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We are able to make (to order), any of the following hats:
Auxiliary Territorial Service ATs
First Aid Nursing Yeomanry FANY
Mechanised Transport Corps MTC
Princess Mary's Royal Air force Nursing Service
Womens Auxiliary Air Force WAAF
Womens Royal Naval Service WRNS (OR's Cap only)
ATS & FANY KD Hats (Tropical)
Soldier Sailor & Air Force assoc SSAFA
These are just a few of the hats that we make.
Uniforms are made (to order) for any of the hats that we make.
Whil'st some are harder to supply than others, with regard to badges and buttons we do our best to help. We are only an email away... firstname.lastname@example.org
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Full ATS Uniform
Officers Uniform of the Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS). All members of the ATS were allowed to wear the insignia of the Regular unit to which they were attached. More often ATS were members of a Royal Artillery Anti Aircraft unit (Ack Ack). In this instant the RA collar badge would be worn above the left breast pocket and on each shoulder the formation insignia of a bow and arrow aimed skyward. On the left shoulder they were permitted to wear the RA white lanyard. We can within reason badge as you wish. The correct skirt would have been a six panelled pattern, this helped save material by fitting easier to the cloth. Also to save on materials for the War effort, brass buttons were changed to Bakerlite (to save the brass for munitions). The two photographs depict the uniforms that we produce. The jacket will come with the correct belt with brass buckle. It has been pointed out to us that members would rapidly seek out brass buttons and replace the bakerlite ones. Also Officers prefered to wear the Sam Brown belt.
ATS Officers/WAAF Hat
This is an ATS & F.A.N.Y second series hat. We can also make a similar version in WRAF blue barathea, there are however small differences.