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Another Para clasp grade II :

Grant, This is a copy of the Klassifizierungsabzeichen für Angehörige des Fallschirmdienstes or in English a Classification Badge for Member of the Parachute Service. It was worn from 1960-63 by members of the NVA Parachute Service which were Parachute Riggers it is not a badge worn by regular parachutist's. The NVA Parachute badge was not authorized until 1967. The original badge is extremely rare and unobtainable. This version of the badge is a restrike by the original maker Prägewerk in Markneukirchen (known as PRÄWEMA) thought to have been made in the early 1990s.

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