WW2 German Army Anti-Aircraft Range-Taker Badge made from a bottle green and yellow thread on a blue backing.
Introduced on 18 May 1944, the Army Anti-Aircraft Range-Taker Badge (Heeresflak E-Messer) was issued to personnel tasked with gauging the range of enemy aircraft to aid in the sighting and aiming of Flak guns. These impressive replicas are made from a blue wool backing, with the design made from a bottle green and yellow thread.
The Anti-Aircraft Range-Taker Badge of the WW2 German Army, which was worn on the left forearm.
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