Erich, I have been trying to do some research on this but have ended up at deat ends on this. I have a lady whos brother is wantig to contact a Luftwaffe Airfield Kommodant/pilot. This German Officer, had this lady's brother as his "guest" for about 3 days. This German Officer, even cooked him a breakfast of bacon and Eggs. Well, this American Officer lived in this German Officers quarters for the time spent there. At first, we both thought that it was Guenther Rall, that had "entertained" this US pilot but now we think its someone else. The Germans name has been forgotten over the years, and we do not have it to go on. The info I have been told is: Apparently this German Officer flew ME-262's. He was also the CO of Holzkirchen Airfield in 1945. We think it could be Maj Wilhelm Crinius, that was the "entertainer". This German had been captured in Tunisia in 1943, and was released in a POW exchange. The American pilot had been shot down over the German Airfield and was taken to the CO. After the 3 days, this CO, then took the US pilot to a good German Hospital--keeping him out of the Gestapo's hands. This US pilot, is wanting to know what the persons name is, that commanded that Airfield in 1945, and wants to get in touch with him if still living. The German Officer is a KC with Oak Leaves Recipient--if they remember correctly. I've tried all that I can think of in trying to find answers--cept for asking you. I have to ask you as you have much better Luftwaffe contacts than I do. Let me know if you can come up with anything.