What is a Kiro Badge and it's Origin's
Two questions that the NCSF is often asked are "What is the Kiro?" and "Where is the Kiro Badge Worn?".
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A brief explanation is given below :-
The Kiro is a symbol and not a thing.
The KIRO is made up of two characters superimposed on each other.
These two characters are the Greek letters X and P.
The Greek letter X is written ‘ch’ and pronounced ‘ki’; P is written ‘rho’ and pronounced ‘row’.
The Kiro Badge of any stocked colour is normally worn as a Group Badge
on the point of the Neckerchief or on the shirt sleeve below County and District Badges.