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Help Identifying New Shoulder Boards

Article about: by Rob truscott Looks like red piped motorized infantry . \\$12 isn't bad Actually, I do not believe that pogori is branch specific. IIRC that style of pogori is Army wide, as it has no branch

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    Hello all, I have aquired two new Russian shoulder boards and would like help identifying them. Thanks in Advance!!
    PSon't know if WWII or not
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    Hi Trevor, these are post war, 1970's era, Soviet Army Officers shoulder boards for use on the Greatcoat. Rank is Lt.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Thanks, Ade. Do you know if these hold any value, or if they are just more Soviet surplus?

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    Hi Trevor, value will be pretty low, under $10.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Oh, no... I paid 12.00 USD for these. I guess that dealer can feel happy with ripping-off 13 yr. olds then.

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    Hi Trevor, these are post war, 1970's era, Soviet Army Officers shoulder boards for use on the Greatcoat. Rank is Lt.

    Cheers, Ade.
    Ade, and Trevor;

    No, the rank is Podpolkovnik, or Lt. Col. (Note: the double red stripes, for a senior Officer, not the single red stripe for a junior Officer)

    Boridin

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    You are of course correct For some unknown reason I missed off the "Col" bit.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    You are of course correct For some unknown reason I missed off the "Col" bit.

    Cheers, Ade.
    We all have brain farts at times my friend!

    Have a better one!

    Boridin

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    Looks like red piped motorised infantry . $12 isnt bad

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    Thank you all for your help!

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