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German Army Paratroopers Badge by FAB

German Army Paratroopers Metal jump badge

Qualification for this badge was 6 training jumps  

  • Die stick metal  
  • Gold-finished bronze for the eagle
  • Silver oxide for  laurel leaves
  • 2 piece construction
  • Pin back


This Army paratroopers version (Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen des Heeres) was  introduced (1 September 1937), with the


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German Army Paratroopers Metal jump badge

Qualification for this badge was 6 training jumps  

  • Die stick metal  
  • Gold-finished bronze for the eagle
  • Silver oxide for  laurel leaves
  • 2 piece construction
  • Pin back


This Army paratroopers version (Fallschirmschützen-Abzeichen des Heeres) was  introduced (1 September 1937), with the swastika relocated to the top of the wreath and surmounted by a smaller upright eagle.

On 4 October 1936 the army ordered the institution of its own parachute company, a Fallschirm-Infanterie-Kompanie. The army did not have a training facility of its own, thus they utilized the already established Luftwaffe facility at Stendal/Borstel (under Olt. Bassange) exclusively.

 On 4 November 1938, the Fallschirm-Infanterie-Batallion moved from Stendal to their new barracks and the army parachute units were transferred over to the Luftwaffe in 1939, the former army soldiers continued to wear.

The Army Paratroopers Badge was re-instituted on 1 June 1943 with the formation of the 15th (Fallschirmjager-) Kompanie of Brandenburg Regiment 4  (on 1 April 1943).the army version of the Parachutist badge

Made by Fabric Adler Berg

Brand: FAB Fabrik Adler Berg
Material: Metal
Weight: 40 grams
Service: Army
Insignia Type: Pin Badge
Insignia Fastener: Catch
Insignia Use: Qualification