Image courtesy of Chris Langley's The World of Military Wings
This is the Latvian Flying Club badge. Most military pilots in Latvia learned to fly first as members of the Latvian Flying Club.
Those who were trained by the LAK were allowed to wear this badge on their uniform. I have examples of images of Naval and Army people
NOT wearing the military flying badge but wearing the LAK badge and other images showing both the Army and the Navy pilots wearing
the LAK badge and others wearing only the military badge on their uniform. It was obviously an acceptable part of uniform
identification. The badge was available in three sizes. This example is about the same size as the naval badge, but there are two
smaller versions and these all seem to show up in various uniform pix. As these were worn through until 1940, I think they deserve
showing on your site like the other badges. - Chris Langley