Fliegerschaftsabzeichen

Germany (1933-1945, German Reich)

Translation: Luftwaffe Air Crew Badge
Number of awards in the database: 4
Total awarded for WW II: unknown

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The "Fliegerschaftsabziechen" was introduced by the Reichsminister der Luftfahrt, Hermann Göring on January 19th, 1935. It could be obtained after succesfully completing the airman training by the Reichsluftfahrtministerium.

The "Fliegerschaftsabziechen" was already replaced by the "Flugzeugführer- und Beobachterabzeichen" on March 26th, 1935.

The oval decoration shows the Luftwaffe-eagle with swastica in its claws, placed in an oval with on the right a laurel wrath and on the left a oak leaf. Formally it was to be worn on the left breast pocket.
 

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Picture source:   - Wehrmacht-awards.com
Information source(s):   - KLIETMANN, K.G., Auszeichnungen des Deutschen Reiches 1936-1945, Motorbuch, 2002.
- NIMMERGUT, J. e.a., Deutsche Orden un Ehrenzeichen, Batenberg Verlag in der H. Gietl Verlag & publikationsservice GmbH, Regenstauf, 2006.
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