|This early Edwardian image depicts a seated Gunnery Instructor of the Royal Artillery and an officer who one may assume was a member of the same corps. The gunner wears two
good conduct chevrons on his left cuff with his crossed cannon and crown instructor's badge centered between the chevrons and his Gun Layers badge (the letter "L" in a wreath).
Aide from his Sam Browne belt, sword and leather leggings there is little to differentiate the officer's uniform. Both men's khaki Wolseley pattern foreign service helmets rest at their
N. D. Batra - Photographer