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Old 11th August 2009, 13:52
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Re: Bf 109G-4 Reconnaissance Pilot - Hans Buchwald

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Originally Posted by Jim P. View Post
I suppose we can now record the 8-Jun-43 loss as 'white 17'?

Bf 109F-2, 6689, Sauer, Fw. Kurt, 9, 9., JG 53, gelbe, 4 + |, , , 27-Jun-41, Reported lost due to Luftkampf. Pilot returned., , Lfl.2/Eins.Osten, Gen.Qu.6.Abt. (mfm #3)-Vol.5; Prien, et al, Die Jagdfliegerverbände, VI.2, p.169; Prien, JG 53, I, p.413, , bei Molodeczno, 100%, F, , ,
Bf 109F-2, 6689, Cernhoff, Ltn. Reinhard, , , NAGr. 4, , , , , 08-Jun-43, WIA due to enemy fighters., , Ostfront, Gen.Qu.6.Abt. (mfm #10)-Vol.18, , nordöstlich Ryschkowo, 60%, F, , ,
Bf 109F-2, 6689, n.n., , , JGr.Ost, , , , , 31-Oct-43, Take-off accident., , FR, Gen.Qu.6.Abt. (mfm #12)-Vol.23, , Fl.Pl. St. Jean d'Angely, 30%, H, , ,
Hello all,

Lost list isn't my cup of tea.. But sorry to stop this nice conversation just to point that 100%.
Doesn't mean the plane was 100% destroyed?.. And of course to flew back to be 60% destroyed two years later....

I really need an explanation, please.

Franck.
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