Years of the 50th
First introduced after the war had a square shape dog tag, he was not breaking down as military dog tags and pre-war. The lamina made of aluminum were deposited: – The name and number of the company – The name of the regiment – The number of individual The shape of the dog tag was modeled on the Russian dog tags. This kind of Immortelle force probably until 70-80 years of last century.
Years of the 70th
The next type of dog tag dog tags is a round, perforated serving to break. Were made of stainless steel with a diameter of 35 mm and a thickness of 1 mm. They carry the inscription “Armed Forces of the Polish People’s Republic.” The only identification is a number consisting of seven digits knocked on both halves. Each of the halves was knocked out 2 holes through which the rope przewlekało maid to wear a dog tag around his neck.
Years of the 90th
The next type is the same dog tag shaped like dog tags from the communist period so that instead of “Armed Forces of the Polish People’s Republic” was the inscription “The Polish Armed Forces.” The only identification data was knocked out number on both halves of the dog tag.
The newest type of immortelle (probably introduced only at the mission in Afghanistan) is modeled on the U.S. Army dog tags. It consists of a ball chain and two stainless steel blades. The difference with the American consists in that: the chain is clearly thicker than the U.S., moreover, is only one (the chain is not easy for the second lamina); plaques themselves are somewhat more elongated shape, and have no bent as plaque Edge U.S.; Both blades are mounted on a “ogniwku” which after breaking Immortelle is soldered.