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Emil Lang - Pilot Profile - Emil Lang

Emil Lang

Victories : 173
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Country : Germany
Fought in : WW2
Fought for : Axis
Died : 3rd September 1944


Awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross
Knights
Cross

Hauptmann Emil "Bully" Lang was born 14 January 1909 he was a Luftwaffe Flying ace during World War II. A flying ace or fighter ace is a military aviator credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft during aerial combat. Emil Lang was credited with 173 aerial victories—144 on the Eastern Front, 29 on the Western Front—claimed in 403 combat missions.

Hauptmann Lang was posted to a fighter wing on the Eastern front; Lang claimed his first aerial victories in March 1943. He is credited with 72 victories in a three-week period, among them an unsurpassed total of 18 on 3 November 1943. He was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross on 22 November 1943 for his 119 victories to that time. By March 1944, his claims totalled 144, for which he received the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves on 11 April 1944. Transferred to the Western front, he claimed his 150th victim over the Normandy Invasion front on 14 June 1944. He scored his last three victories on 26 August 1944; on 3 September 1944, he was killed in action over Belgium.

His career in the Luftwaffe

Having served as a transport pilot since 26 August 1939 with the Fliegerhorst Kompanie (Airfield Company) at Gablingen, Lang was 33 years old when he was accepted for fighter pilot training in 1942. He undertook courses at the 1st Fighter Pilot Preparation School - 3 July 1942 – 14 August 1942. and 5th Fighter Pilot School -15 August 1942–5 January 1943. He was then assigned to the Fighter Group East on 6 January 1943 and then to JG 54—54th Fighter Wing, on the Eastern Front on 11 February 1943. Serving with 1./JG 54 (1st Squadron of the 54th Fighter Wing), Then Leutnant (Second Lieutenant) Lang was 34 and considered exceptionally old for a novice fighter pilot. His first three aerial victories were claimed in March 1943, and within a month he was transferred to 5./JG 54 (5th Squadron of the 54th Fighter Wing) of which he became Staffelkapitän (Squadron Leader) on 20 August 1943

Before the year's end, Lang's kill tally stood at over 100 victories, with a remarkable 72 scored around Kiev in just three weeks during October and November 1943. This series of multiple victories included ten on 13 October 1943 and 12 (victories 61–72) in three combat missions on 21 October 1943 ,which earned Lang his first of two references in the Wehrmachtbericht, an information bulletin issued by the headquarters of the Wehrmacht. Lang set an all-time world record of 18 aerial victories claimed from four combat missions in one day on 3 November 1943, making him aviation history's leading ace in a day. This achievement led to him appearing on the cover of the 13 January 1944 Berliner Illustrierte Zeitung (Berlin's Illustrated Magazine). Lang was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross after 119 aerial victories on 22 November 1943, followed three days later by the German Cross in Gold (Deutsches Kreuz in Gold).

In the picture below Emil Lang (2nd from left) is receiving the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves from Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring. Anton Hafner is shaking Hitler's hand On 9 April 1944, Oberleutnant (First Lieutenant) Lang was appointed Staffelkapitän of the 9./JG 54 (9th Squadron of the 54th Fighter Wing) engaged in Defense of the Reich on the Western Front. He became the 448th recipient of the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves on 11 April 1944 after 144 aerial victories, all claimed on the Eastern Front.

In June, Lang claimed 15 aerial victories, including his 150th—a United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) P-47 Thunderbolt on 14 June 1944—and four P-51 Mustang fighters shot down in four minutes on 20 June 1944, plus another four P-51s on 24 June. Hauptmann (Captain) Lang was then made Gruppenkommandeur (Group Commander) of the II./Jagdgeschwader 26 "Schlageter" (JG 26—2nd Group of the 26th Fighter Wing) on 28 June 1944. On 9 July, he claimed three Royal Air Force Supermarine Spitfires (victories 160–162), on 15 August 1944 two P-47s, and on 25 August 1944 three P-38 Lightning fighters in five minutes. He claimed three Spitfires in two missions for his final victories (victories 171–173) on 26 August. Between 24 May and 28 August 1944, Lang had claimed 29 aerial victories on the Western Front including nine P-51s. His group was the first to reach 100 aerial victories since the beginning of the Normandy Invasion on 6 June 1944, earning him and his group a second and final reference in the Wehrmachtbericht on 30 August.


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Emil Lang

Squadrons for : Emil Lang
A list of all squadrons known to have been served with by Emil Lang. A profile page is available by clicking the squadron name.
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JG26


Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG26

Jagdgeschwader 26 Schlageter was a Luftwaffe fighter-wing of World War II. It operated mainly in Western Europe against Great Britain, France and the United States but also saw service against Russia. It was named after Albert Leo Schlageter, a World War I veteran and Freikorps member arrested and executed by the French for sabotage in 1923.

Commanders of II. Gruppe JG 26

Hptm. Werner Palm, 1 May 1939 – 27 June 1939
Hptm Herwig Knüppel, 28 June 1939 – 19 May 1940
Hptm Karl Ebbighausen, 20 May 1940 – 31 May 1940
Hptm. Erich Noack, 1 June 1940 – 24 July 1940
Hptm Karl Ebbighausen, 25 July 1940 – 16 August 1940
Hptm Erich Bode, 17 August 1940 – 3.10.40
Hptm Walter Adolph, 4 October 1940 – 18 September 1941
Hptm Joachim Müncheberg, 19 September 1941 – 21 July 1942
Hptm Conny Meyer, 22 July 1942 – 2 January 1943
Maj Wilhelm-Ferdinand Galland, 3 January 43 – 17 August 1943
Hptm Hans Naumann, 18 August 1943 – 8 September 1943
ObLt Johannes Seifert, 9 September 1943 – 25 November 1943
Maj Wilhelm Gäth, 26 November 1943 – 1 March 1944
Hptm Hans Naumann, 2 March 1944 – 28 June 1944
Hptm Emil Lang, 29 June 1944 – 3 September 1944
Hptm Georg-Peter Eder, 4 September 1944 – 8 October 1944
Maj Anton Hackl, 9 October 1944 – 29 January 45
ObLt Waldemar Radener, 30 January 1945 – 22 February 1945
Hptm Paul Schauder, 23 February 1945 – 1 May 1945

JG54


Country : Germany
'Ace of Hearts'

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JG54

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.

Known Victory Claims - Emil Lang

DATE

PILOT

UNIT

JG

CLAIMED

LOCATION

TIME

FRONT

23/03/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54MiG-300 333: 2-300m11.1Eastern Front
30/05/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Curtiss P-4010 151: 1200m20.19Eastern Front
30/05/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Curtiss P-4010 243: 1200m20.26Eastern Front
13/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-763 231: 600m9.05Eastern Front
13/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-763 252: 400m9.08Eastern Front
13/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-574 763: 2500m19.05Eastern Front
17/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-364 894: 2500m13.42Eastern Front
17/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-363 221: 2000m13.44Eastern Front
20/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra64 584: 3800m19.05Eastern Front
20/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra64 594: 3200m19.07Eastern Front
28/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-510 314: 500m11.1Eastern Front
30/07/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra10 194: 3200m8.5Eastern Front
01/08/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54P-4010 172: 4000m12.39Eastern Front
01/08/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra10 142: 4000m12.34Eastern Front
01/08/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra10 163: 3500m5.28Eastern Front
01/08/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra10 144: 4000m5.2Eastern Front
13/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Pe-226 521: 6200m12.41Eastern Front
14/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-725 693: 1500m16.4Eastern Front
15/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Airacobra25 494: 2000m9.1Eastern Front
15/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2mH.25 492: 200m9.15Eastern Front
15/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-225 424: 1200m10.29Eastern Front
15/09/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-525 633: 2000m10.45Eastern Front
04/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-3NE Tschernobyl: 3000m (Chernobyl)16.07Eastern Front
05/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9S. Gorostaipol: 1500m16.05Eastern Front
07/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NE Stracholessje: 3000m14.03Eastern Front
07/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-5NE Gorostaipol: 4000m11.17Eastern Front
07/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-5ENE Stracholessje: 3800m11.28Eastern Front
07/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-5NE Stracholessje: 800m11.31Eastern Front
07/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Gubin: 3500m14.1Eastern Front
08/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NE Chodorov: 1500m6.1Eastern Front
08/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NE Gussenzog: 1500m6.13Eastern Front
08/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-3NE Chodorov: 2200m6.08Eastern Front
09/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5S. Gruschevo: 4000m12.3Eastern Front
09/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5N. Gruschevo: 2800m16.08Eastern Front
09/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5Schtschutschunka: 4000m16.1Eastern Front
09/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-3S. Yaschniki16.15Eastern Front
10/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-3ENE Yaschniki: 2500m6.34Eastern Front
10/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-3NE Yaschniki: 1000m6.38Eastern Front
10/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Ljutesh: 1500m16.12Eastern Front
11/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Yashniki: 4000m [Krs. Kiev]16.01Eastern Front
11/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Yashniki: 2000m [Krs. Kiev]16.02Eastern Front
11/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Yashniki: 2000m [Krs. Kiev]16.03Eastern Front
11/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Curtiss P-40E. Strakholes'ye: 1200m [Kiev]6.1Eastern Front
12/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Pe-2N. Gorostaipol: 1500m9.02Eastern Front
12/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2E. Gruchevo: 20m10.47Eastern Front
12/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Grigorovka: 100m10.5Eastern Front
12/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5Dniepr River: 5-10m10.52Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NWChozki: 5000m5.5Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5S. Sarubenzoye: 3000m5.52Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5S. Grigorovka: 2500m5.58Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5SW Sarubenzoye: 3000m6.03Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7N. Trakhtemirov: 1500m6.05Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7NNW Grigorovka: 2000m6.08Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Trakhtemirov: 3000m9.31Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5SE Grigorovka: 2200m9.35Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7S. Grigorovka: 2000m9.4Eastern Front
13/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7N. Yashniki Island: 2500m15.55Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5SW Grigorova: 4000m9.32Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NW Grigorova: 2500m9.34Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7SE Yashniki Island: 2000m9.37Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7SSE Yashniki Island: 1500m9.38Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NW Rschischtschew: 800m9.41Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9S. Tschernischev: 4000m12.1Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9S. Grigorovka: 2000m12.11Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7S. Trakhtemirov: 4000m12.13Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7N. Grigorovka: 1600m12.13Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7SW Lasurzoff: 2500m14.46Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7SE Chernishoff: 2000m14.48Eastern Front
21/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9SW Dobriza: 2000m14.49Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5S. Yashniki: 4000m6.2Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5SW Yashniki: 3800m6.22Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Grushevo: 800m6.27Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Yeu: 600m6.3Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5S. Chernishev: 1200m6.34Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9N. Yashniki: 3400m12.1Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9E. Yashniki: 3200m12.11Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7SSE Yashniki: 800m12.16Eastern Front
22/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5WSW Yashniki: 1000m12.18Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9S. Grigorovka: 4000m15.12Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9E. Grischevo: 800m15.14Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9NNE Yashniki: 200m15.15Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7vorfr.u. Romashki: 300m15.2Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Rzhyshchiv: 1200m15.22Eastern Front
23/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Chodorov: 500m15.35Eastern Front
24/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7NE Chodorov: 3200m14.56Eastern Front
24/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7NW Chodorov: 700m14.48Eastern Front
24/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7E. Ivanskov: 1500m14.49Eastern Front
24/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5E. Chodorov: 800m14.51Eastern Front
25/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NNE Balnoyka: 10m14.46Eastern Front
25/10/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NE Gussenzof: 10m14.47Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7W. Voropayevo: 3500m15.05Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7W. Voropayevo: 2800m15.06Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9E. Lyutezh: 2000m [N. Kiev]15.07Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9N. Novosselk: 2200m15.1Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9NE Lyutezh: 1500m [N. Kiev]15.15Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9ESE Lyutezh: 200m [N. Kiev]15.17Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9ESE Lyutezh: 50m [N. Kiev]15.18Eastern Front
02/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9W. Zazim'ye: 1200m15.19Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NE Lyutezh: 1000m [N. Kiev]9.31Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NNE Lyutezh: 200m [N. Kiev]9.32Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NE Kasarovichi: 100m9.33Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7NE Kasarovichi: 50m9.35Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NW Glebovka: 100m9.36Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7ENE Glebovka: 100m9.4Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-7ENE Glebovka: 50m9.42Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5ENE Blistawizd: 2500m13Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2E. Moschtschum: 1000m14.15Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2N. Moschtschum: 800m14.16Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5NW Vyshgorod: 3000m [N. Kiev]14.2Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5N. Kiev: 1000m14.22Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2W. Valki: 600m14.23Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9E. Gostomel: 1000m14.45Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9W. Vyshgorod: 1500m [N. Kiev]14.46Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2E. Gostomel: 1000m14.48Eastern Front
03/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2V. Mostischtsche: 1200m14.49Eastern Front
04/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2N. Vyshgorod: 700m [N. Kiev]14.17Eastern Front
28/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2E. Kotsherovo: 30m12.26Eastern Front
29/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5W. Mestetschko: 1800m7.29Eastern Front
29/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-9S. Wnysokoye: 1700m10.32Eastern Front
29/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2NW Wnysokoye: 300m10.34Eastern Front
30/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-2N. Nebyliza: 200m11.48Eastern Front
30/11/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-291 562: 3000m11.49Eastern Front
13/12/1943Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54La-5dorf Nebryliza: 20m11.25Eastern Front
15/01/1944Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-599 114: 2500m11.55Eastern Front
15/01/1944Ltn. Emil Lang5JG 54LaGG-599 123: 2500m11.56Eastern Front
25/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-978 451: 10m8.04Eastern Front
25/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-978 423: 40m8.05Eastern Front
25/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 112: 30m8.12Eastern Front
26/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-970 663: 50m10.2Eastern Front
26/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Curtiss P-4070 692: 1500m13.4Eastern Front
26/03/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Curtiss P-4070 692: 1200m13.41Eastern Front
01/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988324: 500m14.2Eastern Front
02/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-288 351: 200m11.15Eastern Front
02/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 551: 2000m13.46Eastern Front
02/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 523: 2500m13.45Eastern Front
03/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 362: 400m11.07Eastern Front
04/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 359: 800m11.43Eastern Front
04/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 366: 150m16.04Eastern Front
04/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Il-288 352: 50m11.42Eastern Front
04/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54Jak-988 359: 300m16.08Eastern Front
06/04/1944Oblt. Emil Lang5JG 54La-588 355: 1000m7.15Eastern Front
24/05/1944Oblt. Emil Lang9JG 54B-17EG-69: 6500m [Oranienburg]11.42Western Front
28/05/1944Oblt. Emil LangStab III.JG 54P-38FD-9: 7500m [Tangermünde]14.23Western Front
08/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51UB-4: 8-10m [5km NW Bernay]16.49Western Front
11/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54LysanderTU-7: 100m [NE Caen]10.53Western Front
14/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-47AC 3: 3500m [Pacy-sur-Eure/Évreux]7.29Western Front
14/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-47AC-6: 2500m [E. St. André-de-l'Eure]7.31Western Front
14/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-47AC-6: 200m [Ivry-la-Bataille/Dreux]7.32Western Front
20/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51AC-5: 300m [St. André-de-l'Eure]16.17Western Front
20/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51AC-5: 1500m [St. André-de-l'Eure]16.18Western Front
20/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51AC-4: 1000m [W. St. André-de-l'Eure]16.2Western Front
20/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51AB-6: 1000m [N. Breteuil]16.21Western Front
24/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51UC 7-8: 2000m [Evreux]7.18Western Front
24/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51UC 7-8: 2200m [Evreux]7.19Western Front
24/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51UC 7-8: 1500m [Evreux]7.21Western Front
24/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54P-51UC 7-8: 1200m [Evreux]7.22Western Front
26/06/1944Hptm. Emil Lang9JG 54Spitfire05 Ost S/UB 8-2: 1200m [SE Bernay]11.03Western Front
09/07/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireUU-UA: 2500m [Caen-Lisieux]13.19Western Front
09/07/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireUU-UA: 2200m [Caen-Lisieux]13.21Western Front
09/07/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireUU-UA: 2400m [Caen-Lisieux]13.24Western Front
15/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-47AD-BD: 2000m12.31Western Front
15/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-47AD-BD: 6000m [Houdan-Rambouillet]12.32Western Front
19/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-47UD-7: 10m [SE Vernon]10.24Western Front
23/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireUE: 2000m [Beaumont-sur-Oise]13.38Western Front
23/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireUE: 3000m [Beaumont-sur-Oise]13.4Western Front
25/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-38TD: 2000m [Raum Gisors]13.43Western Front
25/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-38UD: 1000m [Raum Mangy-en-Vexin]13.45Western Front
25/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26P-38TD: 80m [Etrepagny-Gisors]13.48Western Front
26/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireSD-7: 5300m [N. Gournay-en-Bray]9.17Western Front
26/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireTC-3: 5500m [10km NE Rouen]9.19Western Front
26/08/1944Hptm. Emil LangStab II.JG 26SpitfireTD-1: 2000m [La Feuillie/Gournay]14.28Western Front

Known Claims : 171

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