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Events In service with Seenotstaffel 2.
May 18th 1944 made a rescue flight from Kiel-Holtenau with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off at 09:48 and landing at 10:26 after covering 152 km. The search was for a naval testboat that had hit a mine in quadrant 05526. Landing was with wavestrength 1-2 and 8 people were rescued.
May 29th 1945 made a rescue flight from Kiel-Holtenau with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁunter Kliesch. Take off was at 16:05 and lading at 18:58 after covering 692 km. the search was in quadrant 0530 and 0540 without result.
July 9th 1944 made a training flight from Pillau-Neutief to Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 14:15 and landing at 17:06 after 684 km flying. The flight took them into an enemy fighter controlled area without fighter protection.
July 16th 1944 transferred to Seenotstaffel 9.
July 20th 1944 made a rescue flight from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 11:37 and landing at 13:30 after 342 km flying. The search was in quadrant 5184 and 5179 for a Finnish fighter pilot. The crew were recalled becausde 6 Russian fighters were sighted and they had no fighter protection to cover them.
|July 28th 1944 made a rescue flight from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 06:09 and landing at 07:56 after 428 km flying. The search was in quadrant 6036 and 6044 without result. The crew had two Focke Wulf Fw-190 fighters to protect them and were searching for a German fighter pilot.
August 1st 1944 made a rescue flight from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off at 07:41 and landing at 09:20 after 396 km flying. The search was in quadrant 6039/260st with two Focke Wulf Fw-190 fighters as protection. The search for two missing German fighter pilots was without result. They did find an empty Russian dinghy and made a sealanding with wavestrength 2.
Later that day made a second rescue flight from Reval with the same crew and take off at 19:25, the landing was made after 420 km flying at 21:10. The search was in quadrant 49799/250st for the crew of a Dornier Do-217 bomber. A sealanding was made with wavestrength 0-1 and 3 crewmembers were rescued.
August 2nd 1944 made a rescue flight from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. The take off was at 07:32 and the landing at 09:10 after 392 km flying. The search was in quadrant 6034/260st. The crew made two sealandings with wavestrength 1-2 and took on board 14 wounded from a KG-Boat. During the mission they were protected by two Focke Wulf Fw-190 fighters.
August 5th 1944 made a rescue mission from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off at 14:45 and landing at 16:21 after 384 km flying. The search was in quadrant 6019/260st near the island Vaindle. A sealanding was made with wavestrength 1-2 and severely wounded casualty(ies) were taken on board. During the mission they were protected by two Focke Wulf Fw-190 fighters.
August 16th 1944 started with two test flights being made, the first from Reval to Pernau with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 13:55 with landing at 14:25 after 120 km flying. The area was controlled by enemy fighters and the Do-24 had no fighter protection. The same circumstances and crew account for the second flight with take off from Pernau at 15:30 and landing at Riga at 16:10 after flying 160 km. The third flight of that day was a rescue mission from Riga with the same crew and take off at 19:13. The search was in quadrant 3856, 3838 and 3855/250st for the crews of Messerschmitt Me-323 and Junkers Ju-52 transportplanes. A night sealanding was made with wavestrength 1-2 and 9 crewmembers were rescued. During the flight they had fighter protection from two Focke Wulf Fw-190's. The flight ended with a landing at Riga at 20:55 after 408 km flying.
August 17th 1944 made a rescue flight from Riga with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. The take off was at 04:20 and the landing at 06:50 after 600 km flying. The search was a continuation of the previous day as a dinghy was spotted. Again two Focke Wulf Fw-190's provided fighter protection. The dinghy was not found as the crew had already been rescued.
August 18th 1944 made a training flight from Riga to Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 13:20 and landing at 14:70 after 280 km flying. The flight took them through an enemy fighter controlled area without any fighter protection.
That same day two rescue flights were made. The first, with the same crew as above, was made from Reval to Kunda with take off at 16:35 and landing at 17:00 after 100 km flying. The search was in quadrant 7039 and 7044/250st looking for survivors of four German boatd that al had run into mines. During the flight they were protected by four Focke Wulf Fw-190 fighters which they needed as they were attacked by Russian fighters and had to ly low at Kunda for half an hour. The search continued with take off from Kuna at 17:30 and landing back at Reval at 19:40 after 520 km of flying. The search was a partial success as only 7 crewmembers were rescued.
August 22nd 1944 made two test flights from Reval with take off at 10:30 and landing at 10:45 after 60 km of flying. The second take off was at 10:45 with landing at 10:50 after 20 km of flying.
September 1st 1944 transferred to Seenotstaffel 60.
September 14th 1944 made a rescue flight from Reval with among the crew pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 14:54 and landing at 17:15 after 564 km flying. The search was in quadrant 3062 and 3054/250st for the crew of a Russian Boston bomber crew. Nothing was found.
September 19th 1944 made a transport flight from Reval to Riga with take off at 09:35 and landing at 10:55 after 320 km of flying. The flight took them through an enemy fighter controlled area without any fighter support. They took along 50 passengers.
September 24th 1944 made a transportflight from Riga to Libau carrying 53 passengers. Among the crew were pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. Take off was at 09:35 and landing at 15:30 after 320 km of flying. The flight took them through an enemy fighter controlled area without any fighter support.
October 19th 1944 made a transport flight from Libau to Pillau carrying 21 passengers. Among the crew were pilot Werder and mechanic GŁnter Kliesch. The flight took them through an enemy fighter controlled area without any fighter support.
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