Following this interception I. The visual representation of the Kohlenklau, or "coal thief," became an iconic image of Nazi Germany and was often featured in newspapers, magazines, posters, and films. Diamond and Meyer's wingman Lieutenant Alex F.
Hackl was credited with two bombers taking his score to , another bomber was credited to another pilot. Two days later bombers targeted Frankfurt and Saarland with two separate groups of Bs splitting the fighter response. The groups made a successful diversionary sweep across the North Sea, disrupting the Luftwaffe defence.
Feldwebel Hans—Gerd Wennekers of 5. His attack on the B caused it to collide with the bomber above, taking both down. Allied records state four Bs were shot down in the action, despite JG 11 claiming After returning to the airfield at Marx , Specht bitterly complained to the High Command about the inadequate armament of the Bf that often allowed damaged bombers to return home. Six days later the bombers returned to Bremen and U-Boat yards of Vegesack.
General der Jagdflieger Adolf Galland flew a Fw during the day's fighting and witnessed some of the attacks over the Frisian Islands. He also noted attacks were disorganized. Galland waited for the fighters to return to base before making his own interception, claiming a B on his second pass, though he did not report the kill since he was not officially authorised to fly in combat.
JG 11 was transferred to II. Fliegerkorps for operations over France soon after the Allied invasion of 6 June Given the overwhelming superiority of the Allied fighter screens over the beach heads, the Luftwaffe units suffered heavily, JG 11 being no exception. On 17 December I. Four German pilots were wounded with Unteroffizier Liebeck bailing out successfully. Unteroffizier Heyer, flying Black 1 shot down one P before being seriously wounded and bailing out.
By December I. On 23 December I. JG 11 claimed 28 Bs and several escorts while 12 Fw s and one P went down. Jeffrey of FG was credited with three victories. Oberfähnrich Hans—Joachim Wesener was shot down south of Kaisersesch. JG 11's losses included 12 pilots killed, 4 missing and 11 wounded. Later the same day JG 11 scrambled to intercept some seventy B Marauders of th and th Bombardment Groups heading for Marshalling yards at Mayen.
Over Prüm and St. Vith they ran into the fighter escort and several of the JG 11 pilots were killed, including Major Erich Putzka, of the Gruppenstab and Oberfeldwebel Holland, chased by thirty Ps.
Oberfeldwebel Titscher was shot down by a Spitfire over Cologne. Two others were wounded over Munstereifel. On 25 December there were more losses. Flight Lieutenant Sherk of No. This may have been Unteroffizier Wolfgang Rosenow of Some 65 Fw and Bf s formed over Aschaffenburg at 8: With the secrecy surrounding the mission very few were aware of their objectives.
At a height of feet they passed over Koblenz. He had rejoined his group the previous day from Göttingen , force-landing on 23 December due to engine trouble, and was grounded. He was not expecting to participate in this operation but had to fly with a brand new Fw A-8 as the wingman for Oberleutnant Grosser, Staffelkapitän of A lone P shot at him and a result of both flak hits and P fire Fielder was wounded in the head and forced to crash-land becoming a POW.
Unteroffizier Ernst Noreisch was shot down and killed. Simpson was leading the st squadron on a mission to bomb German tanks near St. Bathurst and Donald G. Holt claiming one each. As he lifted off he noticed flak bursts over Ophoven and one Fw heading straight at him, piloted by Gefreiter Böhm intent on strafing a C Skytrain transport.
Meyer had not retracted his landing gear when he fired at the Fw which cartwheeled and exploded next to the C Despite the attack other Ps were able to take off and JG 11 soon lost eight pilots. There was one casualty among Allied ground crew. Flak crews hit one chasing P which had to land damaged. Paisley and Flight Officer Dave Johnson. Brulle, Currie Davis and Joe Lackey.
Kennedy noticed flak bursts to the northeast, and Red flight discovered JG 11 strafing the base at Ophoven with 50 JG 11 fighters heading back to their own base. Intent on strafing parked aircraft the German pilots did not notice the Ps. Lieutenant Paisley hit a Bf using an underwing rocket and downed two more using gunfire. Smith and Brulle both shot one down, Brulle damaging another before running out of ammunition. Feeny and Lackey also shot down JG 11 aircraft.
Six FG pilots claimed multiple victories. Moats claimed four each, with Captain Henry M. Rigby claiming three each. Diamond and Meyer's wingman Lieutenant Alex F. Sears claimed one each. Some 40 percent of the JG 11 pilots died in the operation. At Asch four Ps were shot down in the attack but the pilots survived. One P and one P were shot up on the ground. Over Ophoven Airfield , a Spitfire of No. He however shot down one Fw Buildings were also strafed. Although the flak crews claimed eight to ten aircraft downed several claims were duplicated by Allied pilots and flak crews, total claims being Also among the pilots killed was Major Specht.
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