Flyers Corps and Motor Corps gorget patch
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Korpsführer was a Nazi Party paramilitary rank that was the highest rank used by the National Socialist Motor Corps and the National Socialist Flyers Corps. Translated as "Corps Leader", the rank of Korpsführer was held by the single officer in command of the entire organization. The rank was the equivalent of Reichsführer-SS, at least on paper.
List of Korpsführers
|№||Korpsführers for NSFK||Took office||Left office||Time in office||Ref|
|5 April 1937||26 June 1943||6 years, 82 days|||
|26 June 1943||8 May 1945||1 year, 313 days||–|
|№||Korpsführers for NSKK||Took office||Left office||Time in office||Ref|
|30 April 1933||18 June 1942 †||9 years, 49 days|||
|21 June 1942||8 May 1945||2 years, 318 days||–|
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