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Thanks for the positive feedback. Here another pic of Dickmann's group.

Merry Christmas
Alex

 

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Servus Alex,

gefällt mir gut. Habe ich so noch nicht gesehen.

Viele Grüße

Walter

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Hey Hey!

It´s been some time -  but now I have two more interesting specimens of naval flight badges to show to you:

Both are slightly "off-mainstream" but I like them a lot. These are hollow examples, which is seen not too often in "naval flight badging"

The regular size has been heavily polished down to the brass, so that only little remnants of gilding are still visible.

The prinzen size has the finish in the sun area cleared away, so the silver is showing (800 punch in the suspension) - maybe for a more dramatic look.

I have no concerns regarding the originality of these badges, so I decided to post them here...

Enjoy!

Hagrid

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Thanks for posting this nice badges on this thread. It is hard to keep alone this thread alive . The interest on navy aviation increased in the last years but not many pieces are displayed.

Once I had a simillar badge but this is many years ago 😞

Kind regards Alex

 

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Posted (edited)

Marine-Ober-Ingenieur Ernst Sprenger (1884 - 1960)

pilot licence No. 426 on 04.06.1913 on an Albatros - Zweidecker at Johannisthal.

1913/1914 Marine-Flieger-Abteilung Putzig
1915 Stab Befehlshaber der Luftfahrabteilung (B.d.L.)
1915 SFS Holtenau for training to see pilot
1916 - 1918 Seeflugzeug-Versuchs-Kommando (SVK) (Warnemünde)

06.08.1915 -- see pilot badge

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Beautiful EARLY license, with a classic Foto!  Well done, Alex!

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Tolle Sachen, Alex!

GreyC

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Posted (edited)

Picture of Flugzeug-Obermatrose Martin Jahre of LFS Hage and Barge.

Picture taken during his pilot training at Berlin - Johannisthal 10/1917 - 07/1918.

Landpilot badge awarded 6. Jan. 1919

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Alex

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It seems the picture wasn't interessting enought. Maybe his pilot licence :D

 

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Alex

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Very nice item Alex !

Do you happen to knew when Martin Jahre joined LFS Barge ? I assume late 1918.

Gunnar

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I don't have the exact date but he joined LFS Hage Juli 1918 and late 1918 he Change to LFS Barge. On May 1919 he leave the navy.

Olt. Baumbach signed as leader of LFS Barge on his service certificate.

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Alex

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Excellent thread.

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Claudius,

Thanks. Would be nice to know the names of the aircrew.

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On 06/01/2013 at 19:16, jaba1914 said:

I start this thread with a picture of an early navy airplane. It is a Taube in the navy version. This picture was taken 1913 at Puzig and show the later Oberflugmeister Erich Kästner (on the top of the a/c).


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Hi Alex,

I'm looking for any information and pictures about the FBS Putzig to upgrade the forthcoming book.

This picture is very interesting.

Can you help?

BR

Piotr

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I have never seen this Marine type of Taube...thanks for sharing!

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Thanks John. This picture is amazing.

@ Piotr

What do you mean with FBS Putzig?

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Alex

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