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The Kommando Landstreitkräfte also contained some specially trained units - like the 40. Fallschirmjägerbataillon Willi Sänger (later Luftsturmregiment 40 Willi Sänger). The structure and equipment was mostly of Soviet design, and the NVA operated in close collaboration with the Group of Soviet Forces in Germany . There were also reports of a special NVA diversionary battalion in south Germany equipped with M-48s and M-113s, able to cause confusion amongst NATO forces if war came (thus emulating and improving on the example of Otto Skorzeny 's Panzerbrigade 150 during the Ardennes Offensive ). However more recent reports throw doubt on the existence of any such unit. [5]

Please remember that many of these unclaimed fund accounts are listed exactly as they are in the this agencies unclaimed funds database. In other words, even if it was obvious errors in names, addresses or even unclaimed funds amounts these errors were repeated in these lists. So some of these accounts have common mistakes while others may have uncommon mistakes. Some of the mistakes are just misspelled first names, last names or addresses associated with them. Usually it's listing errors like these that are actually the major reasons why most of these unclaimed funds have not been recovered so far and have such a low recovery rate.

Try to keep in mind that Connecticut unclaimed money, Connecticut unclaimed cash, Connecticut unclaimed funds and Connecticut unclaimed property are all the same thing. They are Gold Mines that are just waiting to be discovered by the rightful owners or even their heirs. THE LIST BELOW IS IN THE FOLLOWING FORMAT

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