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Old 26th May 2007, 23:54
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Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Does anyone know who the Adjutant of I/JG27 was 1940-Spring 1941 –i.e, the pilot or pilots of these Bf 109Es?

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Old 27th May 2007, 02:12
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

I think that I've seen the B&W photo IDed as Lt. Ludwig Frantisket
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Old 27th May 2007, 02:19
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Larry,

Thanks for the Info!

Does anyone know anything about the COLOR photo?

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Old 27th May 2007, 11:15
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Holá Rob,

Larry is right as far as 1941 is concerned. In Lybia the Adjutant was Oberleutnant Ludwig Franzisket. I attach a few photos for proof. During BoB it was Lt Günther Bode, see photo. For the colour photo I will come back soon with the info which I have available.

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Old 27th May 2007, 17:41
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Hi All

The colour photo does not seem to have been taken in the Med. The black & white shot has previosuly been reported (if my memory is correct) as being taken during transit to North Africa.

I am pretty convinced it is two different aircraft and it could well be that they were flown by the two different pilots stated.

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Old 27th May 2007, 22:09
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Hi
The first colored picture is a Bf 109E-7 flown Leutnant Hans Remmer 1. JG 27 Tunisia, Africa 1941
The second picture is a Bf 109E-7 flown Oblt. Ludwig Franzisket I. / JG 27 Tunisia 04-1941 escort Stukas Ju 87 II./ StG 2.
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Hi Rob,

well the I/JG27 had a few planes with chewron at this time. They were: <, <A, <T, <^ and of course << of Hpt.Eduard Neumann. To the staff belonged also Lt.Ludwig Franzisket, Lt.Friedrich-W.Borchert and Olt.Josef Unterberger (perhaps someone else?). I think that Franzisket used <A and there is a photo of his plane with 16 black victory bars taken in April 1941 (published in Jagdwaffe Colors Vol.3/3).

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Old 27th May 2007, 23:12
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Brettas,

thanks for the info on Stab I/JG27 in 1941

Rob,

Remmer was in 1 Staffel, not the Adjutant of I Gruppe in 1941 -plus a color photo of his Bf 109E in Afrika has a totally dif camo scheme.

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Old 28th May 2007, 00:11
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Re: Bf 109E Adjutant I/JG27 Photo ID Reuest

Rob Romero,

Didn't I understand, this is not the aircraft of Remmer?
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