I have a new "grand-father-in-law'! He was in the Estonian air force, then joined the Luftwaffe when hi unit was absorbed, after the Soviets pulled out. Flew missions over the Baltic sea, then was transferred to the west in the last year of the war. He was shot down and was a prisoner of the Americans. After release he searched DP camps across Europe looking for his wife (...imagine doing that without cell phones, GPS, TV and the internet!), then had his family driven out of Estonia by the communists after they had tried to settle back to normal life.
I am told that, at 95, he is quite proud of his service and loves to talk about missions, even if he can't remember lunch. If anyone has particular questions, PM me. I am going to gather as much pertinent info as I can, as he has been having a rough time lately.