‘A beaver with a maple-leaf background and a scroll at the base British American. Officers and senior NCOs in gilt, Other Ranks’ in brass’ (KK 1374).
The ‘B’ Squadron (British American) Other Ranks’ headdress badge is shown being worn with matching collar badge(s) in Figure 154 and by several senior NCOs in Figure 155.Figure 154: Close-up image of the ‘B’ Squadron (British American) headdress (KK 1374) and matching collar badge(s) circa 1905. Taken from group photograph in Figure 144 (Peter Nemaric collection).Figure 155: A group of King’s Colonials Regimental Staff Officers and ‘B’ (British American) Squadron Officers and senior NCOs circa wearing Undress uniforms with second pattern forage caps circa 1905-06. The Officer second from the left in the second row is a Field Officer as he bears gold braid to the peak of his forage cap. Regimental Sergeant Major Fegan is stood at the rear, second from the right wearing his Khedive Star and Egypt medals. Sergeant Sydney Harris is seated at the front right. He and the Sergeant to his left are both wearing cloth marksman's badges on their lower left sleeve (Peter Nemaric collection).