Airwar over Denmark

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He 177A-5 serial number 550006 crash landed southwest of Aalborg 9/5 1944.


The aircraft belonged to 4./ KG 100 and was coded 6N+DM.
T/o Aalborg West. Op: Training.


The He 177 was on a training flight in the morning when it lost an engine and belly landed in a filed belonging to Farmer Søren Møller of Frejlev about 10 kilometres southwest of Aalborg. It came down a little before 08:0 hours and skidded across a small pond and came to a rest between the pond and a house.

Navigator Unteroffizier Heinz Harmann and Engineer Unteroffizier Adolf Stahl were both wounded while the remaining four crew members were unharmed.



Sources: LBUK, Helme.

 

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