Air Intelligence Summary 1945 04 08 nr 74 (PDF)

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German Air Force Order of Battle

Enemy Opposition

The GAF Intruder Attack 3/4 March on England

Technical Intelligence – Me-163B
A Prisoner Describes the “Delta” Tailless Aircraft; Flying Wing, Horten 3

“Volksjager,” New Jet Fighter, May be He-162

German Homing and Blind Landing Beacon

New Reports on Other Enemy Equipment; Lotfe 7H Bombsight, Two-Place Ar-234s, Parachute-and-cable Rocket

Results of Allied Attacks:

Transportaion –  Munster, Wurzburg, Graz, Bruck, Hengstey, Landshut, Hildesheim, Osnabruck, Giesecke, Rheine, Dorsten, Holzwickede, Recklinghausen, Arbergen, Garchin, Unna, Prasgersko Rail (photo), Gladbeck, Coesfeld, St. Valentin, Pragersko, Gmund, Wels, St. Ploten, destroyed Bielefeld viaduct (photo)

Industrial Targets – Bocholt, Dresden, Hanover, Meschede, Hengstey / Herdecke, Zwickau, Berlin, Hanover / Linden, St. Valentin

Airfield Targets – Ziegenhain, Kirtorf, Stormede, Furstenau / Vechtel, Neuburg Airfield (photo), Plantlunne, Munich / Riem, Nordhorn, Vechta, Twente / Enschede, Varel

Military Targets – Mulheim, Gerresheim

Oil Industry – Hamburg, Bremen, Dulmen, Vienna / Korneuburg, Kralupy, Vienna / Florisdorf, Westerholt, Vienna / Schwechat oil refinery hit (photo), Ehmen

Summary of Operations 2-8 April, 1945