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Old 14th April 2010, 01:06
Adriano Baumgartner Adriano Baumgartner is offline
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Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

Good night to all!
I am helping a friend of mine in indentifying 4 losses of Fw 190 machines from I/SKG 10 on raids against BRITAIN. The particular dates we are looking for details are:
a) 06/07 November 1943 ( two recorded Fw 190 lost ) - one of them victim of an 85 Squadron Mosquito near Hastings ( the origin of my search and thread )
b) 22/23 February 1944 ( also two Fw 190 recorded lost - one of them possibly identified by the 85 Squadron Mosquito crew as being a Me 410, possibly due to the wing-drop tanks carried by the Fw 190s by night - "my guess"! )

Many thanks in advance for any DATA about those four SKG 10 losses ( name of pilot, werknummer and codes welcomed )

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Adriano
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Old 14th April 2010, 04:37
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Re: Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

Good evening,

I can help only with the first two:

Fw 190A-5, WNr.2528, Haas, Fw. Wilhelm (FF), I./SKG 10, Stammkennzeichen: TD+SO, other codes unknown, 6-Nov-1943, MIA, cause unknown. Lfl.3/Kanal, Reference: Gen.Qu.6.Abt. (mfm #12)-Vol.23

Fw 190A-4, WNr.5823, Pichler, Fw. Friedrich (FF), I./SKG 10, Stammkennzeichen: RG+UA, other codes not known, 6-Nov-1943, MIA, cause unknown. Lfl.3/Kanal, Reference: Gen.Qu.6.Abt. (mfm #12)-Vol.23
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Old 14th April 2010, 05:39
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Re: Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

According to Chris Goss ( Luftwaffe Hit-and-Run Raiders ) there are for
22.02.1944
3 Fw 190 lost over England, 2 aircrafts destroyed in acident during combat mission, pilots so far uninjured, no further details
Fw 190 G-3,WKNr 160851,Red 6, Pilot Oberleutnant Plate, missing over UK, probably shot down by Flak

for 23.02.1944 we have 2 losses, one aircraft,destroyed in acident during combat mission, pilot so far uninjured, no further details
Fw 190 G-3,WKNr 160459, Pilot Unteroffizier Max Seidel, missing over UK, probably shot down by Flak

greets Thomas
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Old 14th April 2010, 12:27
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Re: Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

Adriano: Surely you had not forgotten my books on I/SKG 10 and your help with it in respect of that one pilot?

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Old 14th April 2010, 12:53
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Re: Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

CHRIS,
Unfortunately, I moved out from Bauru where I was leaving and the telephone number stayed there. Please, could you send me via Private Message the phone again? I tried at that time to contact him, but got no answer, though an old lady answered the phone...as I told you.
Will have a NEXT try...do promiss you.
By the way...met a certain Heinrich Heinz, who seem to have flown at BlindFlugschule 3 ( two accidents both in a Caudron 445 and a Junkers Ju 88 A-5 ) who volunteered for Bu-181 ( with Panzerfaust ) missions against the Russians. He do live in Brazil nowadays...and flew from Prague-Ruzyne and as well from Brandenburg-Briest.
All the best.
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Old 14th April 2010, 12:56
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Re: Identity of four ( 4 ) Focke Wulf FW 190 from I/SKG 10 losses

THOMAS and MORRISON,
Thanks for your feedback and precise information. I already passed them to this relative of an "old eagle" who is seeking to match some claims.
I am sure he will be happy. Thanks for both of you...I do guess the crew of this Mosquito identified a Fw 190 G-3 with wing-drop tanks as a Me 410...on the 22/23 February 1944.
All the best and again many many thanks
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