A genuine example of the ‘B’ Squadron (British American) Other Ranks headdress badge is shown in Figures 158-159. This is a brass badge which has been modified to have a large rectangular belt or pouch fitting, made of brass, attached to the back of the badge. The stumps of the genuine east-west loops are still clearly visible with a small footprint consistent with a loop which lacked broad feet. The badge is a fine strike to the front and rear with the high points having been polished on this coppery-brass example. Figures 158-159: A genuine example of a ‘B’ Squadron (British American) Other Ranks’ headdress badge (KK 1374) in brass modified with the addition of a pouch or belt fitting. The stumps of the genuine loops are still present in an east-west orientation.