one year and have:

i) A high all-round standard

ii) A minimum membership of fifteen Air Rangers, exclusive of Guiders.

iii) A minimum of one Guider holding a warrant.

Application forms and full instructions to Commissioners are obtainable from the Senior Branch Secretary, C.H.Q.  The application must be signed by the District, Division, and County Commissioners, who are to satisfy themselves that the flight is doing a reasonable amount of general Ranger training in addition to the specialized training and in being co-operative in the District.

The inspection, which is carried out by W.R.A.F. officers assisted by R.A.F. officers, is to ensure that the Rangers are air-minded and interested in the future of aviation.

b) Re-inspection. - Flights are re-inspected annually.

c) Certificate. - An R.A.F. Recognised flight receives a certificate signed by the Air Officer Commander-in-Chief, Home Command, Royal Air Force.

d) Recognition Badge. - An invested member (not a Guider) of an R.A.F. Recognised flight may wear a special badge.

1969 POR - Royal Air Force Recognition


Royal Air Force Recognition is available to:

a) A Ranger Guide Service Unit where all members are following a programme with emphasis on air training.

b) A Group of 15 Rangers within a Unit following a programme with emphasis on air training.

Inspection is carried out by W.R.A.F. Officers.

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