Jagdgeschwader 104

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Jagdgeschwader 104
Active 20 March 1943 – 28 April 1945
Country  Nazi Germany
Branch Balkenkreuz (Iron Cross) Luftwaffe
Type Fighter Aircraft
Role Fighter pilot training wing
Size Air Force Wing
Commanders
Notable
commanders
Reinhard Seiler

Jagdgeschwader 104 (JG 104) was a Luftwaffe fighter-training-wing of World War II.

Formed at Fürth-Herzogenaurach from Stab/Jagdfliegerschule 4 (JFS 4). on 20 March 1943, and were stationed from 20 March 1943 at Fürth-Herzogenaurach and at Roth from 6 April 1944 until it was disbanded on 28 April 1945.

Commanding officers[edit]

Geschwaderkommodore[edit]

  • Major Hans Trübenbach, 20 March 1943 – 25 September 1943
  • Oberstleutnant Alfred Müller, 26 September 1943 – 26 April 1944
  • Oberstleutnant Hans Trübenbach, 27 April 1944 – 7 August 1944
  • Major Reinhard Seiler, 8 August 1944 – 28 April 1945

Gruppenkommandeure[edit]

I./JG 104[edit]

  • Major Friedrich-Karl Rinow, 20 March 1943 – 27 June 1943
  • Hauptmann Hermann Hollweg (acting?), 1 May 1943 – 27 June 1943
  • Major Karl-Heinz Meyer, 28 June 1943 – 14 April 1944
  • Hauptmann Günther Rübell, 15 August 1944 – 28 April 1945

II./JG 104[edit]

  • Major Rolf Hermichen, 15 October 1944 – 10 January 1945
  • Major Friedrich-Karl Rinow, 11 January 1945 – 28 April 1945

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