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Walter Schuck

Victories : 206
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Country : Germany
Fought in : WW2
Fought for : Axis


Awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron CrossAwarded Oak Leaves to the Knights Cross
Knights
Cross
Oak Leaves

Initially with JG3, Walter Schuck was posted north to 7./JG5 in April 1942. On 15 June 1944 he chalked up his 100th victory during a day when he shot down 6 aircraft. Two days later he had his most successful day, achieving 12 victories in twenty-four hours, a feat never surpassed in JG5. On 1 August, he assumed command of 10./JG5. Walter Schuck transferred to fly the Me262 as Staffelkapitan of 3./JG7, and achieved 8 further victories flying the new jet. His final tally was 206 air victories. He was awarded the Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves.

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Latest Axis Aviation Artwork !
 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.
 The highest scoring fighter pilot of all time with a confirmed tally of 352 victories, Erich Hartmann is depicted getting airborne from a snowy airstrip in Czechoslovakia, late in 1944 in a Bf109G-6 of 6./JG 52.

Erich Hartmann - The Ace of Aces by Ivan Berryman.
 The Junkers Ju.287 V1 bomber prototype was a typical example of Germany's research into advanced aerodynamics at the end of World War II. Featuring forward swept wings and four Jumo 004B-1 Orkan axial-flow turbojets, this extraordinary aircraft made several successful flights before the project was curtailed by the war's end. RS+RA is shown on a test flight, carrying a cine camera in front of the fin to record airflow by means of wool tufts glued to the wings and fuselage sides. The characteristics of forward swept wings are only now being re-evaluated, 70 years after Junkers' first tentative steps into the unknown.

A New Shape in the Sky by Ivan Berryman. (P)
 Messerschmitt Bf109E-7Bs belonging to III./JG27, during the Balkan Campaign of 1941.  The yellow and white painted areas were used as recognition markings, so that they were not fired upon by friendly ground units during their low-level sorties.

Messerschmitt Bf109E-7/Bs by Jerry Boucher.

Walter Schuck

Squadrons for : Walter Schuck
A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Walter Schuck. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.
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JG3

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG3

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 MŘller, 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 GŘnther Schack, 1 Mai 1945

JG5

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG5

Eismeer was a Luftwaffe fighter Wing that served during World War II. As the name Eismeer (Ice Sea) implies, it was created to operate in the far North of Europe, namely Norway, Scandinavia and northern parts of Finland, all nearest the Arctic Ocean. Just over two dozen fighter aircraft that once served with JG 5 during the war still survive in the 21st century, more than from any other combat wing of any of the Axis air forces of World War II.

JG7

Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG7

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 : Walter Schuck
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Me109



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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Production Began : 1937
Retired : 1945
Number Built : 33984

Me109

Willy Messerschmitt designed the BF109 during the early 1930s. The Bf109 was one of the first all metal monocoque construction fighters with a closed canopy and retractable undercarriage. The engine of the Me109 was a V12 aero engine which was liquid-cooled. The Bf109 first saw operational service during the Spanish Civil War and flew to the end of World War II, during which time it was the backbone of the Luftwaffe fighter squadrons. During the Battle of Britian the Bf109 was used in the role of an escort fighter, a role for which it was not designed for, and it was also used as a fighter bomber. During the last days of May 1940 Robert Stanford-Tuck, the RAF ace, got the chance to fly an Me109 which they had rebuilt after it had crash landed. Stanford-Tuck found out that the Me109 was a wonderful little plane, it was slightly faster than the Spitfire, but lacked the Spitfire manoeuvrability. By testing the Me109, Tuck could put himself inside the Me109 when fighting them, knowing its weak and strong points. With the introduction of the improved Bf109F in the spring of 1941, the type again proved to be an effective fighter during the invasion of Yugoslavia and during the Battle of Crete and the invasion of Russia and it was used during the Siege of the Mediteranean island of Malta. The Bf109 was the main fighter for the Luftwaffe until 1942 when the Fw190 entered service and shared this position, and was partially replaced in Western Europe, but the Me109 continued to serve on the Eastern Front and during the defence of the Reich against the allied bombers. It was also used to good effect in the Mediterranean and North Africa in support of The Africa Korps. The Me109 was also supplied to several German allies, including Finland, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Croatia, and Slovakia. The Bf109 scored more kills than any other fighter of any country during the war and was built in greater numbers with a total of over 31,000 aircraft being built. The Bf109 was flown by the three top German aces of the war war. Erich Hartmann with 352 victories, Gerhard Barkhorn with 301 victories and Gunther Rall with 275 kills. Bf109 pilots were credited with the destruction of 100 or more enemy aircraft. Thirteen Luftwaffe Aces scored more than 200 kills. Altogether this group of pilots were credited with a total of nearly 15,000 kills, of which the Messerschmitt Bf109 was credited with over 10,000 of these victories. The Bf109 was the most produced warplane during World War II, with 30,573 examples built during the war, and the most produced fighter aircraft in history, with a total of 33,984 units produced up to April 1945. Bf109s remained in foreign service for many years after World War II. The Swiss used their Bf109Gs well into the 1950s. The Finnish Air Force did not retire their Bf109Gs until March 1954. Romania used its Bf109s until 1955. The Spanish Hispanos flew even longer. Some were still in service in the late 1960s.

Me262



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Manufacturer : Messerschmitt
Number Built : 1400

Me262

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 - Walter Schuck

DATE

PILOT

UNIT

JG

CLAIMED

LOCATION

TIME

FRONT

15/05/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5MiG-3-18.18Eastern Front
28/05/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5DB-3-16.36Eastern Front
28/05/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5Hurricane-16.4Eastern Front
13/06/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5Hurricane-17.02Eastern Front
22/06/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5I-180-22.25Eastern Front
22/06/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5Hurricane-22.3Eastern Front
08/07/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5P-40-14.05Eastern Front
20/07/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck7JG 5Pe-2Liza-Bucht: 3200m8.32Eastern Front
12/11/1942Uffz. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/3087: 4000m12.1Eastern Front
26/12/1942Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5LaGG-336 Ost/29 232: 1300m10.5Eastern Front
27/12/1942Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/29 262: 3500m10.45Eastern Front
31/12/1942Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ 20 894: 3000m10.5Eastern Front
10/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/10 282: 1500m11.23Eastern Front
10/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-237 Ost/30 319: 50m11.3Eastern Front
14/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Hurricane30 793: 5000m18.25Eastern Front
14/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Hurricane30 807: 4000m18.26Eastern Front
24/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4020 122: 2000m9.12Eastern Front
24/01/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4020 192: 2000m9.16Eastern Front
26/02/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Pe-230 733: 2000m11.12Eastern Front
28/02/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4029 131: 600m11.12Eastern Front
02/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston29 252: 30m12.3Eastern Front
14/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5U-229 270: 50m17.5Eastern Front
19/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4020 841: 6000m6.03Eastern Front
19/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4020 843: 6000m6.05Eastern Front
25/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-229 273: 30m17.4Eastern Front
25/03/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40D29 291: 50m17.47Eastern Front
04/04/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40D10 552: 20-30m13.21Eastern Front
04/04/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40D10 761: 50m13.27Eastern Front
07/05/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost 20/7/1/3: 1200m4.01Eastern Front
22/05/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Hurricane37 Ost/20 474: 1200m18.15Eastern Front
22/05/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/20 63118.25Eastern Front
22/05/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/20 492: 1200m19.42Eastern Front
22/05/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/20 621: 300m19.5Eastern Front
18/08/1943Fw. Walter Schuck8JG 5HurricaneE. Kap Malyj-Korabelnye: 300m16.16Eastern Front
18/08/1943Fw. Walter Schuck8JG 5AiracobraSSW Zyp-Nawolok: 600m16.22Eastern Front
03/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Hurricane36 Ost/AE-8.8H: 20m19.11Eastern Front
03/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Hurricane36 Ost/AE-9.7.A: 50m19.13Eastern Front
12/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/AB-9.6: 20m14.25Eastern Front
12/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/AF-7.4: 20m14.26Eastern Front
12/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/AF-4.1: 30m17.02Eastern Front
14/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/QC-8.5.f: 1200m18.22Eastern Front
14/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/QC-7.8.g: 1200m18.25Eastern Front
14/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-237 Ost/RB-8.1.b: 500m18.37Eastern Front
14/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RC-7.4.g: tiefstflug18.4Eastern Front
18/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/BG-2.4.h: 1000m13.04Eastern Front
20/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston III27 Ost/NT-3.1.b: tiefstflug15.21Eastern Front
20/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston III27 Ost/ NT-3.9.d: tiefstflug15.24Eastern Front
20/09/1943Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston III37 Ost S/NU-1.3: 400m15.26Eastern Front
23/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/AG: 600m13.02Eastern Front
23/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost S/AG: 200m13.07Eastern Front
23/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra36 Ost S/AG: 500m13.08Eastern Front
23/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost S/AG: 600m13.1Eastern Front
24/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/AG: 600m8.56Eastern Front
24/09/1943Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4036 Ost/AG: 200m8.58Eastern Front
29/01/1944Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-736 Ost/ E. Schonguy: 3800m12.08Eastern Front
29/01/1944Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-736 Ost/ SE Schonguy: 2000m12.25Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston37 Ost OC-9.7.a19.55Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston37 Ost OC-9.7.c11Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-737 Ost OC-9.5.f11.03Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-737 Ost OD-8.4.d11.07Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NW Fischer Halbinsel: 500m15.35Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40W. Einar-Guba: 800m15.39Eastern Front
17/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40N. Kap Korabaluyj: 500m15.47Eastern Front
23/03/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-9S. Lager-Bucht: 500m13.02Eastern Front
01/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ UE-1.3.c: 5000m13.07Eastern Front
01/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ TF-7.7.a13.1Eastern Front
02/04/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-937 Ost/ AE-3.1.b: tiefst.16.38Eastern Front
02/04/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-937 Ost/ AE4.4.d: tiefst.16.42Eastern Front
02/04/1944Fhj.Fw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-937 Ost/ AD-3.6.f: tiefst.16.45Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ QC-5.3.c: 800m6.07Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ QC-7.2.g: 300m6.11Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-4037 Ost/ RD-11.a: teifst.6.13Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-237 Ost/ RD-9.2.b: teifst.6.14Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/ SF-8.6.c: tiefst.10.18Eastern Front
07/04/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/ SF-9.4.d: tiefst.10.21Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonNE Omgang: 1000m21.32Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40E. Omgang: 800m21.35Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonNE Berlevaag: 800m21.38Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NE Berlevaag: 800m21.4Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonNE Berlevaag: tiefflug21.43Eastern Front
25/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonNE Berlevaag: tiefflug21.45Eastern Front
26/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2NE Vard÷: tiefflug4.56Eastern Front
26/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NE Vard÷: tiefflug4.58Eastern Front
26/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NE Vard÷: tiefflug4.59Eastern Front
26/05/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SE Vard÷: tiefflug5.02Eastern Front
12/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40W. Charnak-Bucht: 200m15.11Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SW Fl.Pl. Primmanki19.15Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40W. Primmanki19.14Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40Petsamo-Bucht19.13Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40Petsamo-Bucht19.11Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40Petsamo-Bucht2.31Eastern Front
15/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40Petsamo-Bucht2.33Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SE Vards°: 1000m7.43Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SE Vards°: 800m7.44Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2SE Vards°: tiefflug7.5Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2SE Vards°: tiefflug7.52Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SE Kiberg: 800m7.59Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonSE Vards°: 1000m8.02Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonSE Vards°: 1500m8.14Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraW. Kirkenes: 1300m21.12Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2SE Kirkenes: 400m21.14Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2SE Kirkenes: 50m21.19Eastern Front
17/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Il-2S. Kong Oskar: tiefflug21.12Eastern Front
18/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5PR SpitfireNW Murmansk: 7500m5.1Eastern Front
24/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-9NW Ura Guba: 1200m4Eastern Front
27/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40SW Kong Oskar: 3500m16.55Eastern Front
27/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NW Kirkenes: 4000m16.58Eastern Front
27/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraNW Kong Oskar: 3500m17Eastern Front
27/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5P-39N. Kong Oskar17.03Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-937 Ost/RB-47.6 800m4.15Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Jak-937 Ost/RB-47.3 3000m4.17Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraNE Kirkenes: 4500m0.02Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraS. Kong Oskar: 4000m0.05Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonSE Kong Oskar: 5000m0.07Eastern Front
28/06/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraS. Kong Oskar: 5000m0.09Eastern Front
04/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston37 Ost/SA-6.3.d: 3000m19Eastern Front
04/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston37 Ost/SB-1.7.a: 3000m19.02Eastern Front
04/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/SB-2.5.b: 3000m19.03Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Boston37 Ost/ SB-1.4.g: 4000m19.06Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonE. Kirkenes: 4000m19.08Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5BostonE. Kirkenes: 4000m19.1Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraW. Petsamofjord: 3500m19.12Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraW. Petsamofjord: 3500m19.14Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraNE Kazarmy-Fjord: 2000m19.19Eastern Front
17/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraNE Pummanki: 2000m19.21Eastern Front
21/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5Curtiss P-40NE Hamningberg: 100m6.04Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5AiracobraE. Kirkenes: 1200m12.16Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5AiracobraN. Kap Kong Oktober12.21Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5AiracobraN. Petsamo-Bucht: 600m12.23Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5AiracobraNW Hamingfjord: 600m12.24Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5AiracobraSE Einar-Guba12.32Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5Curtiss P-40E. Eina Guba12.35Eastern Front
22/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter SchuckStab III.JG 5Curtiss P-40SE Fischer-Halbinsel12.36Eastern Front
28/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraS.Liza-Bucht: 4000m12.5Eastern Front
28/07/1944Fhj.Ofw. Walter Schuck9JG 5AiracobraS.Liza-Bucht: 4000m12.52Eastern Front
17/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-137 Ost/SB-5.4: 2800m9.38Eastern Front
17/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Boston37 Ost/RB-7.8: 3500m10Eastern Front
17/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RB-6.9: 2800m10.03Eastern Front
17/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RB-73a: 2000m9.55Eastern Front
23/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-937 Ost/RB: 800m12.03Eastern Front
23/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD: tiefflug12.58Eastern Front
23/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD: tiefflug13.01Eastern Front
23/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD: tiefflug13.03Eastern Front
23/08/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/TD: 1500m16.44Eastern Front
15/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD-4.9.d: 1500m7.05Eastern Front
15/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD-8.1.a: tiefflug7.2Eastern Front
16/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Il-237 Ost/SB-4.3.e: 400m12.06Eastern Front
16/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/SB-3.4.i: 1300m12.1Eastern Front
16/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/UB-3.3.f: 3000m16.28Eastern Front
17/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-937 Ost/QB-44a: 300m17.33Eastern Front
17/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-937 Ost/QB-59i: 500m17.36Eastern Front
17/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-937 Ost/QC-76f: tiefflug17.41Eastern Front
17/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Jak-937 Ost/RC-13g: tiefflug17.44Eastern Front
20/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Il-237 Ost/SD-58h: 100m15.31Eastern Front
20/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/SD-63e: 800m15.34Eastern Front
25/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/TD-27a: 800m15.5Eastern Front
25/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/RD-75b: 300m16.06Eastern Front
25/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Il-237 Ost/RC-83f: tiefflug16.1Eastern Front
25/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Airacobra37 Ost/TC-23g: 100m15.46Eastern Front
27/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Boston37 Ost/QB-35h: 3000m11.43Eastern Front
27/09/1944Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Boston37 Ost/QA-41f: 5500m11.35Eastern Front
16/02/1945Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Raum Alesund-Western Front
16/02/1945Ltn. Walter Schuck10JG 5Raum Alesund-Western Front
24/03/1945Ltn. Walter Schuck3JG 7P-51Raum NeumŘnster-Western Front
24/03/1945Ltn. Walter Schuck3JG 7P-51Raum NeumŘnster-Western Front
28/03/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7P-51Raum Stendal-Western Front
07/04/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7P-38Raum Seesen-Western Front
10/04/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7B-17Raum Magdeburg-Western Front
10/04/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7B-17Raum Magdeburg-Western Front
10/04/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7B-17Raum Magdeburg-Western Front
10/04/1945Oblt. Walter Schuck3JG 7B-17Raum Magdeburg-Western Front

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