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A Fallschirmjäger changing the barrel in his Note the captured Italian camo that his smock is made of. This is my rifle. Without my rifle, I am nothing. Without me, my rifle is nothing.

German paratroopers at Narvik.

the commanding officer of a German paratrooper battalion in the command output to Bjørnfjell, south near Narvik

Fallschirmjäger were established in 1938. They had to train hard. If you was a NCOs, officer or other rank of the Luftwaffe you had to successfully complete six jumps in order to receive the Luftwaffe Parachutist's Badge. Nevertheless, during World War II, the Fallschirmjäger were seldom used as parachutists. The Fallschirmjäger were famous for their willingness to give every effort unwaveringly even in the grimmest of situations. Instead, they were prized for their combat abilities and f...

Fallschirmjäger were established in 1938. They had to train hard. If you was a NCOs, officer or other rank of the Luftwaffe you had to successfully complete six jumps in order to receive the Luftwaffe Parachutist's Badge. Nevertheless, during World War II, the Fallschirmjäger were seldom used as parachutists. The Fallschirmjäger were famous for their willingness to give every effort unwaveringly even in the grimmest of situations. Instead, they were prized for their combat abilities and f...

"THE TEN COMMANDMENTS OF THE GERMAN AIRBORNE TROOPS" by General Kurt Student 1. You are the chosen ones of the German Armed Forces! 2. You will seek combat and train yourselves to endure any manner of test. 3. Battle shall be your fulfillment. 4. Cultivate true comradeship, for by the aid of your comrades you will triumph or die. 5. Be wary of speaking! Be incorruptible! Men act while women chatter. Careless talk can bring you to the grave!

- Axis Para/Glider & Cdo: Studio portrait of a Flieger of Fallschirmjager Pionier Batt.

A paratrooper of the 9. Fallschirmjaeger-Division (kneeling) and a German marine from the Panzergrenadier Division 'Kurmark', Heeresgruppe 'Wechsel', Battle of Berlin, April 1945. Approximately 1,000 Marines were attached to the 'Kurmark' Division, an ad hoc and understrength divisio

A paratrooper of the 9. Fallschirmjaeger-Division (kneeling) and a German marine from the Panzergrenadier Division 'Kurmark', Heeresgruppe 'Wechsel', Battle of Berlin, April 1945. Approximately 1,000 Marines were attached to the 'Kurmark' Division, an ad hoc and understrength divisio

Winter camo Fallshirmjager, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 469

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