|Werk Nr.||91 (Aviolanda) / 0017 (RLM)|
|Events||August 16th 1941 delivered
to the Seenotstaffel 8 as KK+UV.
August 24th 1941 makes it's first rescue mission in service with Seenotstaffel 8 from Mamaia.
September 10th 1941 the aircraft made a reconnaissance flight. At 13:00 the crew spot a dinghy, they set the plane down, but were too late, there were only two dead Romanian soldiers inside.
October 6th sent out, togethet with the KK+UY, on a rescue mission to search for the crews of the downed Arado Ar-196 CF+KK and CK+FJ. They return to base having only seen some wreckage, but no survivors.
October 16th 1941 a Do-24 of Seenotstaffel 8 searches for survivors of a downed Soviet SB-2 bomber but comes back empty handed. This must have been the KK+UV or the KK+UY.
October 19th 1941 a Do-24 of Seenotstaffel 8 pickes up part of the crew of the Damaged Heinkel He-59 SD+EE and bring them back to base. Again this must have been the KK+UV or the KK+UY.
November 3rd 1941 transferred from Siutghiol to Constanta to have two new engines installed. The aircraft overturned during the landing at 08:55 and is destroyed for 70%. The crew of pilot Feldwebel Karl Schulze, mechanic Unteroffizier Hans Kreutzfeld and mechanic Oberfeldwebel Heinrich Guth are all killed. The three bodies were recovered and buried in Constanta on November 6th 1941.
The aircraft was probably repaired because the following information was taken from Die 7 Seenotstaffel:
September 20th 1944, whilst registrered as 1M+AC, crashed during a night landing after a transportationflight in the Suda Bight on Crete. Gunner Unteroffizier Gerhard Berneaud-Kötz is the only survivor. Pilot Oberfeldwebel Emil Harder, observer Unteroffizier Hans-Otto Schiff, radio-operator Unteroffizier Hans Kraft, mechanics Unteroffizier Adolf Zerrer and Obergefreitr Gerhard Rühle are killed in the crash.
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