Vollmer, Götz-Peter Wilhelm

Date of birth:
November 9th, 1915 (Berlin-Steglitz, German Empire)
Date of death:
December 19th, 1944 (Königsberg/Neumark, Germany)
Mentioned on:
German War Cemetery Neumark
Nationality:
German (1933-1945, German Reich)

Biography

Major Götz-Peter Vollmer was killed in a mid-air collision while assigned to a training unit for formation leaders.

Credited 150-200 missions.
Promotions:
1 June 1943: Major

Military career:
September 1939: Staka 3./St.G. 2
October 1939: Staka 1./St.G.
1940-1941: Staka 1./St.G. 2.

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Period:
Second World War (1939-1945)
Rank:
Oberstleutnant (Wing Commander)
Unit:
1./Sturzkampfgeschwader 2 "Immelmann", Luftwaffe
Awarded on:
June 22nd, 1941
Action:
Awarded for the successes of his Staffel during the battle of Crete in the summer of 1941. Its victories amounted to one destroyer and one 6,000 GRT supply ship sunk, as well as three destroyers damaged. Also contributing to his award was his personal mission count of 150+ sorties.
Details:
Staffelkapitän
Ritterkreuz des Eisernen Kreuzes

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