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Aircraft found in France by Air Technical Intelligence teams and attributable to units involved in the DRAGOON campaign. The unit identifications include some guesses based on factors such as location and (where the fighters are concerned) styles of markings.

Page One: reconnaissance and transport (this page)

Page Two: bombers and torpedo bombers

Page Three: fighters

 

Type

Werk Nr.

Code/
callsign

Remarks

Engines

Location

1.(F)/33

 

Ju 188

041

HH+AH

white A

Jumo 213

St Martin

Ju 188

 

8H+BH

white B

 

Salon Rwy. Station

Ju 188

290187

8H+DH

white D

BMW 801

St Martin

Ju 188

280237

8H+DH

white D

BMW 801

St Martin

Ju 188

5243

8H+EH

 

Jumo 213

Avignon/Pujaut

Ju 88

533

8H+NH

white N

Jumo 211

St Martin

Ju 88 S-3

330270

8H+OH

 

Jumo 213

Salon Rwy. Station

Ju 88

430418

8H+SH
(BG+QR)

white S

BMW 801

St Martin

Ju 88

 

8H+TH

white T

Jumo 211

St Martin

Me 410

 

8H+XH

white X

 

St Martin

Me 410

 

8H+XH

 

 

Valence

Ju 188

0045

 

 

Jumo 213

St Martin

Ju 88

33027_

 

 

Jumo 213

St Martin

Ju 88

430533

KE+HG

 

BMW 801

St Martin

Me 410 A-3

170033

OO+X_

 

 

St Martin

(W.Nr. 170033 was handed over to 1.(F)/33 by 1.(F)/121 on 4 June 1944, along with Me 410 A-1, W.Nr. 148)

 

2./NAG 13

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fw 190 A-4

0703

black 5
(TN+ZG)

red outline

 

Cuers-Pierrefeu

(This was W.Nr. 140703 which an intercepted signal reported at Cuers on 15 August 1944. Fw 190 A-4 W.Nr. 0703 had been received from 1./NAG 13 by the repair facility at Cravant-Bazarnes on 1 Novenber 1943 but its departure date was not recorded. Peter van Gogh comments that, since the Werk Nummer block ran from 0140701(TN+ZA) to W.Nr. 0140726 (TN+ZZ), this aircraft was in fact TN+ZC. Technical Intelligence reports often include minor errors that may have arisen from misreading handwriting or mishearing dictation)

 

Fw 190

396

 

Fw 190 A-3

130352

(Intercepted signals reported these two aircraft with 2./NAG 13 at Cuers on 15 August 1944)

 

In addition, one burnt-out Fw 190 was found at Avignon and two at Pierrelatte:

Fw 190

 

 

 

 

Avignon

(Fitted as fighter-bomber, completely destroyed by fire)

 

Fw 190

 

 

2 x MG 17
2 x MG 151

BMW 801
WNr. 314229

Pierrelatte

Fw 190

429034

 

Manuf. hkz

 

Pierrelatte

(Pierrelatte was occupied for c. 10 days by 5–6 aircraft. These two Fw 190s could not be flown out and were destroyed by the Germans)

 

II./TG1

 

 

 

 

 

 

The burnt-out skeletons of two S.82s with German markings and equipment were found at Avignon.

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