Army Proficiency Badges
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陸軍徽章
Horseback Riding Badge, revised design
Established in Showa 15 [1940].
Tractor Driver's Badge
Established in Showa 17 [1942].
Horseback Riding Badge
Established on Meiji 45 [1912], May 28.
Wagon Driver Badges.
Established Showa 8 [1933].
Truck Driver Badge
'Infantry Gunner Observation Badge, Soldier Model.'
Aluminum. Original box.
'Infantry Gunner Observation Badge, NCO Model.'
Established Showa 11 [1936].
'Infantry Gunner Observation Badge, NCO Model.'
All gold. Aluminum. Original box.
Light Machine Gun Army Proficiency  Badge.
2nd Class with original cardboard box.
Established Showa 4 [1929].
Light Machine Gun Army Proficiency  Badge.
2nd Class with original cardboard box.
Established Showa 4 [1929].
Light Machine Gun Army Proficiency  Badge. 1st Class? Original cardboard
box, but the lid is missing so I'm not sure if this is a 1st Class.
Established Showa 4 [1929].
Bayonet Skills Army Proficiency  Badge. 1st Class.
Original cardboard box.
The two cannons here are different sizes, and I am not exactly sure what this
badge is. My Japanese sources do not list this one. Not in Peterson, either.
Obviously some sort of artillery firing award.