Replica of the airborne wings worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket. There are three stars on the wings, which means three campaigns.
Replica of the airborne wings worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket. There is two star on the wings, which means two campaigns.
Replica of the airborne wings worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket. There is one star on the wings, which means one campaign.
Very nice replica of the German U-Boat clasp. This U-Boat Front Clasps (or Combat Clasp) in Silver was awarded to servicemen of the German Kriegsmarine for courageous service. It was introduced in November 1944 after approval by Admiral Donitz. It comes complete with the correct steel original style flat pin, and has a silver coloured finish, as well as...
Very nice replica of the KM U-Boat badge in premium die-cast zinc. It has a gilt finish, and feature a U-Boat beneath the Eagle and Swastika, surrounded by a wreath. They are mid-late war in style, and have the correct late war needle pin back on the reverse alongside the 'Schwerin - Berlin 68' maker's mark.
Luftwaffe cloth paratrooper badge to be sewn on the fliegerbluse. Embroidered on splinter cloth.
Replica of the British pilot bullion wings (Royal Air Force), worn on dress uniform.
Unofficial French military parachutist wings.
French military parachutist wings.
Superb replica of the German pilot wings (Luftwaffe), worn on dress and combat uniform.
Badge, Parachutist, Luftwaffe, bi-colored.
Badge, Parachutist Luftwaffe, cloth.
Wings, Parachutist, with pin, 1 star.
Nice replica of the airborne wings, fixed by pin, worn on the dress uniform or jump jacket.
US airborne wing, small size (2 cm), worn on the collar of the shirt, or on the overseas cap. Clutch back. The Army Parachute Badge was designed by Captain Yarborough and 2nd Lt. Minter and was first presented on March 23, 1941. Qualification was six jumps, but later reduced to five.
Wings, Parachutist, with clutch.