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1 Loos, Kurt H.Hptm1/2/1920Schwerte10 ZG-2, 2/NJG-1 (5/41), Stab I/NJG-1, 1/NJG-1, 1/NJG-5, 8(Sturm)/JG-300 (3/45) Bf 110, Fw 190A-8/R2 (lost 3//24/45 at Göttingen) in JG-300
Deutsches Kreuz - Gold(8/21/42)
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Night Fighter Operational Clasp
KIA 24 March, 1945 in aerial combat with U.S. fighters over Göttingen. One known victory, a Whitley on 17-18 May, 1941, no location. Another, a Wellington on 11-12 June, 1941, no location. His 7th, a Stirling the night of 7- 8 August, 1941, no location Added: This RAF Wython Stirling of No.155 Sq., crashed onto a farm at Overasselt, killing the crew, three civilians and seriously injured a 6 onth old child. Source: NL resident, Andre Bergsma, 12/2021. An 8th, a Halifax on the night raid on Bremen on 25 June, 1942, no location. A 9th, a Lancaster I of RAF No. 207 Sq., Werk # R5761 "EM-T", 20 km W of Nijmegen, the night of 5-6 August, 1942. A 10th, a Lancaster I of RAF No. 97 Sq. at Westmalle (Antwerpen), 17 km NW of Herentals Belgium, the night of 24-25 August, 1942. Magnus Report, 13 victories.

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