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Fahnrichschuler 2 Studienjahr Infantry. This is the only pair I have, other branches are on my want list.

Nice General Officer sets! Do you have any Luftwaffe General's insignia?

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Nice General Officer sets! Do you have any Luftwaffe General's insignia?

Paul

No, just the General's cap insignia. I was not interested in AF at the time. :speechless: Note that Luftwaffe was a TR & West German term, the NVA used Luftstreitkrafte/Luftverteidigung (Air Forces/Air Defense)

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Scanning boards as I pull them out of the box. Next up a selection of Fahnrich to Stabsoberfahnrich.

Signal, Air Force, Infantry, Stasi, Armor, Airborne and Border Guard . Some have textile backgrounds some wool/felt.

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Here is a color selection of Major to Oberst. These shine a bit and are hard to scan properly. The are Armor, Border Guard, Air Force, Infantry, Signal, Air Defense, Airborne and Rear Services (Medical). I have many more types of NVA SBs, but I've run out of steam, this is the last posting for the night.

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My limited number of Volksmarine enlisted shoulder boards. Including an NCO SB with a justice shield and border guard background color of green.

Those are sweet!!!

I have never seen an EM board with the Justice device!!! That is a real rarity!

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