Me -110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

 

4./NJG 3 was formed in March, 1945, out of Nachtjagdstaffel Norwegen, a unit that operated independently from Norway. The purpose of the unit was to
intercept allied aircraft over Scandinavia. Besides the Bf110G, the unit also flew the Ju88G and He219. Its last function was on May 8, 1945, evacuating
German unit officers from the surrounding areas. Aircraft B4+KA probably did not take part in this final action, because the end of the war found the aircraft still at Kjevik, in Norway. The aircraft carried FuG 220 SN-2b with vertical dipoles, and with an older type of mounting. It carried a camouflage scheme of irregular fields of RLM 74 and RLM 75 on upper surfaces, and RLM 76 on the lower surfaces. The lower surface of the starboard wing and engine cowl were oversprayed in black. This aircraft is recorded as crewed by Fw. Kurt Keilig (pilot), Fw Kurt Schroter (radio operator) and Uffz. Karl Stamminger (mechanic).

 

 

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945

Me110 G-4  4./NJG3, Kjevik, 1945