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Lithuanian Air Force Advanced Pilot Badge 1933-1940

Lithuanian Air Force Advanced Pilot Badge 1933-1940

An honour badge for pilots with 10 years of service. The Lithuanian Air Force came into being in the early 1920's and was subsumed into the Soviet Air Force when Lithuania was invaded in 1940. It had been a very small air force in a very small country, with few pilots. After the fall off the Soviet empire the Baltic States including Lithuania regained their independence and rebuilt their small forces, once again using a rather poor copy of this sturdy badge to honour senior pilots.

Chris Langley

Image size: 1280 x 960, 0.38Mb | Camera details: | Date uploaded: 30/06/2018

Chris Langley | Lithuanian Air Force Advanced Pilot Badge 1933-1940
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