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Late Sub/ship pins, issued or tourist pieces?

Article about: I picked up some of these ship/sub pins in lots when trying to obtain specific pieces. I know there are TONS of these out there but some look a lot like tourist pieces while others share som

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    Quote by MiGor View Post
    The first 5 badges are badges for a "Commander of a Submarine" or "Commander of a Ship".
    This was not a Question asked here..

    Submarine badges may be all Ok but Ive never seen those so-called Ship-Commander badges - so I guess all of those are just kinda tourist-fantasy

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    Quote by Bruno View Post
    This was not a Question asked here..

    Submarine badges may be all Ok but Ive never seen those so-called Ship-Commander badges - so I guess all of those are just kinda tourist-fantasy
    It wasn't the question asked, but it adds to the thread. Also I believe the ship commander awards are a legitimate award, just wasn't sure the age of these particular ones. Also not just the commander wore them and they come in gold and silver

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    Quote by meyerse View Post
    I believe the ship commander awards are a legitimate award, just wasn't sure the age of these particular ones. Also not just the commander wore them and they come in gold and silver
    One of my books says 1987, the other 1989 for the ship commander's badge. Either way a very late issue item.

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    I'm guessing the carrier wings are very late too, after all....an aircraft carrier is a tool of the imperialist!

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    Quote by Bruno View Post
    This was not a Question asked here..

    Submarine badges may be all Ok but Ive never seen those so-called Ship-Commander badges - so I guess all of those are just kinda tourist-fantasy
    They are legit I believe.

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    "Breast Badges of the Red Army 1941-1945". B. V. Airapetyan

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