Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 109G-12 ? emergency landed southeast of Aalborg 2/9 1944.

The aircraft belonged to 1./ JG 102 ? and was coded ?
T/o Fliegerplatz Aalborg Ost ?.  Op: Training ?

The aircraft with its two man crew is believed to have been on a training flight when it at approx. 20:00 hrs made a emergency landing in a field at Sejlflod Bakke southeast of Aalborg.
The crew was unharmed and the aircraft appears only to have had the propeller bent. The aircraft had made a 30-40 metres long furrow in the stubble field that belonged to Farmer Claus Johansen of Sejlflod.
Unteroffizier Mentz and two soldiers guarded the aircraft during the night untill 09:00 hrs in the morning when a team arrived and took the aircraft to Aalborg.


Sources: LBUK, AS 48-2121.



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