Adametz, Johann, born 10-04-1879 in Vienna, entered the Austro-Hungarian Army as a Company-Officer in the 95th Infanterie Regiment from 18-08-1898. Detached to the war school in Wiener-Neustadt from 01-10-1904 until 15-07-1906. He completing a Infanterie-Telegraph-Course in Tulln until 31-07-1913, now a Hauptmann . Personnel Adviser with the Station Command in St Pölten and Liaison Officer to the Provisional National Advisory in St Pölten until 02-02-1919.
Detached to the Army Inspector to 31-08-1928, now a Oberst. Commander of the Telegraph College, Army College in Vienna to 31-07-1929, promoted to Generalmajor on 18-07-1929. Johann Adametz retired from the Army Service on 31-07-1929, age 50. As civil service in the Austrian Federal Army, director of the Decoding and Analysis Group in the Federal Ministry for State Defence until 14-03-1938.
After the Anschluss, Connection of Austria with Germany , Johann Adametz was accepted into Hermann Goering’s Luftwaffe and became director of the Decoding and Analyzing Group in the Staff of the Commander General of the Luftwaffe in Austria, later in the 4th Air Fleet until 31-08-1939.
Appointed as commander of the 4th Air Signals Regiment and leader of the Weather Office 1 with the Higher Signals Leader of Air Fleet Command 4 until 01-01-1941 . Assigned as Signals Leader in Air District Command XVII in Vienna and at the same time commander of the 17th Air District Signals Regiment to 18-06-1941.
Death and burial ground of Adametz, Johann.
Adametz was on sick leave from 18-06-1941 until 19-10-1941 and sent not useful anymore on granted leave until 15-12-1941 as he was retired from the Service. Living in Vienna Johann Adametz died age 84 on 06-05-1963 in Vienna and is buried on the Hauptfriedhof of Vienna. Close by the graves of General der Panzertruppe, Alfred Ritter von Hubicki, Oberst and Flyer Ace Walter Nowotny and the nice of Adolf Hitler Geli Raubal, who committed suicide in Hitler’s apartment.