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1 Greiner, Georg Hermann Hptm1/2/1920Heidenheim Brenz, Bayern514/NJG-2, II/NJG-1 (10/41 Stade), Stffüh 10 & Stfkpt 11/NJG-1 (6/44), Aufkl St NJG-1, III/NJS-1, Kdr IV/NJG-1 (11/44 to end)Bf 110C & G, He 219 & Ju 88G, Bf 110R in IV Grp, Bf 110G-4 Wk# 160127 (lost 3/5/45)

Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(3/29/44)
EK 1 (6/1/43) & 2 (6/25/42)
Wound Badge (3/45)
Night Fighter Operational Clasp in Gold w/"200" pendant (2/16/44)
4 bombers, all Day victories. 46 Night victories. 204 missions. A Halifax II of RAF No. 103 Sq. into the North Sea, west of Ameland, the night of 6-7 October, 1942. His 15th victory, a B-17 on 30 January, 1944. Another known victory, a Halifax II 24 km NNE of Coutrai on 9 May, 1944. A "4 mot" over the Normandy Front on 11 June, 1944. A Lancaster near Brunswick on 13 August, 1944. His Radar Operator, Ofw Rolf Kissing (EK-1 (6/1/43), was KIA 17 August, 1944. His replacement was Fw Hammendörfer. A Lanc, ME 732 P, of No.61 Sq. on 23 September, 1944 piloted by F/Lt Donald E.R. Stone (KIA) and my Gunner Friend, Sgt Alfred Roy Fellows (Evaded capture). Sgt Edward Ravenhill, also a gunner, was injured and captured. All remaining crew were KIA. The ac crashed on Hoffkampweg, Almelo. Nos. 43 to 46, three Lancasters and a Halifax over Hannover on 5 January, 1945. Nos. 47 & 48, both Halifaxs at Neuss on 21 February, 1945. His last three victories, all Lancasters over Dortmund, on 3 March, 1945. On the night of 8/9 March, 1945, running low of fuel and radio failure making it impossible to locate his airfield, he bailed out of his G-4, striking his knee on the tailfin. Awarded the Wound Badge. The injury kept him out of the remainder of the war. Initially served in the Hitler Youth. Bowers/Lednicer, 50 victories. An American POW at wars end. He retired from the Bundesluftwaffe in 1972, and lived in Wangen um Allgau, still in Jan 2012, age 92. Photo

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