Squadronprint "Max Immelmann"
The Tactical Reconnaissance Wing has a great tradition.
The successful worldwar-I flying ace Max Immelmann ("The Eagle of
Lille") lent his name to this wing. In the beginning of his flying career he was
an active recce-pilot and after he shot down an enemy airplane in his third
flight he converted to a fighter-pilot. In the WW-I he won a lot of air
combat missions by employing effective air combat strategies, but lateron
he was fired on inadvertently by own atillery and died in his aircraft. Some
copies of this print are still available in the squadron.