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NVA Kampfmesser 87

Article about: Hi, mates ! Want to show you the "Kampfmesser 87", approved in the Forces of the NVA, (Nationale Volksarmee), of the former GDR, (Deutsche Demokratische Republik). Only a few thous

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    Nr. 0112 ("T in circle" , hallmarked upon the Schernocken),
    Nr. 0985 ("W im Kreis"),
    Nr. 1010 ("W im Kreis"),
    Nr. 1249 ("T im Kreis"),
    Nr. 1591 ("W im Kreis"),
    Nr. 1290 ("W im Kreis"),
    Nr. 2130 ("W im Kreis"),
    Nr. 2155 ("W im Kreis").

    Also, some examples of the "M87" "survival Knife":

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    Welcome back Reibert, where have you been?
    Wonderful collection , congratulations still no update about the production quantity?
    V

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    Quote by VocelkaV View Post
    ... still no update about the production quantity?
    ...
    Hi, V. !

    The "highest" serial-No. on an "KM87" I observed till today, was the 3066.

    Regarding the "M87" "Survival Knife":
    As far as I know, only 248 pcs. were delivered by Suhl.

    Best regards,
    R.

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    Thank you Reibert for this useful information, how many paratroopers have served in the east german army annually?

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    Quote by VocelkaV View Post
    ... how many paratroopers have served in the east german army annually?
    A former NVA Paratrooper wrote to me:

    Merely, (app.), 350, at most, 400 men !
    But, not all of them were trained in parachuting because airborne not obligatory means to jump out of a plain or a chopper through chute !

    With his permission I´m allowed to show images of the last jump day with international involvement, (17.-18.9.1990).

    IMO the NVA Para´s was one of the best trained and toughest military unit ever !


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    Quote by Reibert View Post
    A former NVA Paratrooper wrote to me:

    Merely, (app.), 350, at most, 400 men !
    But, not all of them were trained in parachuting because airborne not obligatory means to jump out of a plain or a chopper through chute !

    With his permission I´m allowed to show images of the last jump day with international involvement, (17.-18.9.1990).

    IMO the NVA Para´s was one of the best trained and toughest military unit ever !


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