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What does GAFPB stand for?

GAFPB stands for German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge


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FORT RUCKER, Ala. (September 27, 2012) -- Soldiers can compete and show their dexterity by participating in the training and testing for the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge Oct. 1 to Nov. 2. The commander of the German Army Liaison Staff, Lt. Col. Martin C.
S. Army uniform. According to the Texas Christian University ROTC detachment, Horned Frog Battalion, recipients are required to meet a rigorous set of physical fitness standards, pass a basic marksmanship test and hold combat lifesaver certification. It is an honor for foreign soldiers to receive the German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge. The badge is awarded by representatives of the German Army after they observe the required tests.
[5] See also[edit] Awards and decorations of the German Armed Forces Dutch Military Proficiency Badge (Netherlands) Expert Infantryman Badge (United States) References[edit] ^ HRC Approved Foreign Badges. ^ ZDv 37/10 Dress code for the soldiers of the Bundeswehr. Chapter XII a) and b) and Annexes 8, 9, 10 and 11. ^ AR670-1 ^ [1] ^ 578. 120 External links[edit] AR 600-8-22, Appendix D (Updated as of 20 March 2013) Fort Leavenworth Soldiers train hard to earn German badge Virginia troops vie for German Armed Forces Badge Bliss Soldiers compete for coveted German proficiency badge The German Armed Forces Proficiency Badge.