BF109 G6, Stab I./JG300, Red 2, FhjOfw. Hermann Wischnewski, Bad Wörishofen July 1944, WIA 29 July, 1944 when his G-6 was shot down by a P-51. He bailed safely at Gelbstadt/Apolda (Bolten). 500+ missions, 16 victories by Night. One known victory, a B-17 W of Remscheid on 31 July, 1943. Another, a Halifax at Hannover on 22 September, 1943. A "shared" Halifax near Düsseldorf on 23 April, 1944. A "4 mot" at Dortmund on 23 May, 1944. A B-24 (HSS) at Rangsdorf on 21 June, 1944. A P-51 NE of Halle on 29 June, 1944. A B-17 (e.v.) at Buttstadt and a B-17 E of Apolda on 29 July, 1944. Deceased 28 November, 1993.
Bf 109 G6, Stab I./JG 300, Hptm. Gerhard Stamp, Bad Wörishofen July 1944
BF 109 G6, 2./JG ,300, Uffz Leisner, Red 18, Bad Wörishofen Germany August 1944
BF 109 G6, 3./JG 300, Yellow 1, Uffz. Hans Ludwig, Borkheide Germany October 1944
BF 109 G14 AS, 9./JG 300, Fw. Otto Hehlert, Yellow 12, Jüterbog Waldlager Germany December 1944
BF109 G10, 10./JG 300, White 13, unknown pilot, Jüterborg Waldlager April 1945
BF 109 G14, 9./JG 300, Green 12, unknown pilot, Finsterwalde Germany October 1944
BF 109 G6, Ofw Arnold Döring, 2./JG 300, Red 6, Bonn Hangelar Germany August 1943
Barbarossa pilot. Participated in the raid on the airfield of the 126th Fighter Aviation Regt.. 348 bomber missions and 43 missions in the Fw 190. 13 Night victories, of which three bomber victories. His Soviet victories came while in the bomber units. Credited with the destruction of 16 tanks. One known victory, his 14th, a B-17 on 3 February, 1944. A "4 mot" at Frankfurt-Main on 22 March, 1944. Nos. 21 & 22 were a B-17 and a Lancaster at Dishworth, 10 minutes apart. At wars end, he was interned by the British and released in October, 1945. Deceased 10 April, 2001.
BF 109 G6, White 16, 1./JG 301, Lt. Horst Prenzel, Manston GB July 1944
POW 21 July, 1944, when he landed his G-6 intact, at 0240, at Manston airfield in Kent thinking it was a German airstrip. Five minutes later, another from his Staffel, Fw Gromill, did likewise, making a belly landing. Their mission had been to intercept Allied Night bombers. Two known victories, both Lancasters over northern France on 6 July, 1944
BF 109 G6, 3./JG 300, Fw. Karl Neumann, Yellow 5, Bonn Hangelar March 1944, KIC 6 March, 1944 shortly after takeoff from Bonn-Hangelar when he ran into the slipstream of another AC on assembly, and spun out of control, crashing into a house near the airfield. He and 4 civilians were killed in the crash. Buried at the Marienbad War Cemetary.