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Unusual Visor & Uniform-NSFK??

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    Here's one I've never seen before...I assume NSFK, is that correct?
    cheers, Glenn
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    No, it's the uniform of the DLV.

    More precisely, we can tell from the wearing of two shoulder boards that he is a member of the Fliegerschaft, i.e. the nascent Luftwaffe-in-hiding.

    The collar patches are for the DLV ranks of 2. Flugzeugführer, 2. Bordfunker and Wart (i.e. Flieger-Obergefreiter / Flieger-Sanitätsobergefreiter).
    Last edited by HPL2008; 04-01-2015 at 08:41 PM.

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    For the NSFK you must have the specific eagle on the breast, I had one uniform like this in the past, wonderful !
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    HPL is of course correct.

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    Hello
    this is my few NFSK pieces and of course a photo !


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    Nice photo. However, the cap badge with the winged propeller is also from the DLV, not the NSFK.

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    Well i take my source from the historia magasine ( 1968):









    i found it for you !

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    It's still a DLV badge.

    It was only carried over and worn by the early NSFK for a brief transitional period.

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    Ok so it seems french old press was aproximative in their description.
    Thanks a lot.
    But what 's the difference beetween them ?

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    Quote by remss View Post
    But what 's the difference beetween them ?
    The wreathed-and-winged cockade (as seen in post # 1) was worn by the Motorflieger [powered aircraft] section, whereas the winged propeller-and-swastika badge (as seen in posts # 5 & 7) was originally for the Segelflieger [glider pilots] section only and finally adopted by the whole organization.

    See these two threads for multiple examples of both types of badges:

    DLV (Deutscher Luftsportverband) Visors
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/cloth-...photos-534386/

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