BR019. A blue/grey cotton brassard with an embroidered wreath and the letters MSI in silver blue, worn by Military Skills Instructors, it has a slot for an epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR020. An air force blue cotton brassard with an embroidered wreath and the letters MSI in silver blue, worn by Military Skills Instructors, it has a slot for an epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR021. A DPDU cotton brassard with the Australian flag applied with a RAAF biscuit above, it has a slot for the epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR022. A blue/grey cotton brassard embroidered with the Air Force Cadets badge and STAFF CADET in silver blue, it has a slot for the epaulet and closed with Velcro.

BR023. A yellow cotton brassard with the United Nation symbol screen printed on it and the Australian flag sewn above, it has a slot for the epaulet and closed with Velcro. This brassard was worn by Katrina Salvesen in Timor.

BR024. A DPCU cotton brassard with the red cross affixed and the RAAF biscuit above, it is closed with Velcro. Worn by medical staff.

BR025. A jungle green cotton brassard with drab warrant officer rank, it has tape to hold it on the epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR026. A blue/grey cotton brassard with an embroidered wreath and the letters MSI in silver blue, worn by Military Skills Instructors, it has a slot for an epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR027. A red wool felt brassard lined with blue cotton embroidered with gold wheel, representing the Movement Control Office (MCO). It has a tape loop for the epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR028. A red wool felt brassard lined with blue cotton embroidered with gold wheel, representing the Movement Control Office (MCO). The lining is extended to include the epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR029. A grey cotton brassard with printed sergeant rank insignia, it has a tape loop for the epaulet and is closed with Velcro. Possibly RAF.

BR030. A yellow cotton brassard with the United Nation symbol screen printed on it and the Australian flag sewn above, it has a slot for the epaulet and closed with Velcro. This brassard was worn by Andrew Giacomo in Timor.

BR031. . A DPCU cotton brassard with a Velcro patch for unit insignia to be affixed. It has a slot for an epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR032. A black crepe mourning brassard, worn at funerals.

BR033. A Service Police black felt brassard with white felt trim and the letters SP, it is lined with black cotton and is closed by press studs.

BR034. A black wool felt brassard with red trim and letters OO for ORDERLEY OFFICER; it has a tape loop for the epaulet and is closed with Velcro.

BR035. A WW2 khaki cotton drill brassard with sergeant rank and a metal crown above, it is closed with a metal buckle.

BR035. A WW2 khaki cotton drill brassard with sergeant rank and a metal crown above, it is closed with a metal buckle.

BR036. A red wool felt brassard lined with khaki cotton embroidered with gold wheel, representing the Movement Control Office (MCO). It is closed with brass press studs.

BR037. A WW2 khaki cotton drill brassard with sergeant rank and a metal crown above.