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Thing we did. rcises, bombing practice, camouflage and formation flying. The xmouflage of our aircraft on the dispersal fields was often superb. One 11::. for example, the General Officer Commanding, Ritter von Greim, 2: not land at Neuhausen ob Eck as he had intended, because he :z>lght his dispersal orders had not been carried out. He had not been -::t to spot the machines tucked away in the woods. ST> 20 Kampfgeschwader 'Edelweiss' By dispersal to and camouflage on the previously reconnoitred emergency fields of Biberach, Bad Woerishafen, Reichenbach, Unterschlauersbach and Baltringen, it was hoped to forestall any French bombing attacks on the normal peacetime stations.
Two French Morane fighters were confirmed shot down, with a third probable. One Section under the comparatively inexperienced Lieut Seidel lost the formation during the outward flight, owing to bad visibility over the Black Forest. The section flew on westwards, blind, and tried to find the target. The 111 Gruppe War Diary 26 Kampfgeschwader 'Edelweiss' afterwards carried the report: 'This section made an independent attack on the airfield near DBle from 17,000 feet. Three hangars and some accommodation blocks or workshops were identified.
They were given full written briefs on their targets, but were not tied down to times or particular tactics or their unit operational procedures. They were directly responsible to Fliegerkorps for putting the targets out of action. The captain of a crew made his own assessment of weather and the air situation and finally decided for himself when and under what conditions he should strike. It would be superfluous to enlarge on the dangers of these operations; one needs only to consider that these crews flew their missions without fighter escort.