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Nom de l'objet : Uniform
Type de l'objet : Military
Catégorie de l'objet : Personal Artifacts
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Clothing - Outerwear
Numéro d'accession : 2008.1.4
Date de début de production : 19030000 Later Than
Date de fin de production : 20080716 Prior To
Description : A military dress uniform consisting of a coat and pair of pants. The coat has four buttons and a collar that folds down with a lapel. There are two breast pockets with buttons and two front pockets. There are badges on the forearms of the sleeves. Shoulder straps are attached near the collar with a button. There is a small, rectangular nametag above the right breast pocket. Above the left breast pocket are four ribbons. There is a pin on either side of the lapel.
Commentaires : The badges indicate this uniform belonged to a member of the Royal Canadian Engineers (RCE). The first permanent Canadian engineer corps were organized in July, 1903 and the prefix Royal was added by King Edward VII in 1904. The role of the RCE is essentially to keep the army mobile. They are responsible for building and maintaining roads, airfields, and bridges as well as clearing mines, roadblocks, and obstacles. In addition, they construct buildings such as hospitals or headquarters and provide battle maps. During World War II, the RCE worked alongside combat troops in most operations. By the end of the war, the RCE had 685 officers and 15, 677 members with other ranks. This uniform was originally owned by A.G. Cook. He has four service ribbons including a Canadian Forces Decoration for twelve years of service.
Nombre d'objets : 1
Nombre de parties composantes : 1
Étiquette ou poinçon : The badge on the forearm is a gold wreath on a dark background. In the middle of the wreath is a gold and red royal crown. There are four multi-coloured service ribbons. The first is green, red, blue, red, and green stripes. The second is orange and blue. The third is yellow and light blue. The fourth is four red squares separated by thin white stripes.
Établissement : Debert Military Museum
Ville de l'établissement : Debert
Province de l'établissement : NS
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