| January - at this time the following is ready:
"REIMAHG" hospital in the Hummelshain Castle with four major sick barracks in the castle park
Shipping station with railway connection towards OrlamĂĽnde
40 tunnels each 400m long, used as working areas
75 tunnels, total length 15 km
7 main entrances
2 assembly halls, 100m x 30m
4 major steel concrete bunkers, 100m x 20m
5 large wooden sheds, 100m x 20m
The runway, 1100m x 33m, on top of the mountain with an elevator system for the aircraft
August `44 until April `45 - Allied aerial reconnaissance by the ACIU and the OSS
The factory and its role are discovered by Constance Babington-Smith, who works in Medmenham, England at the Allied Aerial Interpretation Unit.
February 21st - the first take-off by an Me262 and production of other Me262 jet aircraft start. The total of assembled aircraft lies between 20-26 aircraft.
Production is partially done in the subterranean factory, the so-called "Stelle 0". All other underground construction is still underway.
April - the US 89th Infantry Division, a unit of the US Third Army, commanded by General Patton, enters in Thuringia.
The remaining forced labourers are registered, taken care of and repatriated.
Special allied units, like CIOS and USSTAF inspect the "REIMAHG"
April, the factory is guarded by the Belgian 16th Fusilier Battalion.
In July, the Soviet military administration in Thuringia under the command of General Tschuikow, takes over the region.