Soviet airforce colonel parade uniform Obr.69

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Visor cap
Belt optional
13 medals
2 badges
Very good


Soviet air force major
M1969 parade uniform

Soviet 1970s parade uniform for a war veteran navigator of the Soviet air force, the VSS, by rank of major. The shoulder boards are golden with two blue stripes and carry one large silver star each for the rank of major. The collar tabs, which are sky blue felt, carry the insignia of the air force, a winged propeller.

The wartime awards include the medal for liberation of Warszaw and the medal for Victory over Germany as well as the medal for combat service which is an unnumbered long service award. The awards are mounted in the pre-1980s fashion along the collar of the uniform, mounted on suspensions that are attached by screwplates and pin respectively.

The ribbons are generally worn yet some of these have obviously been changed over the lapse of the career. Other awards include the medal for Veteran serviceman and awards for 20 and 15 years of irreproachable service, anniversary decorations and a very fine, 1960s polish Cross of Merit, Ist class. Mounted correctly above all awards is the military version of the 100th anniversary of V.I. Lenin. Notice that the medal for Irreproachable service I glass is damaged, something that adds to the character of the uniform. On the wearers left is a brass 1966 type navigator wing 1st class as well as the badge commemorating the 25th anniversary of the Victory.

The size of the uniform is 52 russian or about 40-42US. The visor cap is a size 55, 1970s dated cap. The uniform comes with matching dark blue, sky blue piped breeches for wear with boots. The parade belt is not included, but recommended as a separate and optional purchase. Overall, the uniform is in great condition but shows limited wear from time and storage.

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