Fw 190A Table

Aircrew Luftwaffe 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt Michael Widmann and Erich Bartels 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe Bf 109F 5./JG77 (B5-) Hackl Crimea Russia Sep 1942 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot 5./JG77 Anton Hackl 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot 5./JG77 Anton Hackl 02

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot 5./JG77 Anton Hackl signed 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Anton Hackl with JG76 Fw 190A8 WNr 170935 background 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Erich Hondt 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Gunther Hermichen 01

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Gunther Hermichen 02

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Gunther Hermichen 03

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Gunther Hermichen 04

Aircrew Luftwaffe pilot Gunther Hermichen 05

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A 0A5 cowling showing 3./JG11 emblem 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A 3./JG11 line up Geschwader yellow Reich band Husum 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A 3./JG11 line up Geschwader yellow Reich band Husum 1944 02

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A 3./JG11 Yellow 7 Karlheinz Kabus 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt WNr 410266 Husum 1943 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt WNr 410266 Husum 1943 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt WNr 410266 Husum 1943 0B

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt WNr 410268 Husum 1943 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 2./JG11 Black 13 Erich Hondt WNr 410268 Husum 1943 0B

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5 II./JG11 Holstein Germany 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 1./JG11 White 4 Aalborg West Denmark Sep 1943 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 3./JG11 Yellow 7 Hans Georg Guthenke WNr 530106 Husum 1943 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 3./JG11 Yellow 9 Husum 1943 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 3./JG11 Yellow 9 Husum 1943 02

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 3./JG11 Yellow 9 Husum 1943 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 III./JG11 ((I Anton Hackl rudder kill markings Oldenburg 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Stab III./JG11 ((I Anton Hackl Oldenburg 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Stab III./JG11 ((I Anton Hackl Oldenburg Apr 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Stab III./JG11 Doppel Winkel Anton Hackl Oldenburg Germany Oct 1943 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 10./JG11 white 11 Ludwig Bertram Aalborg Ost Denmark 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 2./JG11 Black 1 WNr 07169 Germany 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 2./JG11 Black 1 WNr 643701 Rotenburg Germany 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 2./JG11 Black 1 WNr 643701 Rotenburg Germany 1944 02

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 2./JG11 Black 1 WNr 643701 Rotenburg Germany 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 2./JG11 Black 1 WNr 643701 Rotenburg Germany 1944 0B

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 3./JG1 (Yellow 13) Karl Rosenkranz WNr 642540 Germany 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 3./JG11 (Y6) Wilhelm Lorenz belly landed Svendborg Denmark Feb 20 1944 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 3./JG11 Yellow 6 Wilhelm Lorenz Husum 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 Stab I./JG11 Gruppenkommandeur Hans Heinrich Koenig WNr 430489 May 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 10 WNr 380352 Darmstadt Germany 1st Jan 1945 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 10 WNr 380352 Darmstadt Germany 1st Jan 1945 0B

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 10 WNr 380352 Darmstadt Germany 1st Jan 1945 0C

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 4./JG11 Green 8 Otto Wernik WNr 171580 Luttich 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 7./JG11 White 7 Siegfried Zick WNr 431012 Mar 23 1944 0A

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A cowling showing 2./JG11 emblem 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A cowling showing 2./JG11 emblem 02

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A II./JG11 cluster bomb ebay 01

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A JG11 receives routine maintenance Husum early 1944 01

Stab I. Group Jagdgeschwader 11 - I./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 I./JG11 black angle triangle Gruppenkommandeur Hptm. Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 1944

Rolf Hermichen and his Fw 190A-7 Gruppenkommandeur of I./JG11 Hptm. Hermichen climbing out of his Fw 190A-7 'black angle triangle' after combat mission. March 1944 Rotenburg/W.

I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - I./JG11

1. Staffel I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 1./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-6 1./JG11 White 4 Eastern Front 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 1./JG11 White 4 Aalborg West Denmark September 1943

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2. Staffel I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 1./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 10 WNr 380352 Darmstadt Germany 1st Jan 1945

Profile: This reconstruction of the aircraft discovered at Darmstadt after the end of the war shows off the late war scheme of RLM 81/83/84. The fuselage side below the cockpit carries the black and white emblem of JG 11 ’Der Wächter‘. The yellow band denoting service with JG 11 within the Defence of the Reich is complemented by the yellow tail surface tips.

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Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7/R2 of 2/JG11 Black 1 Germany, Ferbuary 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 9 flown an unknown pilot

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 2./JG11 Black 10 Darmstadt Germany 1945

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A5/U-12 2.I./JG11 Black 13 Red Version W.Nr.410266 flown by Leutnant Erich Hondt Husum, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, Early 1944

3. Staffel I. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 1./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 3./JG11 Yellow 6 Wilhelm Lorenz WNr 530106 Husum 1944

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Yellow 9 of 3./JG11, pilot unknown, based at Husum Germany in summer 1943

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 Yellow 9 of 3./JG11, pilot unknown, based at Husum Germany in summer 1943

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 3./JG11 Yellow 13 Karl Rosenkranz crashed Magdeburg area Germany May 28th 1944

Profile: Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 3./JG11 Yellow 13 flown by Karl Rosenkranz who was KIA when he was shot down and crashed in the Magdeburg area Germany May 28th 1944

USAAF mission 376 mission brief 28th May 1944.

Mission 376: 1,341 bombers and 697 fighters are dispatched to hit oil targets in Germany; 32 bombers and 9 fighters are lost; they claim 64-30-31 Luftwaffe aircraft:

1. 610 B-17s are dispatched against an oil targets at Ruhland/Schwarz-Heide (38 bomb) and aircraft factory at Dessau (12 bomb); secondary targets are aviation factories at Zwickau (15 bomb) and Leipzig (28 bomb); 14 bomber hit Bohlen, 15 hit Meissen, 19 hit Brandis/Polenz Wusten-Sachsen Airfield, 12 hit Frankfurt marshalling yard, 32 hit Ubigau, 20 hit Dessau, 4 hit Frankfurt, 5 hit Camburg and 22 hit targets of opportunity; they claim 20-21-18 Luftwaffe aircraft; 17 B-17s are lost, 1 is damaged beyond repair and 107 damaged; 3 airmen are KIA, 15 WIA and 155 MIA.

2. 255 B-17s are dispatched to an oil dump at Konigsburg/Magdeburg (105 bomb) and oil industry at Magdeburg/Rothensee (55 bomb); 17 hit Dessau and 6 bomb the marshalling yard at Gera; they claim 16-8-6 Luftwaffe aircraft; 9 B-17s are lost and 64 damaged; 3 airmen are KIA, 2 WIA and 90 MIA.

3. 106 B-24s are dispatched to Lutzkendorf/Halle (66 bomb); 10 hit Wetzlar and 6 hit a target of opportunity; 3 B-24s are lost and 16 damaged; 1 airman is WIA and 3 MIA.

4. 311 B-24s are dispatched to oil targets at Merseburg/Leuna (63 bomb) and Zeitz-Troglitz (187 bomb); 10 hit Limburg, 8 hit Memmingen, 9 hit Saalfeld and 10 hit targets of opportunity; they claim 1-0-0 Luftwaffe aircraft; 3 B-24s are lost and 23 damaged; 1airman is KIA, 1 WIA and 26 MIA.

5. 58 of 59 B-17s hit Cologne/Eifeltor marshalling yard without loss; glide bombs are used but the weapon proves unsuccessful. Escort is provided by 182 P-38s, 208 P-47s and 307 P-51s; no P-38s are lost; P-47s claim 2-0-1 Luftwaffe aircraft in the air and 0-0-1 on the ground with the loss of 4 P-47s (pilots are MIA), 2 damaged beyond repair and 3 damaged; P-51s claim 25-1-5 Luftwaffe aircraft with the loss of 5 (pilots are MIA), 1 damaged beyond repair and 8 damaged. 527 9AF fighters also fly escort and claim 33-0-10 Luftwaffe aircraft in the air and 5-0-7 on the ground for the loss of 5 fighters.

The 10 USAAF 8AF P-51 Mustang Losses

42-103004 P-51C 363FG380FS Code:A9-A shot down by fighters crashed in Schackensleben Germany Feodor Clemovitz POW MACR-5136
42-106481 P-51B 363FG382FS Code:C3-? Lost when shot down by fighters crashed in Bennstedt Germany Curry P. Wilson POW May 28 1944 MACR-5134
42-106486 P-51B 363FG382FS Code:C3-A Lost when saddly it collided with a P-47 42-26016 and crashed in Sichau Germany Anthony E. Ladas KIA May 28 1944 MACR-5138
42-106635 P-51B 352FG486FS Bluenosed Bastards of Bodney Code:PZ-A Name:'Texas Bluebonnet - artwork, map of Texas' Pilot:Capt. Woodrow W Anderson Nickname:Clyde' Lost in this a/c when shot down by fighters probably crashed in Achersleben Germany May 28 1944 - KIA. MACR-5099.
42-106712 P-51B 354FG353FS Fighting Cobra's Code:FT-L Name:'Ho Tei II' aircraft flown by an ace Pilot:Donald McDowell but was lost due to mechanical troubles ditched North Sea. 1 KIA MACR-5133
42-106846 P-51B 4FG334FS The Eagles Code:QP-H lost when ran out of fuel crashed Aumont France May 28 1944 - Lt. Richard L Bopp POW MACR-5726
43-6631 P-51B 355FG354FS Strafers Code:WR-T lost May 28 1944 when shot down by fighters probably crashed in Zerbst Germany Lt. Clarence R Barger KIA. MACR-5360.
43-6933 P-51B 4FG334FS The Eagles Code:QP-Y Pilot:Lt. Aubrey E Hewatt lost in this a/c when shot down by fighters and crashed in Vogelsang Germany May 28 1944 -POW MACR-5397
43-6983 P-51B 355FG354FS Strafers Code:WR-O Pilot:Lt. Walter M Christensen Jr. lost in this a/c when he was shot down by fighters and crashed in Buhlendorf Germany May 28 1944 - KIA. MACR-5202
43-7195 P-51B 354FG353FS Fighting Cobra's Code:FT-X Pilot: Glenn H. Pipes became a POW when his plane was hit by flak and belly landed in Ruppersdorf Germany May 28 1944 MACR-5137

The 4 USAAF 8AF P-47 Thunderbolt Losses

42-26016 P-47D22 78FG83FS Duxford - Eagles Code:HL-A lost saddly when collided with P-51B 42-106486 and crashed in Jeggau Germany May 28 1944 - Capt. Alwin M Juchheim Jr. POW MACR-5280.
42-26064 P-47D22 78FG82FS Duxford - Eagles Code:MX-Y lost when shot down by flak crashed in Gildehaus Germany May 28 1944 - Lt. Philip H Hazelett KIA. MACR-5028.
42-76318 P-47D15 78FG82FS Duxford - Eagles Code:MX-W Lost when shot down by flak and crashed near Osnabrück Denmark May 28 1944 - Lt. William S Orvis Jr. KIA. MACR-5026. One source has the location as Elbergen Germany.
42-75457 P-47D11 353FG351FS Slybirds - Bill's Buzz Boys Code:YJ-A Lost when shot down by flak and crashed in Loddenheide Germany May 28 1944 - Lt. Joseph R Farley KIA. MACR-5027

The 33 USAAF 8AF Bomber Losses

42-31389 B-17G Fortress 100BG351BS The Bloody Hundredth Code:EP-J Name:'Lucious Lucy' shot down by fighters and crashed Barleben Germany 7 POW 3 KIA. MACR-5382 Lucius Lacy Claude Schindler Lost Magdeburg/Gera May 28, 1944
42-107028 B-17G Fortress 303BG358BS Hell's Angles Code:VK-I shot down by flak and crashed Albrechtshain, Germany 3 POW 7 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5340.
42-39878 B-17G Fortress 305BG365BS Can Do Code:XK-S Lost due to mechanical troubles belly-landed in Zerf Germany 8POW 2EVD May 28, 1944
42-31757 B-17G Fortress 351BG508BS Code:YB-G Name:'Round Trip' missions flown:23 Assigned to the 351BG:Feb. 25, 1944 lasted flown by the group:May 28, 1944. A/C History:Mar. 29 1944 landed at (Deenethorpe). Pilot:Lt. Howard R. Evans May 28 1944 shot down by fighters and crashed Waldau Germany 3 POW 6 KIA Pilot:Lt. William J. Condon who was KIA. Targer Dessau
42-31721 B-17G Fortress 351BG510BS Code:TU-S Name:'Black Magic' missions flown:36 Assigned to the 351BG:Jan. 29, 1944 lasted flown by the group:May 28, 1944. A/C History:Feb. 20 1944 landed at Glatton. Pilot:Lt. William R. Raser. May 28 1944 shot down by fighters. Pilot:Lt. Clyde Mclelland. Target:Dessau Another source shot down by flak and crashed Mernes Germany 8 POW 1 KIA May 28 1944.
42-39987 B-17G Fortress 351BG511BS Code:DS-D Name:'Pin Ball' missions flown:29 Assigned to the 351BG:Jan. 30, 1944 lasted flown by the group:May 28, 1944. A/C History:May 28 1944 shot down by fighters and crashed Lonnewitz Germany 6 POW 4 KIA Pilot:Lt. Robert E. L. Probasco POW. Target:Dessau
42-97191 B-17G Fortress 351BG511BS Code:DS-X Name:'Silver Ball' missions flown:17 Assigned to the 351BG:Mar. 25, 1944 lasted flown by the group:May 28, 1944. A/C History:shot down by fighters and crashed between Deetz and Neditz Germany 8 POW 2 KIA May 28, 1944 on mission to Dessau. MACR-5326 Pilot:Lt. Carl F. Miller. Target:Dessau
42-97472 B-17G Fortress 351BG511BS Code:DS-H missions flown:23 Assigned to the 351BG:Feb. 25, 1944 lasted flown by the group:May 28, 1944. A/C History:May 28 1944 shot down by fighters and crashed in Westdorf near Aschersleben Germany 9 POW Pilot:Lt. Charles F. Anderson. Target:Dessau
42-97847 B-17G Fortress 385BG549BS Van's Valiants Code:XA-Q Name:'Hunter' Shot down by flak and crashed Albrechtshain Germany May 28, 1944 10 POW. MACR-5265
42-102485 B-17G Fortress 388BG562BS Fortress For Freedom Code:Square-H crashed in Groenekan, Holland May 28, 1944. 3 KIA, 7 POW
42-39845 B-17G Fortress 388BG563BS Fortress For Freedom Code:B Lost May 28, 1944, on a mission to Magdeburg when hit by flak and lost two engines and belly-landed near Mengsberg. 10POW MACR-5317. Pilot Lt. M.G. Fjelsted, Copilot Lt. C.W. Hudson, Navigator Lt. H.J. Houlihan, Bombenschütze Lt. C. Tracewski, Funker S/Sgt. J.R. Shatz, MG Schütze S/Sgt. S.E. Mc Bien, MG Schütze Sgt. G.F. Hoover, MG Schütze Sgt. S.L. Perry, MG Schütze Sgt. L.G. Brown, MG Schütze E.S. Stringer
42-110074 B-24J Liberator 389BG567BS The Sky Scorpions Code:HP-P Lost due to mechanical troubles crashed west of Gravelines France 1 POW 3 KIA 3 MIA 2 RTD May 28 1944 MACR-5387
42-102440 B-17G Fortress 390BG568BS Wittan's Wallopers Code:BI-K Name:'Silver Slipper Previous A/C History:Commissioned 4 Mar 44. Cheyenne Mod Center 6 Mar 45. MacDill 20 Mar 44. Kearney 27 Mar 44. Presque Isle 1 Apr 44. Dow Field 4 Apr 44. 8AF 5 Apr 44. MIA Magdeburg 28 May 44. Shot down by fighters. crashed near Burg Germany 10 POW MACR-5254
42-31985 B-17G Fortress 390BG570BS Wittan's Wallopers Code:DI-P Name:'Devil's Aces' Previous A/C History:Commissioned 10 Jan 44. Cheyenne Mod Center 13 Jan 44. Great Falls 14 Jan 44. Kearney 28 Jan 44. Presque Isle 22 Feb 44. Grenier 20 Feb 44. 8AF 20 Feb 44. Lyle D. Stufflebeam WIA 18 Apr 44 at Berlin. Robert V. Lewis WIA 8 May 44 at Laon-Athies. shot down by fighters and crashed Lostau Germany 5 KIA 2 MIA 3 Pow Magdeburg 28 May 44. Shot down by fighters. Part of Vertical stabilizer Shot away. Crashed at Ebendorf. Cosgrove, Buntin, Czyz POW, rest KIA.
42-32089 B-17G Fortress 390BG570BS Wittan's Wallopers Code:DI-W Name:'Mountaineer' Previous A/C History:Commissioned 13 Jan 44. Cheyenne Mod Center 16 Jan 44. Great Falls 18 Jan 44. Grand Isle 28 Jan 44. 8AF 9 Feb 44. MIA Magdeburg 28 May 44. Shot down by fighters. Nr. 1 engine cowling Shot off. crashed near Holzhausen. All POW. shot down by fighters and crashed Colbitz Germany 10 POW
42-31651 B-17G Fortress 390BG571BS Wittan's Wallopers Code:FC-G Name:'Decatur Deb' Previous A/C History:Commissioned 27 Nov 43. Cheyenne Mod Center 30 Nov 43. Gowen Field 5 Dec 43. Salt Lake City 6 Dec 43. Rock Springs 7 Dec 43. Laramie 9 Dec 43. Cheyenne 12 Dec 43. Kearney 17 Dec 43. Romulus 6 Jan 44. Presque Isle 8 Jan 44. 8AF 12 Jan 44. James Matney WIA 20 Apr 44 at La Glacerie. Louis G. Mathews, navigator on cre 70, slightly wounded at Le Culot, Frankce on 27 Apr 44. MIA Magdeburg 28 May 44. Shot down by fighters. Fire in cockpit and part of vertical stabilizer Shot away. Wnet down in a spin and crashed Ebendorf near Magdeburg 3 POW 7 KIA. Milenock, Bolton, Stoy POW, rest KIA.
42-37806 B-17G Fortress 390BG571BS Wittan's Wallopers Code:FC-Z Previous A/C History:Commissioned 25 Apr 44. Dallas Mod Center 25 Apr 44. Kearney 2 Jun 44. Grenier 17 Jun 44. 8AF 19 Jun 44. MIA Merseburg 7 Jul 44. Prop wash caused collision over Zuider Zee with 42-107070. Both planes exploded. Outman, Coffey, Clarence Brown, Grove POW, Arthur Brown evaded, returned. Rest KIA. Another source has this aircraft shot down by fighters and crashed Walternienburg Germany 9 POW 1 KIA May 28th 1944
42-31034 B-17G Fortress 401BG612BS Code:SC-G Name:'Bonnie Donnie' Lost when shot down by fighters and crashed between Otterwisch and Pomssen Germany 7 POW 3 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5309 Previously Base:Gore Field, Great Falls Field, MT crashed near Pueblo Field, CO USA Pilot:Sweet, Phillip Date:Sep 10, 1943
42-39837 B-17G Fortress 401BG612BS Code:SC-L Name:'Red's Rogues' Mechanical troubles ditched North Sea 10 RTD May 28, 1944
42-31557 B-17G Fortress 401BG613BS Code:IN-R Lost when shot down by fighters and crashed 8 km South East of Belzig Germany 6 POW 4 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5308
42-102580 B-17G Fortress 401BG613BS Code:IN-Q shot down by fighters and crashed between Aken and Dessau Germany 5 POW 5 KIA May 28 1944 Target:Dessau MACR-5307
42-102581 B-17G Fortress 401BG613BS Code:IN-L Name:'Lonesome Polecat' shot down by fighters and crashed Glienicke Germany 6 POW 4 KIA May 28, 1944
42-102647 B-17G Fortress 401BG613BS Code:IN-M, then later IY-G and was shot down by fighters and crashed Niemegk Germany 5 POW 5 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5305
42-97073 B-17G Fortress 401BG615BS Code:IY-N Lost when shot down by fighters and crashed Muhro Germany 2 POW 8 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5311
42-50346 B-24H Liberator 445BG703BS Code:RN-? Lost when shot down by flak and crashed Stossen Germany 9 POW 1 KIA May 28, 1944. MACR-5302
42-110045 B-24J Liberator 44BG506BS The Flying Eightballs Name:'The Banana Barge' Code:GJ-K shot down by flak and crashed Dummerlohausen Germany 9 POW May 28, 1944. MACR-5353
42-97067 B-17G Fortress 457BG748BS The Fireball Outfit Code:RUW-067 Code:Y Name:'Black Puff Polly/Georgia Peach' shot down by fighters and flak crashed Osterholz Germany 9 POW 1 KIA 05/28/1944 Dessau
42-31520 B-17G Fortress 457BG751BS The Fireball Outfit Code:MJA-520 Code:A Lost May 28 1944 on a mission to Dessau I/A when shot down by fighters and crashed near Fulda - Dollbach Germany 9 POW MACR-5300
42-97452 B-17G Fortress 457BG751BS The Fireball Outfit Code:MJA-452 Code:L Failed to Return when shot down by fighters and crashed North Sea 9 MIA May 28, 1944 Dessau - Ditched in Channel. MACR-5296
41-29384 B-24H Liberator 466BG787BS The Flying Deck Code:6L-R Name:'Polaris, The Heavenly Body'
42-50345 B-24H Liberator 486BG832BS Bats out of Hell Code:3R-B assigned on:05/23/44 last operated by 486BG on:05/28/44 4 Replaced #496 was shot down by flak crashed in the English Channel, off Zuydcoote, France 3 POW 7 MIA (MACR:5389)
42-52764 B-24H Liberator 486BG833BS Wyverns/Pathfinders Code:4N-O assigned on:05/08/44 last operated by 486BG on:05/28/44 4 shot down by flak crashed in Charly des Bois Belgium 5 POW 5 EVD (MACR:5390)
42-52651 B-24H Liberator 487BG838BS Code:4F-R Name:'Starduster' Lost when shot down by flak May 28 1944, became a straggler on return was abandoned by crew and crashed 1 km W of Xhoris, 21 km S. or Liege, Belgium 6 POW 4 EVD. Target:Lutzkendorf MACR-5223. In original deployment - was presented to Pete Riegel's crew at Alamogordo. Purchased with War Bonds by the people of Franklin County, MO & approved by Gen. Arnold & others.

II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - II./JG11

4. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 4./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-8 4./JG11 Green 8 Otto Wernik WNr 171580 shot down by P-47's and belly landed Luttich Sep 1944

6. Staffel II. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 6./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A9 6./JG11 Yellow 1 Bar of II./JG11 Kastrup Field Denmark Spring of 1945

Stab III. Group Jagdgeschwader 11 - III./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A8 Stab III./JG11 Hptm. Herbert Kutscha Brandenburg Feb 1945

Focke Wulf Fw 190 A6 Stab III./JG11 Doppel Winkel Maj. Anton Hackl Oldenburg Germany October 1943

Profile: Focke Wulf 190 A6, Doppel Winkel, Maj. Anton Hackl, Stab III./JG 11, Oldenburg Germany, October 1943

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III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - III./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A III./JG11 line up Geschwader yellow Reich band Husum 1944 01-02

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A6 flown by Anton Hacklm Gruppenkommandeur, III./JG11 Germany

Focke-Wulf ANTON HACKL, III./JG 11, Oldenburg AB, Germany, March 1944

The personal mount of the commander of III./JG 11, HptmAnton "Tony" Hackl. The yellow band is the identifier of JG 11 within the Defense of the Reich, and the white tail is a recognition mark of the commander's mount. Hackl joined the army in 1932, and later went through pilot training, and prior to the war served with II./JG 77. In February, 1943, he was badly injured in combat with Lightnings in Africa. After recovery, he became commander of III./JG 11 in western Europe. He personally led the majority of operations of his Gruppe. At April 15, 1944, he was again wounded in a fight with a Thunderbolt. In July, 1944, he became the Kommodore of JG 76, and by October had been named commander of II./ JG 26. From January, 1945, he commanded JG 300 "Wilde Sau", and by February, again, JG 11. Hackl saw five years of combat, flew over 1000 sorties, was shot down eight times and wounded on several occasions. He gained a total of 192 victories, and of those were 34 four-engined bombers and 131 Soviet aircraft. He was awarded the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.

Osobní stroj velitele III./JG 11 Hptm. Antona "Toni" Hackla na základně Oldenburg v březnu 1944. Stroj nese ozna ení velitele Gruppe, lutý pruh je ozna ením JG 11 v rámci Obrany Ří e. Bílý ocas je verzí rozpoznávacího ozna ení velitelského stroje. Hackl vstoupil do armády v roce 1932, později absolvoval letecký výcvik a před válkou slou il u II./JG 77. V únoru 1943 byl tě ce zraněn v souboji s Lightningy v Africe. Po vylé ení se stal velitelem III./JG 11 v západní Evropě. Osobně velel vět ině operací své Gruppe. 15. dubna 1944 byl sestřelen Thunderboltem a opět zraněn. V ervenci 1944 se stal Kommodorem JG 76, v říjnu byl jmenován velitelem II./JG 26 "Schlageter". Od ledna 1945 vedl JG 300 "Wilde Sau" a od února pak znovu JG 11. Hackl byl bojově nasazen pět let, absolvoval přes 1000 bojových letů, osmkrát byl sestřelen a několikrát zraněn. Celkem dosáhl 192 vítězství, z toho 34 tyřmotorových bombardérů a 131 sovětských letounů. Byl vyznamenán Rytířským kří ems dubovou ratolestí ame i.

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7. Staffel III. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 7./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A7 'White 7' W.Nr. 431012 of Oberfeldwebel Siegfried Zick, 7./JG11 Oldenburg Germany March 23 1944 Zick got a total of 31 kills Including 6 P-38s, 12 B-17s, 1 B-17 Herausschuss, 4 B-24s, 1 B-24 Herausschuss.

IV. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - IV./JG11

10. Staffel IV. Gruppe Jagdgeschwader 11 - 10./JG11

Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-7 10./JG11 white 11 Ludwig Bertram Aalborg Ost Denmark 1944

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Anton 'Toni' Hackl

Anton 'Toni' Hackl was born on 25 March 1915 at Regensburg. He joined the army in 1932 serving with an Infantry Regiment. He transferred to the Luftwaffe and completed Pilot training in the autumn of 1936. Unteroffizier Hackl joined II./JG333, later to become II./JG77, on 1 April 1938. In February 1940, Hackl attended the Kriegsschule at Wildpark-Werder. On 1 May 1940, Unteroffizier Hackl was based in Norway serving with 5./JG77. He achieved his first victories on 15 June 1940 when he shot down two RAF Hudsons over Stavanger. On 27 June he shot down a Hudson, but was wounded in this battle. He was promoted from Oberfeldwebel to Oberleutnant for bravery in combat. He had recorded four victories during his time in Norway. On 29 July 1941, he was dispatched to the Eastern Front. By the end of year he had increased his score to 27. He became Staffelkapitan of 5./JG77 on 23 January 1942. On 25 May 1942, after 51 victories, he received the Ritterkreuz. He recorded 11 victories during June. During July 1942, Hackl amassed a total of 37 enemy aircraft shot down during the aerial battles over and around Voronezh including six victories in a day on 21 July (victories 72 through 77) and 23 July (victories 79 through 84). On 3 August 1942, he shot down three Russian aircraft to record his 100th victory. After his 106th victory on 6 August he was awarded the Eichenlaub (Nr 109). He shot down his 118th and last enemy aircraft on the Eastern Front, a LaGG-3, on 19 September 1942.

He was transferred to Tunisia with II./JG77 where he gained 6 victories. But after a battle with P-38 Lightnings on 4 February 1943 he was badly wounded and was out of action for several months. On recovery in September 1943, he operated with Stab III./JG11 on Reichsverteidigung duties. On 1 October, he became Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG11. Hackl was to shoot down 25 four-engined bombers during his time in charge of III./JG11. In April 1944, he commanded JG11 for a short time before again being badly wounded in battle with P-47 on 15 April. He had been awarded the Schwerter (Nr 78) after 162 victories on 13 July. During July 1944, he became Kommodore of JG76. On 8 October he became leader of II./JG26 when Major Georg-Peter Eder (78 victories, RK-EL) was transferred to Kommando Nowotny. At this time 'Toni' Hackl had 165 victories to his credit. By the end of 1944 he had 172 victories. On 30 January 1945 he was acting Kommodore of JG300 and, from 20 February, Kommodore of JG11 following the death of Jurgen Harder (64 victories, EL, killed 17 February 1945). During the last ten months of the war Hackl was credited with 43 confirmed victories, including 20 achieved in 1945. His last 24 victories were never officially confirmed. Anton Hackl survived the war but died on 9 July 1984 in Regensburg.

Anton Hackl flew about 1000 combat missions and shot down 192 enemy aircraft: 131 on the Eastern Front and, from 61 victories in Africa and on the Western Front, were 34 four-engined bombers. He was second on the list of Viermottoter. He was shot down 8 times and wounded 4 times.

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location / Comments
1. 15.6.1940 9:00 Hudson 5./JG77 Stavanger / Hudson of 233 Sqn RAF
2. 15.6.1940 9:02 Hudson 5./JG77 Stavanger / Hudson of 233 Sqn RAF
3. 21.6.1940   Hereford 5./JG77 Beaufort of 42 Sqn RAF
4. 27.6.1940 9:40 Hudson 5./JG77 Hudson (N7330) "C" of 269 Sqn RAF flown by P/O PN Trolove
5. 1.8.1941   I-16 5./JG77  
6. 10.8.1941   I-16 5./JG77  
7. 10.8.1941   I-16 5./JG77  
8. 22.8.1941   I-153 5./JG77  
9. 1.9.1941   RZ 5./JG77  
10. 7.9.1941   I-16 5./JG77  
11. 11.9.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
12. 14.9.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
13. 22.9.1941 15:55 MiG-3 5./JG77  
14. 23.9.1941   MiG-3 5./JG77  
15. 9.10.1941 11:35 Il-2 5./JG77  
16. 11.10.1941 12:50 SB-2 5./JG77  
17. 11.10.1941 12:55 RZ 5./JG77  
18. 23.10.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
19. 27.10.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
20. 31.10.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
21. 31.10.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
22. 31.10.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
23. 17.11.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
24. 17.11.1941   I-153 5./JG77  
25. 27.11.1941   Il-2 5./JG77  
26. 27.11.1941   I-61 5./JG77  
27. 27.11.1941   DB-3 5./JG77  
28. 24.3.1942   I-16 5./JG77  
29. 26.3.1942   SB-3 5./JG77  
30. 26.3.1942   SB-3 5./JG77  
31. 26.3.1942   SB-3 5./JG77  
32. 4.4.1942   RZ 5./JG77  
33. 8.4.1942   I-61 5./JG77  
34. 16.4.1942   I-61 5./JG77  
35. 19.4.1942   I-61 5./JG77  
36. 19.4.1942   RZ 5./JG77  
37. 19.4.1942   I-61 5./JG77  
38. 19.4.1942   RZ 5./JG77  
39. 19.4.1942   I-180 5./JG77  
40. 20.4.1942   I-26 5./JG77  
41. 2.5.1942   MiG-3 5./JG77  
42. 2.5.1942   I-16 5./JG77  
43. 8.5.1942   I-16 5./JG77  
44. 8.5.1942   I-153 5./JG77  
45. 8.5.1942   I-16 5./JG77  
46. 16.5.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
47. 19.5.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
48. 20.5.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
49. 26.5.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
50. 27.5.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
51. 27.5.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
52. 3.6.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
53. 4.6.1942   Jak-3 5./JG77  
54. 7.6.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
55. 8.6.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
56. 8.6.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
57. 8.6.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
58. 9.6.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
59. 9.6.1942   MiG-3 5./JG77  
60. 10.6.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
61. 13.6.1942   Jak-1 5./JG77  
62. 13.6.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
63. 2.7.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
64. 6.7.1942   Boston 5./JG77  
65. 8.7.1942   P-39 5./JG77  
66. 9.7.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
67. 9.7.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
68. 11.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
69. 11.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
70. 12.7.1942   Jak-1 5./JG77  
71. 14.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
72. 21.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
73. 21.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
74. 21.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
75. 21.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
76. 21.7.1942   Hurricane 5./JG77  
77. 21.7.1942   Hurricane 5./JG77  
78. 22.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
79. 23.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
80. 23.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
81. 23.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
82. 23.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
83. 23.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
84. 23.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
85. 24.7.1942   Hurricane 5./JG77  
86. 24.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
87. 24.7.1942   Hurricane 5./JG77  
88. 25.7.1942   Pe-2 5./JG77  
89. 25.7.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
90. 26.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
91. 26.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
92. 26.7.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
93. 27.7.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
94. 28.7.1942   MiG-1 5./JG77  
95. 28.7.1942 18:15 Boston 5./JG77  
96. 29.7.1942 6:49 MiG-1 5./JG77  
97. 29.7.1942 6:50 MiG-1 5./JG77  
98. 29.7.1942 6:53 MiG-1 5./JG77  
99. 31.7.1942 6:35 R-5 5./JG77  
100. 3.8.1942 5:20 Pe-2 5./JG77  
101. 3.8.1942 18:49 Il-2 5./JG77  
102. 3.8.1942 18:51 Il-2 5./JG77  
103. 5.8.1942 8:40 Hurricane 5./JG77  
104. 5.8.1942 8:45 Hurricane 5./JG77  
105. 6.8.1942 11:10 MiG-1 5./JG77  
106. 6.8.1942 11:12 LaGG-3 5./JG77  
107. 4.9.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
108. 4.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
109. 4.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
110. 5.9.1942   P-40 5./JG77  
111. 5.9.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
112. 5.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
113. 15.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
114. 16.9.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
115. 16.9.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
116. 18.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
117. 18.9.1942   Il-2 5./JG77  
118. 19.9.1942   LaGG-3 5./JG77  
119. 20.12.1942 7:45 P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
120. 20.12.1942 7:47 P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
121. 11.1.1943 9:30 P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
122. 11.1.1943 9:32 P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
123. 13.1.1943   P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
124. 14.1.1943   P-40 5./JG77 North Africa
125. 25.6.1943 8:59 B-17 Stab JG11 6 km SW Friesoyte 7500 m
126. 29.7.1943 9:35 B-17 Stab JG11 10 km NE Helgoland
127. 2.10.1943 17:31 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 10km N Borkum 5000 m
128. 8.10.1943 15:20 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 05 Ost S/DT-4/8 7000 m
129. 26.11.1943 12:14~ B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Aurich-Bremen-Loningen
130. 1.12.1943 12:30~ B-24 Stab III../ JG11 Spa-Duren-Solingen
131. 5.1.1944 12:28~ P-38 Stab III../ JG11 Neumunster-Itzehoe 9000 m
132. 11.1.1944 11:30~ B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Goslar-Oschersleben 5700 m
133. 11.1.1944 11:30~ B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Goslar-Oschersleben 5700 m
134. 3.2.1944 11:10~ P-47 Stab III../ JG11 N Oldenburg
135. 10.2.1944 11:40 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Celle area 7000 m
136. 24.2.1944 16:20 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Gluckstadt N Stade 4300 m
137. 18.3.1944 15:15 B-24 Stab III../ JG11 NE Freiburg 6000 m
138. 18.3.1944 15:20~ B-24 Stab III../ JG11 NE Freiburg 6000 m
139. 18.3.1944 15:25~ B-24 Stab III../ JG11 NE Freiburg 6000 m
140. 8.4.1944 13:45 B-24 Stab III../ JG11 S Uelzen 7000 m
141. 11.4.1944 16:40 B-24 Stab III../ JG11 E Lingen 7500 m
142. 15.4.1944   P-38 Stab III../ JG11  
143. 4.5.1944 10:27 P-47 Stab III../ JG11 W Verden 7000 m
144. 8.5.1944 10:55 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 W Verden
145. 8.5.1944 12:00 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Verden
146. 12.5.1944 12:30 B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Wiesbaden 6500 m
147. 13.5.1944 13:50 P-47 Stab III../ JG11 Kiel 4000 m
148. 19.5.1944   B-17 Stab III../ JG11  
149. 22.5.1944 13:25~ B-17 Stab III../ JG11 Fehmarn-Kiel-Lubeck area
150.-165. 1944   16 victories ? (JG11 or JG76) 14 Viermots?
166. 28.10.1944 13:25 Typhoon Stab II./JG26 Venlo-Kempen / Typhoon of 182 Sqn, RAF
167. 23.12.1944 12:52 P-51 Stab II./JG26 Koln-Bonn / P-51 of 364 FG, USAAF
168. 23.12.1944 12:54 Lancaster Stab II./JG26 Koln
169. 23.12.1944 12:56 Mosquito Stab II./JG26 Koln-Monchen-Gladbach / Mosquito of 105 Sqn, RAF
170. 24.12.1944 12:28 P-47 Stab II./JG26 Liege / P-47 of 36 FG, USAAF
171. 24.12.1944 12:30 P-47 Stab II./JG26 Liege / P-47 of 36 FG, USAAF
172. 25.12.1944 11:55 P-38 Stab II./JG26 Wesel
173. 1.1.1945 9:25 Spitfire Stab II./JG26 Brussels / Spitfire of 416 Sqn, RAF
174. 14.1.1945 12:05 P-47 Stab II./JG26 E Liege / P-47 of 366 FG, USAAF
175. 14.1.1945 12:15 P-51 Stab II./JG26 Remscheid / P-51 of 78 FG, USAAF
176. 2.1945   E/a Stab JG300  
177. 7.3.1945 9:25 Jak-9 Stab JG11  
178. 3.1945   E/a Stab JG11  
179. 23.3.1945 14:33 Il-2 Stab JG11  
180. 23.3.1945 14:40 Il-2 Stab JG11  
181. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
182. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
183. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
184. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
185. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
186. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
187. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
188. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
189. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
190. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
191. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  
192. 1945   E/a Stab JG11  

Victories : 192
Awards : Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords
Units : JG333, JG77, JG11, JG76, JG26, JG300

Web reference:
http://www.luftwaffe.cz/hackl.html

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Anton Hackl

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
15-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.02 Stavanger
15-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.07 Stavanger
15-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.17 Stavanger
15-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.00 Stavanger
21-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hampden   16.45 West of Hardanger-Fjord
21-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hampden   16.45 West of Hardanger-Fjord
27-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.40 Based Stavanger
27-Jun-40 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hudson   09.56 SW of Stavanger
03-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
04-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Yak-3      
07-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 07.03 35 473
07-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3 800m 04.30 35 471
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 1500m 13.10 35 392
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 19.15 35 442
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1      
08-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
09-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
09-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-3      
10-Jun-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
02-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1      
11-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
11-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
12-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Yak-1      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hurricane      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hurricane      
21-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3      
26-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
26-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
26-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik      
28-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 DB-7 5000m 18.15 92 354
29-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 1500m 06.49 83 832
29-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 1200m 06.50 93 572
29-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 20m 06.53 93 532
31-Jul-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 R-5 5m 06.35 83 621
03-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Pe-2   05.20 83 554
03-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 50m 18.49 72 282
03-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 18.51 72 231
05-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hurricane 50m 08.45 83 483
05-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Hurricane 30m 08.40 83 664
06-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 2500m 11.10 83 851
06-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 LaGG-3 1500m 11.12 83 871
12-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 1800m 14.05 83 811
12-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 1200m 14.08 83 871
13-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 30m 10.49 83 814
13-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 10m 10.53 83 672
14-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 MiG-1 10m 18.20 82 131
25-Aug-42 Anton Hackl 3./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 2000m 17.32 72 293
05-Sep-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 500m 17.21 82 131
05-Sep-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 500m 17.15 82 153
05-Sep-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Il-2 Sturmovik 600m 17.18 82 124
20-Dec-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 2000m 07.45 62/71/1
20-Dec-42 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 1000m 07.47 62/73/5
01-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 2000m 11.07 20km SW Buerat
01-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 10m 11.00 15km ssE Buerat
02-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 2300m 15.15 5km NW Buerat
02-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk   10.27 52 654 20km SW Buerat
02-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk   10.22 52 552 50km SW Buerat
07-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Spitfire 6-7000m 11.45 7km SW FlPl Sirte
08-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 Spitfire 6000m 16.25 20km E Guett el Goshia
11-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk   09.32  
11-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk   09.30  
13-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40E Warhawk      
14-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40E Warhawk      
19-Jan-43 Anton Hackl 5./JG77 P-40 Kittyhawk 800m 16.10 10km N W Tarbuna
25-Jun-43 Anton Hackl Stab /JG11 B-17 Fortress 4800m 08.59 6km SW Freisoythe
29-Jul-43 Anton Hackl Stab /JG11 B-17 Fortress 8500m 09.35 10km NE Helgoland
02-Oct-43 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 5000m 17.31 AO-6 (12km N Juist)
08-Oct-43 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7000m 15.20 DT-48 (E Bremen)
26-Nov-43 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress 8000m 12.02 DQ-39
01-Dec-43 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator 7000m 12.16 OO 39 (Euskirchen area)
05-Jan-44 Anton Hackl III./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
11-Jan-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
11-Jan-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
03-Feb-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt      
10-Feb-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress   11.40 FA-8 (SE Celle)
24-Feb-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress 4300m 16.20 05 Ost S/AT-9 (Stade)
18-Mar-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator      
18-Mar-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator      
18-Mar-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6000m 15.15 DQ-DP
08-Apr-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator 7000m 13.50 05 Ost S/EB bei Uelzen 1345-
11-Apr-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-24 Liberator 7500m 10.40 05 Ost S/FR-FQ E Lingen
15-Apr-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
04-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 7000m 10.27 05 Ost S/ET-(W Verden)
08-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress   10.55 ES-6/EU-4 (Bassum-Fallingbostel)
08-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress   12.00 EU-1/ET-3 (Visselhovde)
12-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress   12.30-35 50km vor Weisbaden
13-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 4000m 13.50 UA-TA (Plon-Kiel)
19-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
22-May-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
28-Oct-44 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG26 Typhoon 800-300m 13.25 LN (Dulken)
24-Dec-44 Anton Hackl Stab II./JG26 P-47 Thunderbolt 4000m 12.28 PL-PM (Durbuy-Stavelot)
24-Dec-44 Anton Hackl Stab II./JG26 P-47 Thunderbolt 10-1500m 12.30 PL-PM (Durbuy-Stavelot)
01-Jan-45 Anton Hackl Stab II./JG26 Spitfire   09.25 Brussel
14-Jan-45 Anton Hackl Stab II./JG26 P-51 Mustang   12.15 Remscheid
14-Jan-45 Anton Hackl Stab II./JG26 P-47 Thunderbolt   12.05 ON [E. Liege]
01-Feb-45 Anton Hackl StabJG300 Abschu?      
07-Mar-45 Anton Hackl Stab III./JG11 Jak-9   09.25 15 Ost S/43498 [Raum Kustrin]
23-Mar-45 Anton Hackl StabJG11 Il-2   14.33 15 Ost S/4391 [Raum Kustrin]
23-Mar-45 Anton Hackl StabJG11 Il-2   14.40 15 Ost S/4391 [Raum Kustrin]



Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Major

Rolf-Gunther Hermichen was born on 25 July 1918 at Wernigeroge. After finishing pilot school Leutnant Hermichen was posted to 6./ZG 1 to fly Bf 110s. He shot down his first enemy aircraft on 10 May 1940 during the French campaign. He had recorded four victories by the time of the French capitulation. With the same unit, but renamed 9./ZG 76, he took part in the Battle of Britain. Hermichen shot down his fifth victim on 12 August 1940. On 25 April 1941, 9./ZG 76 was redesignated 6./SKG 210. Hermichen took part in Operation Barbarossa with the unit undertaking numerous fighter bomber and ground attack missions. He also recorded three aerial victories during his time in Russia. Oberleutnant Hermichen joined III./JG26 on 1 November 1941. He was assigned to 7./JG26. In March 1942 he was Adjutant to Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG26, Hauptmann Josef Priller (101 victories, RK-S), on the Western Front. On 1 May, he became Staffelkapitan of 3./JG26. His score stood at 13 victories. Over Dieppe on 19 August 1942 he achieved his 17th and 18th victories. On 6 December he achieved his 20th victory.

After moving with I./JG26 to the Eastern front in January 1943, he added eight Soviet fighters to his tally. I./JG26 relocated back to the Channel front in June.

Hauptmann Hermichen was appointed temporary Gruppenkommandeur of III./JG26 on 15 June 1943. He relinquished command to Hauptmann Klaus Mietusch (75 victories, RK-EL, killed in action 17 September 1944) on 4 July 1943. He returned to 3./JG26 as Staffelkapitan. On 16 October 1943, Major Hermichen was appointed Gruppenkommandeur of I./JG11 based at Husum. On 20 February he shot down four B-24s , on 6 March he shot down three B-17s and on 8 March again shot down four four-engined bombers in 20 minutes. He was very sucessful against Viermots... On 26 March 1944, after his 61st victory, he was awarded the Ritterkreuz. His 64th, and last, kill was over a P-51 on 24 April. He ended operational flying in May. In the dying days of the war he became Gruppenkommandeur of II./JG104. With this unit he was awarded the Eichenlaub on 19 February 1945 (Nr 748).

Rolf-Gunther Hermichen flew 629 combat missions and shot down 64 enemy aircraft, 11 of them he downed flying the Bf 110. On the Western front he shot down 53 enemy aircraft, including 26 four-engined heavy bombers.

No Date Time Enemy A/C Type Unit Location Comments
1. 10.5.1940   E/a 6./ZG 1   Battle of France
2. 1940   E/a 6./ZG 1   Battle of France
3. 1940   E/a 6./ZG 1   Battle of France
4. 1940   E/a 6./ZG 1   Battle of France
5. 5.8.1940   RAF fighter 9./ZG 76   Battle of Britain
6. 8.1940   RAF fighter 9./ZG 76   Battle of Britain
7. 8.1940   RAF fighter 9./ZG 76   Battle of Britain
8. 9.2.1941   Beaufort 9./ZG 76 Off coast of Norway Blenheim?
9. 1941   E/a 6./SKG 210   Russia
10. 1941   E/a 6./SKG 210   Russia
11. 1941   E/a 6./SKG 210   Russia
12. 4.4.1942 11:35 Spitfire 7./JG 26 Pas de Calais  
13. 12.4.1942 13:40 Spitfire 7./JG26 3km N Cassel Spitfire of 313 Sqn, RAF
14. 9.5.1942 17:39 Spitfire 3./JG 26 10km NW Coxyde Spitfire of 72 Sqn, RAF
15. 30.7.1942   Hurricane 3./JG 26 Wizernes airfield Hurricane of 174 Sqn, RAF
16. 18.8.1942   Spitfire 3./JG 26 20km S Dungeness Spitfire of 602 Sqn, RAF
17. 19.8.1942   Spitfire 3./JG 26 NE Dieppe  
18. 19.8.1942   Airacobra 3./JG 26 Near Dieppe Spitfire of 31 FG, USAAF
19. 4.12.1942 14:34 Spitfire 3./JG 26 10km NE Desvres  
20. 6.12.1942 11:37 Spitfire 3./JG 26 20km N Le Treport  
21. 19.12.1942 14:14 US fighter 3./JG 26 25km ESE Deal Possibly Typhoon
22. 18.2.1943   LaGG-3 3./JG 26 PQ 28321  
23. 19.2.1943   Il-2 3./JG 26 PQ 18293  
24. 19.2.1943   Il-2 3./JG 26 PQ 18462  
25. 4.3.1943   Pe-2 3./JG 26 PQ 18242  
26. 5.3.1943   P-40 3./JG 26 PQ 18443  
27. 7.3.1943   Pe-2 3./JG 26 PQ 18551  
28. 7.3.1943   Pe-2 3./JG 26 PQ 18254  
29. 23.3.1943   Yak 3./JG 26 PQ 00412  
30. 1943   E/a Stab III./JG26 between 15.6. and 4.7.  
31. 28.7.1943 12:17 Typhoon 3./JG 26 W Rotterdam P-47 of 4 FG, USAAF
32. 30.7.1943 10:12 B-17 3./JG 26 Nijmegen B-17 of 379 BG, USAAF
33. 30.7.1943 10:15 P-47 3./JG 26 Nr Dordrecht P-47 of 4 FG, USAAF
34. 12.8.1943   B-17 3./JG 26 Monchen-Gladbach  
35. 15.8.1943 11:58 Spitfire 3./JG 26 Vlissingen-N Sea Spitfire of 453 Sqn, RAF
36. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
37. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
38. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
39. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
40. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
41. VIII.-X. 1943   Viermot 3./JG 26    
42. 5.11.1943   P-47 Stab I./JG11    
43. 5.11.1943   B-17 HSS Stab I./JG11    
44. 13.11.1943 11:30 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Deutsche Bucht-Schleswig  
45. 1.12.1943 12:20 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Spa-Duren-Solingen  
46. 1.12.1943   B-24 HSS Stab I./JG11 Spa-Duren-Solingen  
47. 11.12.1943 12:17 B-17 Stab I./JG11 Borkum-Emden-Zuider Zee  
48. 10.2.1944 12:55 B-17 Stab I./JG11 NW Lingen, 8000 m  
49. 20.2.1944 13:27 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Holzminden area  
50. 20.2.1944 13:30 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Holzminden area  
51. 20.2.1944 13:37 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Gotha, 6000 m  
52. 20.2.1944 13:45 B-24 Stab I./JG11 Hozkirchen, 4500 m  
53. 3.3.1944 12:02 B-17 Stab I./JG11 W Tonning, 7200 m  
54. 6.3.1944 12:00 B-17 Stab I./JG11 Haselunne, 7200 m  
55. 6.3.1944 12:06 B-17 Stab I./JG11 S Delmenhorst, 7200 m  
56. 6.3.1944 12:12 B-17 Stab I./JG11 S Delmenhorst, 7200 m  
57. 8.3.1944 15:26 B-24 Stab I./JG11 N Grossburgwedel  
58. 8.3.1944 15:28 B-24 Stab I./JG11 N Grossburgwedel  
59. 8.3.1944 15:36 B-17 Stab I./JG11 Celle 6000m  
60. 8.3.1944 15:47 B-17 Stab I./JG11    
61. 23.3.1944 10:03 B-17 Stab I./JG11 S Bremen, 7000 m  
62. 15.4.1944 13:56 P-38 Stab I./JG11 Rotenburg, tief  
63. 15.4.1944 13:57 P-38 Stab I./JG11 Rotenburg, 50 m  
64. 24.4.1944 13:06 P-51 Stab I./JG11 Mannheim, 800 m  

Victories : 64
Awards : Knight's Cros with Oak Leaves
Units : ZG 1, ZG 76, SKG 210, JG26, JG11, JG104
Web Reference:
http://www.luftwaffe.cz/hermichen.html

Asisbiz database list of 50 aerial victories for Rolf-Gunther Hermichen

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
12-Aug-40 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 9.ZG76 Abschuß      
09-Feb-41 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen III.ZG76 Beaufort     vor Lister
04-Apr-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 7./JG26 Spitfire   11.35 Pas-de-Calais
12-Apr-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 7./JG26 Spitfire   13.40 3km N Cassel
09-May-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire   17.39-42 10km NW Coxyde
30-Jul-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Hurricane 10-20m 19.11 800m N FlPl Wizernes
18-Aug-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire 4-5000m 15.04 15-20km SE Dungeness
19-Aug-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire 200m 09.51 NE Dieppe
19-Aug-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 P-39 Aircobra 1000m 11.28 1km Ostmale Dieppe
04-Dec-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire 1000-10m 14.35 S Ardres
04-Dec-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire   14.34 10km NE Desvres
06-Dec-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire 1800m 11.37 15-20km W Le Treport
19-Dec-42 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 U.S. Jager Low Level 14.15 25km ESE Deal
18-Feb-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 LaGG-3 150m 08.23 28 321
19-Feb-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Il-2 Sturmovik Low Level 10.01 18 462
19-Feb-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Il-2 Sturmovik 400m 09.59 18 293
04-Mar-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Pe-2 1500m 08.03 18 242
05-Mar-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 P-40 Warhawk Low Level 15.09 18 443
07-Mar-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Pe-2 1800m 10.03 18 254
07-Mar-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Pe-2 2000-1500m 15.43 18 551
23-Mar-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Yak-1 1500m 13.42 00 412
21-Apr-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 R-5 10m 10.45 90 614
28-Jul-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Typhoon 6-7000m 12.17 IH-1 to NH-7 (Scheldt-Brakel)
30-Jul-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 P-47 Thunderbolt 3000m 10.15 IL-23 (Tiel-Leerdam)
30-Jul-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 B-17 Fortress 7000-8000m 10.12 IM-3 (Nijmegen)
12-Aug-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 B-17 Fortress Hss 8500m 08.42 KN 3-6 (Hamminkeln-Xanten)
15-Aug-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen 3./JG26 Spitfire VI 400m 11.59 KH-7 in See (Middelburg)
05-Nov-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress Hss      
05-Nov-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 8200m 14.02 KH insel Schouwen
13-Nov-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 8200m 11.30 05 Ost N/ST-56 (E Husum)
01-Dec-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator Hss      
01-Dec-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 8000m 12.20 OO 8-6 S Euskirchen
11-Dec-43 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7800m 12.17 AP-24 (25km N Nordeney)
10-Feb-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 5000m 12.55 EP-8 (Haren N Meppen)
20-Feb-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 4000m 13.45 JU-6 to JA-4 (Holzminden)
20-Feb-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 8000m 13.27 JU-4 (Holzminden)
20-Feb-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6000m 13.37 JA-11 (Gotha)
20-Feb-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6000m 13.30 JU-1 (Holzminden)
03-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7200m 12.02 TR West of Tonning
06-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7400m 12.00 05 Ost S/EQ (Soge-Cloppenburg)
06-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7200m 12.06 05 Ost S/ER (Ahlhorn area)
06-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt   12.12 ER Bodennahe (Alhorn-Emsteck area)
08-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6000m 15.26 FU-9 N Grossburgwedel
08-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6000m 15.28 FU-9 N Grossburgwedel
08-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 6000m 15.36 FU-6 (W Celle)
08-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress   15.47  
23-Mar-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7000m 10.03-05 05 Ost S/South Bremen
15-Apr-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 P-38 Lightning 50m 13.57 05 Ost S/DT-29 (NW Rotenburg)
15-Apr-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 P-38 Lightning 50m 14.00 05 Ost S/CT-4 Zeven
24-Apr-44 Rolf-Gunther Hermichen Stab I./JG11 P-51 Mustang 800m 13.06 SS (area NE Mannheim)



Herbert Kutscha

Units:5./JG-77, 6./ZG-1 (7/42S.U.), II/SKG-210, Sk 12./JG-3, Kdr II./JG-3 (11/44), Stab II./JG-27, III./JG-11

Awards:RK(9/24/42), DK-G(2/23/42), EP(11/3/41), EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge(12/25/44), Fighter Operational Clasp w/Pendant

Known Aircraft:Bf 110, Bf 109F, Bf 109G-6 WNr 411032 (lost 2/10/44), Bf 109G-6 WNr 411048 (lost 2/24/44)

Remarks:His G-6 crashed at Vroomshoop Holland (north van Russenweg) on 10 February, 1944, cause and pilot disposition unknown (DeSwart). Shot down with wounds and bailing safely from his Wk# 411048 on 24 February, 1944, after aerial combat with a P-47 by Quakenbrück. In addition to the aerial victories, his ground victories included 41 AC , 41 Tanks, 15 RR engines, 11 AA guns, and 157 trucks. 900 combat missions, including many close support missions. 6 bombers. 14 victories in the West. One known victory, his 1st while in 5/JG-77, a Wellington north of Wangerooge, 14 December, 1939. His 2nd, a Hudson 40 km N of Ameland on 24 February, 1940. His first known Soviet victory, an I-153 on 25 July, 1942. Another I-153 on 9 August, 1942. His 34th, a P-38 on 31 January, 1944. His 35th, a B-17 on 10 February, 1944. A P-51 in the Eisleben area on 2 November, 1944. A P-47 at Monschau-St Vith on 17 December, 1944, while serving in 15/JG-27. Deceased 14 September, 2003.

Asisbiz database list of 20 aerial victories for Herbert Kutscha

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
Thursday, December 14, 1939 Herbert Kutscha 5./JG77 Wellington   15:50 N Wangerooge
Saturday, February 24, 1940 Herbert Kutscha 5./JG77 Hudson   09:11 40km N Ameland
Sunday, July 26, 1942 Herbert Kutscha 6./ZG1 I-153 20-500m 16:21 88 890
Sunday, August 9, 1942 Herbert Kutscha 6./ZG1 I-153   15:43 05 311
Monday, July 12, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 Spitfire 1500m 11:12 30km S Licata
Monday, August 16, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-24 Liberator 5000m 12:51 5km S Atella (Basilicata)
Thursday, August 19, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-17 Fortress II   12:37 Amalfi Coast
Friday, August 20, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 P-38 Lightning 2000m 13:28 41 273 (Naples area)
Wednesday, August 25, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-17 Fortress 6500m 10:50 51 331
Saturday, August 28, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 P-38F Lightning 50-100m 15:55 31 223
Monday, August 30, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 P-38 Lightning 50m 12:20 31 273 (Ischia area)
Tuesday, September 7, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-24 Liberator      
Thursday, September 9, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-24 Liberator 7200m 13:55 5138 (Calabria)
Sunday, December 19, 1943 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-24 Liberator 6500m 11:52 SE Innsbruck
Monday, January 31, 1944 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 P-38 Lightning      
Thursday, February 10, 1944 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-17 Fortress      
Monday, February 21, 1944 Herbert Kutscha 12./JG3 B-17 Fortress Hss 7000m 14:35 Raum Holzminden
Sunday, July 16, 1944 Herbert Kutscha 4./JG3 Spitfire 350-400m 20:20 AT-12 (St Martin-des-Besaces)
Thursday, November 2, 1944 Herbert Kutscha Stab II./JG3 P-51 Mustang 6500m 12:45 LC-9/MD-1-2
Sunday, December 17, 1944 Herbert Kutscha 15./JG27 P-47 Thunderbolt 1200m 11:02 ON u PN (Monschau-St Vith)



Erich Hondt

Units:JG-1, 6./JG-11 (4/43), Jasta Helgoland- JG-11, Stfkpt 2./JG-11 (8/43), Stfkpt 3./JG-11 (2/45), JV-44

Awards:DK-G (2/24/45), EP, EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 109G-6 'Yel 13'(lost) & 'Yel 9', Fw 190A-5 WNr 410233 (85% dam 9/8/43 Engine trouble Schickeberg), Fw 190A-5/R1 WNr 410266 'Black 13' (2/JG-11), Fw 190A-6 WNr 470019 'Black 14' (lost 5/22/44 aerial combat, Rotenburg), Fw 190A-8 WNr 171678 'Blk 8' (lost 8/25/44; aerial combat with P-51's, bailed safely w/injuries), Fw 190A-8 WNr 960252 (lost 12/23/44 combat; pilot ret'd.), Fw 190A-8 WNr 739544 (35% landing gear dam 2/20/45), Fw 190A-8 WNr 739861 (belly land 2/10/45), Me 262A-1a

Remarks:Entered the Luftwaffe in 1940. Approx. 150 missions. 15+ (maybe all his victories) bombers. Shot down at Bellingwolde Holland with wounds 8 October, 1943 in Werk # 410266, opposing U.S. bombers during the Münster raids. One known victory, his 1st, a B-24 on 14 May, 1943 while in 6/JG-11. His 2nd, a B-17 32 km N of Spiekeroog on 17 July, 1943. His 3rd, a B-17 at Heidkaten north of Hamburg on 25 July, 1943. His 5th, a B-17 40 km N of Juist on 2 October, 1943. His 6th, a B-17 on 8 October, 1943. In August, 1943, he served in Jagdstaffel Helgoland (11/JG-11) flying the Bf 109T-2 'Green 13'. 10 known victories were heavy bombers while flying the Me 262 in JV-44. He was shot down with wounds 8 October, 1943 in his 'Black 13' above. His 7th & 8th, a B-24 and a 2nd B-24 (HSS) N of Osnabrück on 19 May, 1944. A 3rd B-24, same day, SW of Verden. A double victory, nos.10 & 11, on 25 August, 1944; both P-51's at St Quentin. His 13th, an 'e/a' on 20 January, 1945. His 14th, a Yak-9 in the Mohrin area on 10 February, 1945.

Asisbiz database list of 14 aerial victories for Erich Hondt

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
14-May-43 Erich Hondt 6./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
11-Jun-43 Erich Hondt 6./JG11 B-17 Fortress Hss 7500m 17:58 05 Ost S/84/3/8/7
17-Jul-43 Erich Hondt Jasta Helgoland B-17 Fortress 7500m 09:12 UQ 7 (32km N Spiekeroog)
25-Jul-43 Erich Hondt Jasta Helgoland B-17 Fortress 9000m 16:55 AU 66 Heidkaten (N Hamburg)
28-Jul-43 Erich Hondt Jasta Helgoland B-17 Fortress   10:10 SH-4 (Graddnetz suspect)
02-Oct-43 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7000m 17:10 AP-1 (40km N Juist)
08-Oct-43 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
19-May-44 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 B-24 Liberator 6300m 12:55 05 Ost S/FS-FT SW of Verden
19-May-44 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 B-24 Liberator Hss 6500m 12:50 05 Ost S/FR-FS North of Osnabruck
19-May-44 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 B-24 Liberator   12:35 05 Ost S/FR-FS North of Osnabruck
25-Aug-44 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 P-51 Mustang     05 Ost S/RG-9 St Quentin
25-Aug-44 Erich Hondt 2./JG11 P-51 Mustang     05 Ost S/RG-9 St Quentin
20-Jan-45 Erich Hondt 3./JG11 Abschuß   - -
10-Feb-45 Erich Hondt 3./JG11 Yak-9   - Raum Mohren



Wilhelm Lorenz

Units:3./JG-11

Awards:EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-7 'Yellow 6' (dam 2/20/44), Fw 190A-7 WNr 430466 'Yellow 15' (lost 3/2/44), Fw 190A-8 WNr 170414 'Yellow 11' (lost 5/22/44)

Remarks:WIA 22 May, 1944 during aerial combat with a P-47 near Rotenburg; bailed safely. WIA 2 March, 1944 during aerial combat near Hemmingen. Uninjured in a crash landing 8 km NE of Svendborg/Fünen on 20 February, 1944, after aerial combat with a B-17. Two known victories, a B-17 at Hadeslev on 20 February, 1944 and a P-38 on 15 April, 1944, no location. Magnus Report.

Asisbiz Database list of 2 aerial victories for Wilhelm Lorenz

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
15-Apr-44 Wilhelm Lorenz 3./JG11 P-38 Lightning   - -
20-Feb-44 Wilhelm Lorenz 3./JG11 B-17 Fortress 4000m 12:12 PU-9 (Hadeslev)



Otto Wernik

Units:4./JG-11

Awards:Wound Badge, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A-8 WNr 171580 'Green 8' (lost 9/9/44)

Remarks:POW 9 September, 1944 crashing near Liege Belgium, after being shot down with wounds by a P-47 over Lüttich. Source: A. Rosseels.

Asisbiz database has no known aerial victories for Otto Wernik



Oberfeldwebel Siegfried Zick

Units:2/JG-1 (6/41 Netherlands), 7/JG-11 (6/43-3/44), 8/JG-11 (7/44 S.U.)

Awards:DK-G(2/24/44), EP, EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Bf 109E & F, Bf 109G-1 in JG-1 (7/42), Fw 190A-7 WNr 431012 'White 7' in Staffel 3/44 at Oldenburg

Remarks:18 bombers. His 1st victory, a Blenheim at Zouteland on 12 August, 1941. Another, his 5th, a B-17 east of Jade Bay on 27 January, 1943. A B-17 on 25 June, 1943. His 5th, a P-47 5 km NW of Langeoog on 2 October, 1943. His 6th, a B-17 near Talge on 8 October, 1943. His 7th, a B-24 on 5 November, 1943. His 8th, a P-38 at Rhenen on 13 November, 1943. His 9th, a B-17 at Oldenburg on 26 November, 1943. His 10th, a B-17 on 16 December, 1943. His 13th, a B-17 (HSS) on 11 January, 1944. A B-17 at Wagenfeld-Silingen on 6 March, 1944 (Perry Claims). Another victory, a B-24 on 23 March, 1944. His 15th, a P-47 on 3 February, 1944. His 20th, a B-24 on 23 March, 1944, no location. His 25th, a P-38 at Rendsburg on 22 May, 1944. Nos. 26 & 27, a Yak-9 and an Il-2 on 15 July, 1944. He scored numerous victories over P-38 's of 20th & 55th FG's. Transferred to Russia, his first Russian victory, a Yak-9 on 8 July, 1944. A 2nd Soviet, a LaGG-5 on 20 July, 1944. Survived the war.

Asisbiz database list of aerial victories for Oberfeldwebel Siegfried Zick, 7./JG11

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
12-Aug-41 Siegfried Zick 2./JG1 Blenheim   13.00 Zouteland
27-Jan-43 Siegfried Zick 2./JG1 B-17 Fortress 4500m 11.23 E Jadebusen (Jade Bay)
25-Jun-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
26-Jul-43 Siegfried Zick 9./JG11 B-17 Fortress 3000m 12.45 S Oldenburg
29-Jul-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
02-Oct-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 7500m 17.19 AP-9 (5km NW Langeoog)
08-Oct-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7500m 15.45 05 Ost S/FQ-69 bei Talge
05-Nov-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-24 Liberator      
13-Nov-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning 8000m 12.40 JL-3 (Rhenen)
26-Nov-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7500m 11.55 DR-23 (Oldenburg)
11-Dec-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress e.V. 7600m 13.10 CN-68 (Zoutkamp)
16-Dec-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
20-Dec-43 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-24 Liberator      
05-Jan-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
11-Jan-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress Hss      
30-Jan-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress      
03-Feb-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt      
10-Feb-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress 7400m 11.20 FR (Diepholz area)
21-Feb-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-51 Mustang 6500m   GO Almelo-Horstel
06-Mar-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress 6500m 12.10 FS (Wagenfeld-Sulingen)
08-Mar-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
23-Mar-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-24 Liberator      
15-Apr-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
15-Apr-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning      
08-May-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress   09.53 ET-FT (Verden-Nienburg)
19-May-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-17 Fortress   15.21 15 Ost N/SB-5 NW of Fehmarn
22-May-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 P-38 Lightning 7200m 13.12 TU-UU (180? Rendsburg)
29-May-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-24 Liberator Hss 7400m 11.50 AG-BG (Tutow-Altentreptow)
29-May-44 Siegfried Zick 7./JG11 B-24 Liberator 7400m 11.57 AG-BG (Tutow-Altentreptow)
08-Jul-44 Siegfried Zick 8./JG11 Yak-9 2000m 08.52 55 325
15-Jul-44 Siegfried Zick 8./JG11 Yak-9 800m 15.48 41 651
15-Jul-44 Siegfried Zick 8./JG11 Il-2 Sturmovik 500m 15.49 41 643
20-Jul-44 Siegfried Zick 8./JG11 LaGG-5 2000m 18.50 32 823



Ludwig Bertram

Units:10/JG-11 (Grove De. 2/44), Stab/JG-11 (9/44), 1/JG-11 (4/45)

Awards:EK 1 & 2, Fighter Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft:Fw 190A (50% dam 2/44), Bf 109G-6/AS 'Black 5' (lost 9/23/44), Fw 190A-7 'White 11' (early '44 Aalborg-Ost)

Remarks:Bertram belly landed an Fw 190A at Jyllarup Denmark after attacking American bombers on 25 February, 1944, cause not given (Source: Air War over Denmark). Bertram was shot down on 23 September, 1944 in 'Black 5' by a P-47 of 353FG by Laag-Keppel Netherlands. One known victory, his 1st, a P-51 at Caen on 27 June, 1944. His 2nd, a P-47 N of Nijmegen on 23 September, 1944. His 3rd, a Boston on 16 April, 1945. His 4th, a Yak-3 on 17 April, 1945. His 5th, a Yak-3 on 18 April, 1945. Magnus Report.

Asisbiz database list of 5 aerial victories for Ludwig Bertram

Date Pilot Name Unit Enemy A/C Type Height Time Location
27-Jun-44 Ludwig Bertram 10./JG11 P-51 Mustang 1000m 11:00 15 West S/UU-5 (Caen)
23-Sep-44 Ludwig Bertram Stab JG11 P-47 Thunderbolt 800m 18:10 N. Nijmegen
16-Apr-45 Ludwig Bertram Stab I./JG11 Boston   - -
17-Apr-45 Ludwig Bertram Stab I./JG11 Yak-3   - -
18-Apr-45 Ludwig Bertram Stab I./JG11 Yak-3   - -

    Some of the most widely used Book References:: +

  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase One: July-August 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 1) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Eddie J Creek (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Two: August-September 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 2) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Three: September-October 1940 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 3) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)
  • Jagdwaffe: Battle of Britain: Phase Four: November 1940-June 1941 (Luftwaffe Colours: Volume Two, Section 4) Paperback Eric Mombeek (Author), David Wadman (Author), Martin Pegg (Author)

    Web References: +

  • Airfix Magazines (English) - http://www.airfix.com/
  • Avions (French) - http://www.aerostories.org/~aerobiblio/rubrique10.html
  • FlyPast (English) - http://www.flypast.com/
  • Flugzeug Publikations GmbH (German) - http://vdmedien.com/flugzeug-publikations-gmbh-hersteller_verlag-vdm-heinz-nickel-33.html
  • Flugzeug Classic (German) - http://www.flugzeugclassic.de/
  • Klassiker (German) - http://shop.flugrevue.de/abo/klassiker-der-luftfahrt
  • Le Fana de L'Aviation (French) - http://boutique.editions-lariviere.fr/site/abonnement-le-fana-de-l-aviation-626-4-6.html
  • Le Fana de L'Aviation (French) - http://www.pdfmagazines.org/tags/Le+Fana+De+L+Aviation/
  • Osprey (English) - http://www.ospreypublishing.com/
  • Revi Magazines (Czech) - http://www.revi.cz/
  • Luftwaffe profiles http://luftwaffeprofiles.blogspot.com/p/fw-190-a8-profiles.html

This webpage was updated 22nd July 2019