1948 DutchArmy 11Luchtmobiele Brigade 20 Natresbat Woman Milva Insigia

1948 DutchArmy 11Luchtmobiele Brigade 20 Natresbat Woman Milva Insigia

Code: 12687

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For sale is a rare collection of early post Ww2, late 1940s Netherlands Army 11 Luchtmobiele Brigade, 20 Natresbat Milva Womens Insignia belonging to J.C. Weasels. This grouping includes 12 patches/ badges from her original uniform. 


1. Late 1940s, 20 Natresbataljon formation patch (sword with waves patch)


2. Early 1950s Netherlands Beret MILVA (MILVA = Militaire Vrouwen Afdeling = Military Women Section) Type 1 Beret Badge with green backing. The green backing is for the Medical Service.


3. Early 1950s embroidery JE MAINTIENDRAI (the Netherlands) patch.


4. Early 1950s CSR shoulder badge MILVA women brass flower badge. 


5. Early 1950s, three Milva Fabric and brass shoulder badges


6. Early 1950s Milva Bar Identification Tab.


And several other patches of this women’s uniform. 


All patches are late 1940s to early 1950s in age. 


Since 2012, 20 Natresbattalion of the National Reserve Corps has been part of the Airmobile Brigade. The brigade staff also includes the Regional Military Commander, a colonel who is in charge of National Operations in the North Holland, South Holland and Utrecht part of the Airmobile Brigade. The corps has been part of the Royal Netherlands Army since 1948. The main task of the corps is to monitor and secure Dutch territory. The Natres consists of approximately 3,000 actively serving reservists, divided over 3 regionally organized battalions of approximately 900 persons each, including a battalion staff of approximately 40 persons. The three battalions are assigned to 43 Mechanized Brigade, 13 Light Brigade and 11 Airmobile Brigade. 20 Natresbattalion consists of six companies under the brigade and responsible for the western and central Netherlands. The companies consist of approximately 150 people, commanded by a captain. The Alpha company consists of 5 platoons, the other companies consist of 4 platoons of 35 men. Each platoon is led by a lieutenant. Each platoon consists of three groups of about 10 men/women, led by a sergeant.


This interesting and rare grouping will be sent via Royal Mail 1st class signed for and dispatched within two working days.