An innocent soft standard military cap, usually used as a symbol of the personnel of the national army's rangers, special forces and airborne units. The beret has the advantages of easy folding, no fear of squeezing, easy carrying, and beautiful appearance, and it is also convenient for the jacket steel helmet.
The famous general Marshal Montgomery often wore a beret during the Second World War, and also wore two caps of generals and armored soldiers. Some countries distinguish between different arms mainly in color. There are clear requirements for the wearing of the beret. Berets can only be worn when wearing uniforms, training uniforms and overalls.