Army / Waffen SS General Assault Badge for 25 engagements by JFS. This excellent example displays excellent frosting on the wreath. The darkened Wehrmacht eagle above the bayonet and grenade retain most of their gray finish. The reverse features the standard crimped hinge and recessed "C" catch. The JFS is incused on the right side of the wreath.
Green Berets from each of the seven Special Forces Groups stand in cordon formation at the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy, Oct. 18, as part of the commemorative Wreath Laying Ceremony held by the U.S. Army Special Forces Command (Airborne) at Arlington National Cemetery. The event paid tribute to JFK’s vision of building a dedicated counterinsurgency force, a vision that helped build the Green Berets into an elite force recognized around the world.
Army / Waffen SS Panzer Assault Badge in silver for 25 engagements by JFS This excellent example displays much of its original frosted along the wreath and darkened Wehrmacht eagle above bayonet and stick grenade. The 25 engagement front plate is separately attached. The reverse displays the wide pin, crimped hinge assembly and recessed 'C" catch.
Luftwaffe Wireless Operator qualification badge by Berg Nolte Ludenscheid. This early war example still retains traces of its original frosting on the wreath. The heavy nickle silver badge displays excellent detail. The reverse features the BN L maker's mark.
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