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1 Becker,Ofw32/NJG-6Bf 110D-2, Bf 110F-4, Bf 110G-4
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a Halifax 5 km N of Düsseldorf on 3 November, 1943. A 2nd same day, a Lancaster at Düsseldorf. A 3rd, a Halifax WSW of Mannheim on 18 November, 1943.
2 Becker, HorstFw11/26/191918/NJG-1 (Twente)Bf 110D & E, Bf 110G-4 Werk # 720024 "G9 + LS" (lost 1/14/44)
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
His G-4 crashed at De Lutte (gem. Losser) Holland on 14 January, 1944, cause unknown (DeSwart). Pilot KIC, bur Ysselsteyn Q-10-226. Remaining crew (KIC): Obs Uffz Karl Allmendinger, bur Ysselsteyn Q-10-227 and R/O Helmut Knauck, bur Ysselsteyn Q-10-228 (Lost Aircraft Report). One known victory, a Halifax S of Hameln on 22 September, 1943, an Uffz at the time.
3 Becker, KarlOblt19/NJG-2Ju 88C-6, Do 217J EK 2, Night Fighter Operational ClaspOne known victory, a Boston on 11 September, 1942. This may be the Karl in NJG-11.
4 Becker, Karl HeinzFw8 10/NJG-11 (aka Kdo Welter & NJKdo-262, Feb.45) Me 262A-1 Werk # 500075 "Red 2" (20% dam 2/15/45; uninj emer land between Warendorf & Telgte, cause unk), Me 262B-1a/U1 Night Fighter EP,

EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
Magnus Report. 5 Mosquitos. All victories in the Me 262. Second most successful Me 262 Night Fighter pilot. One known victory, a P-38 on 15 February, 1945. A 2nd, a Mosquito on 21 March, 1945. A 3rd, a Mosquito on 22 March, 1945. A 4th & 5th, both Mosquitos on 24 March, 1945. Nos. 6 & 7, both Mosquitos on 27 March, 1945. One of the victims on March 27th was F/Lt Andre van Amsterdam in a Mosquito Mk XVI Serial: MM131 XD-J of RAF No. 139 (Jamaica) Sq. north of Brandenburg. van Amsterdam bailed safely but has not been found (R.Philips). An 8th, a Mosquito on 31 March, 1945.
5 Becker, LudwigHptm8/22/1911Dortmund, Aplerbeck44 Stuka pilot, 3/ZG-1, 4/NJG-1 (8/40), 6/NJG-2 (1/42), Stafkpt 14/NJG-1, Stfkpt 12/NJG-1 Ju 87, Bf 110C "G9+LZ", Do 215B-5 "G9 + OM", Bf 110G-4 Wk # 4864 "G9 + LZ" (lost 2/26/43) RK(7/1/42)-EL(2/26/43),
DK-G(5/4/42), EP(3/2/42),
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
MIA 26 February, 1943 in his G-4 while on a daylight mission intercepting a B-17 over the North Sea and crashing 10 km north of Schiermonnikoog Holland. Also missing was his R/O Ofw Josef Straub. It was their first daylight sortie. All victories at night. He is known to have crashed a Bf 110 at Meddo Holland, NNW of Winterswijk, on 30 August, 1940, cause and crew disposition unknown, a Lt at the time (DeSwart). His first known victory, a Wellington the night of 16-17 October, 1940, no location. He is credited with the 1st radar-controlled victory, and this may have been the AC, downed while in 4/NJG-1. A Wellington near Nieue Schans on 8-9 August, 1941. A Manchester by Shlochteren, E of Groningen the night of 12-13 August, 1941. A Whitley V by Vredepeel the night of 14-15 August, 1941. A Whitley at Oldebrock the night of 6-7 September, 1941. Another Wellington of RAF No. 115 Sq. at Blijham/Groningen on 29 September, 1941. A Whitley the night of 8-9 November, 1941, no location. A Wellington II of RAF No.12 Sq. the night of 20-21 January, 1942 near the Dutch Frisian Island of Terschelling. He began his military career as a Luftwaffe volunteer in 1934. Bowers/Lednicer, 46 victories.
6 Becker, Martin "Tino"Hptm4/12/1916Wiesbaden.58 6/NJG-2 (8/42), 2/NJG-3 (10/43), I/NJG-4, Kdr IV/NJG-6 (10/44 to end) Bf 110F, Bf 110G "3C + MK" (7/44), Ju 88G-6 "2Z + AF", "2Z + MF" & Bf 110G-4 "2Z + BB" & Bf 110G-6 "C9 + MK" in NJG-6 RK(4/20/44)-EL(3/20/45),
DK-G (5/25/44)
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
All night victories. Famous for his "serial" victories: 6 on 23 March, 1944; 7 on 31 March, 1944; and 9 on 14 March, 1945. Nos. 44 & 45, both Lancasters on 2 January, 1945. Nos. 46 to 48, all "4 mots" on 21 February, 1945. Victories 49 to 57, eight Lancasters and a B-17 on 14 March, 1945. His 58th and last victory, a Lancaster on 16 March, 1945. 110 combat missions including 27 reconnaissance in 1940 before transferring to Night Fighters. His R/O from 3/44 to the end, Ofw Karl Ludwig Johanssen won the RK on 16 March, 1945, one of the few R/Os to do so. His Gunner at the end was Ogefr Weizenbach. Survived the war. Bowers/Lednicer, 57 victories. Photo There are several records in the RAF Bomber Command Database where Becker is mentioned as the Attacker. Search for Becker in the database.
7 Becker, sicHptm1Stab I/NJG-101Bf 110G-4, Ju 88C & G
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
One known victory, a "4 mot" at Karlstuhl on 26 August, 1944.
8 Gänsler, WilhelmOfw5/22/1919Oberndorf Württemberg115Observer/Gunner NJG-1 & NJG-4Bf 110 RK(7/27/44),
DK-G(3/20/44), EP(1/17/44),
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
Although not a pilot, he was the Night Fighters most successful gunner, and famous for his outstanding vision. He flew gunner for Ludwig Becker and Schnaufer, 150 missions. His victory participations were 17 with Becker and 98 with Schnaufer. Deceased 22 November, 1985. Photo
9 Schlimpen, BernhardOblt111/NJG-101 (9/44), Stab II/NJG-3 (Schleswig)Bf 110, Ju 88G-6 Werk # 621291 (lost)
EK 1 & 2, Night Fighter Operational Clasp
Slightly injured on 6 January, 1945 during an operation, when the crew were forced to bail out near Bogense Denmark. No cause given. Remaining crew (both slightly injured): Fähnrich Alfred Wirthensohn, R/O and Karl Heinz Becker, Gunner. All were treated at a hospital in Odense. Source: Air War over Denmark. One known victory, a "4 mot" NW of Frankfurt on 12 September, 1944.
10 Skazedonik, FranzLt7/26/1923Hohenmauthen Steiermark4/NJG-2Bf 110F-4Night Fighter Operational ClaspKIFA 29 January, 1944 during an operational flight by Rhaunen, near Kirn, when he rammed another Bf 110F-4 Werk # 4704 "NL + SFD". His R/O, Uffz Hans Becker survived with wounds. Jager Blatt article.
11 Tegethoff, BernhardUffz4/4/19206/NJG-1 (Düsseldorf)Bf 110G-4 Werk # 730354 (lost 12/17/44)Night Fighter Operational ClaspKIA 17 December, 1944. His G-4 crashed at Elsloo (Lage bos Elsloo) Holland after being hit by AA fire of the 108th Haa Regt.. Remaining crew (KIA): Uffz Heinrich Becker (2/9/25) and Ogefr Kurt Behrendton (12/26/23). All were buried in a field grave next to the crashed ac. Reburied in Ysselsteyn in March 1949, T-12-299 (DeSwart & Find-a Grave by Fred)
12 Becker,Lt2/NJG-1Bf 110 Werk # unk (lost 8/30/40)Night Fighter Operational ClaspHis ac reported lost 30 August, 1940 at Meddo-Winterswijk, cause and pilot and crew disposition unknown. Netherland Loss Registry
13 Becker, AdamUffz8/KG-1Ju 88A-5 Werk # 3358 "V4 + BS" (lost 5/5/41)Bomber Operational ClaspKIA with unnamed crew the night of 4/5 May, 1941; they are s/d by Beaufighter piloted by W/Co Atcherley from 25 Sqn into the “Butcher Arms” public house at Bourne-Market Deeping near Eastergate. Four civilians and three soldiers are killed along with the German crew.
14 Becker, HorstLt4/24/1922Bluesenbach, Cologne4/KG-2Ju 188E-1 Werk # 260238 "U5 + BM" (lost)Bomber Operational ClaspKIA 14/15 March, 1944 during a night attack on London, when he was shot down by a Mosquito of RAF No. 488 Sq., piloted by S/L S.L. Bunting (DFC). The AC was struck on the starboard engine, which caught fire and the AC veered sharply to starboard and dove into the ground on White House Farm, near Chelmsford, Essex, killing the entire crew. Remaining crew (KIA): Uffz Gerhard Bartolain, Observer; Uffz Albert Lange, R/O; Uffz Gunter Goecking, Gunner 1 and Ofw Heinrich Litschke, Gunner 2.
15 Bock, RichardOfw3/KG-55He 111H-6 Werk # 7526 "G1 + GV" (lost 7/31/42)
DK-G(1/19/42),
EK 1 & 2, Bomber Operational Clasp
DK-G Awards List. His H-6 was sd by Beaufighter night fighters off the south coast of England. He and R/O Ofw Wilhelm Becker survived and were taken prisoner. See Karbe, Adalbert for additional detail.
16 Karbe, AdalbertHptm12/28/1913Barrenwinkel3/KG-55 (4/40), Stfkpt 3/KG-55 (9/40 Operation Barbarossa)He 111P-4 Werk # 3098 "G1 + BL" (dam Dreux crash), He 111P-4 Werk # 2948 (dam emer land Dreux), He 111H-6 Werk # 7526 "G1 + GV" (lost 7/30/42) RK(11/12/41),
EK 1 & 2, Wound Badge, Bomber Operational Clasp
KIA 30 July, 1942: sd by Beaufighter night fighters and went down off the south coast of England. Karbe, acting as Obs this night, Fw Erhard Schäffer, Flt Engr and Ogefr Hans Delatron, Gunner were killed. Ofw Richard Bock, Pilot and Ofw Wilhelm Becker, R/O, survived and were captured. Karbe was injured in both P-4 accidents. In September, 1941, his crew destroyed 7 railway trains in a single mission.

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