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EOD and ATO badges are worn in perpetuity by qualified personnel
Only one of those badges listed may be worn at one time. Personnel who are eligible to wear more than one badge are to wear the badge of the trade employment to which they are currently posted or, if posted to a non-trade position a choice may be made by the individual as to which badge is worn
EOD and ATO are positioned centrally at the top of the right sleeve. On shirts and safari jacket the top centre of the badge backing is positioned 1 cm below the shoulder seam of garments. On jackets the top centre of the badge backing is positioned 2 cm below the shoulder seam
Officers and other ranks wear full size trade badges on Mess Dress White Jacket. The badge is positioned to the jacket in the same manner as the Service Dress jacket. The wearing of trade badges by officers on Mess Dress is optional. If worn, officers are to wear miniature bullion badges on blue backing, purchased by the individual
All personnel wear full size badges on appropriate backing on Mess Dress White Shirt with the badges positioned as for khaki polyester shirt
EOD and ATO are not worn on sweaters, raincoats or overcoats
Large coloured ATO and EOD badges are worn on DPCU or khaki brassards, as appropriate with all forms of dress by qualified personnel rostered for duty and/or serving at an EOD control centre
Explosive Ordnance Disposal (Royal Australian Engineers)
The Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) Badge depicts a bomb on a scarlet oval background. The badge may be worn by a member of the Royal Australian Engineers who has qualified in EOD in accordance with trade sponsor requirements
Wearing the badge: The next table shows the items of dress on which the badge is worn and the type of badge worn on those items of dress. The badge is not worn on any item of dress not included in the table
SerialDressBadgeRemarks
1Service DressEmbroidered on scarlet background
2Shirt PolyesterAs for Serial 1 
3Safari JacketAs for Serial 1 
4Utility JacketAs for Serial 1 
5Mess DressEmbroidered bullion badge in miniature (half size) in gold and silver on blue backing (officers) 
6Mess Dress, White JacketFull size embroidered badge on scarlet background 
7Patrol Blue/WhiteEmbroidered on scarlet background 
8Mess Dress, White ShirtEmbroidered on scarlet background 
9Protective Dress and DPCUEmbroidered on scarlet backgroundOn a khaki brassard
Ammunition Technical Officer/Technician
The Ammunition Technical Officer/Technician Badge depicts a flaming bomb surmounted on a demi wreath of wattle
The badge may be worn by a member who has qualified as an ammunition technical officer/technician in accordance with trade sponsor requirements
Wearing the badge: The next table shows the items of dress on which the badge is worn and the type of badge worn on those items of dress. The badge is not worn on any item of dress not included in the table
SerialDressBadgeRemarks
1Service DressEmbroidered on khaki background 
2Shirt PolyesterAs for Serial 1 
3Safari JacketAs for Serial 1 
4Utility JacketAs for Serial 1 
5Mess DressEmbroidered bullion badge in miniature (half size) in gold and silver on blue backing (officers) 
6Mess Dress, White JacketFull size embroidered badge on white background 
7Patrol Blue/WhiteEmbroidered on blue or white background 
8Mess Dress, White ShirtEmbroidered on white background 
9Protective Dress and DPCUEmbroidered on khaki or DPCU backgroundOn a khaki or DPCU brassard
Clearance Diving Team 1, Royal Australian Navy
Formed on 18 March 1966, CDT 1 initially continued in the role of Mobile Clearance Diving Team (MCDT) but was additionally tasked for operations as part of Mine Counter Measures (MCM) squadron on the fleet
Bomb Response
WA Police
Bomb Response
WA Police
AFP
Mine Warfare Officer (MWO) Mine Clearance Diving Officer (MCDO) South Australian Bomb Removal Unit Explosive Ordnance Disposal 1990-1991, unofficial
Bomb Response South Australia Police


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