Austrian scout uniform current and old version



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English: In the front, this picture shows the red scout uniform of the Pfadfinder und Pfadfinderinnen Österreichs (PPÖ, Austrian Boy Scouts and Girl Guides). The badge on the left pocket shows the insignia of the PPÖ, the one on the right pocket the insignia of WOSM (World Organization of the Scout Movement). At a girl guide uniform there is the insignia of WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts) instead. At the right sleeve you see the coat of arms of the province an the name of the group (in this case: Bruck/Leitha). In the back an old uniform (in use until 1995) is shown. The badges are the same. In addition, on the left sleeve there are the badges for First Class (the PPÖ-insignia again), the Second Class (showing the scout motto "Allzeit Bereit", meaning "allways prepared") and two merit badges.
Deutsch: Vorne das aktuelle, weinrote Uniformhemd der Pfadfinder und Pfadfinder Österreichs (PPÖ). Auf der linken Brusttasche befindet sich das Verbandsabzeichen der PPÖ, auf der Rechten das Abzeichen des Weltpfadfinderverbandes WOSM. Bei den Mädchen wird stattdessen das Abzeichen des Weltpfadfinderinnenverbandes WAGGGS verwendet. Auf dem rechten Ärmel ist das Wappen des Bundeslandes sowie der jeweilige Gruppenname (hier: Bruck/Leitha) aufgenäht. Hinten zeigt das Foto eine alte, bis 1995 verwendete, Uniform. Die Abzeichen sind gleich, zusätzlich sind am linken Ärmel die Abzeichen "Erste Klasse" (eine weiteres Mal das Verbandsabzeichen der PPÖ) sowie "Zweite Klasse" (der Schriftzug "Allzeit Bereit") zu sehen. Darunter befinden sich zwei Spezialabzeichen. Diese vier Abzeichen können bei der Alterstufe "Guides und Späher" (10-13-jährige) erworben werden.
Date 21 September 2010(2010-09-21)
Source Own work
Author KoeppiK


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