Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 109G-6 crashed south of Aså harbour 18/10 1944.


The aircraft belonged to 1./ JG 102 and was coded Weisse 141.
T/o Aalborg Ost.  Op: Training.


Instructor Leutnant Werner Haugk was leading a number of students on a training flight when they were attacked by Mustang fighters. The Bf 109 was seen coming from a westerly direction followed by a Mustand when another Mustang approached from south and in co-junction they claimed the Bf 109.

It crashed in shallow water about one kilometer south of Aså harbour killing Werner Haugk.
Leutnant Werner Haugk was laid to rest in Frederikshavn cemetery on 21/10 1944.

 


                (Via Helme)

Instructor Leutnant Werner Haugk

 
Sources: BF, LBUK, JJ. 

 

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