No clue on the flash, but I like the liner! Certainly an interesting feature.
Thats what i was hoping!The only paper reference i have of British insignia is Brian l Davis's.He shows a shield shaped flash, RE training brigade.
A good lid with an interesting liner, good to see the flash you were asking about, RE as Rob posted. Armoured engineers used a similar formation patch colour scheme of red/blue/red/blue/red.
Whatever its just an opinion.
Interesting how someone has added all those holes for ventilation on the liner, & that the RE flash is on the front too & not on the side. Certainly one I'd love to have, well done.
Thanks.The holes are punched very uniformly, machine like almost..
Ive just discovered a name on the inside brim too.
Just a thought, is there any chance that the flash is on the front because it belonged to an officer?Surely there was regulations regarding the placement of signs on helmets?i:e on the side for other ranks and front for higher ranks?