German Ju-88 aircraft shot down in the Battle of Moscow

Ju-88


Aircraft shot down a Junkers Ju-88 with code F6 + AK (number 0285) was shot down in the 25 July 1941 by the pilots of the 3rd Fighter Air about Istria and made an emergency landing in a clearing in the forest near Moscow. Five days later, it installed on Sverdlov Square (now Theatre Square) in Moscow.

Ju-88 aircraft shot down belonged to the 2nd Far reconnaissance squadron of the 122 th Intelligence Group (2.(F)/122), aircraft shot down conducting reconnaissance flight to Moscow-Kaluga region.

Crew:
Lieutenant Wilhelm Stuckmann – pilot;
Sergeant-Major Anders, Wilfred – navigator;
Corporal Bruno Sievert – radio operator;
Corporal Werner Ludwig – gunner.

Information about the fate of the crew is not. The German military archives are listed as missing.

 

 

Place: Moscow
Time taken: July 1941
Author: Alexander Ustinov

In : 1941

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