A fragmentary order (or "Frag-O") is "an abbreviated form of an operation order, usually issued on a day-to-day basis that eliminates the need for restating information contained in a basic operations order. It may be issued in sections."Fragmentary orders are often necessary due to enemy action. Remember "no plan survives contact with the enemy." Expect fragmentary orders in most operations.They can only be issued if a complete combat order (known as a base order) has been previously issued. Fragmentary orders should cover only the information that has changed since the issuance of the base order. Frequently, the information changed pertains to enemy situation, mission,and execution of the plan. Fragmentary orders are an important technique to keep orders short. (In order to alleviate any potential confusion, if there are no changes to a particular paragraph, subparagraph, or section, the order issuer shall state the name of the section and "No Changes").
The beret badge worn by the Mumbai Police Officer is actually a Royal Air Force Queen's Crown cap badge, used by RAF personnel below the rank of Warrant Officer, usually on their beret or forage cap. The latter is nicknamed 'chip hat' or 'chip poke' resembling, when turned upside down, what the newspaper would be shaped like when getting chips (fries to the non-Brits!!) from a chip shop. The crown on the cap badge is different when the British monarch is a king or a queen.