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Hans Bauer NJG Gunner 19-09-1944 near Budapest

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1941-03-12, 4./JG 54, Bf 109E-4/B, 3911, 8 weiße, Nördlich Cherbourg, Absturz in See um 15.40 Uhr infolge Flakbeschuß. Bruch 100 %.
Flugzeugführer Uffz Helmberger, Simon, vermißt

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1944-07-16, 10.(Pz)/SG 9, Hs 129 B-2, 141973, F weiße, Nördlich Wolkasuszanska (Pl.Qu. 41 672), Absturz und Aufschlagbrand infolge Flakbeschuß. Bruch 100 %.
Flugzeugführer Uffz Bayrle, Karl, + Luftwaffe and Allied Air Forces Discussion Forum - View Single Post - Loss details required July 16th 1944

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Cross City AF FL P-47 Cushman Scooter, Lt Peck killed June 1943

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Stubendorf 1944 Geburtstagfeier RKT Major Nöske mit Luftwaffen Ehrenpokal


Nöske Woldenga Bismarck Bischoff Karlstedt Richter Falley

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On 15 April 1941, Adolf Galland flew to Le Touquet (France) with this charming basket of lobster and champagne, gifts for Generalmajor Theo Osterkamp on his birthday. Feeling the itch, he took his wingman on a detour towards England looking for some hunting. Near Dover, he found some Spitfires. Of them, Galland claimed three (2 confirmed, 1 unconfirmed); they became his 60th and 61st aerial victory.. In fact, only one Spitfire was destroyed; the other two, damaged, made successful forced landings. He didn't end scot-free either: his Emil's undercarriage was damaged and dropped down. Seeing that, one of the Spitfire pilots (the also larger than life Flt Lt Paddy Finucane) also claimed Galland as a victory. The usual overclaiming of fighter pilots. Nonplussed our hero landed at Le Touquet and delivered the undamaged goods to Osterkamp.

Fastening the Siemens-Halske throat microphones of that neat LKpN101 "Netzkopfhabe" mess helmet, Brazilian cigar, fancy handkerchief and flashy wristwatch. Dandy as usual.
 

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