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Royal Canadian Dental Corps

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Army Dental Corps image by Randy Young, 4 April 2015

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Description of the Flag

Duchess of Gloucester's Banner for the Royal Canadian Dental Corps approved on 14 July 2014:
Dave Fowler, 1 April 2015

Vintage banner

Army Dental Corps, World War 2 image contributed by Bill Garrison, 10 April 2007

The flag/banner of the Army Dental Corps, World War 2
Bill Garrison, 10 April 2007

The badge borne on the flag, contributed by Bill Garrison, was only worn until 1929, when it was replaced by a pattern with the letters CADC within a maple wreath. It follows then that the flag shown could not be the flag flown during the Second World War, but only between 1915, when the Canadian Army Dental Corps was created, and 1929, when the badge was changed. The distinguishing colours on their uniforms were green and gold, so flags may have used these colours.
Ian Sumner, 24 July 2007