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    Designer Manufacturer basic designation variant or model comments
AA 287 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
AA 718 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb Joined No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 January 1943.  Left this unit by August 1943.
AA 724 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 September 1941, three weeks after first flight.  Left this unit by January 1942.
AA 728 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 19 July 1943.  Left this unit by 2 January 1944.  Survived the war, sold to Portugal on 6 May 1947.
AA 736 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 June 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 8 June 1942.  To Air Service Training for repair, but struck off on 14 September 1942.
AA 738 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 October 1941, 2 weeks after first flight.  Repaired on site 16 October 1941, no details.  Left this unit by 24 February 1942.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 21 August 1942.  Repaired on site following Category AC damage in a flying accident on 9 March 1943.  To No. 401 (F) Sdn. on 5 April 1943.  To No. 416 (F) Sdn. on 3 June 1943.  Left this unit by 1 July 1943.  To No. 402 (F) Sdn. on 30 April 1944.
AA 739 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb / P.R.XIII To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 October 1941, 2 weeks after first flight.  Left this unit by 13 November 1941.  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost in combat on 2 June 1942, during Rodeo 69 in the Pas-de-Calais area.  P/O D.S. Hurst POW.  One of 7 aircraft lost by 403 Sdn. in this mission.  Also reported as converted to P.R.XIII in 1944?
AA 742 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron on 7 December 1942, left this unit by 24 December 1942.
AA 744 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943.  Left this unit by 10 August 1943.
AA 745 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942.  Left this unit by May 1942.
AA 746 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 17 May 1943.  Shot down by 8/JG 2 near St. Brieuc, France on 7 June 1942.  On a Rhubarb mission.  F/S E.J.V. Levesque killed.
AA 748 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 8 December 1941.  Took part in mission over France on 8 March 1942.  Category AC damage on 14 March 1942, when engine failed on takeoff from Mattlesham Heath.  Overturned on landing, repaired on site.  Destroyed on 8 May 1942, may still have been with 412 Sdn.
AA 752 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Named "Josenka".  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 July 1942.  Left this unit by September 1942.
AA 753 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 June 1942.  Left this unit by August 1942.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 September 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 26 November 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit by February 1942.  Survived the war, sold to Portugal on 18 April 1947.
AA 757 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 9 February 1943.  Left this unit by April 1943.
AA 766 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 9 September 1943.  Left this unit by December 1943.
AA 833 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 October 1941, coded "DB*L".  Loaned to Air Fighting Development Unit for trials in November 1941, then back to 411 Sdn.  Struck a hanger while landing at Hornchurch on 8 January 1942, Category B damage.  Repaired off site, to No. 167 Squadron in September 1942.
AA 834 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 October 1941.  Collided with BM123 near Touquet, France in the evening of 27 April 1942, on a Rodeo mission.  F/L H.P. Duval killed.
AA 835 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 October 1941.  Coded "KH*V".  Category B damage in a flying accident on 15 January 1942.
AA 836 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 October 1941.  Left this unit by September 1942.
AA 839 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 October 1941.  Left this unit by August 1942.
AA 840 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down during combat with Bf 109s off Le Tourqet, late morning of 8 December 1941, while on a Ramrod mission.  Sgt. D.A. Court killed.
AA 841 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 9 October 1941.  Left this unit by April 1942.
AA 843 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 31 December 1941.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 30 January 1942.  Repaired on site.  Left this unit by February 1942.
AA 844 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 October 9141.  Crashed into he sea after a mid-air with AB265 on 28 February 1942.
AA 846 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 15 November 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 February 1943.  Left this unit by April 1943.
AA 847 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 24 September 1943.
AA 851 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 November 1941.  Left this unit by March 1942.
AA 852 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942.  Left this unit by April 1942.
AA 862 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 8 June 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 14 July 1942.
AA 866 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Named "Manchester Weatherproof".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 October 1942.  Category AC damage on operations on 28 December 1941, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 3 September 1942, later served with RN.
AA 868 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 24 December 1941.  May have still been with this unit when lost on operations 6 August 1942, not confirmed.
AA 878 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb / Vc Named "Manchester Merchant Trade".  Used to test various gun arrangements when first built.  Delivered to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 June 1943, as a Mk. Vc.  Left this unit by 17 October 1943.
AA 880 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Named "Manchester Smithfield Market".  Delivered to No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 June 1943.  Destroyed in mid-air with AB897 on 21 February 1944.
AA 910 Supermarine   Spitfire LF/LR Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 February 1943, left this unit by 19 April 1943.
AA 911 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942.
AA 912 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 November 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 5 March 1942.  Left this unit by 19 February 1943.
AA 915 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 February 1943.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 1943.  Left this unit by 22 April 1943.
AA 918 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 16 April 1942.  Left this unit by 22 August 1942.
AA 920 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 5 June 1944.  Left this unit by 20 July 1944.
AA 922 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 April 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 2 April 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 19 August 1943.
AA 925 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 28 October 1941.  Shot down by Bf 109s during an escort mission over le Touquet on 8 November 1941.  Sgt. R.W. Garnder, 20 years old, KIA.
AA 926 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 28 October 1941.  took part in Circus 112b, as Close Escort, on 8 March 1942.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 11 May 1942, probably still with this unit.  Left this unit by 18 August 1942, when it was lost on operations.  Had 235.10 airframe time when lost.
AA 927 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Reported with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941 to 1943, coded "KH*H", but not confirmed in RAF records.  The report may have referred to AA922, which see.
AA 928 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 31 May 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 5 August 1942, wheels up landing following an engine failure.  From RAF records: "Failure of big end bearings No 2 and 5 pistons. Pilot unable to select wheels down until a suitable landing ground found and then under carriage selector lever stuck and he had neither time nor height to free it. Successful under difficult situation."  Landed at Condover field in Shropshire, which was under construction at the time.  Left this unit by 4 April 1943.
AA 929 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943, left this unit by 3 December 1943.  Survived the war, and was struck off on 29 November 1945.
AA 930 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 April 1943, left this unit by 28 June 1943.
AA 933 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 March 1944, for training.  Left this unit by 28 March 1944.
AA 943 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943, when a Merlin 55 engine was installed.
AA 944 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 10 June 1942.  Left this unit by 1 July 1942.
AA 973 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Named "Bihar V".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 4 January 1942, coded "YO*V".  Flew close escort during Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Left this unit by 3 August 1942.
AA 979 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 April 1942, left this unit by 9 March 1943.
AA 980 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 16 May 1943.  Shot down by flak from E-boats off Texel on 4 June 1943, during a Roadstead mission.  W/C L.S. Ford, commander of Digby Wing, killed.
AB 141 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Damaged on operations on 12 March 1943.  Originally classified as Category E, but eventually repaired.
AB 148 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 24 January 1943.  Crashed after the pilot bailed out over Cuckfield, Sussex on 16 March 1943.
AB 174 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C To No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 February 1944, for training.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AB 178 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C To No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 February 1944, for training.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AB 181 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 10 December 1941, coded "DB*A".  Left this unit by 12 April 1942.  Later converted to Seafire NX943.
AB 183 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 December 1941.  Category B (or Category A?) damage on 24 March 1942, when Sgt. Taylor was wounded in combat with Fw190s over Bailleul during Circus 116A.
AB 185 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 July 1942, left this unit by 28 August 1942.
AB 190 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb Reported with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941 to 1943, coded "KH*Z", but not confirmed in RAF records.
AB 194 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 June 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 9 August 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 26 October 1943.
AB 198 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C Named "Central Provinces & Berar IV".  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 19 June 1943.  Left this unit by 28 June 1943.
AB 203 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 24 June 1943.  Category B damage on operations on 21 September 1943.  Left this unit by 12 February 1943.
AB 204 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C To No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF for training, on 7 March 1944.  Left this unit by 25 March 1944.
AB 209 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB/C Named "Lancatria Avenger IV".  To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 15 May 1943.  Repaired on site on 27 July 1943, no details.  Left this unit by 10 August 1943.
AB 215 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943, left this unit by 4 July 1943.
AB 249 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 14 April 1942.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 18 May 1942, repaired on site.  Left this unit on 19 September 1942.
AB 267 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 18 May 1942.  Destroyed in a collision during a night landing with BM121 on 11 June 1942.
AB 268 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 9 January 1942, coded "DB*B".  Failed to return from Circus 116 A to Abbeville rail yards on 24 March 1942.  Claimed by Fw190s of JG26.  F/S (or W/O?) R.H. Gridley killed.
AB 271 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 2 July 1943.
AB 274 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 February 1943.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 1943.  Left this unit by 26 April 1943.
AB 275 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1944.  Category AC damage on operations on 6 July 1944, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 14 October 1944.
AB 281 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 8 January 1942.  Failed to return from Circus 116A to Abbeville rail yards on 24 March 1942, claimed by Fw190s of JG26.  P/O W.F. Ash POW.
AB 283 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 19 May 1942.  Destroyed in flying accident on 14 December 1942.  Had 256:05 airframe time when destroyed.
AB 284 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "DB*L".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF when it was shot down by flak during a Rhubarb near Goes-Thoeln on 5 September 1943.  F/S P.R. Carpenter POW.
AB 364 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 January 1942, coded "KH*U".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 3 April 1942.  Left this unit by 25 May 1942.
AB 365 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.VC With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "DB*R".
AB 368 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.VC With No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF, for training from 27 February 1944.  Left this unit by 13 August 1944.
AB 370 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron from 25 March 1942.  Left this unit by 15 July 1942.
AB 371 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF when shot down during a Circus off North foreland on 31 May 1943.  Claimed by JG 1.  F/O J.G. Torney was injured, bailed out, and was rescued.
AB 382 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF, for training from 27 February 1944.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AB 460 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.IX Ordered as Mk.V, order converted to Mk.IX shortly after built.  With No. 401 (F) Squadron RCAF when it collided with BR630 on 21 November 1942.  Crashed near Swanage Bank Hospital.
AB 489 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vc Named "The Narrow Bulldog".  May have served with No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 18 June 1943, but records are not clear.  Reported lost on operations 23 June 1944 with No. 401, also reported struck off while with No. 66 Squadron on 23 April 1944.
AB 493 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.VBc With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 December 1942.  Left this unit by 29 January 1943.
AB 509 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vc With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 23 January 1943, left this unit by 3 March 1943.  With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 May 1943, left this unit by 29 September 1943.
AB 522 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vc / IX Built as a Mk. Vc, converted to Mk. IX by April 1942.  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 9 to 31 December 1942.  with no. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 25 January to 10 February 1943.
AB 524 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 May 1943.  Damaged in flying accident on 3 January 1944, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 2 September 1944.
AB 781 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron summer of 1942.  Damaged on operation while with this unit, repaired on site.  Left this unit by August 1942.  Later shipped to USSR onboard "Harpolycus" on 30 October 1942.
AB 786 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 June 1942.  Left this unit by 16 July 1942.
AB 797 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 14 February 1942, in the UK, coded "AN*Z".  Left this unit by 21 April 1942.
AB 799 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942, coded "KH*J".  This may be the aircraft flown by Sgt. N.E. Hunt when he was shot down by JG 26 and taken prisoner on 2 June 1942, near Le Tourqet.  Other sources list this aircraft as lost that day, but with No. 3 Squadron.
AB 802 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 June 1942, left this unit by 27 July 1942.  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 23 March 1943.
AB 803 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 2 June 1942, left this unit by 5 August 1942.
AB 804 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 24 December 1941.  Damaged on Circus operation on 25 or 26 April 1942, aileron shot away, belly landed at Digby.  One source has the aircraft written off then, another has it repaired, returned to service, and lost ove
AB 806 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 21 October 1941.  Left this unit by 23 March 1942.  Later shot down by another Spitfire, while with No. 72 Squadron, on 1 July 1942.
AB 813 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 401 (F) Squadron from 20 August 1941, left this unit by 25 august 1941.
AB 814 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.VB With No. 403 (F) Squadron from 22 August 1941, left this unit by 25 August 1941.
AB 845 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 20 August 1941, left this unit by 25 August 1941.  Later partially converted to Seafire by Westlands, used by RN for training.
AB 847 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 20 August 1942.  Category AC damage on 5 September 1942.  Flew in Operation Oyster, a daylight bombing raid on the Phillips Works in Holland, on 6 December 1942.  Written off in mid-air with Spitfire R6897 on 28 January 1943, crashed near Alby, Lincolnshire.
AB 848 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 20 November 1942, left this unit by 5 May 1943.
AB 851 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 10 April 1942, left this unit by 18 May 1942.
AB 863 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 September 1941.  Shot down by a Bf109 during a fighter sweep on 21 October 1941.  Sgt. B.F. Whitson POW.  Had 14:05 airframe time when lost.
AB 865 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941, coded "KH*T".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 4 May 1942, to Westland Aircraft for repair.
AB 871 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 20 January 1942.  Category B damage on 8 March 1942, left this unit shortly after.
AB 897 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 October 1943.  Took part in Ramrod 312 on 11 November 1943.  Collision with AA880 on 21 March 1944.  Declared Category E, lost on operations, on 10 June 1944.  Not clear if this refers to collision with AA880, or a subsequent event.
AB 898 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 17 April 1943.  Category AC damage on operations, 25 June 1943.  Repaired on site.  Left this unit by 10 August 1943.
AB 910 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 July 1943.  Had a lengthy career after leaving this unit, including performing a circuit with WAAF M. Horton on the tail in 1945, while with No. 53 OTU  Survived the war, to civil register as G-AISU, flew in the Kings Cup air race in 1953.  Donated to the Battle of Britain Flight in 1965.
AB 917 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "The Inspirer".  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 January 1942.  Flew close escort in Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Lost on Circus 144 to St Omer, France on 28 April 1942.  Crashed near Whitfield, Kent, killing P/O G.B. Whitney.  Squadron based at Biggin Hill at that time.  Had 133:50 airframe time when lost.
AB 922 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 October 1941.  Shot down near Le Touquet by Bf 109s on 8 November 1941.  F/O J.C. Weir wounded, taken prisoner.
AB 926 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Reported with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF 1941/42, coded "YO*E", but not confirmed in RAF movement history.
AB 936 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, October to December 1941.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF when it was damaged during a forced landing after an engine failure, on 30 May 1953.  Struck an obstacle while landing at Fairwood Common.
AB 940 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 September 1941.  Left this unit by September 1942.
AB 963 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 September 1941, coded "KH*E".  Damaged on 27 September 1941, Sgt. H.D. McDonald wounded.  Repaired by GAL.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 9 March 1942, then to No. 421 (F) Squadron on 8 May 1942.  Destroyed in a flying accident on 30 May 1942, while with this unit.  Had 32:00 airframe time when struck off.
AB 973 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 September 1942.  To No. 421 (F) Squadron on 31 January 1943.  Lost on a Circus mission near Caen on 15 May 1943.  P/O C.D. Meyers killed.  May have been shot down by Fw 190s of JG2, or BF 109s near Poix.  Had 435:55 airframe time when lost.
AB 974 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "BB & CI Railway".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 September 1941.  coded "YO*S".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 29 March 1942, repaired on site.  Left this unit by April 1942.  To No. 443 (F) Squadron for training, on 27 February 1944.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.  Survived the war, struck off on 18 September 1945.
AB 978 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 September 1941.  Lost on Circus 137 on 25 April 1942, after a collision over the Channel with BL708, also 403 Sdn., on 25 April 1942.  P/O W. Zoockhan reported killed, this may not be correct spelling.  Had 182:05 airframe time when lost.
AB 981 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 September 1941, coded "KH*Z".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 10 March 1943.  Left this unit by July 1943.
AB 982 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 September 1941.  Left this unit by November 1941.
AB 983 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Singawang (NEI)".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 September 1941.  Shot down by Bf 109s of JG26 near Dunkirk on 27 October 1941.  P/O J.A. Small killed.  Had 50:55 airframe time when lost.
AB 991 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Brierly Hill".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 September 1941, from No. 5 MU.  Lost in combat with Bf 109s of JG26 on 27 October 1941.  F/O C.A.B. Wallace killed.  Had 26:45 airframe time when lost.
AB 994 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Gingerbread".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 September 1941, from No. 45 MU.  Repaired on site 7 November 1941.  Left this unit by 18 November 1941.
AD 113 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 7 December 1942.  Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron from 12 December 1942, coded "AE*Y".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron on 23 March 1943, and No. 421 (F) Squadron on 20 May 1943.  Left this unit by July 1943.
AD 114 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Reported with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942, coded "KH*W".  Not confirmed in RAF movement records, which show this aircraft with No. 463 Squadron, RAAF in this time.
AD 117 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 October 1941, coded "DB*F".  Lost in combat off Calais on 16 December 1941.  Sgt. T.D. Holden killed.
AD 121 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Records not clear, may have been delivered to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF or No. 118 Squadron in late 1941.
AD 124 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 December 1942.  Struck the sea and crashed during operations off Levistone, Suffolk on 1 May 1943.
AD 125 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942, left this unit by 21 April 1942.
AD 132 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Bihar III".  Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 October 1941.  To Westlands Aircraft on 18 May 1942, for repair or overhaul.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 194, left this unit by 5 May 1943.
AD 134 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 May 1942.  Lost off Le Havre during Rodeo 10 on 1 May 1942, shot down by Fw 190.  P/O J.R. Patton killed.
AD 137 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 2 May 1943, left this unit by 28 June 1943.  May have served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, dates unknown.
AD 139 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 1942.  Category AC damage on operations on 5 June 1942, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 26 September 1942.
AD 180 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 March 1943.  Shot down off coast of France, on beach patrol, on 22 June 1944.  F/O K.R. McCollins killed.  (check spelling of name, and date)
AD 186 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 29 April 1942.  To No. 421 (F) Squadron on 8 May 1942.  To AST for repair or overhaul on 18 July 1942, back to No. 421 by 13 November 1942.  to No. 402 on 3 February 1943; to No. 416 on 23 March 1943; back to No. 421 on 20 May 1943.  Left this unit by 22 December 1943.  Survived the war, transferred to French AF on 9 October 1947.
AD 191 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941 to 1943, coded "KH*W".
AD 194 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 21 January 1942.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 3 April 1942.  Left this unit by 10 May 1942.  Sent to Russia in March 1943.
AD 195 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 10 October 1941, coded "DB*M".  Ditched during an anti-ship patrol over Dover Straits on 13 February 1942, after being hit by flak.  Sgt. J.L. Mitchell killed.
AD 198 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 September 1941.  To Westlands Aircraft for repair or overhaul on 8 January 1942.
AD 199 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 17 March 1943, coded "KH*H".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 2 April 1942, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 31 May 1942.
AD 206 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 September 1941.  Was transferred to No. 403 (F) Squadron and coded "KH*R", when lost in combat with Bf 109s off Le Crotoy during Circus 137 on 25 April 1942.  Was part of High Cover Wing.  F/Sgt. B.E. Argue taken prisoner.  Also reported as lost with 401 Squadron on 28 March 1942, but this date does not match RAF records.
AD 207 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 September 1941, coded "KH*O".  Struck off on 30 September 1941 with 16:15 airframe time, no details.
AD 208 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 September 1941, coded "KH*L".  Lost during combat with Fw 190s of JG26 on 2 June 1942, during Rodeo mission.  Had 243:10 airframe time when lost.
AD 226 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 October 1941.  Part of rear support wing for Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  To Westlands Aircraft for repair or overhaul on 20 April 1942.  Later converted to Seafire NX966.
AD 228 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Cheshire county II".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 27 September 1941, coded "YO*V".  Category B damage on 8 January 1942.  To Westland aircraft for repair, left this unit by May 1942.
AD 231 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "West Borneo II".  To 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 December 1942.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron on 25 January 1943.  Shot down by flak while attacking a train at Le Treport, France on 15 February 1943.  F/O H.A. Westhaver killed.  Had 114:00 airframe time when lost.
AD 232 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Bihar I".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 September 1941, coded "YO*D".  Shot down by Fw 190s on a Rodeo mission over the Channel on 29 March 1942. Sgt. Pope rescued from the Channel.
AD 234 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Gerfalcon".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 26 September 1941, coded "YO*X".  Part of close escort for Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Written off after receiving battle damage on 13 March 1942, apparently returned to base.
AD 237 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Dhanabad Jharia".  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 28 august 1942.  Left this unit by 26 September 1942.
AD 248 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Reported with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF 1941/42, coded "YO*K", not confirmed in RAF records.
AD 253 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 29 September 1941, coded "YO*C".  Left this unit by 7 May 1942.
AD 254 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 28 September 1941.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 29 January 1942.  Repaired on site.  Left this unit by 1 March 1942.
AD 255 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 21 October 1941.  Crash landed at Bluebell Hill, Maidstone, Kent following an engine failure on 21 November 1941.  Originally classified as Category B damage, but struck off on 29 November 1941.
AD 258 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 20 September 1941.  Written off on 17 November 1942 after flying accident.
AD 259 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 11 October 1941, coded "DB*N".  Category B damage in a flying accident on 25 March 1942.  Left this unit by July 1943.  to no. 412 (F) Squadron on 30 September 1943, left this unit by April 1944.
AD 261 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 October 1941, coded "DB*V".  Left this unit by December 1941.
AD 263 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Miss ABC II".  Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 October 1941.  Category C damage from combat with Fw 190s over Dieppe on 19 August 1942, during Operation Jubilee.  F/Sgt. S.A. Mills wounded, returned to base.  To Air Service Training for repairs.
AD 264 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Paisley".  Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 October 1941, coded "DB*A".  Failed to return from operation over Le Touquet on 8 December 1941, P/O J.R. Coleman killed.
AD 270 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 October 1941.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Dunkirk-Lille during Circus 110 on 8 November 1941.  Sgt. O.F. Pickells killed.
AD 273 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 30 September 1941.  Collided with Spitfire BL337 of same unit during a scramble, written off on 12 February 1942.
AD 288 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 8 October 1941.  Left this unit by April 1942.  Survived the war, delivered to French AF 3 March 1946.
AD 291 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron on 14 October 1941.  May have been lost on operations on 11 December 1941, records not clear.
AD 292 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "The Cannock Chase".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 2 October 1941, coded "DB*R".  Took part in Operation Oyster on 6 December 1942, not clear if still with this unit or with 609 Squadron at the time.
AD 299 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 October 1941, coded "DB*Q".
AD 302 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 7 February 1942.  Crashed at Tain, after engine failure, on 9 March 1942.
AD 305 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 October 1941.  Left this unit by April 1942.
AD 314 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 June 1942, after being rebuilt after landing crash on 13 December 1941.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron on 3 June 1943.  To Scottish Aviation for repair or overhaul on 17 July 1943.
AD 316 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 14 February 1942.  Left this unit by 21 April 1942.
AD 317 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 October 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 27 March 1942.  To Air Service Training for repairs, delivered to No. 302 Squadron on 4 July 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 30 September 1943.  Left this unit by 7 December 1943.
AD 318 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 October 1941.  To Rolls Royce for installation of negative g carburetor on 15 November 1941, first production aircraft installation.  Left this unit at that time.
AD 319 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 7 February 1942, in the UK, coded "AN*U".  Left this unit by 18 April 1942.  To USSR in March 1943.
AD 329 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire LF Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 October 1941.  Left this unit by 19 December 1941, to have Merlin 55M engine installed at air Services Training.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron on 24 April 1942.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron on 3 June 1943.  Left this unit by 13 June 1943.
AD 331 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "National Federation of Hosiery Manufacturers".  To No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF for training on 5 March 1944.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AD 349 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 October 1941.  Destroyed when it undershot landing at Wellingore, struck off on 9 December 1941.
AD 352 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 June 1942.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron on 25 January 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 6 April 1943.  Repaired on site.  Left this unit by September 1943.
AD 355 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Reported with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF 1941/42, coded "YO*J", but not confirmed by RAF records.
AD 356 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Black Eagle".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 16 October 1941, coded "DB*R".  Repaired on site 18 April 1942, no details.  Left this unit by May 1942.
AD 357 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Leicester Division".  Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron on 7 October 1941.  Part of Rear Support wing for Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Left this unit by May 1942.  Later converted to Seafire PA112.
AD 359 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 9 June 1942, left this unit by 11 July 1942.
AD 362 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To no. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 February 1943.  to No. 412 (F) Squadron on 5 March 1943.  Left this unit by 19 April 1943.
AD 368 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF when lost in combat with Bf 109s or Fw 190s off Le Crotoy during Circus 137 on 25 April 1942.  Pilot P/O W. F. Munn killed.
AD 381 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "The Plessey Spitfire".  Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 16 December 1941.  Part of Rear Support Wing for Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Left this unit by September 1942.
AD 392 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 August 1942.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 28 September 1942, repaired on site.  This aircraft may have been shot down by flak near Petten/Noord, Holland, on a Rhubarb mission, on 20 November 1942.  Not confirmed in all sources.
AD 411 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 August 1942.  Shot down by flak while attacking a train near Airelon on Rhubarb mission to Bayeux-Airel on 28 or 29 November 1942.  Sgt. W.H.D. Spence killed.  Had 145:35 airframe time when shot down.
AD 413 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 2 September 1943.  Part of fighter escort for Ramrod 312 on 11 November 1943.  Left this unit by February 1944.
AD 415 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 March 1942.  Category B damage on operations on 30 March 1942.  to Scottish Aviation for repairs.  Did not return to this unit.  Lost on operations with No. 129 Squadron on 18 August 1942.
AD 418 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 October 1941, coded "YO*Y".  Part of close escort for Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Left this unit by June 1942.  Later to Russia.
AD 419 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Kano No. 1".  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 30 August 1943.  Left this unit by 7 September 1943.
AD 421 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 1 November 1941, coded "YO*H".  Part of close escort for Circus 112b on 30 March 1942.  Left this unit by April 1942.  Later converted to Seafire NX882.
AD 425 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Ardua Spitfire".  To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 February 1944.  Left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AD 428 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 September 1942.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron on 1 June 1943.  Left this unit by October 1943.
AD 429 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 October 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 10 March 1942.  Left this unit by July 1942.  Reported with No. 443 (F) Squadron on 27 February 1943, but more likely 1944.
AD 451 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 July 1941, coded "YO*P".  Left this unit by September 1941.
AD 457 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 24 January 1943.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron on 3 February 1943.  Left this unit by 8 May 1943.
AD 462 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1943.  Shot down by flak near Castricum on Rhubarb mission, on 19 June 1943.  P/O W.C. Lawrence, an American serving with the RCAF, killed.
AD 465 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 May 1943.  Left this unit by 17 May 1943.
AD 470 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) squadron on 22 August 1942.  Category AC damage on operations, 17 November 1942.  Repaired on site.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron on 31 December 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron on 2 January 1943.
AD 505 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Condor".  To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942.  Left this unit by 6 May 1942.  Later shipped to Russia.
AD 506 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Miss Herrin".  Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 November 1941.  To Hawker Aircraft for repair or overhaul on 15 December 1941.  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 May 1942, coded "YO*J".  Damaged in taxi collision with BM372 at Graves on 1 June 1942.  Classified Category E, but apparently repaired.  Left this unit by April 1943.
AD 509 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 November 1941.  Left this unit by 17 March 1942.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron on 4 November 1942.  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 23 March 1943, coded "DB*W".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 14 July 1943.  Repaired on site.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron on 4 September 1943.  Written off on 8 January 1944, no details.
AD 510 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 14 April 1942.  Left this unit by 25 June 1942.  Later converted to Seafire NX947.
AD 514 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 31 March 1944.  Left this unit by 30 April 1944.  To French AF on 19 January 1945.
AD 515 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 10 June 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron on 3 February 1943.  Left this unit by August 1943.
AD 516 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Named "Sir Robert".  Delivered new to No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 November 1941.  Failed to return after combat off Calais on 22 November 1941.  F/O H.A. Sprague POW.
AD 542 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 July 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 26 August 1942.  Left this unit by March 1943.
AD 556 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb / PR.XIII Built as a Mk. Vb in late 1941.  Converted to PR.XIII by April 1943.  To No. 400 (FR) Squadron, RCAF on 25 December 1943.  Struck off on 27 February 1945.
AD 557 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 9 June 1943, coded "DB*G".  Left this unit by 10 August 1943.  Also reported as shot down on 29 January 1943, while with No. 416 (F) Squadron, but this may be an error.
AD 560 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed into the sea 20 miles of Dungeness on 28 February 1943.
AD 566 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb Delivered new to No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 15 December 1941.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 9 January 1942.  To Air Services Training for repairs.  Later converted to Seafire NX922.
AD 569 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 15 June 1942.  Left this unit by 6 July 1942.
AD 571 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk.Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 April 1943, left this unit by 5 May 1943.
AD 577 Supermarine Vickers-Armstrong, Castle Bromwich Spitfire LF Mk.Vb To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 6 February 1942, left this unit by 6 June 1942.
AD 754 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941/42, coded "EQ*Y".
AD 762 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942/43.  Coded "J".
AD 767 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942/43.  Coded "Y".
AD 786 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*L".  Crashed at Boothby Pagnell, 5 miles SE of Grantham, Lincolnshire on 23 July 1942, shortly after taking off from Waddington on a mining operation to Lorient.  3 killed, one wounded.
AD 799 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed near Thorney Island on 9 September 1943, 4 killed.
AD 829 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF at Balderton, coded "EQ*E".  Lost on mission to Saarbrucken on 27 / 28 August 1942.  Crashed near Sauville, in the Ardennes.  All 4 crew killed.
AD 869 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*L".  Crashed while on a night cross country training flight on 19 / 20 April 1942, at Wispington, 3 miles NW of Horncastle, Lincolnshire, bursting into flames on impact.  all 4 crew killed.
AD 870 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF.
AD 915 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron at Waddington in 1941/42, coded "PT*F".  Shot down by flak on a mining mission off the Frisian Islands on 18 / 19 February 1942.  Ditched off Schiermonnikoog.  Crew dispatched messenger pigeon with the message "SOS AD915 F Time dispatched 21/2/42 10 o'clock Position OOSTERBIERUM Friesland Netherland OZO",  arrived at Spurn Head in the UK next day.  2 crew taken prisoner, 2 killed.
AD 960 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*G".
AD 980 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941/42, coded "EQ*Y".  Crashed 6 June 1942 on a night flying test.  Took off from Balderton, crashed during a flat turn to port.  3 crew injured.
AE 133 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941, coded "EQ*X".  Left this unit by  10 / 11 January 1942, when it was lost on operations with No. 83 Squadron.
AE 139 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost while returning from leaflet raid over France on 25 / 26 March 1942, 3 crew killed, 1 injured.  This was the first sortie for  this crew.  Crashed near Wootton, Berkshire.
AE 143 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*X".  Lost on mission to Hamburg on 29 / 30 September 1941.
AE 148 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*B bar".  Lost on a mining mission to Kiel Bay on 11 / 12 December 1941.  Crashed at Sanderum, 5 km SW of Odense, Denmark, where all 4 crew are buried.
AE 150 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Withno. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*M".  Lost on operation to Mainz, 12/13 August 1942.  4 crew killed.
AE 196 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  One of four Hampdens dispatched on this unit's first operations, 11/12 March 1941.  Returned early, unable to locate target.  Left this unit by December 1941.
AE 197 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*N".  One of four Hampdens dispatched on this unit's first operations, 11/12 March 1941.  Bombed primary target, docks at Rotterdam.  Shot down by Hptm Wilhelm Herget, of I./NJG4, on a mission to Saarbrucken on 27 / 28 August 1942.  Came down at Boussu-lez-Walcourt (Hainaut), 24 km SSW of Charleroi, Belgium.  2 crew killed, 2 evaded.  Pilot was W/C J.D. Twigg, killed.  F/O Van Den Bok received Bar to DFC on return to the UK.
AE 201 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF at Thorney Island when it was destroyed on 26 February 1943 by fire started by explosion of P2065.
AE 202 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron at Waddington in 1941/42, coded "PT*K".  Lost on mission to Hamburg on 26 / 27 July 1942.  Crashed near Tonning (Germany?).  3 crew killed.
AE 219 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941/42, coded "EQ*R".  Lost without a trace on a mining operation to the Yams area on 27 / 28 March 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AE 227 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF at Balderton, coded "EQ*D".  Lost on a mission to Saarbrucken on 28 / 29 August 1942.  Believed to have been shot down by a night-fighter and crashed at Dudweiler, 8 km NE of Saarbrucken.  4 crew killed, one evaded.
AE 244 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Balderton, c.1941/42, coded "EQ*P".  One of four Hampdens dispatched on this unit's first operations, 11/12 March 1941.  Returned early, unable to locate target.  Lost on mission to Dusseldorf on 31 July / 1 August 1942.
AE 245 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941/42, coded "EQ*C".
AE 248 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*A".
AE 258 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*W".
AE 260 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron at Waddington in 1941/42, coded "PT*O".  Lost on mining mission to Lorient on 2 / 3 June 1942.  Presumed crashed near Guidel (Morbihan), 10 km NW of Lorient.  One crew POW, 3 killed.
AE 267 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  One of four Hampdens dispatched on this unit's first operations, 11/12 March 1941.  Bombed primary target, docks at Rotterdam.  Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*V".  Lost without a trace on a mission to Hamburg on 26 / 27 July 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AE 288 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With no. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, based at Balderton, coded "EQ*H".  Lost on operation to Warnemunde on early morning of 9 May 1942.  Crashed in tidal waters east of island of Mando, Denmark.  4 crew killed.  Struck by flak near Esbjerg, while returning from target.
AE 289 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*W".
AE 314 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*Q".
AE 355 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron at Waddington in 1941/42, coded "PT*A".  Lost without a trace on mission to Dusseldorf on 31 July / 1 August 1942.  4 crew killed.
AE 360 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942/43.  Coded "H".
AE 368 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942/43.  Coded "W".
AE 384 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*M".
AE 385 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*L".  Crashed on a training flight on 12 September 1942, when it stalled while in the circuit at Balderton.  2 crew killed.
AE 389 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*D".
AE 390 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*Z".  Lost on a mining mission to French waters on 12 / 13 July 1942.  all 4 crew killed.
AE 393 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*G".  Lost returning from mission to Hamburg on 15 / 16 January 1942.  Crashed at Dalefoot, West Burton, 13 miles SW of Catterick, Yorkshire.  3 crew killed.  Pilot S/L W.J. Burnett, a Canadian in the RAF, seriously injured, had already won the DFC while commanding C flight in this unit.  Retired from RAF in 1968 as an A/C.
AE 395 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF at Thorney Island in 1943.  Failed to return from shipping strike on 23 March 1943.
AE 418 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF at Thorney Island, coded "GX*B",  when it crashed during night approach on 19 March 1943.  Was returning from patrol off French coast, all 4 crew killed.
AE 422 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*J".
AE 432 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*S".
AE 433 Handley Page English Electric Co. Hampden I With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Syerston, coded "EQ*D".  Lost on mission to Essen on 8 / 9 November 1941.  Shot down by a night-fighter (Oblt Willi Dimter, III./NJG1) and crashed 2230 at Maasbree (Noord Brabant), 26 km NE of Helmond, Holland.  All 4 crew POW.
AE 960 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "W".
AE 966 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "A".
AE 974 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Sunk en route to UK.  Also reported as serving with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "C".
AF 990 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

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