Supply and Administrative Units

Page 6 – Army Pay Corps

New Zealand soldiers drawing pay before going on leave

The Army Pay Corps (sometimes Army Pay Department) issued pay to the men of the NZEF. It was attached to NZEF headquarters. In November 1918 it had one section attached to the NZEF’s London headquarters (establishment of 10 officers and 49 other ranks), and another attached to the New Zealand administrative headquarters in Kasr-el-Nil Barracks, Cairo.

Badge and shoulder title

Army Pay Corps cap and collar badges: the monogram ‘APC’ surrounded by fern leaves, surmounted by a crown, the letters ‘NZ’ (cap badge only), and with a scroll reading ‘Army Pay Corps’ at the bottom. 

NZ Army Pay Corps shoulder title

Shoulder title worn by the Army Pay Corps. 

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