Aufkl. Gr. 122 Sep 1940

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Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
2 Sep 1940 2(F)./122 Ju 88 F6+DK 0276 Failed to return a long range recce sortie over the British Isles, 100%, Oblt. Schmid, Fw. Jahnke, Ogefr. Rochstrod and Gefr. Kronberg all MIA[1]
5 Sep 1940 4(F)./122 Fw 44 CA+SN 0468 (Staffel hack) damaged taking off from Brussels-Melsbroeck. 50%. Crew unhurt.[2]
12 Sep 1940 1(F)./122 Ju 88A-1 F6+NH 01318 Failed to return from a sortie over the Channel. Shot down by RAF Hurricanes near Cape Gris Nez, 100%,4 crew (Ltn Krautwurst, Fw Bibers, Ogefr. Plange and Fw. Kalterbach) MIA[3]

14 Sep 1940 – 5(F)./122 flew a weather flight to the Thames Estuary departing Haure Fontaineat 11.02 hrs and returning at 13.53 hrs[4]


Date Unit Aircraft Type Code Wkr.No. Notes
16 Sep 1940 4(F)./122 Ju 88 F6+HM 0374 Failed to return from recce sortie to the East Coast of England. Shot down by Spitfires, of 616 Sqdn, over a convoy off the Lincolnshire Coast at approx 09.40 GMT. Oblt. Hans Starkloff, Hptm. Kurt Lüdke, Uffz. Pawletta and Oberarzt. Dr Ulrich Guizetti all missing[5]
19 Sep 1940 5(F)./122 Ju88A-6 F6+ZA 0400 Damaged in combat with Spitfires of 92 Sqdn over Biggin Hill, 50%, 1 KIA, Staka Hptm. Böhm and Oblt. Hans van Vleuten WIA[6]

26 Sep 1940 – A Ju 88 (F6+VN), piloted by Fw. Werner Breese, of 5(F)./122 flew a weather flight to the Thames Estuary departing Haure Fontaineat 06.57 hrs and returning at 09.55 hrs[7]

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  1. Ramsay et al BoB Then and Now p615 & Mason BoB p341
  2. Mason – BoB p353
  3. LdZ & Mason – BOB p383 & Ramsay et al BoB Then and Now p639
  4. Werner Breese Combat Sorties – compiled by Tim Oliver from Werner Breese's Flugbuchs
  5. Ramsay et al BoB Then and Now p648 & Mason BoB p397
  6. Ramsay et al BoB Then and Now p653 & Mason BoB p402
  7. Werner Breese Combat Sorties – compiled by Tim Oliver from Werner Breese's Flugbuchs
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