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The Military Stable Belt

Originally stable belts are used when Cavalrymen were cleaning their stables, but in the 50’s stable belts were introduced into the whole British Armed Forces.  Initially they were resisted by many senior officers, who saw them as too individualistic, but they soon became accepted throughout the forces. The long history of the stable belt makes them an essential part of every corps and regiment of the British Armed Forces, a tradition which has helped define each corps and regiment between each other.

In Malaysia, the 32nd Army Corps/Regiment Chairman Committee Meeting on 7 June 2005 decided that all Army personnel are required to wear the Stable Belt according to their Corps/Regiment. The Stable Belt is only worn with No. 3 uniform. The use of this Stable Belt features regimental characteristics to personnel belonging of the Army Corps/Regiment.

Stable BeltCorps/Regiment
Stable Belt RSDRoyal Signals Regiment
Rejimen Semboyan Diraja
Stable Belt RSBorder Regiment
Rejimen Sempadan
Stable Belt RGKSpecial Service Regiment
Rejimen Gerakhas
Stable Belt RAWTerritorial Army Regiment
Rejimen Askar Wataniah
Stable Belt RangerRoyal Ranger Regiment
Rejimen Renjer Diraja
Stable Belt RAMDRoyal Malay Regiment
Rejimen Askar Melayu DiRaja
Stable Belt RAJDRoyal Army Engineers Regiment
Rejimen Askar Jurutera DiRaja
Stable Belt RADRoyal Artillery Regiment
Rejimen Artileri Diraja
Stable Belt KRDRoyal Intelligence Corps
Kor Risik DiRaja
Stable Belt KPTDRoyal Military Police Corps
Kor Polis Tentera DiRaja
Stable Belt KPDRoyal Logistics Corps
Kor Perkhidmatan Diraja
Stable Belt KPAGeneral Services Corps
Kor Perkhidmatan Am
Stable Belt KODRoyal Ordnance Corps
Kor Ordnans Diraja
Stable Belt KKDRoyal Medical Corps
or Kesihatan DiRaja
Stable Belt KJLJDRoyal Electric & Mechanical Engineer Corps
Kor Jurutera Letrik dan Jentera DiRaja
Stable Belt KAGATMilitary Religious Corps
Kor Agama Angkatan Tentera
Stable Belt KADRoyal Armoured Corps
Kor Armor Diraja
Stable Belts of the Malaysian Army.
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