Airwar over Denmark

Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 110D-2 serial number 3704 collided with Bf 110 over Isefjord 17/3 1941.


The aircraft belonged to Erg. Zerst. Gr. Värlöse and was coded ?
T/o Værløse Op: Training.


The aircraft was part of a four ship formation when it collided with Bf 110C-4 serial number 3248 over Isefjord shortly before noon. 3704 lost its empennage and crashed into the fjord.

Pilot Leutnant Günther Köberich and Wop Unteroffizier Walter Schubert bailed out and landed safely on the island of Orø, even thou they were both wounded.
 
The Bf 110D-2 was a 100% loss while 3248 managed to land back at Fliegerhorst Værløse and was deemed 35% damaged with no harm to the crew.
 
The Bf 110D-2 that crashed at 55`50`3N 11`59`9E was left in the water until January 1953 when it was salvaged by diver Valdemar Jensen of Lynæs and scrapped.

 



Sources: RL 2 III/770, The lighthouse administration 502b/1953, Helme.
 

 

 

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