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C 29 -- 50 Years of the Mongolian Air Force

The first badge is as shown by Battushig. The second is a NIB variety which, I somehow suspect, is how the badge is supposed to look. Any photos of it in wear??

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C 06 -- Choibalsan's Best Shooter

These have been well discussed on and off in isolated threads. This is the Type 1 badge (angled rifle);I don't have a Type 2 (horizontal rifle) yet.

After buying three (type 2s) and getting the wrong one

(type 1s) twice I finally got one last month!

JC

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C 32 -- Air Force Pin

Deapite Battushig's description, these look like air force wings to me. The center of this specimen presents many puzzles, as it is either been abraded or something has fallen off.

Whatever it is, it is the firct class of it.

Mysteries persist.

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Here follow a few NIBs -- well not actually "NIBs", more like "CWBs" ("Confirmed with Battushig"):

C NIB 03 -- 50th Anniversary of the State Defence Auxiliary Society

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