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Siegfried Muller

Victories : 17
Country : Germany
Fought in : WW2
Fought for : Axis

Born in 1924, Siegfried Muller first flew with JG1 Molders in the south of France. In 1943 he took part in the air battles over Salerno and Monte Cassino. He joined IV./JG3 Udet in June 1944, where he was promoted to Staffelkapitan of 16 Staffel /IV Sturm Gruppe flying heavily armoured Fw190s. With this Gruppe he took part in the Ardennes Offensive and on 1st January 1945, Operation Bodenplatte. At the end of the war he was attached to JG7 for training on the Me262 jet fighter. Awarded the Iron Cross 1 and 2, he scored 17 victories, including 9 four-engined bombers.

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Latest Axis Aviation Artwork !
 The Gruppenkommandeur of II./JG 54 Erich Rudorffer is depicted in Fw190A-6 'Black Double Chevron' over the misty forests of Finland in June 1944. Credited with 222 aerial victories, he survived being shot down no less than sixteen times and survived the war until eventually passing away in 2016 aged 98.

Erich Rudorffer by Ivan Berryman.
 With 275 victories credited, Gunther Rall is the third highest scoring Ace in history  He was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords.

Gunther Rall by Ivan Berryman. (P)
 Walter Wolfrum, a Knight's Cross winning German WW2 Ace with 137 victories, in his Bf109G.

Walter Wolfrum by Ivan Berryman. (P)
 Austrian-born Walter Nowotny was one of Germany's highest scoring aces of WWII with 258 victories to his credit, three of them flying the Messerschmitt Me.262. He is depicted here flying White 8 of Kommando Nowotny based at Achmer, Germany in 1944. He was killed in action later that year following a fraught combat with US fighters during the Defence of the Reich.

White 8 - Walter Nowotny by Ivan Berryman.

Siegfried Muller

Squadrons for : Siegfried Muller
A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Siegfried Muller. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.


Country : Germany
City of Edmonton

Piyautailili - Defend even unto death

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German World War II fighter unit or wing which used the Messerschmitt Bf 109 and Focke-Wulf Fw 190 aircraft, between 1940–1944. The name of the unit derives from Jagd, meaning hunt and Geschwader, meaning wing. First formed in May 1939 in eastern Prussia, I./JG 1 was one of the original groups created by the Luftwaffe as part of its expansion plans.

Between 1940 and 1942, JG 1 operated primarily over the Western Front and northern occupied Europe. During the initial days of the war, JG 1 faced little resistance, apart from occasional Royal Air Force (RAF) excursions. The unit was rarely engaged in large-scale confrontations during this time. From late 1942 onwards it was tasked with defense of the Reich duties. After D-Day, elements of JG 1 were moved to France and were tasked with air support to the army Wehrmacht, along with their air defense role. Operation Bodenplatte severely reduced the strength of JG 1.

Towards the end of the war, the unit was disbanded and its remaining pilots and aircraft were re-organized. What remained of these groups surrendered to Allied forces at the end of the war.

JG 1 was the first unit to attempt 'aerial bombing' techniques against the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) heavy bomber formations. It was the only unit to be equipped with the Heinkel He 162 jet fighter.

In 1944 the Oesau suffix was added to the unit's title, after its late Geschwaderkommodore Oberst Walter Oesau (127 kills), who was killed in action. Some 700 enemy aircraft were claimed shot down during the war.


Country : Germany
City of Edmonton

Piyautailili - Defend even unto death

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Jagdgeschwader 3 (JG 3) Udet was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. The Geschwader operated on all the German fronts in the European Theatre of World War II. It was named after Ernst Udet in 1942.

Commanders of IV./JG 3

Major Franz Beyer, 1. June 1943
Hauptmann Heinz Lang , 11 February 1944
Major Friedrich-Karl Müller, 26 February 1944
Hauptmann Heinz Lang , 11 April 1944
Major Wilhelm Moritz, 18 April 1944
Hauptmann Hubert-York Weydenhammer, 5 December 1944
Major Erwin Bacsila, 5 January 1945
Oberleutnant Oskar Romm, 17 February 1945
Hauptmann Gerhard Koall, 25 April 1945
Hauptmann Günther Schack, 1 Mai 1945


Country : Germany
City of Edmonton

Piyautailili - Defend even unto death

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I./JG 54 was initially formed as I./JG 70 near Nuremberg in July 1939, just two short months before hostilities broke out. As was to become tradition within Grunherzgeschwader, the Gruppe took the Nurember coat-of-arms (a veritcally divided shield with a black heraldic bird on the left, and red and white diagonal stripes on the right) to represent the region the unit came from.

On September 15, 1939, I./JG 70 was redesignated I./JG 54

The initial unit designation for II./JG 54 was I./JG 138. This unit was raised in 1938 after the Austrian annexation. Naturally many Austrian nationals were recruited when I./JG 138 was formed. The Aspern coat of arms (black lion's head surmounting a white cross on a red field) was taken by the Gruppe for its identity.

I./JG 138 was briefly designated I./JG 76 before finally becoming II./JG 54 on April 6, 1940.

The III./JG 54 has its roots in Prussia. Initially I./JG 21, the members were drawn from the Jesau region in Prussia. The modified Jesau coat-of-arms (a shield with a Jesau cross with three diving aircraft on a red background, with a white outline on the shield) was adopted as the Gruppe's own.

On July 15, 1939, I./JG 21 was redesignated III./JG 54. However, the bureaucratic nature of the young Luftwaffe was such that it was over a year before records would reflect the new designation. Consequently, III./JG 54 fought in Poland and France as I./JG 21.

Kommodoren of JG 54 :

Major Martin Mettig; 2 Feb 40 to 25 Aug 40.
Oberst Hannes Trautloft; 25 Aug 40 to 5 Jul 43.
Major Hubertus von Bonin; 6 Jul 43 to 15 Dec 43.
Oberstleutnant Anton Mader; 28 Jan 44 to Sep 44.
Oberst Dieter Hrabak; 1 Oct 44 to 8 May 45.


Country : Germany
City of Edmonton

Piyautailili - Defend even unto death

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Nowotny was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II and the first operational jet fighter wing in the world.

It was created late in 1944 and served until the end of the war in May 1945, and it operated the Messerschmitt Me 262 jet fighter exclusively.

JG 7 was formed under the command of Oberst Johannes Steinhoff, with Kommando Nowotny (the initial Me 262 test wing ) renumbered III./JG 7. Under the command of Major Erich Hohagen III./JG 7 was the only element of JG 7 ready to operate against the Allies. Throughout its existence JG 7 suffered from an irregular supply of new aircraft, fuel and spares. With such a radically new aircraft, training accidents were also common, with 10 Me 262s being lost in six weeks.

The technical troubles and material shortages meant initial tentative sorties were only in flight strength, usually no more than 4 or 6 aircraft. Flying from Brandenburg-Briest, Oranienburg and Parchim, the Geschwader flew intermittently against the huge USAAF bomber streams.

By the end of February 1945 JG 7 had claimed around 45 four-engine bombers and 15 fighters, but at this stage of war this success rate had no affect whatsoever on the Allied air offensive. During March JG 7 finally began to deliver larger scale attacks against the heavy bomber streams. 3 March saw 29 sorties for 8 kills claimed (one jet was lost). On 18 March III./JG 7 finally managed their biggest attack numerically thus far, some 37 Me 262s engaging a force of 1,200 American bombers and 600 fighters. This action also marked the first use of the new R4M rockets. 12 bombers and 1 fighter were claimed for the loss of 3 Me 262s.

The total numbers of aircraft shot down by JG 7 is difficult to quantify due to the loss of Luftwaffe records, but at least 136 aircraft were claimed, and research indicates as many as 420 Allied aircraft may have been claimed shot down.
Aircraft for : Siegfried Muller
A list of all aircraft associated with Siegfried Muller. A profile page including a list of all art prints for the aircraft is available by clicking the aircraft name.


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Manufacturer : Fokke-Wulf
Production Began : 1940
Retired : 1945


The Focke-Wulf 190 development project began in 1937. Conceived as a hedge against total dependence on the Messerchmitt 109, the 190 was designed by Kurt Tank utilizing a radial engine. This was against generally accepted design criteria in Germany, and many historians believe that the decision to produce a radial engine fighter was largely due to the limited manufacturing capacity for in-line, water-cooled engines which were widely used on all other Luftwaffe aircraft. Despite these concerns, Tanks design was brilliant, and the 190 would become one of the top fighter aircraft of WWII. The first prototype flew in mid-1939. The aircraft had excellent flying characteristics, a wonderful rate of acceleration, and was heavily armed. By late 1940 the new fighter was ordered into production. Nicknamed the butcher bird, by Luftwaffe pilots, early 190s were quite successful in the bomber interceptor role, but at this stage of the war many Allied bombing raids lacked fighter escort. As the war dragged on, Allied bombers were increasingly accompanied by fighters, including the very effective P-51 Mustang. The Allies learned from experience that the 190s performance fell off sharply at altitudes above 20,000 feet. As a result, most Allied bombing missions were shifted to higher altitudes when fighter opposition was likely. Kurt Tank had recognized this shortcoming and began working on a high-altitude version of the 190 utilizing an in-line, water-cooled engine. Utilizing a Jumo 12-cylinder engine rated at 1770-HP, and capable of 2,240-HP for short bursts with its methanol injection system, the 190D, or Long Nose or Dora as it was called, had a top speed of 426-MPH at 22,000 feet. Armament was improved with two fuselage and two wing mounted 20mm cannon. To accommodate the changes in power plants the Dora had a longer, more streamlined fuselage, with 24 inches added to the nose, and an additional 19 inches added aft of the cockpit to compensate for the altered center of gravity. By mid 1944 the Dora began to reach fighter squadrons in quantity. Although the aircraft had all the right attributes to serve admirably in the high altitude interceptor role, it was not generally focused on such missions. Instead many 190Ds were assigned to protect airfields where Me-262 jet fighters were based. This was due to the latter aircrafts extreme vulnerability to Allied attack during takeoff and landing. The 190Ds also played a major role in Operation Bodenplatte, the New Years Day raid in 1945 which destroyed approximately 500 Allied aircraft on the ground. The High Command was impressed with the 190Ds record on this raid, and ordered most future production of the Doras to be equipped as fighter-bombers. In retrospect this was a strategic error, and this capable aircraft was not fully utilized in the role for which it was intended.


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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Number Built : 1400


The Messerschmitt Me-262 Swallow, a masterpiece of engineering, was the first operational mass-produced jet to see service. Prototype testing of the airframe commenced in 1941 utilizing a piston engine. General Adolf Galland, who was in charge of the German Fighter Forces at that time, pressured both Goring and Hitler to accelerate the Me-262, and stress its use as a fighter to defend Germany from Allied bombers. Hitler, however, envisioned the 262 as the aircraft which might allow him to inflict punishment on Britain. About 1400 Swallows were produced, but fortunately for the Allies, only about 300 saw combat duty. While the original plans for the 262 presumed the use of BMW jet engines, production Swallows were ultimately equipped with Jumo 004B turbojet engines. The wing design of the 262 necessitated the unique triangular hull section of the fuselage, giving the aircraft a shark-like appearance. With an 18 degree swept wing, the 262 was capable of Mach .86. The 262 was totally ineffective in a turning duel with Allied fighters, and was also vulnerable to attack during take off and landings. The landing gear was also suspect, and many 262s were destroyed or damaged due to landing gear failure. Despite its sleek jet-age appearance, the 262 was roughly manufactured, because Germany had lost access to its normal aircraft assembly plants. In spite of these drawbacks the 262 was effective. For example, on April 7, 1945 a force of sixty 262s took on a large force of Allied bombers with escort fighters. Armed with their four nose-mounted cannons, and underwing rockets the Swallows succeeded in downing or damaging 25 Allied B-17s on that single mission. While it is unlikely that the outcome of the War could have been altered by an earlier introduction or greater production totals for this aircraft, it is clear to many historians that the duration of the War might have been drastically lengthened if the Me-262 had not been too little too late.

Known Victory Claims - Siegfried Muller









26/02/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Pe-2-7.15Eastern Front
16/03/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-18-8.1Eastern Front
20/03/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54R-5-9.18Eastern Front
04/04/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-18-14.37Eastern Front
14/06/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Jak-1-16.05Eastern Front
08/07/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Jak-129 843: 3000m7.48Eastern Front
31/08/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-310 173: 100m18.57Eastern Front
01/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-310 223: 30m9.4Eastern Front
01/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-310 182: 1000m12.29Eastern Front
04/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-210 314: 50m5.35Eastern Front
07/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-200 541: 100m11.38Eastern Front
07/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-290 644: 50m11.5Eastern Front
10/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-310 161: 2000m17.05Eastern Front
13/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54MiG-310 184: 500m6.37Eastern Front
16/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54MiG-310 162: 1000m13.28Eastern Front
30/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-16 Rata00 291: 2000m10.29Eastern Front
30/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-16 Rata00 264: 2000m10.3Eastern Front
30/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-16 Rata00 252: 1500m13.55Eastern Front
30/09/1942Uffz. Siegfried Müller9JG 54I-16 Rata00 214: 1500m13.58Eastern Front
29/10/1942Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-329 782: 1500m10.05Eastern Front
30/10/1942Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54LaGG-319 894: 50m8.59Eastern Front
30/10/1942Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-228 113: 1000m16.13Eastern Front
04/01/1943Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-207 673: 300m (based: Smolensk)13.32Eastern Front
06/01/1943Ltn. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Pe-207 823: 2500m11Eastern Front
07/01/1943Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-207 672: 100m7.51Eastern Front
07/01/1943Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54Il-207 544: 50m8.08Eastern Front
14/01/1943Fw. Siegfried Müller9JG 54MiG-307 671: 4300m12.32Eastern Front
11/06/1943Fw. Siegfried Müller8JG 54B-1712km N. Wilhelmshaven: 7500m17.57Western Front
20/02/1944Ofw. Siegfried Müller8JG 54B-17HA: 6000m12.48Western Front
08/04/1944Ltn. Siegfried MüllerSturmst. 1B-24E. Braunschweig: 6500m14.26Western Front
11/04/1944Ltn. Siegfried MüllerSturmst. 1B-24HA Haldersleben: 6000m11.15Western Front
13/04/1944Ltn. Siegfried MüllerSturmst. 1B-17SS: 6500m [Raum NE Mannheim]13.55Western Front
29/04/1944Ltn. Siegfried MüllerSturmst. 1B-17GC-7: 7000m [Haldensleben]11.1Western Front
08/05/1944Ltn. Siegfried Müller11JG 3B-24GB: [N. Braunschweig]10.08Western Front
03/08/1944Ltn. Siegfried Müller11JG 3B-24GB: 5800m [Lechtaler Alpen]11.43Western Front
27/09/1944Ltn. Siegfried Müller14JG 3B-24MU-MA-NU-NA: 7200m [Eisenach]11.06Western Front
02/11/1944Ltn. Siegfried Müller14JG 3B-17JB-JC-KB-KC-KD: 7500m12.47Western Front
02/12/1944Ltn. Siegfried MüllerStab IV.JG 3B-24QP-QQ/RP-RQ: 6500m [Hunsrück]12.5Western Front
23/12/1944Fw. Siegfried Müller16JG 3B-26PN-PM: 3000m [Büllingen-Stavelot]11.42Western Front
23/12/1944Fw. Siegfried Müller16JG 3B-26PN-PM: 2500m [Büllingen-Stavelot]11.43Western Front
01/01/1945Ltn. Siegfried Müller16JG 3TyphoonRaum Eindhoven-Western Front
13/02/1945Ofw. Siegfried Müller11JG 54P-47Raum Nassau/Montabauer17.00±Western Front
18/02/1945Ltn. Siegfried Müller16JG 3Il-2-16.5Western Front
19/02/1945Ltn. Siegfried Müller16JG 3P-39-14.10-15.10Western Front
21/02/1945Ofw. Siegfried Müller11JG 54P-47bei Fl.Pl. Babenhausen14.45±Western Front
16/03/1945Ltn. Siegfried Müller13JG 3Jak-3-14.1Western Front

Known Claims : 46

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