WW2 Luftwaffe Identification Armband
A scarce early WW2 Luftwaffe identification armband 1st pattern introduced in 1938, constructed in yellow cotton screen printed in black with a classic drop tail eagle. The armband was issued to aircrew to be worn over their flight suits to identify them as friendly forces on the ground after bailing out over German territory. The armband has no damage or holes, in very good condition.
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