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South African Corps Of Chaplains (Christian) Silver-plated, gilt and enamel Officers' metal cap badge

South African Corps Of Chaplains (Christian) Officers' cap badge

31/201 Battalion  was formed as Combat Group Alpha in 1974, then renamed to 31 Battalion after Operation Savannah. In 1980 the unit became 201 Battalion as part of the SWATF. It was finally renamed 31 Battalion again in 1989. It was located at Omega Base in the West Caprivi before being relocated to South Africa after the war.

31/201 Battalion was formed as Combat Group Alpha in 1974, then renamed to 31 Battalion after Operation Savannah. In 1980 the unit became 201 Battalion as part of the SWATF. It was finally renamed 31 Battalion again in 1989. It was located at Omega Base in the West Caprivi before being relocated to South Africa after the war.

31 Battalion blazer cloth 31/201 Battalion was formed as Combat Group Alpha in 1974, then renamed to 31 Battalion after Operation Savannah. In 1980 the unit became 201 Battalion as part of the SWATF. It was finally renamed 31 Battalion again in 1989. It was located at Omega Base in the West Caprivi before being relocated to South Africa after the war.

31 Battalion blazer cloth 31/201 Battalion was formed as Combat Group Alpha in 1974, then renamed to 31 Battalion after Operation Savannah. In 1980 the unit became 201 Battalion as part of the SWATF. It was finally renamed 31 Battalion again in 1989. It was located at Omega Base in the West Caprivi before being relocated to South Africa after the war.

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