A quasi-affectionate term used to describe a member of the Royal Canadian Armoured Corps (RCAC).
Derived from the fact that early Armoured soldiers seldom wore protective headgear inside their vehicles and the head injuries resulting from banging off protruberances inside the vehicles, resulted in obvious stitches and scars.
The Infantry was working closely with the Zipperheads in the latest military manoeuvres.
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