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Service Career Achievement Aircraft Technicians
Service Career Achievement Aircraft Technicians


 
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Description
 
The service Career Achievement of National People's Army were awarded by the National People's Army of the German Democratic Republic (GDR), which with instruction no. 49/57 on 22 June 1957 by Minister of National Defence Willi Stoph were first introduced gradually for the members of the NVA. Their foundation was made with the same command for the introduction of the Protect cords . The service career badges for officers of the Air Force were doing a precursor of classification clasps the NVA, who took their place gradually. The service career badges were all soldiers, airmen, sailors, sergeants, petty officers and officers who had enjoyed a completed special training of the NVA.

This
Dienstlaufbahnabzeichen für Flugzeugtechniker is an early badge from the period 1959-1963. It is in Good Condition with enameled flag. Screw Back
Features
  • Said service career badge was awarded to all officers of the aviator technical personnel who have successfully completed training for aircraft technician. The silvery embroidered badges, embroidered on dark green fabric base, 57 mm high and 45 mm wide and is centered two crossed symbols a wrench and a wrench within one oak leaf wreath. From this fabric patterns and sample imprints are produced on a metal badge, which however did not reach the issue. The award of the fabric badge took place from 1957 to 1960. With instruction no. 13/60 of 13 March 1960, the form of embroidered form was abandoned in favor of a clasp made of nonferrous metals. This was taken into 5 mm above the right breast pocket of the uniform and shows a stylized silver clasp with wings, pass the ends into a semicircular bronze gear. This semi-circular gear is traversed by a mesh, on which the insignia of the Air Forces of the GDR can be seen. This clasp was awarded from 1960 to 1967. There was also a test pattern that is identical to the silver clasp. It was also 91 mm and 20 mm high and gold. It should be given to all officers of the engineering and technical personnel aviator including officers of aviator technical supply and technical schools of the Air Force, which still had no classification markings. However, a ceremony was never held.


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