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As the first letter is neither a "S" nor a "L" for "schwere" or "leichte", it is either Mittlere Minenwerfer Abt. 18 or 118. Maybe Cron has the details. The guy wearing it is an Unteroffizier.

In the photo of Rastatt Wehrgeschichtliche Museum the shoulder borad with MW G 173, the "G" stands for "Gebirgs-" The last photo of OvBacon nicely shows that Pionier Bataillon 15 (Flaps) was responsible for the formation of at least two Minenwerfer units, as all wear the same flaps but different patches denoting the specific Minenwerfer-Einheit.


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