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7 Staffel III. Gruppe Zerstörergeschwader 26 - 7./ZG26 7.ZG26 emblemZG26 emblem


Messerschmitt Bf 110C-4 7./ZG26 (3U+AR) Ernst Matthes Cherbourg, France Sep 1940

Photo 01: 3U+JR, a Bf 110C-2, of the Staffelkapitän of 7./ZG26, Oblt. Ernst Matthes. Matthes Franz Santel Bordfunker.

Messerschmitt Bf 110C 7./ZG26 (3U+JR) North Africa 1941-42

Photo 01: 3U+JR, a Bf 110C of 7./ZG26 North Africa.

Messerschmitt Bf 110 E 7./ZG26, Mediterranean, 1941/42

Aircraft of 7./ZG 26 operating over the Mediterranean and northern Africa predominantly served as escorts for transport aircraft that served the supply routes for the Afrika Korps, as well as in attacks on ground and sea targets. For facilitating these operations, the aircraft carried underwing drop tanks as well as extra oil tanks under the fuselage. These features were not particularly frequent, and were most common on aircraft of 7. and 8./ZG 26. This aircraft, serving in the Mediterranean, carried the 9. Staffel emblem, the penguin with an umbrella on a white background, as well as a white fuselage band. The spinners were tipped in white.

Stroje 7./ZG 26 prováděly nad Středozemním mořem a Afrikou převážně doprovody dopravních strojů zásobujících Afrika Korps a útoky na pozemní a námořní cíle. Pro akce v této oblasti dostaly kromě přídavných nádrží pod křídlem i podtrupové olejové nádrže. Tato výbava byla používaná zřídka, vidět byla převážně u strojů 7. a 8./ZG 26. Stroj během svého působení ve Středomoří nesl emblém 9. Staffel, tučňáka s deštníkem na dvojitém bílém klínu, a bílý pruh na trupu.Vrtulové kužely měly špičku v bílé barvě.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110C Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+DR) abandoned airframe North Africa
Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+ER) left derelict in North Africa
Messerschmitt Bf 110C Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+GR) during Battle of Britain France 1940

Messerschmitt Bf 110C Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+HR) Battle of Britain 1940 01

Photo 01: 3U+HR of 7./ZG26 moves out for another escort mission during the Battle of Britain. Note the two tone upper surface camouflage on the top of the fuselage, and the yellow lower section on the starboard rudder.

Photo 01: Derelict 3U+ER of 7./ZG26 in the desert. Note that the individual aircraft letter 'E' is black outline only on the white theatre band. The spinner tip is in the Staffel colour of white.

Messerschmitt Bf 110 C-5 7./ZG26 (3U+FR) WNr 2233 flown by Alfred Wehmeyer Derna, North Africa 1942

Messerschmitt Bf 110C Zerstorer 7./ZG26 (3U+FR) France Sep. 1940 01

A Bf110C heavy fighter of Zerstorergeschwader 26 'Horst Wessel'. Just visible on the nose of this machine, coded 3U+FR of 7./ZG26, is the original ladybird emblem of III.Gruppe. Later, the 7.Staffel created its own emblem consisting of a double chevron, upon which was superimposed a penguin holding an umbrella. On 27 September, ZG26 lost six aircraft during an attack on the Parnell aero-engine factory at Yate, near Bristol.

Messerschmitt Bf 110C 7./ZG26 (3U+JR) pilot Ernst Matthes Cherbourg, France Sep 1940 01

Photo 01: 3U+JR, a Bf 110C-2, of the Staffelkapitän of 7./ZG26, Oblt. Ernst Matthes. Matthes belly landed this aircraft back at Cherbourg on 25 September 1940 on one engine following combat with a Spitfire over England.

Messerschmitt Bf 110C 7./ZG26 (3U+JR) North Africa 1941-42

Photo 01: 3U+JR, a Bf 110C of 7./ZG26 North Africa.

Messerschmitt Bf 110G Zerstorer 7./ZG26 (3U+KR) 01

Photo 01: This Bf 110G-2 of 7./ZG26, coded 3U+KR carries a white rear fuselage band and two mortar tubes under each wing. The underside of the starboard wingtip appears to be painted in yellow, with the individual aircraft letter, 'K' Painted on it.

Messerschmitt Bf 110C Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+LR) during Battle of Britain France 1940
Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+MR) MTO 1941-42

Photo 01: 3U+JR, a Bf 110C of 7./ZG26 North Africa.

Messerschmitt Bf 110E2/Trop Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+OR) North Africa 1942

Messerschmitt Bf 110 E-2/Trop Zerstörer 7./ZG 26 (3U+OR) Libya 1942

For service over Africa, Bf 110 Es were equipped with dust filters and larger oil coolers under the engine cowls. They also carried 300 lit rs or 900 lit rs fuel tanks under the wings, but the under-fuselage oil tanks were no longer carried. For operations over the desert, the aircraft were overpainted with a sand color on all upper surfaces. The only markings carried were composed of the national insignia, fuselage codes, white fuselage band, and white-tipped spinners. From December, 1941 to July, 1943, the CO of III./ZG 26 was Hptm. Georg Christl, previous CO of 7./ZG 26. He gained seven victories over the Mediterranean, and received the Knight's Cross in August, 1942. He was among the most technically gifted of Luftwaffe officers. His last year of the war was spent with the experimental unit JG 10.

Pro akce nad Afrikou byly stroje Bf 110 E vybaveny prachovými filtry a zvětšenými chladiči oleje v motorových gondolách. Pod křídlem nosily přídavné nádrže na 300, nebo 900 litrů paliva, ale podtrupové olejové nádrže se již nemontovaly. Stroj byl pro operace nad pouští přebarven pískovou barvou na horních plochách. Nenesl žádný marking, kromě výsostných znaků, trupového kódu, bílého pruhu a bílých špiček vrtulového kuželu. Od prosince 1941 do července 1943 byl velitelem III./ZG 26 Hptm. Georg Christl, dosavadní velitel 7./ZG 26. Všech svých 7 vítězství dosáhl ve Středomoří. Rytířským křížem byl vyznamenán v srpnu 1942. Patřil mezi technicky nejvíce nadané důstojníky Luftwaffe. Poslední rok války velel zkušební jednotce JG 10.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstörer 7./ZG26 (3U+ZR) 01

Photo 01: 3U+ZR of 7./ZG26 carrying the same upper surface camouflage as 3U+XS. However it is not possible to determine whether this Bf 110 also carried a 30 mm cannon under the fuselage.

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Canon Bf 110E 7./ZG26 (3U+FR) pilot Alfred Wehmeyer Derna 1942
Canon Bf 110E 7./ZG26 (3U+FR) pilot Alfred Wehmeyer Derna 1942 NM

Bf 110E flown by Oberleutnant Alfred Wehmeyer, Staffelkapitan 7./ZG 26, Derna, May 1942. Wehmeyer had joined II. Gruppe during the Battle of Britain, and was appointed Staffelkapitan of 7./ZG 26 in June 1942. Wehmeyer usually used this aircraft, but was killed whilst flying '3U+HR'
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Ernst Matthes

Units: Stab III./ZG-26 (5/40), Stfkpt 7./ZG-26 (1/41)

Awards: EK 2, Destroyer Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 110C

Remarks: One known victory, a Morane on 14 May, 1940, no location. A 2nd, a Spitfire over England on 31 August, 1940.

Asisbiz 2 aerial victories for Ernst Matthes

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Height Time Location / Remarks
Tuesday, May 14, 1940 Ernst Matthes Stab III./ZG26 Morane   13:20  
Saturday, August 31, 1940 Ernst Matthes 7./ZG26 Spitfire   09:38  

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Alfred Wehmeyer

Units: 8./ZG-26 (9/40), 7./ZG-26 (2/41), Stfkpt 7./ZG-26 (12/41)

Awards: RK(9/4/42 Post.), DK-G(2/25/42), Ital.Pilot Wg & Sil Valor Medal, EP(3/21/41), EK 1 & 2, Ftr Oper.Clsp

Known Aircraft: Bf 110C-5 WNr 2233 '3U+HR' (lost 6/42)

Remarks: KIA 1 June, 1942 by a direct hit on his C-5 from AA fire during a low level attack west of Tobruk. His gunner, Uffz Biwer, was also killed. His first known victory, during the Battle of Britain, a Spitfire over England on 18 August, 1940. A 2nd, a Hurricane over England on 31 August, 1940. A 3rd, another Spitfire over England on 3 September, 1940. A 4th, a Hurricane over England on 26 September, 1940. His 5th, a Spitfire on 27 September, 1940, no location. 5 victories in the Desert; a Hurricane on 10 April, 1941, a Hurricane on 24 November, 1941, and including a Hurricane (this may have actually been a P-40 of SAAF No. 5 Sq.) on 27 May, 1942, a Boston over Derna on 29 May, 1942, and a Wellington on 31 May, 1942. All victories in the West.

Asisbiz list of 13 aerial victories for Alfred Wehmeyer

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Height Time Location / Remarks
Sunday, August 18, 1940 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Spitfire   14:26  
Saturday, August 31, 1940 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Hurricane   09:43  
Tuesday, September 03, 1940 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Spitfire   11:22  
Thursday, September 26, 1940 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Hurricane   17:36  
Friday, September 27, 1940 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Spitfire   12:40  
Wednesday, February 19, 1941 Alfred Wehmeyer 8./ZG26 Hurricane   11:42  
Thursday, April 10, 1941 Alfred Wehmeyer 7./ZG26 Hurricane   17:55  
Monday, November 24, 1941 Alfred Wehmeyer 9./ZG26 Hurricane   16:08 N Africa Based Derna
Tuesday, January 13, 1942 Alfred Wehmeyer Stab III./ZG26 Blenheim   15:50  
Thursday, February 12, 1942 Alfred Wehmeyer Stab III./ZG26 Blenheim   16:22  
Wednesday, May 27, 1942 Alfred Wehmeyer 7./ZG26 P-40 Kittyhawk   08:52  
Friday, May 29, 1942 Alfred Wehmeyer 7./ZG26 Wellington   20:34  
Sunday, May 31, 1942 Alfred Wehmeyer 7./ZG26 Wellington   23:10  

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