3e Staffel Neubiberg

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  1. Passer

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    I have just bought a photo album off a zerstorer pilot named Hartmut Langelotz.
    Langelotz was assigned to the Wiener-Neustadt Airbase in the summer of 1940 (C-Schule 8) and then attended the Blind-flying School 1 in Brandis near Leipzig beginning in November 1940. From 1 December 1940 - 25 April 1941, he was attached to Zerstorerschule 1 in Schleissheim, serving with the 3rd Squadron in Neubiberg. Langelotz served in Africa and Russia. According to the German War Graves website, Langelotz was killed in action on 19 April 1945.
    Can anyone give me more info on him,where was he killed ?
    All help greatly apreciated !
     
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    Welcome to the forum, Passer. There are quite a few experten here on the
    Luftwaffe..... I suspect one of them will jump in shortly.

    Again, welcome to the forum.

    Charles
     
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    Thanks Ccheese... !
    But no replys or answers...
    Anyone here who can help me???
     
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    I couldn't find anything but by the date of his death and his previous history I can only assume that he was in the flying schools and then became "enlisted" in the ground Luftwaffe against the Russians. Haven't found anything about him.
     
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