Jagdgeschwader 301

Geschwaderkommodoren:

  • Obstlt Helmut Weinreich, Oct 1943 - 19 Nov 1943
  • Maj Manfred Mössinger, 19 Nov 1943 - Sep 1944
  • Obstlt Fritz Aufhammer, Sep 1944 - May 1945

Stab:

Formed 1 Oct 1943 in Neubiberg. JG301 was ordered formed on 26 Sep 1943.

The Stabsstaffel/JG301 was formed 23 Jan 1945 in Rechlin from but remained at Rechlin and never operated together with the rest of JG301.

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Oct 1943 - Oct 1943 Neubiberg 7. JD Bf 109G
Oct 1943 - Jan 1944 Frankfurt-Rhein/Main   Bf 109G
Jan 1944 - 1 Sep 1944 Schleißheim   Bf 109G/Fw 190A
1 Sep 1944 - 4 Jan 1945 Stendal 1. JD Fw 190A
4 Jan 1945 - 19 Feb 1945 Welzow 1. JD Fw 190A
19 Feb 1945 - 10 Apr 1945 Stendal   Fw 190A/Ta 152H
10 Apr 1945 - 30 Apr 1945 Neustadt-Glewe   Fw 190A/Ta 152H
30 Apr 1945 - 8 May 1945 Sande/Leck 2. JD Ta 152H

I. Gruppe:

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Richard Kamp, 1 Oct 1943 -
  • Maj Walter Brede,
  • Hptm Wilhelm Burggraf, ? - 21 Nov 1944
  • ?
  • Hptm Gerhard Posselmann, Feb 1945 - May 1945

Formed 1 Oct 1943 in Neubiberg/Donau with:

Stab I./JG301 new
1./JG301 new
2./JG301 new
3./JG301 new

In Nov 1943 redesignated with :

Stab I./JG301 became Stab I./JG302
1./JG301 became 1./JG302
2./JG301 became 2./JG302
3./JG301 became 3./JG302

Reformed Nov 1943 in Gardelegen with:

Stab I./JG301 new
1./JG301 new
2./JG301 new
3./JG301 new

I./JG301 probably never had 4 Staffeln.

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Sep 1943 - Nov 1943 Neubiberg 7. JD Bf 109G
Nov 1943 - Dec 1943 Gardelegen* 1. JD Bf 109G
Dec 1943 - 4 May 1944 Neubiberg** 7. JD Bf 109G
4 May 1944 - 12 Jun 1944 Holzkirchen***   Bf 109G
12 Jun 1944 - Jun 1944 St. Dizier   Bf 109G
Jun 1944 - 26 Aug 1944 Epinoy 4. JD Bf 109G
26 Aug 1944 - 4 Jan 1945 Salzwedel 1. JD Fw 190A
4 Jan 1945 - 19 Feb 1945 Finsterwalde 1. JD Fw 190A/Ta 152
19 Feb 1945 - 10 Apr 1945 Salzwedel 1. JD Fw 190A/Ta 152
10 Apr 1945 - 30 Apr 1945 Hagenow   Fw 190A/Ta 152
30 Apr 1945 - 8 May 1945 Leck 2. JD Fw 190A/Ta 152

* 3./JG301 at Bad Wörishofen, 19 Nov 1943 - Dec 1943

** Mar 1944: 1./JG301 at Neubiberg, 2./JG301 at Leipheim and 3./JG301 at Zerbst.

*** with staffeln at Frankfurt-Eschborn and Langendiebach

II. Gruppe:

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Graf Resugier, 1 Oct 1943 - Nov 1943
  • Hptm Wilhelm Fulda, 26 Nov 1943 - Jul 1944
  • ?
  • Hptm Herbert Nölter, 6 Dec 1944 - 13 Apr 1945
  • Hptm Roderich Cescotti, Apr 1945 - May 1945

Formed 1 Oct 1943 in Altenburg from parts of :

Stab II./JG301 new
4./JG301 new
5./JG301 new
6./JG301 new

Did not have its own aircraft until Nov 1943, and until then, shared those used by In Nov 1943 renamed with :

Stab II./JG301 became Stab II./JG302
4./JG301 became 4./JG302
5./JG301 became 5./JG302
6./JG301 became 6./JG302

Reformed Nov 1943 in Wien-Seyring with:

Stab II./JG301 new
4./JG301 new
5./JG301 new
6./JG301 new

II./JG301 probably never had 4 Staffeln.

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Oct 1943 - Nov 1943 Altenburg 7. JD Bf 109G
Nov 1943 - 29 Apr 1944 Wien-Seyring 7. JD Bf 109G
29 Apr 1944 - Jun 1944 Targsorul-Nou*   Bf 109G
14 Jun 1944 - 26 Jun 1944 Busherischte* Jafu Balkan Bf 109G
26 Jun 1944 - Aug 1944 Wrasdebna* Jafu Balkan Bf 109G
Aug 1944 - 8 Sep 1944 Wien-Seyring   Bf 109G
8 Sep 1944 - 12 Sep 1944 Brandenburg-Briest   Bf 109G
12 Sep 1944 - 4 Jan 1945 Sachau 1. JD Bf 109G/Fw 190A
4 Jan 1945 - 19 Feb 1945 Welzow 1. JD Fw 190A
19 Feb 1945 - 10 Apr 1945 Stendal 1. JD Fw 190A/D
10 Apr 1945 - 30 Apr 1945 Neustadt-Glewe   Fw 190A/D
30 Apr 1945 - 8 May 1945 Leck 2. JD Fw 190A/D

* 4./JG301 at Wrasdebna, 5 May 1944 - 4 Jun 1944; at Targsorul-Nou, 4 Jun 1944 - 10 Jun 1944; at Mizil, 10 Jun 1944 - Aug 1944;

* 5./JG301 at Wrasdebna, a few days around 7 May 1944;

* 6./JG301 at Targsorul-Nou, 19 May 1944 - 20 Jul 1944; at Meri, 20 Jul 1944 - Aug 1944;

III. Gruppe:

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Manfred Mössinger, 1 Oct 1943 - Nov 1943
  • Maj Siegfried Wegner, Nov 1943 - May 1944
  • Hptm Wilhelm Fulda, 30 Sep 1944 - Nov 1944
  • Hptm Karl-Heinz Dietsche (acting), Nov 1944 - Jan 1945
  • Maj Guth, Jan 1945 - May 1945

Formed 1 Oct 1943 in Zerbst with:

Stab III./JG301 new
7./JG301 new
8./JG301 new
9./JG301 new

but was renamed in the same month:

Stab III./JG301 became Stab III./JG300
7./JG301 became 7./JG300
8./JG301 became 8./JG300
9./JG301 became 9./JG300

Reformed Nov 1943 at Zerbst with:

Stab III./JG301 new
7./JG301 new
8./JG301 new
9./JG301 new

but was disbanded May 1944.

Reformed again in Sep 1944 at Alperstedt from with :

Stab III./JG301 from Stab I./JG302
9./JG301 from 1./JG302
10./JG301 from 2./JG302
11./JG301 from 3./JG302
12./JG301 from 4./JG302

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Nov 1943 - 5 Apr 1944 Zerbst 1. JD Bf 109G
5 Apr 1944 - 13 Apr 1944 Wien-Seyring   Bf 109G
13 Apr 1944 - May 1944 Groß Sachsenheim 7. JD Bf 109G
       
30 Sep 1944 - 10 Oct 1944 Alperstedt 7. JD? Fw 190A
10 Oct 1944 - 4 Jan 1945 Stendal 1. JD Fw 190A
4 Jan 1945 - 19 Feb 1945 Alteno 1. JD Fw 190A/D, Ta 152H
19 Feb 1945 - 10 Apr 1945 Sachau   Fw 190D, Ta 152H
10 Apr 1945 - 30 Apr 1945 Hagenow   Fw 190D
30 Apr 1945 - 8 May 1945 Leck 2. JD Fw 190D

IV. Gruppe:

Hello! Great website.

My father was Air Force weapons technician with the 14th Staffel of the IV group of JG 301. In the course of an insert from the airbase from Gardelegen (24/11/44 - 11/04/45). He was also in Gahro where their captain Wilfried Schmitz - at 14.2 .1945 - died. From Gardelegen the IV. Group of JG 301 moved to Gahro on February 12, 1945 to operate the Reich Defense, but also to destroy the already constructed Russian 'Oder bridges'. A task easier said than done! Firstly, these bridges where protected on both sides by flak. Secondly they were built just below the water line making detection very hard from the air and was the main reason why so many missions where unsuccessful. The Russians had the bridges built just below the water surface, so that the German pilots could not see them when they arrived at low altitude. But one could see only see them if you approached from a great height but then the element of surprise is no longer a factor and easy targets for the Russian flak. In Gahro the 14th staffel of the IV. Group of JG 301 was on the edge of the square next to the street it was a makeshift airfield, just used as for emergency landings. The weapons technicians stayed the night in a farmhouse, waiting daily for the return of their staffel. After they attacked the bridges, many didn't not return encluding their squadron leader, Captain Wilfried Schmitz who was KIA and was only 25 years old. He was shot down by Russian Flak 10km south of Ziebingen [= 69-108 Cybinka; the place is now on the Polish side of the Oder opposite Eisenhüttenstadt and about 20 km south-east flying Bf 109G-10 14./JG301 Green 21 WNr 491157. Wilfried Schmitz (* 01.11.1920, Bielefeld - + 02/14/1945 Cybinka / PL) was married to Hanne-Lore Schmitz-Schaumann (* 1922 - + 2007). He had received the German Cross in Gold on 04/14/1942 as a lieutenant and pilot of Battle Squadron 4 and the Knight's Cross on 21.08.1942 as a lieutenant and pilot in the First Group of KG 4 "General Wever". The day of his death was the 14th Feb 1945 and was stationed with th 14th staffel of the IV. group of JG 301 [12:02. - 02/18/1945] The old Oderbrücke at Kloppitz (Klopot, PL) - union once the place where the city Fürstenberg - near where they operated, was blown up during the retreat of the Wehrmacht on 04/02/1945. Probably led this date the error of his on 04/02/1945 said the death. Their unit witnessed the historical 'four waves of attacks' by the RAF and USAAF on Dresden from 13 to 15 February 1945 (the bombers still flew above them away). On February 4, 1945 the Frankfurt / Oder bridge over the Oder at Klopot (dt .: Kloppitz = Storchsdorf) allowed the Red Army to almost completely destroyed German army.

Hi Matthew
Zur Information!

Die bereits mit der Me 109 G ausgerüstete 6. Staffel der II. Gruppe des Jagdgeschwader 7 "Hindenburg" (entstanden aus der 8. Staffel der III. Gruppe des KG 1 "Hindenburg" [war vorher in Châteaudun / Frankreich 04.-06.44; Fassberg / Niedersachsen 06.-09.44, als Vorauskommando in Warschau 07.44 (wegen Spritmangel wieder abgebrochen) und Alt Daber bei Wittstock an der Dosse 07.-11.44 - Stammrolle Nr. 575]) wurde dann am 24. November 1944 in Gardelegen zur IV. Gruppe des Jagdgeschwaders 301 "Hindenburg" neu gegründet.

In Gardelegen wurde die 14. Staffel der IV. Gruppe des JG 301 dann am 24. November 1944 ebenfalls auf die neue Messerschmidt Bf 109 G-(6, später G-10) umgestellt und geschult. Die Piloten der alten Einheit wurden komplett gegen neue - junge Piloten (ein Teil kam auch vom JG 300) ausgetauscht, da die ehemaligen Kampfflieger mit ihrer Ausbildung nicht für die neuen Jäger geeignet waren.

Die 14. Staffel der IV./JG 301 befand sich am 1. Januar 1945 in Gardelegen, am 6. Februar in Wittstock (Alt Daber), am 12. Februar in Gahro, am 19. Februar in Stendal-Borstel und ab dem 2. März 1945 wieder in Gardelegen.

Am 14. Januar 1945 verlor das JG 301 zwanzig Piloten (acht weitere wurden verwundet) während einer Operation mit dem JG 300 gegen USAAF Begleitjäger eines US-Bomberverbandes über dem Zentrum von Deutschland. Dieser Tag markiert auch den ersten "Dora 9" Verlust aus dem Stabsschwarm des Geschwaders.

Die ersten Kampfeinsätze mit der neuen Focke Wulf Ta-152 wurden am 8. Februar 1945 geflogen.

Es gab zu dieser Zeit kaum noch gute Piloten. Die meisten erfahrenen Piloten, waren tot, verletzt oder in Gefangenschaft geraten. Es gab auch kaum noch Sprit für die Pilotenausbildung. Die unerfahrenen und viel zu jungen Männer waren kaum in der Lage zu starten und zu landen und schon wurden sie ins Gefecht geworfen. Dies zeigte sich auch in der 14. Staffel. Am 2. März 1945 wurde im Fliegerhorst Gardelegen Fliegeralarm ausgelöst. Die 8. US-Air-Force flog ihre Mission 859 mit über 1.200 Bombern und 700 Begleitjägern. Per Alarmstart startete daraufhin die IV. Gruppe des JG 301 mit ihren Messerschmitt BF 109 G-10 vom Fliegerhorst Gardelegen. Vom Einsatzflugplatz in Sachau (etwa 20km entfernt) startete ebenfalls die III. Gruppe des JG 301 mit ihren Focke Wulf 190 A-8 und zwölf der neuen Höhenjäger von Messerschmitt Ta 152. Die beiden Gruppen des Geschwaders sollten sich in 8.000 Meter Höhe treffen, um dann gemeinsam anzugreifen. Als die Ta 152 Piloten in der Höhe auf ihre Kameraden warteten, trauten sie plötzlich ihren Augen nicht. Die aus Gardelegen aufsteigenden jungen Piloten erkannten die Flugzeuge ihrer eigenen Schwestergruppe nicht, beschossen diese und versuchten sie abzuschießen. So schlecht wie dieser Tag begann, endete er auch - mit sehr hohen Flugzeugverlusten für das Geschwader JG 301.

Piloten der 14. Staffel waren zum Beispiel der Uffz Arno Bayerl und Uffz Alfred Appel. Sie starben am 2. März 1945 bei einem Einsatz in der Nähe von Magdeburg gegen USAAF-Bomber durch deren Begleitjäger. Für die Verbände des IX.Fliegerkorps (J) endet der 2. März 1945 mit einem Verlust von 43 Maschinen bei 15 eigenen Luftsiegen. Von den beiden Jagdgeschwadern 300 und 301 sind 23 Flugzeugführer gefallen und sieben sind verwundet worden.

Am 19. März 1945 wurde die 14. Staffel der IV. Gruppe des JG 301 dann in Gardelegen wieder aufgelöst. Aus ihr ging nun die 2. Staffel der I. Gruppe des Jagdgeschwaders 301 (Stammrolle Nr. 213) hervor. Die 2. Staffel der I./JG 301 wurde dann am 7. April 1945 über Stendal und Salzwedel (10.4.) am 12. April 1945 zum Fliegerhorst Neustadt-Glewe verlegt, am 13. April nach Hagenow (hier war bereits seit dem 10.4. die III./JG 301 anwesend) und flog von hier aus bis Ende April 1945 ihre letzten Einsätze gegen die Rote Armee. Die 2. Staffel hatte zu diesem Zeitpunkt allerdings nur noch für drei Maschinen "Sprit". Wegen der großen Verluste an Flugzeugen waren die Flugzeugführer auch angewiesen worden in ihrer Freizeit "Flugzeuge zu suchen" und so kamen sie eines Tages "für eine Flasche Sprit" auch in den Besitz einer auf irgendeinem Flugplatz in Mecklenburg herumstehenden He 111 die keiner mehr haben wollte. Diese wollte der Pilot dem Staffelführer großspurig als Reisemaschine zuführen und kam damit in Hagenow auf dem Flugplatz an. Beim Landeanflug sah er aber plötzlich um sich herum weiße Leuchtkugeln an der Kanzel vorbei fliegen und dachte da wäre ein Jäger hinter ihm der mit Leuchtmunition auf ihn schießt. So zog er die Maschine zu scharf herum und krachte ohne die Räder auszufahren damit in den Boden und die Maschine war "Schrott". Die Besatzung sprang heraus und stellte nun erst fest, das keine Jäger da waren. So hatten sie die Maschine umsonst kaputt geflogen.

Als schließlich die Amerikaner die Elbe überschritten hatten erhielten sie am 30. April 1945 den Marschbefehl zum Fliegerhorst Sylt. Als sie aber in Leck ankamen, wurde ihnen gesagt das der Flugplatz in Sylt bereits überfüllt sei und keinen mehr aufnimmt. So stellten sie ihre Maschinen in Leck ab (hier befanden sich auch 34 Düsenjäger HE 162 A-1(2) "Salamander" [English: "Newt"] des I./ JG 1 aber auch zahlreiche andere Flieger: I./JG 76 mit Ar 234 B-2; oder II./ JG 7 mit Me 262 A) und blieben bis Kriegsende hier.

Am 6. Mai 1945 übergab der letzte Fliegerhorstkommandant, Oberst Begemann, den Fliegerhorst Leck formlos an die RAF. Diese richtete auf dem Flugplatz den „Distribution and Collection Piont" der RAF AD Wing 8302 ein. Für die Sichtung und Erprobung der deutschen Flugzeuge sowie der späteren Überführung nach England, den USA und Frankreich wurden extra Arbeitseinheiten mit deutschen Luftwaffensoldaten eingerichtet. Auch mein Vater war bis Ende 1945 zur Entmilitarisierung hierbei eingesetzt und wurde nach Abschluß der Arbeiten am 26. September 1945 in das Deutsche Arbeits-Korps von der R.A.F. H.Q. / 83. Group in Nortorf / Schleswig-Holstein aufgenommen.

Er wurde während seiner Gefangenschaft von den Engländern immer gut behandelt.

By Mathias

For information!

Equipped already with the Me 109 G Staffel 6 of the II group of Jagdgeschwader 7 "Hindenburg" (originated from the 8th Staffel of the III group of KG 1 "Hindenburg" [was previously in Châteaudun / France 04-06:44. Fassberg / Niedersachsen 06-09:44 when Vorauskommando in Warsaw 07:44 (due to lack of fuel again canceled) and Alt Daber near Wittstock at the Dosse 07-11:44 - was master roll No. 575]) then on 24 November 1944 in Gardelegen to IV.. group of Jagdgeschwader 301 "Hindenburg" refounded.

In Gardelegen the 14th Staffel of the IV. Group of JG 301 was then on November 24, 1944 also converted and trained on the new Messerschmidt Bf 109 G (6, later G-10). The pilots of the old unit was completed with new ones - young pilots (some also came from JG 300) exchanged, since the former fighters were not suitable with their training for the new fighter. The 14th Staffel of IV./JG 301 was located on 1 January 1945 in Gardelegen, on February 6 in Wittstock (Old Dobra), on 12 February in Gahro, on February 19 in Stendal-Borstel and from 2 March 1945 again in Gardelegen.

On 14 January 1945 the JG lost 301 pilots twenty (eight others were wounded) during an operation with the JG 300 against USAAF escort fighters of a US bomber Association over central Germany. This day also marks the first "Dora 9" loss from the rod swarm squadron. The first combat missions with the new Focke Wulf Ta-152 were flown on 8 February 1945

There was at that time barely good pilots. Most experienced pilots were dead, wounded or taken prisoner. There were also hardly fuel for pilot training. The inexperienced and too young men were barely starting to be able to land and and already they were thrown into battle. This was also reflected in the 14 Staffel . On 2 March 1945, triggered Fliegeralarm in Aerodrome Gardelegen. The US 8th Air Force flew its mission 859 with more than 1,200 bombers and 700 escort fighters. then launched by alarm Start the IV. group of JG 301 with their Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-10 from the Aerodrome Gardelegen. From use airfield in Sachau (about 20km away) also launched the III. Group of JG 301 with their Focke Wulf 190 A-8 and twelve new altitude fighter Messerschmitt Ta 152. The two groups of the squadron were to meet in 8,000 meters altitude, and then attack together. When the Ta 152 pilots waited in height to their comrades, they suddenly could not believe their eyes. The ascending from Gardelegen young pilots saw the aircraft in its own sister group not fired it and tried to shoot them down. As bad as this day began, it ended well - with very high aircraft losses for the JG301

Pilots of the 14th Staffel were, for example, the Uffz Arno Bayerl and Sgt Alfred Appel. They died on 2 March 1945 by an insert near Magdeburg against USAAF bombers by their escorts. For the associations of IX.Fliegerkorps (J) March 2, 1945 ends with a loss of 43 machines at 15 own victories. Of the two fighter squadrons 300 and 301 23 pilots have fallen and seven were wounded.

On March 19, 1945, the 14th Staffel of the IV. Group of JG 301 was then dissolved in Gardelegen again. Now from her 2nd Staffel of I. group of Jagdgeschwader showed 301 (parent roll no. 213). Staffel 2 of I./JG 301 was on April 7, 1945 via Stendal and Salzwedel (10.4.) Laid on 12 April 1945 for Aerodrome Neustadt-Glewe, on April 13, according to Hagenow (here was already since 10.4 the III./JG three hundred and first present) and flew from here to end of April 1945 its latest operations against the Red army. Staffel 2 had at this time, however, only three machines "fuel". Because of the large losses of aircraft, the pilots had been well instructed in their spare time "to search aircraft" and so they came a day 'for a bottle of fuel "in the possession of at any aerodrome standing around in Mecklenburg He 111 that no one wanted to have more , This was the pilot cocky out the squadron leader as a travel machine and got away with it in Hagenow on the airfield. but During the approach he suddenly saw around him white flares fly past the pulpit and thought there would be a hunter behind him shooting with tracer bullets on him. So he moved the machine to sharply around and crashed without the wheels extend thus in the ground and the machine was "scrap". The crew jumped out and presented now been started, this were not hunters there. So they had the machine flown nothing broken.

When finally the Americans had crossed the Elbe they received on 30 April 1945 the marching orders for Aerodrome Sylt. But when they arrived in leak them to the airfield said in Sylt was already crowded and no longer receives. So they put their machines in Leck (here also were 34 jet fighter HE 162 A-1 (2) "Salamander" [English: "Newt"] of I. / JG 1 but also many other aviator: I./JG 76 Ar 234 B-2; or ii./ JG 7 with Me 262 A) and remained until the war ended here.

On May 6, 1945, the last air base commander, Colonel Begemann, the Leck Air Base handed informally to the RAF. This focused on the airfield the "Distribution and Collection Piont" RAF AD Wing 8302 a. For the screening and testing of the German aircraft and the subsequent transfer to England, the US and France were separate working units with German airmen decorated.

My father was employed here for demilitarization by the end of 1945 and, after completion of the work on 26 September 1945 in the German labor corps of the R.A.F. H.Q. / 83. Group in Nortorf / Schleswig-Holstein received.

It was during his imprisonment by the British always treated well.

IV. Gruppe:

Gruppenkommandeure:

  • Hptm Wilfried Schmitz, 24 Nov 1944 - 14 Feb 1945 - KIA Bf 109 G-10 14./JG301 Green 21 Werk Nr 491157 shot down by Russian Flak 10km south of Ziebingen
  • ?

Formed 24 Nov 1944 at Gardelegen from with:

Stab IV./JG301 from Stab II./JG7
13./JG301 from 5./JG7
14./JG301 from 6./JG7
15./JG301 from 7./JG7

Disbanded 19 Mar 1945.

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
24 Nov 1944 - 6 Feb 1945 Gardelegen 1. JD Bf 109G
6 Feb 1945 - 12 Feb 1945 Wittstock 1. JD Bf 109G
12 Feb 1945 - 19 Feb 1945 Gahro   Bf 109G
19 Feb 1945 - 2 Mar 1945 Stendal   Bf 109G
2 Mar 1945 - 19 Mar 1945 Gardelegen 1. JD Bf 109G

10./JG301:

Formed Jan 1944 in Germany. Disbanded Jul 1944.

Airfields and Air Base Locations
Date Location Gruppe Aircraft Used
Jan 1944 - 13 Mar 1944 Targsorul-Nou   Bf 109G
13 Mar 1944 - 27 Apr 1944 Otopeni   Bf 109G
27 Apr 1944 - Jul 1944 Targsorul-Nou   Bf 109G
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