2.(H)/31

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2.(H)/Aufk1.Gr. 31

Code: (5D + )

also as: 2.(H)/31 (Pz)

Formation and Training. (Nov 38 - Aug 39)

Formed 1 November 1938 at Brieg/Silesia (ex-2.(H)/Aufk1.Gr. 13) with Henschel Hs 126s and Heinkel He 46s.[1]


Polish Campaign. (Sep 1939)

1.9.39: although the Staffel is not listed in the order of battle for this date, it is said to have taken part in the campaign in support of 5. Panzer-Division/VIII. Armeekorps (14th Army) from the Ratibor area in Upper Silesia and advanced across southern Poland via Krakow, the Galicia District and into the Lvov area by 19 September.

11.39: after the conclusion of the campaign at the end of September, the Staffel replaced its few remaining He 46s with Hs 126s. Returned to Brieg.[2]


End 1939: transfer to the Eifel; Flpl.Ordensburg Vogelsang, accommodation there and in Morsbach. Tactical and flying training with the staffel and on external courses.[3]


West - Attack on France and the Low Countries. (May 40 - c.May 41)


The staffel was subordinated to a "Grufl" (Gruppenfliegerführer) and "Koluft" (Kdr. d.Lw beim AOK...) and supported, among others, 5th PzDiv., XXXIX AK and PzGruppe Hoth.[4]

7.3.40: Hs 126 crashed shortly after a night take-off from Fp. Rotenburg/40 km E of Bremen, 100%, 2 killed.

28.4.40: Lt. Salz( Beobachter v. Heer) and Fw. Mayr (F) killed during night flight training at Rotenburg.[5]

10.5.40: Eifel area assigned to support 5th Panzer Division/Army Group B for the campaign in the West this date, moving forward via Cambrai - Lille - Rouen and into Brittany from mid-June.

11.5.40: From Vogelsang across the Meuse into Belgium.

Fflpl. Spontin, reconnaissance over southern Belgium and northern France.[6]

14.5.40: Operating from the forward landing ground at Corennes.[7]

15.5.40: Fw.Hahn (B) was ejected from the aircraft during air combat and took to his parachute, he was a French POW for a short time prior to returning to the Staffel.(F was Uffz.Pleß). Reconnaissance in Artois (Cambrai-Arras).[8]

17.5.40: FFlpl.Grandrieu in France.[9]

19.5.40 Fflpl. St. Remy au Chaussée. Reconnaissance to NW and W.[10]

21.5.40: Hs 126 shot down over Flanders, 100%. Oblt.Koecher (B) mortally wounded in crash during a reconnaissance sortie (F Fw Hertzig wounded).[11]

22.5.40: FFlpl. Hendecourt (near Arras): Reconnaissance to the N (Valenciennes, Douai, Lille; Roubaix) following the retreating enemy and the German routes of advance. Some crews had to make emergency landings.[12]

3.6.40: FFlpl. Wailly-Beaucamp. Reconnaissance up to the Channel coast.[13]

6.6.40: Lincheux (near Abbeville), reconnaissance to the south across the Somme.[14]

9.6.40: FFlpl. Quincampoix (near Rouen), reconnaissance to the south across the Seine and to Le Havre.[15]

17.6.40: FFlpl. La Potérie.[16] Fi 156 suffered 90% damage following a crash at Mortagne due to engine failure. Hptm. Sorge and one other injured.[17]

18.6.40: Flpl. Alencon, reconnaissance in and around Brittany.[18]

19.6.40 Flpl. Rennes, Me 110s of 5./ZG 26 strafed the airfield at noon (they were not aware that the airfield was now in German hands). The result: 9 wounded, 2 of them seriously, and a number of aircraft of the staffel damaged (1 Hs 126 10%; 1 Fi 156 10% and 1 Fi 156 50%), but the unit remained operational. GenOberst Milch was with the staffel. The most seriously wounded was Ogfr. Emil Eder (both eyes).[19]

21.6.40: Operated from the French Military airfield at Brest. [20]

22.6.40: On a field airstrip 6 km NE of Nantes, flew coastal reconnaissance.[21]

25.6.40: La Boule with Flpl.Escoublac: coastal reconnaissance S to the Gironde, N to Brest.

10.7.40: Quimper (SE of Brest) with FPlpl.Pluguffan. Subordinated to Aufkl.Grp.Börner. Coastal reconnaissance S to the Gironde, N to St.Malo.[22]

30.7.40 Maj.Gieße handed over the command of the Staffel to Oblt.Baltrusch. The Army observers start to wear Luftwaffe uniforms. The flying personnel "hijacked" a yacht on the River Odet.[23]

13.8.40: N France under Stab/Aufkl.Gr. 31 with 7 Hs 126s on standby to lay smoke screens for the planned invasion of England that was later cancelled.

Sept.40: Transferred to the Channel Coast at FFlpl. Nampont; subordinated to Aufkl. Grp. Bues. There, smoke screen and formation flight exercises were performed in cooperation with VI. and VIII. AK in preparation for Unternehmen "Seelöwe".[24]

25.10.40: Transfered back, first to La Queue (near Paris).[25]

5.11.40: Returned to Quimper (Brittany), coastal reconnaissance as before.[26]

Dec. 40: Oblt.Baltrusch handed over the Staffel leadership to Oblt.Kallweit.[27]

29.12.40: Hs 126 force landed at Beaumont, 80%.

4.1.41: departed France this date for the Reich and then the Balkans. Metzner has the Staffel being transfered from Quimper (France), ground elements by rail, to Fpl. Mamaia (Rom.)[28]

11.1.41: FlH Mamaia (Romania). Assigned to training. Internal unrest in Romania (attempted coup by the Iron Guard). [29]

23.02.41: Change of accommodation to Constanza. Staffelabzeichen introduced.[30]

From 2.3.transferred to Burgas and Flpl.Serafovo (Bulgaria). Observer schools. Participation in a parade in Burgas.[31]


Balkan Campaign. (Apr 41 - May 41)

1.4.41: Staffel transferred from Burgas on the Black Sea across Bulgaria to Flpl.Sofia-East (Mramor), from there to Flpl. Sofia-West (Wrashdebna).[32]

6.4.41: assigned to 5th Panzer Division/12th Army for the invasion of Yugoslavia and Greece.(Metzner has 2.(H)/31(Pz) subordinated to the 5th PzDiv., Grufl.Gieße and Koluft AOK 12, equipped with Hs 126 aircraft.)[33]

6.4.41: on the opening day of the attack this date, flew reconnaissance in the Niš-Paracin area of eastern Serbia under Koluft AOK 12. According to Metzner, the first sorties into Yugoslavia were in the general direction of Belgrade, that is to the NW. The staffel recorded an Hs 126 and it’s crew of Fw Ricklin (B) and Lt.Pichler as missing.[34]

8.4.41: FFlpl.Sukovo (Yugoslavia)[35]

10.4.41: FFlpl. Nisch. Together with 5th PD change of attack and reconnaissance direction to the south. Reconnaissance over Macedonia between Bulgaria and Albania.[36]

13.4.41: Flpl. Skoplje/Usküb; attacks by British bombers without effect.[37]

14.4.41: Reconnaissance into northern Greece.[38]

16.4.41: FFlpl.Florina (Greece); reconnaissance in northern Greece.[39]

20.4.41: at Alonakia/11 km W of Kozani in Greece. Metzner has the staffel at FFlpl. Trikkala; performing reconnaissance near Thermopylae, Euboea.[40]

26.4.41: FFlpl. Atalanti/Thebes[41]

5/41: Flpl. Athens-Eleusis (Greek, Mil.Flg.Horst).[42]

10.5.41: Coastal reconnaissance Euboea-Gulf of Patras-Southern tip Peleponnes- Kythera--Antikythera, also performing with mail and rations drops. Preparation for Crete operation.[43]

11.5.41: at Trikala/north-central Greece.

15.5.41: FFlpl. Athens-Phaleron (accommodation at Athens-Kalamaki), continuation of naval reconnaissance over the Aegean. 1 attacking Bristol Blenheim shot down by airfield Flak.[44]



Germany. (Jun 41 - May 42)

6.41: the Staffel did not take part in the attack on the Soviet Union on 22 June 1941. The 5th Panzer Division, to which 2.(H)/31 was assigned, was held in reserve until October, but instead of accompanying the Division to Russia the Staffel remained in Germany to convert to the Focke Wulf Fw 189.

17.6.41: Arrival of the ground elements of the Staffel by rail in Brieg.[45]

19.6.41: The Staffel badge was designed by Metzner and was officially approved; Hofsäß had pins and pendants made.[46]

21.6.41: City of Brieg organized a big entertainment evening for the Staffel.[47]

22.6.41: The Russian campaign began, for the Staffel this only meant an alarm roll call.[48]

Conversion of the staffel for planned tropical deployment, therefore, many of the older staffel members were released, they were replaced by the addition of new personnel. Also material re-equipment; in addition 5th PD was re-equipped.[49]

2.8.41: Transfer of all Hs 126 aircraft to Flpl.Minsk-South, there they were held as reserve for Staffeln deployed in Russia. Peacetime training, observer schools, driving school.[50]

4.11.41: Bü 131 damaged taxiing at Fp. Brieg, 10%.

12/1941: Transfer to France, personnel accomodation at Ervillers; Aufkl Grp. Heinsius[51], FFlpl.St.Léger (near Arras).[52]

1942: Training operations, observer schools, Uffz courses. [53]

2/42: Supply of new operational aircraft (FW 189), arrival of first gunners, retraining of crews on FW 189 at FFlpl. Grévillers.[54]

1.3.42: Staffel reported 9 x Fw 189 A-1 on strength.

4/42 -5/42 Reorganization of Heinsius Group into NAG 2; reduction of Staffel.[55]


South Russia. (May 42 - Feb 43)

15.5.42: Transfer commenced from Ervillers (France) via Brieg to Russia.[56]

16.5.42: in transfer to Konotop for assignment to Nahaufklärungsgruppe 10.

24.5.42: Flpl.Kursk-West. NAG 10 (Maj./Obstlt.Stein) under VIII.Fliegerkorps cooperation with LV. AK and AOK 2 (south central sector)[57]

31.5.42: Fw 189 A-1 damaged by bombs during enemy air raid on Fp. Kursk, 20%.

4.6.42: photographed the Livny area.

5.6.42: Fw 189 A-1 shot up by a fighter near Livny/125 km NE of Kursk, 20%, Oblt. Alfred Gillesberger WIA.

11.6.42: photographed the Livny area.

20.6.42: Staffel reported 9(5) Fw 189s on strength. FFlpl.Kossorscha. Reconnaissance in preparation for, and during the, German advance to the Don (Voronezh).

Tactical and combat air reconnaissance for LV, XIII and VII AK as well as Kampfgruppe Blümm.[58]

6.7.42: Fw 189 shot down by a fighter over Kamenka, 100%, 1 WIA.

11.7.42: Fflpl.Raghowez.[59]

12.7.42: Kursk area under NAGr. 10.

20.7.42: Reconnaissance for VII. AK, Battle for Voronezh. Many artillery co-operation flights.[60]

27.7.42: FFlpl .Barkovo.[61]

11.8.42: Ofw. Meklin (B) has a heart attack during combat air reconnaissance on a flight near Oserki.

Several crews have to make emergency landings, bail out; there are wounded and aircraft damaged by Soviet antiaircraft, fighter and infantry fire.[62]

9/42: Staffel supports Hungarian reconnaissance by detaching crews or providing training for Hungarian crews.

Increased mumber of sorties, especially for artillery co-operation, in the fight for Voronezh.[63]

18.9.42: Fw 189 damaged taking off from Fp. Barkovo due to technical problems, 15%.

10/42: Flpl.Kschen, winter quarters, very large airfield.

(NAGr. 10: Obstlt,Stein hands over command to Maj.Pletke) (Subordinated to Luftwaffenkommando Don).[64]

17.10.42: Fi 156 crash landed at Fp. Kshen/105 km WNW of Voronezh, 60%.

11/42: Russian breakthrough further south of Voronezh across the Don to the west; front moves west. Hptm.Kallwelt hands over Staffel command to Hptm. Berthold.[65]

12.42 – 1.43: Rostov area on temporary loan to NAGr. 1?

1943: The front at Voronezh, which is hanging back far to the east, must be taken back to the west; staffel flies tactical and combat air reconnaissance to all areas of the front, especially for VII AK.[66]

1/43: Flpl. Kursk.[67]

23.1.43: Ofw.Erich Kloß (F) dies in Russian bombing raid on Flpl. Kursk.[68]

29.1.43: Fw 189 destroyed by bombs at Fp. Kursk during enemy air attack, 100%, 1 KIA and 1 WIA.

2/43: Flpl Konotop (Soviet Military School).[69]

6.2.43: Fw 189 destroyed to prevent capture by the enemy at Fp. Kursk, 100%.

12.2.43: at Konotop under NAGr. 10 to refit and re-equip.

3/43: Combat airfield Belopolje. Crews fly up to 13 sorties per day, for VII, XIII, XX AK or AOK 2, Ligov-Miropolje area. Front finally stabilizes.[70]

1.3.43: Staffel reported 11 x Fw 189 A-2 and 3 x Fw 189 A-3 on strength.


Central Russia. (c.Mar 43 - Apr 43)


3.4.43: Konotop under NAGr. 10.

6.4.43: Staffel flew its 2,000th operational sortie this date.

21.4.43: routine Fw 189 A-2 accidents at Konotop: A Fw 189 with Fw.Mekiolla(FF) and Ofw,Berthold (TechnOfw) crashes during a maintenance test flight (one of the wings detaches).[71]


South Russia. (May 43 - Mar 44)

5.43: reassigned to NAGr. 1 in South Russia, temporarily at first.

5/43: FFlpl.Stepanovka (Ukraine): Breathing space before the failed German attack from Orel/Kursk sector. Many photo flights, including using new oblique cameras, plus artillery reconnaissance Kursk-Konotop-Ssumy area. Night missions in the Ligov area.[72]

2.5.43: Ofw. Fahlisch shot down enemy fighters.[73]

13.5.43: Fw.Bohlander: 200 enemy flights (many crews follow with similar and higher "records").[74]

3.6.43: Fw 189 A-2 strafed on the ground at Fp. Stepanovka/42 km ESE of Melitopol by enemy fighters, 25%.

4.6.43: Fw 189 A-2 strafed again at Fp. Stepanovka, 20%.

7.6.43: Fw 189 shot up by a fighter at Fp. Stepanovka, 40%.

6/43: from this date on, the Staffel’s losses reported under the NAGr. it was assigned to.

7/43: Hptm.Berthold reassigned to the Army; Hptm.Metzner StFührer.[75]

20.7.43: with a night air reconnaissance in the area north of Ligow for VII. and XIII. AK the Staffel flew its 2000th mission in Russia.[76]

7-8/43: Before and during the unsuccessful German advance from the Orel-Kursk sector, things had remained quiet in the Staffel's reconnaissance area; the enemy breakthroughs further south in the Belgorod area brought changes for the Staffel.[77]

8.43: South Ukraine under NAGr. 1.

3/8/43: Russian fighters attacked the Fw 189 flown by the Coester/Aschka/Knapmann crew; Oblt.Coester (B) jumped out of the crashing aircraft, Fw. Äschka (F) landed with a dead gunner - Uffz. Paul Knapmann.

At this time many crews have had to turn away from enemy fighters, some of which chase the aircraft all the way; several aircraft are damaged.

The "safe area" is often the Flak of Sumy. The staffel visited it and dropped chocolate over it.[78]

10.8.43: transfer from Stepanovka via Lebedin ~ Mirgorod to the south.

FFlpl. Bol. Rudka.

Change of subordination from NAG 10 (Maj.Pletke) to NAG 6 (Hptm. Rinke) and Flg.Korps VIII resp. from the area of AOK 2 (central section) to AOK 8 (southern section).[79]

11.8.43: FFlpl. Shitnikovka, reconnaissance in the area of Akhtyrka, Lebedin, Sumy. Cooperation with XXIV. PzKorps.[80]

26.8.43: Ofw.Mohring (FF) completes 250th enemy flight.[81]

31.8.43: transfer east (!) to Fflpl.Lannaja. Hptm. Lunze StKpt.[82]

3.9.43: FFlpl. Mirgorod. Russian fighter and anti-aircraft defences were found to be increasingly strong.[83]

20.9.43: during tactical and combat air reconnaissance, Lt. Gerth (B), Uffz. Guhl (Bs) and Uffz. Peters (Bs) fell east of Kiev.[84]

10/43: Flpl.Kiev-Sud, Staffel again takes over operational aircraft of the Hs 126 type from disbanded squadrons. Missions, partly with Hungarian fighter protection, between Desna and Dnjepr eastwest of Kiev. [85]

19.10.43: Flpl.Bila Tserkva/Belaja Tserkow.[86]

11/43: Ofw.Beck (B) flew his 250th enemy mission. Flpl. Shitomir.[87]

15.11.43: ordered to move to Kalinovka/23 km N of Vinnitsa under NAGr. 6.

12/43: Flpl. Berdichev.[88]

12.43: western Ukraine under NAGr. 6.

12.43: Staffel transferred to (Straubing?)/Germany for conversion to the Bf 109G and then renamed 3./NAGr. 4 around 1 March 1944 (or 1 February?) and returned to the front. However, the change in designation was not entered in the Feldpost directory until 21 April 1944.


FpN:2.(H)/31 (L 28872).


Staffelkapitän:

Hptm. Alfred (Alf) Giesse (9 Jan 40 - 6 Jul 40)

Hptm. Helmut Sorge (9 Jun 40 - 22 Oct 40)

Hptm. Helmut Kallweit (Dec 41 - Nov 42)

Hptm. Gottfried Berthold ( ? - ? ) 4/43, 8/43





Also see:

AUER von HERRENKIRCHEN, Friedhelm, Lt./Oblt.

BALL, ? , Lt.

BETHKE, Karl-Friedrich, Oblt.

COESTER, Eberhard, Oblt.

EICHBORN, Ernst-Eckart von, Lt.

FENSBERG, Ferdinand, Lt.

GERTH, Ronald, Lt.

GILLESBERGER, Alfred, Oblt.

HAHN, Fritz, Lt.

HERBIG, Hermann, Oblt.

HEYMER, Otto, Hptm./Maj.

HORN, Hans-Joachim, Lt.

KANITZ, Ultz, Graf von, Oblt.

KÖCHER, Wendelin A., Oblt.

KRESSNER, Wolfgang, Lt./Oblt.

LEUPOLD, Friedrich Wilhelm Robert, Lt.

MACKENSEN, Klaus von, Lt.

MERKLIN, Ludwig Franz, Lt.

METZNER, Kurt, Oblt.

MÖLLER, Fritz, Oblt.

PICHLER, Hans, Lt.

SALM, Arthur, Lt.

WOLF, Friedrich, Oblt.



Notes regarding Kurt Metzner


The items marked “Kurt Metzner München, Sept.1983” is an attempt, compiled from his diaries, flight logs, photo albums and based on his very sketchy memory, and therefore unfortunately does not claim to be completely accurate, to produce a chronicle of events that befell 2.(H)/31 during its existence. He belonged to the staffel from January 1940 to December 1943.

In December 1943 he was reassigned to the Army.

Beginning with the Western campaign he had been active as a chronicler and photographer of the Staffel. Already in August 1940 he had compiled a "Staffel album" and a chronicle from the Polish campaign onwards from his own pictures and those of the Staffel’s Bildstelle (Ofw. Fiedler, Fw. Mauksch).

He worked on both things continuously. Heinrich Thomas had secured a printing company in Dortmund, which received the printing order in August 1941. The album was lost in an air raid.

A 2nd Staffel album came back from censorship in the RLM in April 1942 with many “annoying corrections”. Thomas took it to Dortmund in May 1942. In September 1942, the Dortmund firm received another printing order from the Staffel. 212 (prepaid) orders were on hand for the album. The company finally could not fulfill the order; the album came back to the Staffel. Kurt Hoffmann kept it with him until the end of the war and finally destroyed it at his last duty station.


© by Henry L. deZeng IV/Andy Mitchell (Work in Progress).

(1st Draft 2021)



Additional Notes and Losses

2.(H)/31 Officers who served during the invasion of Poland

2.(H)/31 - 1940, Flying personnel and officers

2.(H)/31 - 1941, Flying personnel and officers

2.(H)/31 - 1942/1943 Flying personnel and Officers

2.(H)/31 - 1940-43 Non-Flying Personnel

References

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