Headgear and Collar Insignia
This badge was worn during the Federation days. There is some evidence that both this badge and the Southern Rhodesia badge were worn during this period.
This badge was worn on the slouch hat with red puggaree. It was worn in the 1950s and also after the disolution of the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland.
This smaller size badge was worn on the collar of some uniforms. The oliphant only faced one way.
Other Intaf Insignia
Khaki Rank Titles
Replaced the red / black embrouidered title for wear on field dress where appropriate.
This title replaced the small title at left in 1979.
Over the years a few different patterns of button were worn on Intaf uniforms. The Matabeleland Native Police wore buttons which featured the letters MNP on them.
The Native Department wore brass buttons with the letters ND on them. During the 1960s a brass and an anodised aluminium button was worn which featured the Rhodesian Coat of Arms. In the mid 1970s the final pattern button was worn. It was in black and featured the cap badge.