Böblingen

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(48.41.30 N 08.59.30E)

General: 20km southwest of Stuttgart, 3 km west of Ortskern.

Runway: Grass

Remarks: Industriehafen for Klemm.

Operational Units:JG 433 (20 Mar 1939 to 1 MAY 1939), 11./ JG 72 (formed here 15 Jul 1939, 15 Jul 1939 to 1 Sep 1939), Stab./JG52 (19 Aug 1939 – 27 Oct 1939), 1./ JG 71 (29 Aug 1939 to 1 Sep 1939), I./JG 52 ( formed here 1 May 1939), II./ JG52 (formed here 13 Sep 1939, Sep 1939 to 27 Oct 1939), Stab./JG 54 (formed here 1 Feb 1940, 1 Feb 1940 to 8 Jun 1940), I./ JG 54 (1 Nov 1939 to 9 Feb 1940), II./JG 51 (9 Feb 1940 to 28 May 1940), II.(Schlacht)/LG 2 (27 Aug 1940 to Sep 1940), I./ St.G. 77 (Mar 1942 to Apr 1942), FFS A/B 112 (17 Oct 1939 to Aug 1943), FFS C 13 (used as satellite airfield when unit based at Roth-Kaliansdorf Apr 1941 – 9 Jan 1945). FFS A/B 43 (used as satellite airfield when based at Crailsheim 25 Sep 1940 to 16 Apr 1945).

Station Commands:Koflug Böblingen (formed 1 Jul 1939) renamed as Koflug 6/VII (30 Mar 1941).

Station UnitsFliegerhorst-Kommandantur Böblingen, Flugplatzkommando A 8/VII (? to Apr 1944), Platzkommando Böblingen, Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur E (v) 219/XII (Sep 1944 – Nov 1944), Fliegerhorst-Kommandantur A (o) 10/VII( Nov 1944 to May 1945), Luftwaffen-Sanitäts-Abteilung 6./VII, Lw-Bau-Bat 17./VII (summer 1940 disbanded)

References

    http://www.ww2.dk/

    Fliegerhorst und Einsatzhafen der Luftwaffe - Ries & Dierich

    Fliegerhortkommandaturen un Flugplätze der Deutschen Luftwaffe 1939- 45 - Mattiello/Streit.

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