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This rime they damaged the 560 J -ton Brirish freighter Burdwan. Close on their heels came aircraft from KGI' 606, who more than made up for rheir poor performance on the previous day by quickly sending both the Burdwrlrl and rhe Kentucky ro rhe borrom. Wirh anorher of the convoy's vessels having already been sunk by Italian torpedo-bombers, only rwo of rhe original six remained to make the final dash for Malta. This they succeeded in doing, despire one la t attempt to stop rhem by about a dozen machines from KGI' 806.
Three weeks later the remaining boats of the Royal avy's lOth Submarine Flotilla were ordered to leave Malta for Alexandria. With the island's underwater teeth effectively drawn, the Ju 88s were now free to concentrate on the island's airfields in an attempt to neutralise the enemy's aerial striking with a strong escort of warships. After beating off a succession of Axis air and sea attacks in the eastern Mediterranean, the convoy came within effective range of [/. Fliegerkorps' units based on Sicily.
The crew's obvious success in the more offensive anti-shipping role may be gauged from the impressive rudder scoreboard, which suggests this could be the machine flown by Leutnant Johannes Geismann. Also just visible on the nose of the aircraft is KGr 606's 'cockerel' badge, introduced by long-serving Gruppenkommandeur Oberstleutnant Joachim Hahn (Hahn being the German for cockerell, who was killed in action on 3 June 1942 convoys ro Malta simultaneously from eirher end of rhe Medirerranean. The western force, code-named Operation Harpoon and consisring of five merchantmen and one tanker, was strongly escolTed by unirs of rhe Royal avy, including [WO carriers.