Reservists wear army kit to work

Ed Smith, a volunteer reservist and deputy squadron leader in the 967 (BAE) Cadets squadron.
Ed Smith, a volunteer reservist and deputy squadron leader in the 967 (BAE) Cadets squadron.

Aerospace workers were showing their support for the Armed Forces by wearing their weekend wardrobe to work.

Reservists who work in BAE Systems’ Military Air and Information business took part in ‘Wear Your Uniform to Work’ day as part of the company’s support for Armed Forces Day.

Air traffic control operator Ed Smith, a volunteer reservist and deputy squadron leader in the 967 (BAE) Cadets squadron, said wearing his ‘cabbage’ uniform had sparked debate among his colleagues.
He said: “A lot of them were aware of Armed Forces Day and the importance of having pride in our Armed Forces.”

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