AKA Wetterkette Stavanger
D7+ staffel letter in the range VH to ZH
Late 1941 – Formed as a detachment of Wekusta 1 Ob.d.L.
Initially, flights were made every other day. However, the frequency was increased.
30 Sep 1942 – 200th Sortie flown.
9 Jul 1943 – Ju 88 suffered an engine failure while on a sortie to the far west. It took 6 hrs 41 minutes to return to Stavanger-Sola giving a total sortie time of 13hrs 26 minutes.
Sep 1943 – Special commendation issued to the unit by GenObst Hans-Jürgen Stumpf for additionally reporting naval/convoy activity in its area of operation.
Jan 1944 – Expanded to full staffel strength and became Wekusta 3.
- Rosch-Luftwaffe Support Units - indicates that aircraft with letters in the full range AH to ZH operated out of Stavanger-Sola during the existence of the Wetterkette.
- Wekusta – Kington and Selinger.
- Rosch-Luftwaffe Support Units