WW2 Era Rocky Mountain Rangers (British Columbia)
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You are viewing a WWII era Rocky Mountain Rangers cap badge. It is made of brass with both original lugs in good order. Kings crown over the traditional big horned mountain sheep, with motto in scrolling at bottom.
The Rocky Mountain Rangers draw on the heritage of a mounted militia unit of the same name raised on the eastern reaches of the Rocky Mountains during the Rebellion of 1885. After the conflict was over the unit was disbanded, after being in existence little more than three months. There is no official lineage to The Rocky Mountain Rangers Regiment currently located in British Columbia. The connection is in name only. The South Alberta light Horse reserve regiment is officially considered the unit perpetuating the Rocky Mountain Rangers of 1885. In June 1940 the regiment, re-designated The Rocky Mountain Rangers CASF, was ordered to mobilize to full wartime strength. The active service 1st Battalion was employed on west-coast defense duties in various communities in the Vancouver area, Prince Rupert and on Vancouver Island.
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