Kampfgeschwader 4 'General Wever' mixed photo's

Heinkel He 111 KG4 ground crew carry out a double engine France August 1940

Photo 01: Operating under Luftflotte 2 and 3, the He 111 equiped five Kampfgeschwader and two independent Kampfgruppen during the Battle. Here, Luftwaffe ground crew carry out a double engine change on an He 111 from Stab/KG4. As is evident from its markings, the crane being used to replace the starboard propeller is ex-RAF property.



Heinkel He 111 H-20 1./KG4 coded 5J+AH wrecked Crimea 1944

He111H-20 1./KG4 5J+AH WNr.?, this is my interpetation from an black & white photo of an odd actually an fighter camo painted Heinkel He 111H-20 wreck in front of an hanger in RLM70/71/65 with RLM02 dots all over aircraft.

Skin source: Classic Colours - Luftwaffe Colours - Jagdwaffe Vol 5 Sect 2 - War In The East 1944-1945 page 136.



Heinkel He 111 P-2 5./KG4 coded (5J+CN) Gunther Holscher crew WNr 1526 Norway

He 111 P-2 5J+CN (Wk.Nr. 1526) Crashed in the Norwegian mountains on 26th April 1940 after being attacked by Skuas from the Ark Royal. The aircraft has been recovered and now sits in a museum in Norway. Pilot Oberfeldwebel Gunther Hölscher POW, Radio Operator/gunner Unteroffizer Karl Stolz DOW and Machanic/gunner Feldwebel Willi Stock POW Werk Nr 1526 crash landed Norway 26th April 1940 after a raid on the Aandalsnes train station shot down by FAA 801 Sqn 'Skuas' from HMS Ark Royal


Heinkel He 111 5./KG4 coded 5J+GN during winter in the Crimea 1942



Heinkel He 111 7./KG4 coded 5J+ER which crash-landed in the Western Desert

Heinkel He 111H 7./KG4 coded 5J+KR crash-landed by Hajo Hermann



Heinkel He 111 H-20 8./KG4 coded 5J+ES captured by allied force in Germany 1945



Heinkel He 111H 9./KG4 coded 5J+JT scrapped Norway

1-He 111H-9KG4-(5J+JT)-Norway-01

New IL-2 Sturmovik Cliffs of Dover - COD skins

major-setback COD MS He 111 P-2 5./KG4 coded (5J+CN) Gunther Holscher crew WNr 1526 Norway 26th April 1940
major-setback COD MS He 111 P-2 5./KG4 coded (5J+CN) Gunther Holscher crew WNr 1526 Norway 26th April 1940 V0A

The skins are made partly using The default CoD template found at Airwarfare.com and the personalized skin template from the French forum and found at htpp//:www.cliffsofdover.fr You are welcome to use them, but Please credit me if you add emblems etc to my skins, they took many hours to ake.(I ask that you don't make minor alterations to the skins and then claim them as your own work). These skins may not be used as a part of any add-on, PC game or console game without prior agreement with myself. major-setback/restranger MS http://forum.1cpublishing.eu/showthread.php?t=40085

Skins Compatibility: IL2 Sturmovik Forgotten Battles (FB), Ace Expansion Pack (AEP), Pacific Fighters (PF), 1946

C6 He 111H 7./KG4 (5J+ER) North Africa 1942
C6 He 111H 7./KG4 (5J+ER) North Africa 1942 V0A

He 111 of 7./KG 4 crash landed western desert if you would like to use this skin in a campaign or mission to be put out for others to download, please consult my permission before hand. thanks CKY_86 C6

IL2 HY Heinkel He 111 H-20 1./KG4 coded 5J+AH Crimea 1944
IL2 HY Heinkel He 111 H-20 1./KG4 coded 5J+AH Crimea 1944 V0A

IL2 HY Heinkel He 111 H-20 1./KG4 coded 5J+AH Crimea 1944 He111H-20 Stab./KG4 5J+AH WNr.?,this is my interpetation from an black & white photo of an odd actually an fighter camo painted Heinkel He 111H-20 wreck in front of an hanger in RLM70/71/65 with RLM02 dots all over aircraft. Skin source: Classic Colours - Luftwaffe Colours - Jagdwaffe Vol 5 Sect 2 - War In The East 1944-1945 page 136. 3 skins blank & markings included. Credits:Skin by Hynkel,Template by Jutocsa,some cockpit internals upgraded from Foobar. WFGR/Stefan Wikstrom aka Hynkel Lulea,Sweden 2009-05-14 E-Mail: stefan.wikstrom@bredband.net Please visit my IL2 website at http://hynkel.dinstudio.se/


Luftwaffe Badge

Hajo Hermann

Units: 7/KG-4

Awards: Bomber Operational Clasp

Known Aircraft: He 111H 7./KG4 coded 5J+KR, Ju 88A-4 WNr 5128 (lost 10/19/40)

Remarks: His Ju 88 crashed at Schiphol Holland on 19 October, 1940, cause and pilot/crew disposition unknown. (DeSwart)



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