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Ingenieurkorps der Luftwaffe

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    Amazing material, fairly uncommon as far as I know, although I've got to say, The sites picture hosting system isn't that hard to use, is it?

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  3. #62


    Hi all - some more recent pick ups. Firstly, this tunic for a fliegeroberingenieur. Unfortunately it is not named, but everything shows consistent wear and it looks like the insignia has been there forever. It is of a rather small size.

    Next up is a pair of breeches for a generalingenieur. You can see that the colour is ingenieurkorps and not General Staff.

    Lastly is this tab, for an NCO, essentially an engineering officer cadet. Unfortunately it is only the one and not a pair.



  4. #63


    Another addition - a Fliegerbluse for a Stabsingenieur. Again, sadly not named. According to the last owner, this one was found at an airfield in Norway after the war. It has some nice quality tabs and an early droop tail eagle. The tunic is a little worn and moth eaten, but I haven't seen many ingenieurkorps fliegerbluse's (this is my first) so I decided to pursue this one. Glad to have added it to my ingenieurkorps collection.



  5. #64


    Love it Brad, now to just turn the belt the right way round, and it will really look fantastic
    (the belt flap goes to the right as viewed).


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    Two very sharp looking tunics!
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  7. #66


    Hi everyone here is another addition a white summer tunic for a Luftwaffe Stabsingenieur. This one is made from a soft ribbed silk-like material. It is very soft, and very light weight. The insignia is all removable, including the collar tabs, which are held on by snaps (the tabs fit the snaps perfectly, and the snaps are not sewn through both layers of the collar, which gives me confidence that they have been with the tunic for a very long time). It is not named. This is only the second summer tunic for this branch that I have seen.



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