Art Focke Wulf Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber WNr 210240 Munchen Riem 1945 0A IL2 GO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 IL2 GO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 NM IL2 GO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 V0A IL2 HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 IL2 HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 NM
IL2 HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 V0A IL2 HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Faber 1945 V0A IL2 HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 IL2 HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 NM IL2 MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 IL2 MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 NM
IL2 MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 V0A IL2 RG Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 IL2 RG Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945 V0A IL2 TT Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen Riem 1945

Erg.KGr.(J) emblem Jagdverband 44 - JV 44


Focke-Wulf Fw 190D9 Red 13 JV44 Munchen-Riem Germany late April 1945 The pilot of this aircraft has been identified as Hptm. Klaus Faber, a former member of JG27, JG6 and as depicted here JV44. Red 13 was rumoured to be exceptionally fast at low level.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190D-9, W.Nr. 210240, Oblt. Klaus Faber, Ainring airbase, Austria, May 1945

This aircraft also carried a slogan on the port side with a light hearted connotation to it, 'Rein Muss er, und wenn wir beide weinen' ('he must go in, even if we both cry'). Faber stated that on the 2nd or 3rd of May, 1945, he shot down one, prehaps two, P-47s near Bad Aibling. In all probability, he was flying this airplane at the time. Together with Wübke's Red '3', Red '13' fell into the hands of the Allies at Ainring. The black-white-red emblem on the port side of the fuselage under the cockpit designates Headquarters (black and white checkerboard) protected by the flight of red aircraft (red circle).

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Jagdverband 44 'Platzschultzstaffel'

HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945
HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 NM
HH Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 V0A

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GO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945
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HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945
HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 NM
HM Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 V0A

Historical skin of Fw-190 D9 Red 13 of JV44, May 1945
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MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945
MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 NC
MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 NM
MO Fw 190D9 JV44 Red 13 Klaus Faber Munchen-Riem 1945 V0A

190d9 1945 Red 13 Jv44
The pilot of this aircraft has been identified as Hptm. Klaus Faber, a former member of JG27, JG6 and as depicted here JV44.
Red 13 was rumoured to be exceptionally fast at low level.
Motto reads something like He must get in even if they both cry!
details of camo and guide & (b/w) and pic at Experten decals site : http://www.stormbirds.net/experten/
Red 13 was one of the four or five Doras known to have been assigned to the Airfield Defence Staffel of Generalleutnant Adolph Galland's Jagdverband 44. The intended role of this small unit was to defend the airspace above JV 44's operational base during the take-off and landing of the Me 262 jets, when they were most vulnerable to Allied fighter attack. The extensive deployment of flak units around the airfield and its approaches necessitated the painting of the D-9s' undersides in a dark color (usually agreed to be red) with narrow white longitudinal stripes, such that they not be mistaken for Allied aircraft which regularly prowled the airfields.
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Luftwaffe Badge

Klaus Faber

Units: 3/JG-1 (9/39), 8/JG-27 (4/41 Romania), 9/JG-27 (1/42 Africa), Platzschutzstaffel JV-44 (4/45 Ainring)

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

Known Aircraft: Bf 109D, Bf109E-1 'Yellow 8' in JG-1, Bf 109E-4 WNr 5345 (lost 4/6/41), Bf 109F-4/Trop WNr 8565 (lost 1/30/42), Fw 190D-9 WNr 213240 'Red 13' & D-9 WNr 400240 'Red 13' in JV-44

Remarks: POW (Briefly) 6 April, 1941 when he was shot down by a Hurricane west of Gefyroudi Romania. He was returned 27 April, 1941, a Lt at the time. He was injured in his F-4 when he overturned on takeoff from Belauda on 30 January, 1942. One known victory, his 1st, in 'Yellow 8', a Blenheim in the Osnabrück area, 28 September, 1939. This was the first victory for I/JG-1. Provided protection for the Me 262's. His 3rd and last victory, a P-47 in the Bad Aibling area on 4 May, 1945. Survived the war.

Asisbiz Database of 3 aerial victories for Klaus Faber

Date
Pilot Name
Unit
Enemy A/C Type
Height
Time
Location
28-Sep-39
Klaus Faber
3./JG1
Blenheim
 
10.29
Osnabruck area
27-Aug-41
Klaus Faber
9./JG27
I-17
 
15.55
Ostfront (Eastern Front)
04-May-45
Klaus Faber
JV44
P-47 Thunderbolt
 
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Raum Bad Aibling

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