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    vicka1971
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    berets

    Post by vicka1971 on Fri May 28, 2010 11:25 pm

    Hi guys

    Few berets: Green- army( infantry),black- armor,maroon-paratroopers,navy blue-marines??? Rolling Eyes Very Happy



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    Re: berets

    Post by msciwoj on Wed Jun 02, 2010 9:59 am

    I dont think that navy blue one is marine,navy was wearing hats (eagle on it is from commie time LWP)but not sure about it,and red one might be Military Police

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    Re: berets

    Post by vicka1971 on Wed Jun 02, 2010 1:06 pm

    Hi there

    In my scan "red" is maroon. I know for sure,becouse I got that beret, during my deployment from polish soldier( NORDPOL BRG). Military police had/have red/scarlet colour berets. Cool

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    Re: berets

    Post by kaldi on Thu Jan 12, 2012 9:14 pm

    Hi all
    The blue beret is for coastal defence, i have one in my collection aswell as the "maroon" or as i call it "deep red" for paras and territorial defence.
    I also have the red ZW beret (military police) + some other aswell
    Just not sure if i can post the pictures lack og knowlege...
    But they can be seen at my site >>>kaldi.is<<<

    Greetings
    Kaldi

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    Re: berets

    Post by rsunday on Sun Jan 15, 2012 3:57 am

    Hello
    the colours of Polish Army berets are following:

    ARMY:
    - green - general army
    - maroon - airborne (6th Abn Bde and 25th Air Cav Bde)
    - black - armoured
    - dark blue with army eagle is used for working clothes
    - brown - was used by territorial defense
    - ligt blue - in Warsaw Pact era it was 7th "Marines" Div, now worn in 7th Mech Bde as a traditional beret

    MILITARY POLICE:
    - light red

    SPECIAL FORCES
    - dark green with metal eagle (with black shield)- Special Forces (except GROM)
    - light grey - SOF GROM unit
    Note: the eagle badge on dark green beret is worn like WW II Commandos - with eagle above left eye - not in the center as all others

    NAVY:
    - black with Navy eagle badge (additional anchor)

    AIR FORCE:
    - dark grey with AF eagle (with hussar's wings)

    I think I mentioned all beret!
    Greetings
    Rafal

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    Re: berets

    Post by kaldi on Sun Jan 15, 2012 11:07 am



    I dont know if the picture is coming up, but...
    Obecnie nosi sie berety nastepujcych kolorów (Nowadays one wear berets of following colours):
    -zielone- wjednostkach wojsk ladowich (green in army units).
    -Czarny- w pododdzialach czolgow, jednostkach 11 ywizji Kawalery Paancernej, na Wwidziale Pancernym Wyzszej Oficerskiej Szkoly im. Stefana Czarnieckiego (-Black-in tank sub units, units of 11th armored cavalry division, on the faculty of Armour of Stefan Czarnecki Military Academy).
    -Bordowe-w jednostkach desantowo-szturmowych i kavalerii powietrznej. (-deep red- in Airborne and air cavalry).
    -Niebieskie-w jednostkach obrony wybrzeza (-Blue-in Coast defence).
    -Szkarlatne-w jednostkach zandarmerii wojskowy, (-Crimson- in Military Police ).
    -Brazowe- w jednostkach obrony terytorialnej, (-Brown-in territorial defence).
    -szare-w jednostce specjlnej GROM (-Grey- in special unit GROM)...

    Info taken from website of ministry of defence in Poland
    Those are the colours of todays army of Poland...

    And note that i have in my collection berets of following colours and rank insignia:
    Blue - no rankinsignia on
    Deep red - insignia of mlodszy chorazy (Junior Warrant Officer)on it.
    Black - insignia of Porucznik (1st Lieutenant) on it.
    Green - insignia of Kapitan (captain) on it.
    Gray (air force) - insignia of Pulkownik (Colonel) on it.
    Grey (GROM)- insignia of Pulkownik (Colonel) on it.
    Crimson - insignia of Pod Pulkownik (Lt Colonel) on it.
    Crimson - insignia of Pulkownik (Colonel) on it...
    All authentic items present and bought in shop that sells to armed forces of Poland.
    Kaldi

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    Re: berets

    Post by abrakadabra on Sat Feb 11, 2012 7:14 pm

    Additional info:
    Blue one from first picture looks to me like "working environment" beret (beret roboczy).

    There were also black beret for Air Force. In early '90 for all Air Force members in two variants (standard (replaced by dark grey one) and for air mechanics (replaced around 2004 by 'air mechanic cap')). Dark grey beret was replaced by garrison cap.

    Teritorial Defence Forces are no longer existing.

    After 1990 poland adopted three beret patterns (i'm not counting special forces and grom berets).

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    Re: berets

    Post by kaldi on Sat Feb 11, 2012 8:26 pm

    abrakadabra wrote:Additional info:
    Blue one from first picture looks to me like "working environment" beret (beret roboczy).

    There were also black beret for Air Force. In early '90 for all Air Force members in two variants (standard (replaced by dark grey one) and for air mechanics (replaced around 2004 by 'air mechanic cap')). Dark grey beret was replaced by garrison cap.

    Teritorial Defence Forces are no longer existing.

    After 1990 poland adopted three beret patterns (i'm not counting special forces and grom berets).

    But as i was looking at uniformregulations of Polish Armed Forces then they still have the "Territorial Defence" listed.
    Just look it up on the site from wp.mil.pl or just follow the link http://www.sgwp.wp.mil.pl/plik/File/INFORMATOR%20MUND%2014.09.pdf
    And here for more info http://www.mon.gov.pl/pliki/File/umundurowanie/PROJEKT%20WWW/galoweWL.htm

    Greetings
    Kaldi

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