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ARMY JUMPWING MANUFACTURERS LIST

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This page lists many of the known makers of the Army Airborne Qualification badge as well as the Glider Qualification wings. I am unaware of a compehensive list of all makers.
 
 

March 10, 1941
 
U.S. Parachute Wings
 
Baily,Banks and Biddle or BB&B
Tiffany
Amcraft
Amico
A.E. Co. (American Emblem)
L.G.B. (L.G.Balfour Co.)
Bell Trading Post (General Insignia)
Durocharm
Gemsco(General Merchandising)
GP
Cicle H-Jack Heller
Hillborne Hamburger
Leonard Jewelers
N.S.Meyers
Norsid
Simon Brothers
Robbins
Orber(marked sterling in circle)
Weyhring
 
British Made Pieces
 
Thomas Fattorini
Firmin
Gaunt
Ludlow
SS Ltd.(Simon & Sons)
 
Australian Made
 
Angus & Coote
Luke
Wallace Bishop
 
Occupation Made
 
Poellath(German)
Assman(German)
Sendai(Japan)
Aoki Metals(Japan)
Kyoto Japan(Japan)
 
June 1944
 
Glider Related wings
 
Glider Pilot wings(letter "G" in middle of wing)
 
Meyer
Amico
LGB (Balfour)
 
Glider Badge
 
LGB(Balfour)
Meyer
Sendai(Japan)
Ludlow(British)
Firmin(British)
Gaunt(British)
Assman(German)
 
POST WAR MANUFACTURED JUMP WINGS
Any jump wings marked on the reverse with a single letter together with numbers are post war made wings.
 
Senior Parachutist wings (with star at top)-These were authorized in 1949 and announced in January 1950. They are marked D-22 which stands for Denmark Military Equipment Corp.
 
Master Parachutist (star on top surrounded by a wreath)- Vanguard 


 


 

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