Grieslienen

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(DE) (53.36.30 N 20.21.10 E) Ostpreußen (Now Gryzliny PL)

General: Einsatzhafen with two runways. 22 km south south west of Allenstein.

History:

6 Sep 1939 - IV.(St)/LG 1 – operations in the vicinity of Warsaw ; relocated to Grieslienen; attacked artillery positions and rail targets also in the vicinity of Warsaw;[1]

Nov 1944 - 1 and 2 /NSGr 6 were at Grieslienen and flew their operations over the eastern front from there.


Operational Units: Blindflugschule 3 (satellite airfield 1 Nov 1938 – 4 Jun 1941)[2]; IV (Stuka)./LG 1 (20 Sep – 24 Sep 1939)[3]; 1./NSGr 6 (Oct – 5 Dec 1944)[3] ; 2. NSGr 6 (Nov 1944)[4]; I./KG 77 (Jul – Nov 1943[3] and 14 Feb – 12 Mar 1944[5]; III./KG 3 (26 Mar – 21 Jun 1944)[6]

Station Commands: Fl.H.Kdtr Grieslienen[3]; Fl.H.Kdtr E 30/XI (Mar – Jul 1941)[3]

References

  1. http://www.lwag.org/forums/showthread.php?t=3208
  2. http://www.axishistory.com/axis-nations/germany-a-austria/kriegsmarine/160-germany-military-other/schools-of-the-wehrmacht/4606-schools-of-the-wehrmacht-blindflugschulen
  3. 3.0 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 Www.ww2.dk
  4. Tessin teil 16 pg 37
  5. Tessin teil 16 pg 37
  6. Www.ww2.dk see also Tessin teil 16 pg 37

Fliegerhorst und Einsatzhafen der Luftwaffe - Ries & Dierich

Flugplätze der Luftwaffe 1934-1945, Lexicon aller Flugplätze von A-Z - Jürgen Zapf

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

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