recently I found this nice group of auxiliaries.
The lady on the left is a Führerin rank (leader, roughly equivalent to NCOs and officers). Note the collar piping and the aluminium pip on the collar. But she's missing any insignia on the lower sleeves. According to Davis' book on Luftwaffe uniforms any female holder of a service command position was entitled to one or two strips of aluminium cloth there. Am I correct to infer from this that she is a Heimleiterin (head of a Helferinnen home)?
She also seems to sport a small decoration on the left breast. Perhaps a Kriegsverdienstkreuz (KVK, war merit cross)?
The girl on the right with the two chevrons is an Oberhelferin (senior auxiliary) from the Flugmeldedienst (plane spotter service).
This branch also comprised the whole intruder tracking organization.
The picture must be from 1944 (or later) because of the jackets the girls (except the Führerin) are wearing.
The Luftwaffe guy on the right is a Oberfeldwebel (staff sergeant). Don't mess with him (or his girls).
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