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Hauptmann Iro Ilk

Born: 18 Oct 1919

Died: 25 Sep 1944 - KIA

 

Highest rank reached: Major

 

LKS 10

3./LG-1

2./LG-1

Staffelkapitän 2./LG-1

Staffelkapitän 10./LG-1

JG-300

Kdr III/JG-300

Stab I/JG-300

Stab III/JG-300

 

Kills - 9 or 10 (incl 5 night)

 

RK: 21 Oct 1942

DKiG: 02 Apr 1942

Ehrenpokal: 23 Aug 1943

 

Information Source: Luftwaffe Officer Career Summaries by Larry deZeng & Douglas Stankey

 

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