Aufkl. Gr. 122 Jun 1940

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Jun 1940 – 2(F)./122 initiated a transfer from Münster to Brussels-Evere around mid-June, although the move was not completed until July. The Staffel remained there until late May or early June 1941.[1]


4(F)./122 transferred from Köln to Brussels-Evere.[1]

5(F)./122 may have moved forward from Köln-Wahn to Amiens during the first half of June.[2]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
1 Jun 1940 2(F)./122 Ju 88 Failed to return from a recce mission, 100%.

2 June 1940 – A 1(F)./122 Heinkel attempted to carry out a reconnaissance sortie over Vestfjord and Narvik in bad weather but had to force land near the Lofotens due to lack of fuel.

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
2 Jun 1940 1(F)./122 He 111 Force landed near the Lofotens due to lack of fuel.Lt. G. Wentz and crew rescued by Luftwaffe SAR aircraft.


7 Jun 1940 – Allied withdrawal from Narvik - Three He 111s of 1(F)./122 found the evacuation fleet and called down raids by various Luftwaffe units.

10 Jun 1940 - with the end of the Norwegian campaign on this day, 1.(F)/122 departed Norway a few days later and transferred to Wunstorf (Lower Saxony) to rest, refit and to complete conversion to the Ju 88.[3]

11 Jun 1940 – The Sta Kap. of 5(F)./122, Hptm. Böhm was reported wounded in action during an operational flight on this day.[4]

Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
21 Jun 1940 2(F)./122 Ju 88A-l Crashed at Brussels, 100%.


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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 LdZ - PRO/London: AirMin P/W interrogation summaries; Foreman-Forgotten Months:14; LR evidence.
  2. M.Holm website
  3. LdZ - PRO/London: AirMin P/W summaries.
  4. LdZ
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