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Hello guys

PaulR wanted to see my medical Kriegsmarine cloth collection so far so here it is

The only patch missing from this photo in my collection are the obersanitatsmaat patch for the winter tunic.

Still a few patches to go to complete this KM medical cloth collection !

cheers

Herr

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The only patch missing from this photo in my collection are the obersanitatsmaat patch for the winter tunic.

Bill Shea has one for a very good price currently on his site. This one still has the Gilt!

http://www.therupturedduck.com/WebPages/Cloth/C340k.htm

What is the difference between the one with the fouled anchor and the one without an anchor at all? Was one for shoreside and the other for a ships corpsman?

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Hey Paul

The anchor on a lean on the patches are for NCO grades (Maat and Obermaat)

Nearly every NCO patch has the anchor involved, nothing to do with shoreside or active sea duty.

Just the way they designed the NCO patches.

The bottom one in the pic is for officer, and that has no anchor involed aswell.

Cheers

Herr

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the NCO parade jacket ones, as on the ruptured duck

Obermaat winter tunic one

NCO medical officer candidate

EM patches for parade jacket : obergefreiter and hauptgefreiter

EM patches for winter tunic : hauptgefreiter

EM patches for summer tunic : gefreiter, obergefreiter and hauptgefreiter

Still a bit to go on the medical side :(

Cheers

Herr

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Hello guys

PaulR wanted to see my medical Kriegsmarine cloth collection so far so here it is

The only patch missing from this photo in my collection are the obersanitatsmaat patch for the winter tunic.

Still a few patches to go to complete this KM medical cloth collection !

cheers

Herr

Hello!

Very nice.Thanks for showing.I collect Km to. :jumping: :jumping: :jumping:

All the best :cheers:

Nesredep

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