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  1. I would like your opinon on this Italian "S" pilot wing (Brevetto da pilota della Regia Aeronautica con specializzazione alta quota). The "S" wing was awarded to Italian Pilots flying experimental flights in the stratosphere. I can't find much information on this rare badge. Thanks!
  2. Sa traiesti, colega! Te urmaresc de vreo 3 ani pe transylvanian forum, iti port un deosebit respect, si nu pot numara de cate mii de ori te-am invidiat ca un copil pentru colectiile tale, sau de cate ori mi-am imaginat ca putem vorbi live.:) Probabil voi reusi intr-o zi. Respect, UnkleTitus

  3. Thank you Emanuel. If anybody has other pictures of these flags in use please post them. Adrian
  4. I found the picture on the internet. As far as I know on one side the inscription is in Cyrillic, on the other side the flag has the same inscription, but in Latin. I believe that the unit is inscribed on the streamer that is attached to the flag, but I don't know this for sure. I could only found two pictures of unit flags in use. I think some JNA flags should be at the Belgrade Military Museum, but so far no luck in finding a picture, so, if you have some, please post it here.
  5. Hello, I'm interested in seeing some pictures of Yugoslav Military unit flags. If you have some, please share.
  6. His MV Order in the Military Museum
  7. That's very interesting photo, I didn't noticed the badge until you mentioned it. It's the badge for the Nicolae Filipescu Military High school which was probably the most prestigious inter-war military high school. It's strange that he was wearing the badge with the Royal crown in the early 60's.
  8. I have a few UN items but only one Civpol patch. CIVPOL Sarajevo
  9. The text reads Arbitru Emerit. Arbitru means referee.
  10. Algeria has an "Ecole Militaire d'Education Physique et Sportive" but I can't find a picture of their badge. Looks like most of the patches are from Algeria. Thank you!! :cheers:
  11. Thank you! At least I can narrow down the search. Most of them have the same shape so I can assume that are also from Algeria.
  12. Here is a numbered 2nd class RPR version:
  13. Hello! I have a few arab patches and I'd like to know which country are they from and what were used for. Maybe someone on the forum knows something about them. Thanks!