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Old 21st April 2013, 20:27
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Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Hi Gentlemen.
I'm looking for any information (pilot name, crash place etc.) about the losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45;
Bf 109 G-14 Wn 464479
Bf 109 G-6 Wn 782303
and 27.01.45 ;
Bf 109 G-6 Wn 464639
Bf 109 G-6 Wn 782136
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Old 26th April 2013, 13:14
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

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Nothing more information?
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Old 26th April 2013, 16:40
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

patience, grasshopper, patience..............
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Old 26th April 2013, 17:15
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Hi Guys,

If I remember well these losses are extracted from a long list published in a Russian/Polish web site given by one of our fellow member, few times ago.

1/ Effectively there was nothing except dates and WNr.s
2/ I was - and still am - surprised there was no reactions neither comments from our habitual loss-list-commentators.

So, remains one question: If nobody knows; where the redactors/suppliers of this loss list did get it??? ... Without sources. (Looks like it wasn't their main preoccupation)

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Old 26th April 2013, 18:35
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Jarek,

WNr. 782136 was reported a 100% loss on 5.10.44 by 2./JGr. Ost. For the other three numbers I have no accident report.

Are you sure that these are losses ???
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Old 26th April 2013, 19:17
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Hi All
Then, somewhere once found such data, including the loss of those planes.(I do not remember where, just signed up data)
I just wanted to whether they are valid, the competent just checked it for me something is not right - and maybe am wrong.
Thank you for your response.
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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Those losses come from Ultra HW5-651, planes are listed at these dates as off' unit , so probably following some accident

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Re: Losses of IV.EJG1 on 21.01.45 and 27.01.45

Thanks Rémi, I looked up the 21 January ones and they are listed as off-strength in a daily return.
464479 is only 15% damaged, so probably sent for repair.
782303 was 80% damaged, so a write-off
Since this was a training unit, perhaps accidents are likely reason.
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