PHILIPP Hans
PHILIPP Hans

 

206 victoires

178 x 29 x

 

 


 

 

Né le 17 mars 1917
Tué au combat le 8 octobre 1943 (26 ans)

 

 

   

Obserstleutnant / Lieutenant-Colonel / Kommodore

206 victoires
500 missions

 


 

 


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Hans Philipp was born on March 17, 1917 in Meissen in Saxony.

As a member of I./JG 76 (later to become II./JG 54), Philipp saw action over Poland and scored his first victory. Later during the Battle of Britain, Hans Philipp was made the Staffelkapitan of 4./JG 54.

Philipp soon gained a reputation for being a superb dogfighter, often preferring to battle it out with enemy fighters rather than bombers. Philipp's successes in combat were recognized on November 4, 1940 when he was awarded the Knights Cross for his twenty victories to date. In typical celebratory fashion, he claimed a Hurricane ten days later.

On March 26, 1941, Yugoslavia pronounced its defiance of Hitler and joined the Allied cause. Fearing offensive operations from Yugoslavian territory, Hitler issued Directive No. 25 - the subjugation of Yugoslavia and Greece. On the second day of attacks, April 7, 1941, the Grunherz Geschwader engaged the Jugoslovensko Kraljevsko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JKRV) in a massive air battle. In daring attacks, the JKRV manned Me 109s attacked twenty-six Ju 87 Stuka dive-bombers, escorted by double that amount of fighters. During this dogfight, Hans Philipp managed to down two of the JKRV 109s.

Operation Barbarossa saw Philipp's score begin to climb. On August 24, 1941, Philipp became the 33rd member of the German Armed Forces to be awarded the Oak Leaves to the Knights Cross. On a sad note, Franz Eckerle, Kommandeur of I./JG 54, was posted missing on February 14, 1942. The high scoring Hans Philipp was chosen as his successor. As Kommandeur of I./JG 54, he oversaw the early careers of many young fighter pilots, among them Walter Nowotny.

March 1942 saw Philipp reach some incredible milestones. On March 12, 1942, he became the first member of JG 54 to be awarded the Swords to the Knight Cross (8th overall). Even more remarkable, on March 31, 1942 Philipp became the fourth Luftwaffe fighter pilot to achieve 100 victories.

April 1, 1943 saw Philipp transferred to Defense of the Reich duties as Kommodore of JG 1. There he battled the growing menace of the 8th Air Force and continued to score victories as his duties allowed.

The following is an excerpt (in italics) from Eric Mombeek's book "Defending the Reich: The History of Jagdgeschwader 1 - Oesau"

Reichmarshall Goring issued the following edict after an 8th AF raid on October 4, 1943:

There are no meterological conditions which would prevent fighters from taking off and engaging in combat.
Every fighter pilot taking off in a machine not showing any sign of combat, or without having recorded a victory will be prosecured by a court-martial.
In the case of where a pilot uses up his ammunition, or if his weapons are unusable, he should ram the enemy bomber.
Kommodore Philipp's response: "As far as I'm concerned, I categorically refuse to allow myself to be held to such advice; I know what I have to do!"

On October 8, 1943, the 8th AF dispatched 156 bombers to targets in Bremen and Vegesack. The force was escorted by 250+ Thunderbolts from six different fighter groups.

The Stab Flight of the Geschwader heard Philipp announce a victory over a Thunderbolt. The last tranmission from him was: "Reinhardt, attack!" Feldwebel Reinhardt was Philipp's wingman on this day. He last saw the Kommodore's aircraft disappear in a cloud. Reinhardt was wounded after colliding with an enemy aircraft, but made a successful forced landing. Later that evening, the Geschwader learned that their Kommodore had been shot down and killed.

In the all too brief career of this dogfight artist, Philipp scored 206 victories over the course of 500+ missions.

Oberst Hans Philipp was born 13 March 1917 in Meißen, Saxony, he was killed in action 8 October 1943 near Neuenhaus in the Netherlands, he was a German World War II fighter ace who served in the Luftwaffe from 1936 until he was killed in action 8 October 1943 by a P-47 Thunderbolt-pilot. It is believed that he was shot down by Robert S. Johnson. Philipp managed to bail out but his parachute never opened.

As part of I./JG 76 (later to renumber as II./Jagdgeschwader 54 (JG 54) Philipp first flew operations over Poland and scored his first victory. Serving later during the Battles of France and Britain, Hans Philipp was Staffelkapitän of 4./JG 54 by the end of 1940.

On November 4, 1940 he was awarded the Knight’s Cross for twenty victories.

During the Balkans campaign in April 1941, JG 54 engaged the Bf 109's of Jugoslovensko Kraljevsko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo in a massive air battle. Hans Philipp claimed two of the JKRV 109s.

Operation Barbarossa saw Philipp's score begin to escalate. On August 24, 1941, Philipp became the 33rd member recipient of the Oak Leaves to the Knight's Cross. Philipp appointed as Kommandeur I./JG 54.

In March 1942, he became the first member of JG 54 to be awarded the Swords to the Knight's Cross and on March 31, 1942 Philipp became the fourth Luftwaffe fighter pilot to achieve 100 victories.

In April 1943 Philipp was transferred to Defence of the Reich duties as Geschwaderkommodore of Jagdgeschwader 1, flying high altitude interception operations over North Sea and Northern Germany. On 4 October 1943 Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring is said to have issued the following instructions after another attack by Eighth Air Force.

1.There are no meteorological conditions which would prevent fighters from taking off and engaging in combat.
2.Every fighter pilot taking off in a machine not showing any sign of combat, or without having recorded a victory will be prosecuted by a court-martial.
3.In the case of where a pilot uses up his ammunition, or if his weapons are unusable, he should ram the enemy bomber.

Geschwaderkommodore Philipp's response was "As far as I'm concerned, I categorically refuse to allow myself to be held to such advice; I know what I have to do!”

On 8 October 1943, the US Eighth Air Force attacked with 156 bombers on targets in Bremen and Vegesack. The bombers were escorted by 250+ Thunderbolts from six different fighter groups. Phillipp's flight were intercepted by P-47's of the 56th Fighter Group. The Stab Flight of the Geschwader heard Philipp announce a victory over a Thunderbolt. The last transmission from him was, "Reinhardt, attack!" Feldwebel Reinhardt was Philipp's wingman on this day. He last saw the Kommodore's aircraft disappear in a cloud. Reinhardt was wounded after colliding with an enemy aircraft, but made a successful forced landing. Later that evening, the Geschwader learned that their Kommodore had been shot down and killed.

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Hans Philipp
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Hans Philipp
Born 17 March 1917
Meißen, Saxony
Died 8 October 1943 (aged 26)
near Neuenhaus
Allegiance Nazi Germany Nazi Germany
Service/branch Balkenkreuz.svg Luftwaffe
Years of service 1936 – 1943
Rank Oberstleutnant
Unit JG 76, JG 54, JG 1
Commands held 4./JG 54, I./JG 54, JG 1
Battles/wars

World War II

Invasion of Poland (1939)
Battle of France
Battle of Britain
Operation Barbarossa
Defense of the Reich

Awards Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords

Lieutenant Colonel Hans Philipp (born 17 March 1917 in Meißen, Saxony, killed in action 8 October 1943 near Neuenhaus in the Netherlands) was a German World War II fighter ace who served in the Luftwaffe from 1936 until he was killed in action 8 October 1943 by a P-47 Thunderbolt-pilot. It is believed that he was shot down by Robert S. Johnson.[1] Philipp managed to bail out but his parachute never opened.
Contents
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1 WW2 Career
2 Awards
2.1 References in the Wehrmachtbericht
3 References
4 External links

[edit] WW2 Career

As part of I./JG 76 (later to renumber as II./Jagdgeschwader 54 (JG 54) Philipp first flew operations over Poland and scored his first victory. Serving later during the Battles of France and Britain, Hans Philipp was Staffelkapitän of 4./JG 54 by the end of 1940.

On November 4, 1940 he was awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes) for twenty victories.

During the Balkans campaign in April 1941, JG 54 engaged the Bf 109's of the Jugoslovensko Kraljevsko Ratno Vazduhoplovstvo (JKRV—Yugoslav Royal Air Force) in a massive air battle. Hans Philipp claimed two of the JKRV 109s.

Operation Barbarossa saw Philipp's score begin to escalate. On August 24, 1941, Philipp became the 33rd member recipient of the Oak Leaves to the Knight's Cross. Philipp appointed as Kommandeur I./JG 54.

In March 1942, he became the first member of JG 54 to be awarded the Swords to the Knight's Cross and on March 31, 1942 Philipp became the fourth Luftwaffe fighter pilot to achieve 100 victories.

In April 1943 Philipp was transferred to Defense of the Reich duties as Geschwaderkommodore of Jagdgeschwader 1, flying high altitude interception operations over North Sea and Northern Germany. On 4 October 1943 Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring is said to have issued the following instructions after another attack by Eighth Air Force.[2]

There are no meteorological conditions which would prevent fighters from taking off and engaging in combat.
Every fighter pilot taking off in a machine not showing any sign of combat, or without having recorded a victory will be prosecuted by a court-martial.
In the case of where a pilot uses up his ammunition, or if his weapons are unusable, he should ram the enemy bomber.

Geschwaderkommodore Philipp's response was "As far as I'm concerned, I categorically refuse to allow myself to be held to such advice; I know what I have to do!"[2]

On 8 October 1943, the US Eighth Air Force attacked with 156 bombers on targets in Bremen and Vegesack. The bombers were escorted by 250+ Thunderbolts from six different fighter groups. Phillipp's flight were intercepted by P-47's of the 56th Fighter Group. The Stab Flight of the Geschwader heard Philipp announce a victory over a Thunderbolt. The last transmission from him was, "Reinhardt, attack!" Feldwebel Reinhardt was Philipp's wingman on this day. He last saw the Kommodore's aircraft disappear in a cloud. Reinhardt was wounded after colliding with an enemy aircraft, but made a successful forced landing. Later that evening, the Geschwader learned that their Kommodore had been shot down and killed.[2]

Hans Philipp had claimed 206 enemy aircraft shot down, 178 on the Eastern front, 29 against the Western Allies. He flew over 500 sorties.
[edit] Awards

Wound Badge in Black[3]
Front Flying Clasp of the Luftwaffe for Fighter Pilots in Gold with Pennant "500"[3]
Combined Pilots-Observation Badge[3]
Ehrenpokal der Luftwaffe (28 September 1940)[4]
German Cross in Gold on 18 June 1942 as Hauptmann in the II./JG 54[5]
Iron Cross (1939) 2nd and 1st class
Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords
Knight's Cross on 22 October 1940 Oberleutnant and Staffelkapitän of the 4./JG 54[6]
33rd Oak Leaves on 24 August 1941 as Oberleutnant and Staffelkapitän of the 4./JG 54[6]
8th Swords on 12 March 1942 Hauptmann and Gruppenkommandeur of the I./JG 54[6]
Mentioned five times in the Wehrmachtbericht on (7 July 1941, 7 June 1942, 27 June 1942, 18 March 1943 and 12 October 1943)


 

 


 

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EK 2
EK 1
Ehrenpokal
DKG
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Blessé
02/09/40
Blessé
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Date Heure Type Avion Unité Grade Fonction Lieu   Remarque

 

05/09/1939 Ltn. Hans Philipp 1 JG 76 PZL P-24 7km S. Radomsko 14.15 Western Front
18/05/1940 Ltn. Hans Philipp 1 JG 76 Curtiss W. Réthel 16.25 Western Front
03/06/1940 Ltn. Hans Philipp 1 JG 76 Curtiss W. Epernay 15.2 Western Front
03/06/1940 Ltn. Hans Philipp 1 JG 76 Curtiss W. Epernay 15.25 Western Front
07/06/1940 Ltn. Hans Philipp 1 JG 76 Spitfire S. Dieppe: 4000m 20.5 Western Front
30/08/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - - Western Front
01/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - - Western Front
05/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Spitfire Themesmündung: 6000m 16.2 Western Front
27/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane W. London: 6000m 10.2 Western Front
27/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Spitfire - - Western Front
27/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 - - Western Front
27/09/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Spitfire - 16.18 Western Front
13/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - 14.02 Western Front
13/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane zw. Dungeness-Tunbridge Wells 14.03 Western Front
13/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - 14.02 Western Front
20/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - 11.05 Western Front
20/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane - - Western Front
30/10/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Spitfire Dungeness: 8000m 17.02 Western Front
02/11/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Spitfire NW Dungeness: 8000m - Western Front
14/11/1940 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Hurricane Canterbury 12.3 Western Front
07/04/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Bf 109 S. Neusatz 17.55 Western Front
07/04/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Bf 109 S. Neusatz 18.03 Western Front
22/06/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 SB-2 NW Kowno: 3000m 16.45 Eastern Front
27/06/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 SB-2 - 19.45 Eastern Front
30/06/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 DB-3 - 11.45 Eastern Front
30/06/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 DB-3 - 15.12 Eastern Front
30/06/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 DB-3 - 15.2 Eastern Front
02/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 8.32 Eastern Front
02/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 8.32 Eastern Front
02/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 SB-2 - 20.13 Eastern Front
06/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 SB-2 - 18.4 Eastern Front
08/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-15 Ostrow 3 Eastern Front
08/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-15 Ostrow 3.12 Eastern Front
11/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 SB-2 - 17.1 Eastern Front
12/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-15 Pjesna See/Porchow 20.3 Eastern Front
18/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 9 Eastern Front
18/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - - Eastern Front
18/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 14.55 Eastern Front
20/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 14.3 Eastern Front
21/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 4.05 Eastern Front
22/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 18 Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 7.2 Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 7.25 Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 11.1 Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 16.35 Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - - Eastern Front
30/07/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 16.45 Eastern Front
10/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 10.2 Eastern Front
10/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 16 Eastern Front
11/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 13.25 Eastern Front
11/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 15.45 Eastern Front
13/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 9.2 Eastern Front
13/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 9.25 Eastern Front
13/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 13.55 Eastern Front
13/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 15.55 Eastern Front
13/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 16 Eastern Front
18/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 11 Eastern Front
18/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 11.05 Eastern Front
19/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 12.5 Eastern Front
19/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 17.45 Eastern Front
19/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 17.55 Eastern Front
21/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 11.45 Eastern Front
23/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 15.25 Eastern Front
23/08/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-16 - 15.35 Eastern Front
02/09/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-15 - 14.35 Eastern Front
14/09/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 14.15 Eastern Front
14/09/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 14.2 Eastern Front
02/10/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 6.4 Eastern Front
02/10/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 6.35 Eastern Front
07/10/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 I-18 - 15.4 Eastern Front
09/10/1941 Oblt. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 Seal - 8.2 Eastern Front
06/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 R-5 SE Malaya Vischera: 30m 14.08 Eastern Front
06/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp 4 JG 54 R-5 SE Malaya Vischera: 30m 14.08 Eastern Front
17/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 13.4 Eastern Front
19/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 10.1 Eastern Front
22/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 14.3 Eastern Front
23/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 P-40 - 9.05 Eastern Front
26/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 P-40 - 12 Eastern Front
27/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 8.4 Eastern Front
27/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 8.47 Eastern Front
28/02/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 9.36 Eastern Front
12/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 9.55 Eastern Front
12/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 9.59 Eastern Front
15/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 16.34 Eastern Front
18/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 13.08 Eastern Front
22/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 10.45 Eastern Front
22/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 10.49 Eastern Front
28/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 9.1 Eastern Front
29/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 8.45 Eastern Front
29/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 11.15 Eastern Front
29/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 11.19 Eastern Front
29/03/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-18 - 11.25 Eastern Front
30/05/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 MiG-3 - 16.17 Eastern Front
06/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 P-40 - 17.25 Eastern Front
06/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 P-40 - 17.26 Eastern Front
11/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-1 - 20.25 Eastern Front
12/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 MiG-3 - 20.1 Eastern Front
12/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 MiG-3 - 20.1 Eastern Front
15/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 - 20.01 Eastern Front
15/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 - 20.02 Eastern Front
26/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 - 9.37 Eastern Front
26/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 - 9.44 Eastern Front
26/06/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 - 16.28 Eastern Front
11/07/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp 1 JG 54 P-40 - 19.4 Eastern Front
02/08/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 164: 2000m 14.26 Eastern Front
02/08/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 191: 1500m 14.31 Eastern Front
03/11/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 R-5 10 13 Mitte: tiefflug 11.45 Eastern Front
07/11/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Curtiss P-40 11 853: 1600m 7.49 Eastern Front
07/11/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Hurricane 11 752: 1500m 7.08 Eastern Front
07/11/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Hurricane 11 752: 1500m 7.15 Eastern Front
16/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-4 11 872: 3000m 11.25 Eastern Front
16/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 MiG-3 00 251: 3200m 11.35 Eastern Front
16/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 MiG-3 00 261: 3500m 11.38 Eastern Front
16/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 01 862: 5000m 13.55 Eastern Front
29/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-15 11 70: 1200m 13.58 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 28 171: 300m 9.3 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 28 174: 300m 9.55 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 131: 5000m 10 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 114: 1200m 12 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 121: 800m 12.05 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 264: 300m 12.12 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 113: 700m 12.2 Eastern Front
30/12/1942 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 141: 150m 12.25 Eastern Front
06/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 28 124: 600m 12.53 Eastern Front
06/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 28 141: 800m 12.46 Eastern Front
06/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 262: 3000m 12.55 Eastern Front
07/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Mustang 18 233: 1400m 9.2 Eastern Front
07/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 231: 500m 9.25 Eastern Front
07/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 29 743: 40m 9.32 Eastern Front
07/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 29 753: 40m 9.3 Eastern Front
07/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 29 743: 20-50m 9.27 Eastern Front
10/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 91 763: 2000m 11.41 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 114: 500m 10.55 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 113: 500m 10.54 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 123: 500m 11.03 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 113: 500m 11.12 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-16 Rata 00 263: 2000m 11.16 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-16 Rata 00 281: 2000m 11.2 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 154: 2500m 14.01 Eastern Front
12/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 154: 2500m 14.01 Eastern Front
13/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 264: 1000m 13.58 Eastern Front
13/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 244: 800m 14.03 Eastern Front
14/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 214: tiefflug 9.03 Eastern Front
14/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 211: tiefflug 9.05 Eastern Front
14/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Hurricane 10 254: 2000-2500m 11.25 Eastern Front
14/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Hurricane 00 252: 2000-2500m 11.28 Eastern Front
14/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 282: 1000m 11.55 Eastern Front
15/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 00 432: tiefflug 13.03 Eastern Front
15/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 00 431: tiefflug 13.06 Eastern Front
22/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 141: 2000m 13.02 Eastern Front
22/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 334: 600m 13.1 Eastern Front
22/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 152: 600m 13.12 Eastern Front
23/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 163: 4000m 13.02 Eastern Front
23/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-5 10 191: 3000m 13.08 Eastern Front
23/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 152: 3000m 13.12 Eastern Front
23/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 151: 1000m 13.14 Eastern Front
24/01/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 I-153 10 143: 800m 10.56 Eastern Front
11/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 274: 800m 9.14 Eastern Front
14/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 00 462: 500m 14.3 Eastern Front
14/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 00 294: 500m 14.35 Eastern Front
19/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 391: 1800m 12.1 Eastern Front
19/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 394: 2000m 12.15 Eastern Front
21/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 411: 5000m 8.45 Eastern Front
21/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Airacobra 10 534: 2000m 9.06 Eastern Front
22/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 153: 80-100m 15.08 Eastern Front
22/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 10 144: 100m 15.23 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 412: 300m 8.4 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-1 00 412: 300m 8.5 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-1 00 392: 800m 8.53 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-1 00 363: 1200m 8.55 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Jak-1 00 334: teifflug 8.59 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 00 252: 800m 9.16 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 152: 800m 10.02 Eastern Front
23/02/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 10 151: 200m 11.08 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 264: 2000m 9.07 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 28 144: 2000m 9.09 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 243: 2000m 9.14 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Airacobra 18 451: 5300m 11.5 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 194: 800m 14.32 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 194: 800m 14.34 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 361: 800m 14.37 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 363: 100m 14.4 Eastern Front
07/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 18 391: tiefflug 14.42 Eastern Front
14/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 453: 1500m 13.25 Eastern Front
14/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Kittyhawk 18 281: 200m 13.32 Eastern Front
15/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 414: 3500m 15.3 Eastern Front
15/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 364: 3500m 15.33 Eastern Front
15/03/1943 Hptm. Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 451: 3000m 15.35 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Airacobra 18 261: 5500m 10.43 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 214: 4000m 10.48 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 241: 3000m 10.5 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 244: 3000m 10.53 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 244: 2000m 10.54 Eastern Front
16/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 Il-2 15km S. Charkov: 200m 10.56 Eastern Front
17/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 421: 4000m 16.13 Eastern Front
17/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 421: 2600m 16.15 Eastern Front
17/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 332: 2600m 16.16 Eastern Front
17/03/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab I. JG 54 LaGG-3 18 361: 2400m 16.19 Eastern Front
02/05/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab JG 1 Spitfire 120km W. Haarlem 19.43 Western Front
16/05/1943 Major Hans Philipp Stab JG 1 P-47 25km north Zeebrugge 13.12 Western Front
08/10/1943 Obstlt. Hans Philipp Stab JG 1 B-17 FR-5.2: 6600m [Diepholz-Quakenbrück] 15.28 Western Front

 




 

 

 


Sources

http://www.ritterkreuztraeger-1939-45.de/Luftwaffe/rk-Luftwaffe-Namensliste.htm
http://www.geocities.com/~orion47/AWARDRECIPIENTS/AwardRecipients.html
http://www.das-ritterkreuz.de/index.php4
http://www.luftwaffe.cz


 

 


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