Thursday, 19 November 2015

Regimental Ties (British)

For most regiments of the British Armed Forces, they have a Regimental Tie which is worn by members of that Regiment. Or a royal connected to that regiment. Listed below is regimental ties worn by members of the BRF.

Below each tie is a list of the members of the BRF who have worn that tie. By no means a complete list of either ties, or wearers.

Note: Although they are broken down by England, Scotland, Wales, & Northern Ireland regiments they are all apart of the British Armed Forces. 


~~British ~~


Black Tie worn by the RAF, ATC and The Royal Navy
  • Prince Phillip
  • Prince Charles 
  • Prince William
  • Prince Harry
  • Prince Andrew
  • Prince Edward
  • Duke of Kent
  • Prince Michael of Kent
  • Duke of Gloucester
  • Princess Anne
Service Dress Tie - Worn by British Army with #2 service dress
  • Prince Phillip
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince Harry
  • Prince Andrew
  • Prince Edward
  • Duke of Kent
Household Division
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince William 
    • Served in Blues & Royals
  • Prince Harry 
    • Served in Blues & Royals
  • Prince Phillip
  • Duke of Kent
  • Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence
Royal Air Force
  • Prince Charles
  • Prince Phillip
  • Prince William 
    • Served in
  • Duke of Gloucester
    • Air Marshal 
    • Air commodore
Fleet Arm Air
  • Prince Charles 
    • Served in 845 Naval Air Squadron in 1970s
  • Prince Andrew
    • Commodore-in-Chief
Royal Navy
  • Prince Phillip 
    • Lord High Admiral
    • Served in
  • Prince Charles 
    • Served in
  • Prince William 
    • Served in
  • Prince Andrew
    • Served in
  • Vice Admiral Timothy Laurence
    • Served in
  • Prince Michael of Kent
Royal Dragoon Guards
  • Prince Charles 
    • Colonel in Chief
Royal Army Medical Corps
  • Duke of Gloucester 
    • Colonel in Chief
The Rifles
  • Prince Phillip
    •  Colonel in Chief
  • Prince Edward
  • Duke of Gloucester 
    • Royal Colonel of the 6th (V) Battalion
Gurkha Brigade


  • Prince Charles 
  • Royal Logistic Corps Officer
    • Duke of Gloucester
    Royal Marine
    • Prince Philip 
      • Captain General
    Royal Logistics Corps
    • Duke of Gloucester 
      • Deputy Colonel-in-Chief
    ~~ English Regiments ~~
    Mercian
    • Prince Charles
      • Colonel in Chief
    1st Battalion Royal Anglian
    • Duke of Gloucester 
      • Colonel in Chief

    ~~ Scotland ~~
    Gordon Highlanders
    • Prince Charles 
      • Ceremonial Chief
    Royal Scots Dragoon Guards 
    • Duke of Kent 
      • Deputy Colonel-in-Chief
      • Served in
    Royal Regiment of Scotland
    • Prince Phillip 
      • Royal 
    • Prince Charles

    Black Watch

    • Prince Charles 
      • Royal Colonel
    Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
    • Prince William 
      • Patron of Appeal for Regimental Museum

    ~~ Welsh Regiments ~~
    1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards 
    • Prince Charles
      • Colonel in Chief
    Royal Regiment of Wales
    • Prince Charles 
      • Colonel in Chief

       ~~ Northern Ireland ~~
      Royal Irish
      • Prince Andrew 
        • Colonel in Chief
       ~~ Commonwealth ~~
      Chindits (India)
      • Prince Charles

      1 comment:

      1. Thanks for posting this, I appreciate seeing the different ties and what they represent.

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