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Old 29th June 2012, 21:40
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Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

Hi all

I am very interested in the officialy losses incurred by the Russians in the airplane JaK all version.
Only in the Western Pomerania temporary period from 02.20.45 to 03.15.45 specifically-Stargard- Stettin-Pyritz region.
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Old 29th June 2012, 22:17
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Re: Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

For the period in question:

323 IAD - 6 Yak-9
193 IAD - 5 Yak-9
283 IAD - 3 Yak-3
265 IAD - 1 Yak-3
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Re: Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

Thank you very much.
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Re: Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

Are the causes of any of the losses known? (e.g. Flak, fighter or accident)
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Re: Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

This is pure combat losses. Three to AA fire, others to air combat or missing in action.
Forgot to mention one combat loss in 234 IAD, Yak-3 №2125 of 133 IAP. Due to rather seldom reason in 1945 - air ramming. Pilot bailed out east of Massow over enemy held territory. March 3, 1945.
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Re: Losses Jak in Pomern 1945

According to the site aeroram.ru, the Yak-3 pilot, Leytenant Nikolay Mihaylovich Antipov, was killed.http://aeroram.narod.ru/win/a/antipov_nm.htm
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