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Hello!

 

 

 

Need help of these KM Photo with Specialist trade patch in wear.

 

 

Top Badge; 3 stripes on left arm 6th division Port Watch.

 

Next;Matrosenobergefreiter is an acting NCO Dienstutter Maat this indicated by the small silver Chevron below the Double

Yellow Chevron of Obergefreiter,

 

Patch No,4 and 5 i need help.

 

Patch No,6 is Artillery Weapons of small vessels 2 Motorenlehrgang.

 

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Thanks for interest and help

 

Best,KM Norway.

 

 

 

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Hello Morten, my opinión from top to bottom:

 

- Port watch 6th divison

- Bootsmanns Obergefreiter

- Unteroffizieranwärter - NCO Candidate (silver chevron)

- Specialty trade badge 1 - Gunner of automatic anti-aircraft weapons (until 1940)

- Specialty trade badge 2 - Speciaist in electric motors with E-II course (until 1940)

- Specialty trade badge 3 - Motor specialist with Mot-III couse (abolished in 1940) 
 

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Hello Morten, my opinión from top to bottom:

 

- Port watch 6th divison

- Bootsmanns Obergefreiter

- Unteroffizieranwärter - NCO Candidate (silver chevron)

- Specialty trade badge 1 - Gunner of automatic anti-aircraft weapons (until 1940)

- Specialty trade badge 2 - Speciaist in electric motors with E-II course (until 1940)

- Specialty trade badge 3 - Motor specialist with Mot-III couse (abiliseh in 1940) 

 

Hello!

 

Thanks for your comment!

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Hi Morten,

Why are you asking for more suggestions?  Which one(s) are you having a hard time believing/disagree with the interpretation? 

I believe Eduardo did a great job as did you in this rank qualification identification. 

Best Regards

JustinG

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On 25-11-2016 at 7:28 AM, JustinG said:

Hi Morten,

Why are you asking for more suggestions?  Which one(s) are you having a hard time believing/disagree with the interpretation? 

I believe Eduardo did a great job as did you in this rank qualification identification. 

Best Regards

JustinG

Hello JustinG!

Doubt no way suggestion that Eduardo have come With.Still think that others also had come opinions on the same!

Best, Morten HP.

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Hello!

Here is a phot my friend Andre H have made for meg.The same Eduardo come With.A very great Job Eduardo have come With!

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Long time since I have been here at this forum. To bussy with stuff at home. :)
to me it seems like the patch right under the chevrons, is the gun chief of smaller vessels pacth (after 1940)
You can see some of the cheveron, but the other part of it is hidden behind some cloth since he has his arm bent upwards. This is why the patch under the gun chief of smaller vessels, which also I belive is the el-motor specialist, looks like a complete unknown trade patch.

This is IMO the patches that he has on his arm.

 

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Hi André, nice to see you here again.

Probably you are right about the first specialist insignia, only one side of the chevron is visible, but for sure looks like that, good eye.

 

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