This site displays examples of historic uniform and kit that were worn by Members of the North West Mounted Police (NWMP),
the Royal North West Mounted Police (RNWMP) and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP).
Images displayed on this site are held by various private collections.
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EDU/ERT/Transport
Three variations (above) of EDU / Bomb Unit insignia. The upper patch is the unauthorized official patch of the EDU team, commonly worn on a baseball cap and a black nylon jacket. The patches on the left and right are unofficial team insignia, featuring the Mad Bomber™ caricature.
Unauthorized but tolerated
EDU team t-shirt.
EDU team nylon jacket and team cap (above) with the Mad Bomber™ logo worn over standard duty shirt and trousers or with coveralls.
Below, the knit cap worn by the EDU team.
Transport Division cap badge (above) and shoulder flash (below).
Two older versions of the Chauffeur patch worn as a cap badge (above)
and as a shoulder flash (
below)- now obsolete.
UNIFORMS & EQUIPMENT
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Gendarmerie royale du Canada
Fire resistant, EDU Member blouse (left) with deep pockets on the chest and velcro pockets on the sleeves; plastic buttons down the front; the subdued shoulder flash (right) and chest patches.
EDU Member's issue eye glasses with D-ring clips for the ears.
Sergeant Jamie Briggs, gives direction to the technician wearing the Med-Eng Bomb Suit and helmet. Sgt. Briggs is the NCO i/c of the "H" Division EDU unit.
ERT - Emergency Response Team
ERT leather shoulder flash (above).
ERT appoinment patch
for Scarlet tunic.
ERT appoinment patch
black - subdued for duty wear.
ERT appoinment patch
green camoflage duty wear.
ERT helmet with headphones
and microphone.
Explosives Disposal Unit
EMRT brassard - Emergency medical Response Team (above).
Responding to a gunman in the Center Block on Parliament Hill
October 2014
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