Weapons, Uniforms

V. Central Command and staff officers

  1. Commander in Chief of the Polish Armed Forces of the former Prussian partition, General of the branch Józef Dowbor-Muśnicki.
  2. Commander of the 1st Greater Poland Rifle Division, Lieutenant General (Division General) Filip Stanisław Dubiski, Biedrusko, 29 May 1919 (on the patch: the number “1” instead of “Hedwig’s Eagle” required by Central Command’s day order of 30 April 2019).
  3. Gorget patches on jacket collars: patch with “Hedwig’s eagle” required by the day order as specified above, patch on jacket collar of the Toruń Rifle Regiment given to General Józef Dowbor-Muśnicki, non-compliant patches of division commanders: the 1st (see profile 2) and the 3rd division, of Brigadier General Wincenty Odyniec.
  4. Adjutant of higher command (from division upwards), with the rank of captain.
  5. Double shoulder cords of adjutants of higher command, introduced by Central Command’s order of 21 February 2019.
  6. Adjutant of the 3rd Greater Poland Rifle Regiment, with the rank of lieutenant.
  7. Single shoulder cords of regiment adjutants, introduced by the order specified above.