Messerschmitt Bf 110 List


Nachtjagdgeschwader 1 Stab II. Gruppe Nachtjagdgeschwader 1 - Stab II./NJG1


Stab II. Gruppe Nachtjagdgeschwader 1 - Stab II./NJG1

Messerschmitt Bf 110E2 Stab II.NJG1 (G9+BC) Gustav Ullenbeck WNr 3475 Holland 1941

Profile 00: Artwork Messerschmitt Bf 110E2 Stab II.NJG1 (G9+BC) Gustav Ullenbeck WNr 3475 Holland 1941

Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-4 Stab II./NJG1 G9+CC Walter Telsnig Adolf Breves Alfred Ofers Dusseldorf 1945

Profile 00: Revi 80

Claims Mosquito NF30 RAF 85Sqn VY-T MV549 shot down by Adolf Breves near Dusseldorf Monday, December 18, 1944 [2 KIA]

Photo 01: Mosquito NF30 RAF 85Sqn VY-T MV549 was on a mission to Gdynia. It took-off from Swannington Dec 18th 1944 at 1945 and headed for the Ruhr but was later shot down by Adolf Breves around 22:39 and crashed near Reichswald Forest Dusseldorf. All crew are buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Crew were F/O D T Tull DFC, F/O P J Cowgill DFC both KIA

Messerschmitt Bf 110G Zerstörer Stab II./NJG1 (G9+DC) Leo Baro Bad Langensalza 1945 00

Profile 00: Messerschmitt Bf 110G-4 'G9+DC' of Stab II./NJG1, 1945. The camouflage on this aircraft was the standard day fighter and Zerstorer scheme of 74 and 75 on the uppersurfaces with 76 on all undersurfaces. On the upper fuselage, tail plane and wings, the 74 and 75 had been applied in the form of a splinter pattern but with softer, less angular demarcation lines separating the two colors. The operational markings and the single chevron were in black.

Messerschmitt Bf 110G Zerstörer Stab II./NJG1 (G9+DC) 1945 01

Photo 01: This derelict Bf 110G-4 belonged to Stab II./NJG1 and was photographed at Langensalza in April 1945. Just visible ahead of the fuselage Balkenkrellz is the Geschwader code 'G9', willie the single chevron suggests this aircraft was assigned to the GmppeAdjutant.

Artwork Stab II./NJG1, Langensalza,1945 This aircraft was equipped with FuG 220 SN-2c with vertical dipoles. The camouflage scheme consisted of irregular fields of RLM 74 and 75 on upper surfaces, and RLM 76 on lower, similar to the scheme carried by day fighters. The colors by this time already had less contrasting tones, but the scheme still consisted of three colors. Later, the use of RLM 74 on the upper surfaces was discontinued, and the aircraft began to acquire a simplified scheme of one color on the upper surfaces. G9+DC carried, besides the codes on the fuselage, also a single chevron, indicating rank within the unit. The pilot is recorded as Lt. Dr. Leo Baro.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110G Zerstörer Stab II./NJG1 (G9+EC) Deelen Holland 1942

The aircraft in question was one of the first to go into combat with radar, the FuG 202 'Lichtenstein BC'. This radar could pick up a target up to 3,300m, with visual acquisition being made at about 180m. The radar antennae came with performance degradation, losing some 55km/h at 5,500m. This aircraft in a single color night scheme, carried the NJG 1 emblem on the nose. Again, it is not clear from published photographs if the Roman numeral 'II' was carried behind the emblem or not.

Jedná se o stroj bojově nasazený s jedním z prvních typů radaru, FuG 202 "Lichtenstein BC". Tento radar byl schopen zachytit cíl v rozmezí vzdálenosti 3.300 m až 180 m, přibližně od 180 m již bylo možno zachytit cíl vizuálně. Nevýhodou byly antény, které měly velký aerodynamický odpor a snižovaly rychlost stroje o 55 km/hod ve výšce 5.500m. Stroj v jednobarevné noční kamufláži nesl na přídi emblém NJG 1. Z publikovaných fotografií není zřejmé, zda byla na trupu za tímto emblémem i římská číslice II, označující stroje II.Gruppe.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110E2 Stab II.NJG1 (G9+BC) Gustav Ullenbeck WNr 3475 Holland 1941

Profile 00: Artwork Messerschmitt Bf 110E2 Stab II.NJG1 (G9+BC) Gustav Ullenbeck WNr 3475 Holland 1941

Messerschmitt Bf 110 G-4 Stab II./NJG1 G9+CC Walter Telsnig Adolf Breves Alfred Ofers Dusseldorf 1945

Profile 00: Revi 80

Claims Mosquito NF30 RAF 85Sqn VY-T MV549 shot down by Adolf Breves near Dusseldorf Monday, December 18, 1944 [2 KIA]

Photo 01: Mosquito NF30 RAF 85Sqn VY-T MV549 was on a mission to Gdynia. It took-off from Swannington Dec 18th 1944 at 1945 and headed for the Ruhr but was later shot down by Adolf Breves around 22:39 and crashed near Reichswald Forest Dusseldorf. All crew are buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Crew were F/O D T Tull DFC, F/O P J Cowgill DFC both KIA

Messerschmitt Bf 110G Zerstorer Stab II./NJG1 (G9+TC) Germany


Stab III. Gruppe Nachtjagdgeschwader 1 - Stab III./NJG1

Messerschmitt Bf 110E Zerstörer Stab III./NJG1 (G9+BD) 01

Photo 01: A Bf 110E of Stab III./NJG1 equipped with FuG 202 Lichtenstein Be. This aircraft is unusual in that, although of no advantage in the night fighting role, the four ETC 50 underwing bomb racks introduced with the Bf 110E-1 have been retained. Experiments with a light grey camouflage finish had shown that shades of this color proved superior in many respects to the earlier, widely-used overall black. From about the autumn of 1942 the black began to be phased out, although examples could still be seen some months later. This aircraft was coded G9+BD and is thought to have been [mished with 76 undersurfaces and fairly large, widely spaced mottles of 74 on 75 uppersurfaces.

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Adolf Breves

Units: Stfkpt 12/NJG-1, Stab IV/NJG-1 (7/44, Kdr II/NJG-1 (10/44 to end)

Awards: DK-G, EP, EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: Bf 110, Ju 88G

Remarks: Twelve victories were four-engine bombers and one Mosquito. One known victory, a Halifax 6 km SW of Courtrai on 9 May, 1944. A Lancaster N of Luxembourg on 11 May, 1944. A double victory on 13 June, 1944; both '4 mots', one at St. Trond, the other 32 km from Amsterdam. A triple victory on 17 June, 1944; all '4 mots', at Utrecht and Seiden. Another triple, all '4 mot's' on 22 June, 1944; one at Venlo, one at Breda-Tilburg and one at Rosendaal. Another '4 mot' on 26 July, 1944, no location given. A '4 mot' at Rieneth on 13 August, 1944. A Mosquito N of the Düsseldorf airfield on 18 December, 1944. Deceased 28 March, 1993.

Asisbiz database list of 17 aerial victories for Adolf Breves

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
Tuesday, May 09, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 Halifax 2300m 03:53 6km SW Courtrai
Thursday, May 11, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 Lancaster 3500m 00:05 SN-2 (N Luxembourg)
Tuesday, June 13, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 2800m 01:31 St Trond
Tuesday, June 13, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 1500m 01:50 32km vor Amsterdam
Saturday, June 17, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 4200m 01:46 IL-HL (Utrecht)
Saturday, June 17, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 4000m 01:50 IM-14
Saturday, June 17, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 3600m 01:59 Seiden
Thursday, June 22, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 1800m 02:14 KI-LI (Rosendaal)
Thursday, June 22, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 2800m 02:08 KK-LK (Breda-Tilburg)
Thursday, June 22, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 4800m 01:35 LN (Venlo area)
Wednesday, July 26, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flzg. 4200m 01:58 Location not listed
Sunday, August 13, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab IV./NJG1 4-mot. Flgz. 4500m 00:30 Obj Rieneth
Monday, December 18, 1944 Adolf Breves Stab II./NJG1 Mosquito 80m 22:39 Mosquito NF30 RAF 85Sqn VY-T MV549 was on a mission to Gdynia. It took-off from Swannington Dec 18th 1944 at 1945 and headed for the Ruhr but was later shot down by Adolf Breves around 22:39 and crashed near Reichswald Forest Dusseldorf. All crew are buried in the Reichswald Forest War Cemetery. Crew were F/O D T Tull DFC, F/O P J Cowgill DFC both KIA. N Flgpl Dusseldorf
Wednesday, February 21, 1945 Adolf Breves Stab II./NJG1 Lancaster   01:19 50km S. Dortmund
Wednesday, February 21, 1945 Adolf Breves Stab II./NJG1 Lancaster   23:20 50km NW Krefeld
Wednesday, February 21, 1945 Adolf Breves Stab II./NJG1 Lancaster   23:12 20km NW Krefeld
Wednesday, February 21, 1945 Adolf Breves Stab II./NJG1 Lancaster   01:11 70km S. Dortmund

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