Zahme Sau (German: tame boar) was a night fighter intercept tactic introduced by the German Luftwaffe in 1943 and conceived by Viktor von Loßberg. At the indication of a forthcoming raid, the fighters were scrambled and collected together to orbit one of several radio beacons throughout Germany, ready to be directed en masse into the bomber stream by R/T running commentaries from the Jagd division. Once fed into the stream, fighters made radar contact with a succession of individual bombers and maintained contact (and combat) as far as their ammunition and fuel held out.

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  • Das Nachtjagdverfahren „Zahme Sau“ ersetzte und ergänzte ab 1944 das Nachtjagdverfahren „Wilde Sau“ der deutschen Luftwaffe. Entwickler dieses Verfahrens war Oberst Victor von Lossberg. (de)
  • Zahme Sau - taktyka walki powietrznej, używana przez Luftwaffe przeciwko nocnym nalotom bombowym w 1943 roku. Podobnie jak Wildsäu oparta była na zasadzie wolnych polowań, która przewidywała całkowite uniezależnienie nocnych myśliwców od naprowadzania na cel za pomocą naziemnych urządzeń radiolokacyjnych. Myśliwce miały poszukiwać swoich celów kierując się w stronę strumienia bombowców dzięki wskazówkom radiowym pochodzącym od personelu naziemnego. (pl)
  • Zahme Sau (em português: Javali Manso) foi uma táctica, desenvolvida a partir da Wilde Sau, levada a cabo por interceptores da Luftwaffe durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Foi concebida e introduzida em 1943 por Viktor von Loßberg. Quando era soado o alarme de um raid eminente, os caças eram recolhidos e enviados juntos para orbitar uma posição aérea definida pelo radar como sendo um ponto critico. Uma vez estando os caças na área e em constante ligação com o radar em terra, era a missão dos caças continuar a transmitir informações sobre a posição dos bombardeiros inimigos e, enquanto tivessem munições e combustível, fazer os possíveis para os abater. (pt)
  • Zahme Sau (German: tame boar) was a night fighter intercept tactic introduced by the German Luftwaffe in 1943 and conceived by Viktor von Loßberg. At the indication of a forthcoming raid, the fighters were scrambled and collected together to orbit one of several radio beacons throughout Germany, ready to be directed en masse into the bomber stream by R/T running commentaries from the Jagd division. Once fed into the stream, fighters made radar contact with a succession of individual bombers and maintained contact (and combat) as far as their ammunition and fuel held out. (en)
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  • Das Nachtjagdverfahren „Zahme Sau“ ersetzte und ergänzte ab 1944 das Nachtjagdverfahren „Wilde Sau“ der deutschen Luftwaffe. Entwickler dieses Verfahrens war Oberst Victor von Lossberg. (de)
  • Zahme Sau - taktyka walki powietrznej, używana przez Luftwaffe przeciwko nocnym nalotom bombowym w 1943 roku. Podobnie jak Wildsäu oparta była na zasadzie wolnych polowań, która przewidywała całkowite uniezależnienie nocnych myśliwców od naprowadzania na cel za pomocą naziemnych urządzeń radiolokacyjnych. Myśliwce miały poszukiwać swoich celów kierując się w stronę strumienia bombowców dzięki wskazówkom radiowym pochodzącym od personelu naziemnego. (pl)
  • Zahme Sau (em português: Javali Manso) foi uma táctica, desenvolvida a partir da Wilde Sau, levada a cabo por interceptores da Luftwaffe durante a Segunda Guerra Mundial. Foi concebida e introduzida em 1943 por Viktor von Loßberg. Quando era soado o alarme de um raid eminente, os caças eram recolhidos e enviados juntos para orbitar uma posição aérea definida pelo radar como sendo um ponto critico. Uma vez estando os caças na área e em constante ligação com o radar em terra, era a missão dos caças continuar a transmitir informações sobre a posição dos bombardeiros inimigos e, enquanto tivessem munições e combustível, fazer os possíveis para os abater. (pt)
  • Zahme Sau (German: tame boar) was a night fighter intercept tactic introduced by the German Luftwaffe in 1943 and conceived by Viktor von Loßberg. At the indication of a forthcoming raid, the fighters were scrambled and collected together to orbit one of several radio beacons throughout Germany, ready to be directed en masse into the bomber stream by R/T running commentaries from the Jagd division. Once fed into the stream, fighters made radar contact with a succession of individual bombers and maintained contact (and combat) as far as their ammunition and fuel held out. (en)
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  • Zahme-Sau-Nachtjagdverfahren (de)
  • Zahme Sau (pl)
  • Zahme Sau (pt)
  • Zahme Sau (en)
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