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Officer badge, introduced in 1913 (!!! :speechless1: typo? os something more?)

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Twins in practically mint condition

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Officer badge, introduced in 1913 (!!! :speechless1: typo? os something more?)

Yep.

"Something more"

Looks like Nakato is right about 1913 :whistle:

Here comes exact dates

Officer badge 陸軍飛行機操縦術習得徽章 将校用

was established on June 23, 1913 / 大正2年6月23日制定

NCO badge 陸軍飛行機操縦術習得徽章 下士官用

on the very same date June 23, 1913 / 大正2年6月23日制定

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Another interesting badge (thanks Colin! :cheers:)

Obverse

Reverse (pin was restored)

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Better quality photos of the badge that we saw in posts #161-163 ;)

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