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AG 108 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AG 109 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AG 110 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AG 111 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later with No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "HK*G".
AG 112 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X Served with No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AG 258 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X With No. 400 Squadron, RCAF when shot down by flak over Chartres-Nogent on 17 March 1943.  F/O Pepper killed.
AG 349 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*A".
AG 375 North American   Mustang Mk. Ia May have served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF.  Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*F".  With this unit when shot down by Fw 190s over Channel on 19 August 1942, near Dieppe.  F/L F.E. Clarke rescued from the water.
AG 376 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*R".
AG 377 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*D".  Missing on operations near Dreux on 21 June 1944, may have been shot down by JG26.
AG 382 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 Squadron, RCAF, used during Operation Jubilee, the Dieppe raid.  Damaged in a wheels up landing returning from Dieppe on 19 August 1942.
AG 416 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*S".
AG 433 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*Z".  Force landed in the Lens-Arras area after engine glycol leak developed during reconnaissance sortie, on 3 September 1944.  Assessed Category AC damage, but revised to Category E and struck off.  Pilot OK.
AG 444 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*V" and "RU*Y".
AG 459 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*C".  Received Category A damage during mission over Dieppe on 19 August 1942.
AG 470 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*M".  Used by F/O H. H. Hills to score this unit's first aerial victory, an Fw 190, on 19 August 1942.  Shot down over Dieppe, aircraft was based at Croydon at the time.
AG 488 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "B".  With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*V".
AG 521 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "P".
AG 525 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 Squadron, RCAF, when it crashed near Auzouville sur S‚ane , south of Dieppe, on 1 April 1943.  F/O R.C. MacQuoid killed.
AG 528 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "B".
AG 543 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*E".
AG 552 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*M".
AG 553 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*R".  Failed to return from mission near Dreux on 21 June 1941, may have been shot down by JG26.  P/O C.E. Butchart POW.
AG 577 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "F".  Shot down by flak on 29 September 1943, during Rhubarb mission to Ault area.  F/L D.M. Grant, DFC killed.
AG 582 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 400 (FR) Squadron, RCAF.  Received Category A damage during a reconnaissance flight in the Dieppe area on 19 August 1942.  Pilot uninjured.
AG 583 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "G".
AG 587 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "L".  Crash landed near Truro during an evening intruder mission on 17 October 1943.  Compass and radio failed, aircraft ran out of fuel.  F/O H.E. Walters safe.  Struck off after this crash.
AG 591 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "A" or "B".  Shot down by a Bf 109 during the evening of 28 June 1944, crashed at Bretteville, south of Caen.  F/O F.H. Bryon killed.
AG 601 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*A", dates unknown.  Category B damage on mission near Dieppe on 19 August 1942, when the aircraft struck object on the ground while evading Fw 190s.  Returned to base.  Reported with No. 401 Squadron, may be a typo.
AG 612 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*B".
AG 615 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "Q".
AG 627 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*C".
AG 628 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*R".  Destroyed on the ground on 1 January 1945 at B.78 (Eindhoven), by JG3 Fw 190s during operation Bodenplatte.
AG 641 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "V" or "B".  Reported as "B" when lost during intruder mission to Tours on 22 June 1943.  F/O J.H. Watlington POW.
AG 655 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*X".
AG 658 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "SP*T".  Issued new to this unit.  Later served with No. 63 and No. 268 Squadron, and No. 41 OTU.
AG 659 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "U".
AG 660 North American   Mustang Mk. I Used by No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "SP*W".  Scored this unit's first air to air kill on 7 November 1942, when F/O F. E. Hanton scored a probable over a Bf 109 near Caen.  Based at Middle Wallop at that time.
AG 661 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "X".  Reported as coded "J" when lost on a Rhubarb mission, date unknown.  Claimed by JG2.  F/L W.H. Gordon evaded.
AG 667 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X / IIc / IIb Used by No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in 1941, coded "YO*L".  Designated Mk. IIb by RAF, converted to Mk. IIc.
AG 670 Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. X / IIb Used by No. 1/401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "L".  Designated Mk. IIb by RAF.
AH 549 Consolidated   Catalina I Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "F".
AH 550 Consolidated   Catalina I Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "L".  Recoded "Z" on 1 August 1942, in Ceylon.
AH 556 Consolidated   Catalina I With No. 413 Squadron, RCAF from 28 July 1941.  Crashed at 22:50 on 23 August 1941, on takeoff from Stranraer.  5 of 7 occupants killed, including a USN instructor.
AH 561 Consolidated   Catalina I Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, first in the UK and later in Ceylon.  Flew this unit's first operation, escort to a tanker on 6 October 1941 from Sullomn Voe.  Recalled early, when tanker did not sail.  Flew 8 hour escort mission next day. Missing on patrol over Indian Ocean on 13 August 1942.
AH 566 Consolidated   Catalina I With No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from July 1941.  Moved to Sullom Voe on 5 October 1941.  Lost off Norwegian coast near Tromso on 22 October 1941.  All crew missing, including squadron CO W/C Briese.
AH 567 Consolidated   Catalina I Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "S".  Recoded "C" on 1 August 1942, in Ceylon.
AH 569 Consolidated   Catalina I With No. 417 (GR) Squadron, RCAF.  Operated with No. 143 Squadron Beaufighters, 10 October 1941.  Escorted convoy ON26 on 16 October 1941.  Encountered severe icing on patrol on 7 November 1941, landed at Stranraer.
AH 621 Bell   Airacobra II Equivalent to USAAF P-39D.  Operated by RCAF Test and Development Establishment from RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario when made a gear up landing near the Gatineau Hills, PQ on 21 November 1941.  Written off.
AH 751 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 758 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 785 Curtiss   Tomahawk I With No. 400 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AH 789 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "L", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 796 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 806 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "W", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 812 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 824 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Served with No. 403 Squadron, RCAF, coded "F".
AH 831 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "N", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 841 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "K", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 854 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 862 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "J", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 865 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 878 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 879 Curtiss   Tomahawk I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 883 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 887 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 891 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 893 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 895 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "B", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 896 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AH 902 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AH 903 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AH 905 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 430 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from January 1943, flying training missions from Hartford Bridge, UK.
AH 906 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AH 907 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AH 909 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 430 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from January 1943, flying training missions from Hartford Bridge, UK.
AH 910 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 430 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from January 1943, flying training missions from Hartford Bridge, UK.  Destroyed in forced landing following engine failure, February 1943.
AH 935 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIA Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AH 998 Curtiss   Tomahawk IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AJ 155 Consolidated   Catalina I Modified by Saunders-Roe.  With No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF in Ceylon.  Detected approaching Japanese fleet, radio warning before being shot down on 4 April 1942.  3 fatalities and 6 survivors, including pilot S/L L.J. Birchall who became known as "Saviour of Ceylon".  All survivors taken prisoner, survived the war.
AJ 161 Consolidated   Catalina I Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "W".
AK 119 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 128 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 161 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 163 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 186 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 189 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 430 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 January 1943, first aircraft assigned to this unit.  Flew training missions from Hartford Bridge, UK.  Heavily damaged on 18 January 1943 when a tire blew on takeoff, no injuries.
AK 194 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 276 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from September 1941, flying training missions from Croyden, UK.
AK 324 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "S", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AK 481 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "S", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AK 484 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "Y", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AK 528 Curtiss   Tomahawk Mk. IIB Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "B", from March to June 1941, flying training missions from Baginton, UK.
AK 878 Curtiss   Kittyhawk Mk. I Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF 1944, coded "KH*H".
AL 293 Douglas Boeing? Boston Mk.IIIA With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Left this unit on 12 June 1943.
AL 466 Douglas Boeing? Boston Mk.IIIA With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Left this unit on 31 July 1943.
AL 468 Douglas Boeing? Boston Mk.IIIA With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH-O".  Left this unit 27 September 1943.
AL 475 Douglas Boeing? Boston Mk.IIIA With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Left this unit on 7 June 1943.
AL 766 Douglas Boeing Boston III With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from mission on 12 February 1943, at least one fatality.
AL 971 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "S".  Later to Turkish AF.
AL 978 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*B".
AL 980 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*C".
AL 984 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*H".
AL 986 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*T".
AL 997 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*O".
AM 103 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*O".
AM 111 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 (FR) Squadron when it was shot down by flak on a Rhubarb mission south of Tholen, in the morning of 4 November 1943.  S/L H.P. Peters, DFC killed when he bailed out from very low altitude.
AM 125 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*W".
AM 126 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "D".
AM 129 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "M".
AM 151 North American   Mustang Mk. Ia With No. 400 (FR) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on reconnaissance sortie over Dieppe on 19 August 1942.  P/O D.G. Burlingham killed.
AM 160 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*T", later "RU*Y".  Lost during Rhubarb mission in Paris area, late afternoon of 21 August 1943.  Pilot F/O L.P. Theriault destroyed a Ju 88, but then struck an obstruction and was killed.
AM 163 North American   Mustang Mk. I With no. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost when it struck the ground in fog during Rhubarb over France on 6 November 1943.  F/O J.R. Wardrope killed.
AM 170 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*P".
AM 184 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "N".
AM 187 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "J".  Struck by flak near Verneuil, France during a Rhubarb mission on 16 July 1943.  Pilot bailed out over Friston, injured.
AM 196 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed into sea off Le Havre during dogfight with JG 2 on 30 June 1943.  F/O R.G. McKessock killed.
AM 200 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by flak over Airel, France during a morning Rhubarb mission on 2 June 1943.  F/O T.M. Pethick killed.
AM 214 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed into the sea off Holland after engine problems.  F/O B. Emmerson killed.
AM 227 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*L".
AM 228 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*N".
AM 237 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "E".  With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*K".
AM 248 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*J".
AM 251 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*O".  Lost during a reconnaissance mission to Le Beney Bocage area on 18 June 1944, claimed by JG26.  F/O R.A. Bromley killed.
AM 256 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "Y".  Crashed at Ipinay during a Rhubarb mission on 2 June 1943, claimed by JG2.  F/O R.W. Clarke killed.
AM 525 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*A".
AM 551 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V With No. 407 Squadron, RCAF when it failed to return from patrol on 20 January 1943.  Last reported position was 40 miles off Orfordness.
AM 556 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (CS) Squadron, RCAF 1941, coded RR*E".  Made this unit's first attack, on a motor vessel north of Borkum on 7/8 September 1941.  No observed results.  Flown by squadron CO W/C Styles on this mission.  Shot down over North Sea on 5 December 1941.
AM 586 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*T".
AM 597 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*F".
AM 598 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/42, coded RR*P".  Was reported as "RR*D" when it failed to return from a strike mission on 12 or 14 February 1942.
AM 602 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*M".  Crashed while attempting to land at Donna Nook on 22 January 1942, after returning early from a strike mission.  Bombs went off after crashing, killing all the crew and 13 rescuers.
AM 614 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*N".
AM 619 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*Q".
AM 626 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*K".  Attacked convoy NW of Ameland on 30 September 1941, one hit.  Returned early from mission on 31 January 1942, due to turret u/s.
AM 627 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*J".
AM 649 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*R".
AM 650 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*D".
AM 679 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*B".
AM 684 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V With no. 407 Squadron, RCAF, coded "RR*O".  Shot down off Hanstholm harbour, Denmark, on 5 April 1942.  3 crew killed.  Had departed Bircham Newton, UK, on Operation Saucer.  Was attacking small German vessel VP 1211, shot down by cannon fire from this ship.
AM 696 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V With No. 407 Squadron, RCAF, possibly coded "RR*D".  Lost over North Sea on 6 April 1942.  4 crew killed.  NOTE:  some sources record this aircraft as being with 233 Squadron, RAF at time of loss.  Has this aircraft been confused with AM684?
AM 701 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*V".
AM 731 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941, coded RR*H".  Lost on 15 December 1941, during anti-shipping mission on the Dutch coast.  All 4 crew killed.
AM 732 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*S".
AM 811 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*H".
AM 812 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*S".
AM 838 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/42, coded RR*L".  Night Rover mission to Den Helder and Natvik on 19 January 1942.  Returned to Den Helder and Totersand on 22 January 1942, crashed at Bircham on return.  Repaired on site, returned to North Coates on 24 January 1942.
AM 841 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*E".  Tasked with submarine hunt off Norway on 16 January 1942.  Flew Rover mission, Hook to Texel, 7 February 1942.
AM 864 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) With No. 407 Squadron, RCAF when lost in 1942.  Reported as "RR*R" at time of loss.
AM 906 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. V(L.R.) Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF c.1941/43, coded RR*O".
AN 124 Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group) Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942/43.  Coded "K".
AN 153 Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Ontario group) Hampden Mk. I With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF at Thorney Island, coded "GX*B".  Lost on anti-shipping strike on 17/18 May 1943, crashed in North Sea off Dutch coast.  All 4 crew killed.
AP 172 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 Squadron, RCAF.  Engaged by Fw 190s of 8/JG2 while escorting naval vessel south of Scilly Isles on 6 June 1943, shot down.  F/O L.A. Doherty killed.
AP 173 North American   Mustang Mk. I Used by No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "SP*M", from Middle Wallop.  Scored this unit's first locomotive kills on 27 November 1942, when F/O D. M. Grant was credited with 3 locomotives over the Cherbourg peninsula.
AP 178 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*J".
AP 179 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*F".
AP 180 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*E".
AP 186 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*Y".
AP 188 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*O".  Hit by flak during a reconnaissance mission on 3 December 1944, pilot bailed out safely.
AP 191 North American   Mustang Mk. I Served with No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "O".  Lost on operations near Courbon on 3 January 1944.  F/O W.H. Jessiman killed.
AP 197 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*Z".  Shot down by Fw 190 of JG26 near Dunkirk on 8 September 1943, during a reconnaissance mission.  F/O R.E. Baker killed.
AP 204 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*X".
AP 206 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by Spitfires while on "Instep" patrol south of Scilly Isles on 17 June 1943.  F/O F.L. Vaupel killed.
AP 211 North American   Mustang Mk. I Operated by No. 414 (FR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RU*V".
AP 235 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 430 (FR) Squadron, RCAF c.1943/44, coded "G9*X".  Reported as coded "A" when lost on 17 June 1944.  Shot down by Fw 190 between Conde and Hers while on reconnaissance mission.  F/L R.B. Moore killed.
AP 259 North American   Mustang Mk. I Used by No. 400 Squadron, RCAF, coded "SP*R", from Dunsford.  Scored this unit's first confirmed air to air kill on 13 April 1943.  Shot down Do 217 at night, in circuit of German air base south of Paris.
AP 261 North American   Mustang Mk. I With No. 414 Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by flak over Fervacques on 11 November 1943.  P/O O.S. Peck killed.
AR 274 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 19 May to 6 August 1942.
AR 275 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 April 1943.  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 17 October 1943.  Left this unit on 27 April 1944.
AR 283 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 December 1943 to 10 February 1944.
AR 296 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 30 June 1943 to 25 January 1944.
AR 320 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 16 April to 5 August 1942, coded "YO*W".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 March 1943.  Category AC flight accident on 14 March 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit on 30 June 1943.
AR 330 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 21 to 26 July 1943.
AR 331 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943.  Category AC flying accident on 2 July 1943, repaired on site.  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 18 August 1943.  Left this unit by February 1944.
AR 334 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost in combat on 2 June 1942, during Rodeo 69 in the Pas-de-Calais area.  W/O D.G. Campbell POW.  One of seven aircraft lost by 403 Sdn. on this mission.  Also reported as lost on 19 August 1942 in collision with AR439 over Dieppe?
AR 337 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 4 March 1944.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 to 11 June 1944.
AR 338 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 April 1943.  Category AC flying accident on 18 April 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 12 June 1943.
AR 343 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 14 August 1943.
AR 345 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost in combat with Fw 190s of JG 26 on 2 June 1942, during Rodeo 69 in the Pas-de-Calais area.  P/O L.J. Somers POW.  One of 7 seven aircraft lost by 403 Sdn. in this mission.  Also reported as lost in combat on 11 July 1942?
AR 366 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 2 to 20 November 1942.  Sold to Portuguese AF post war.
AR 368 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF based at North Weald from 1 April 1942.  Shot down by fighters on 25 April 1942, off Le Crotoy, during Circus 137.  Was part of High Cover Wing.  P/O W.F. Munn killed.
AR 375 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 August 1942.  To No. 408 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 August 1942.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron from 3 June to 18 July 1943.  With No. 443 (F) Squadron, RCAF for training 27 February to 30 March 1944.
AR 376 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 February 1943.  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 19 August to 17 October 1943.  To French AF in 1945.
AR 383 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 7 July 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 27 September 1943, repaired on site.  Part of fighter escort for Ramrod 312 on 11 November 1943.  Left this unit by 17 August 1944.
AR 389 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, exact dates and fate not clear.
AR 392 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 April 1943.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 May 1943.  To No. 406 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 June 1943.  Left this unit by 13 November 1943.
AR 395 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 June 1943.  Category AC damage on operations 3 October 1943.  Left this unit by 3 December 1943.
AR 401 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb Delivered new to No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 May 1942.  Damaged when it struck the water on 30 July 1942.  Forced landing near Hailsham, Sussex, apparently never repaired.  Struck off 11 September 1942.
AR 404 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 April 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 16 May 1943, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 9 September 1943.  Sold to Portuguese AF post war.
AR 405 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 1 October 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 February 1943.  Left this unit by 30 June 1943.
AR 430 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 4 June to 11 August 1942.  Used by No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 13 September 1942, coded "AU*Z".  Category AC damage on operation 27 October 1942, repaired on site.  Had left this unit before it was destroyed in a mid-air on 19 April 1943.
AR 436 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF in June 1942.
AR 437 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 June 1942.  Shot down by Fw 190s near Dieppe during Operation Jubilee, on 19 August 1942.  P/O N. Monchier killed.
AR 438 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 June 1942.  Category AC damage on operations in 1943, repaired on site.  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF when it received Category AC damage in a flying accident on 12 April 1943.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 June 1943.
AR 439 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 June 1942.  Lost in combat on 2 June 1942, during Rodeo 69 in the Pas-de-Calais area.  Sgt. H.E. Hunt POW.  One of 7 seven aircraft lost by 403 Sdn. in this mission.  Also reported as lost over Dieppe during Operatio
AR 440 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 June 1942.  Struck off after flying accident on 22 September 1942.  Had 145:45 flying time.
AR 441 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 14 June to 19 August 1943.
AR 452 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 414 (F) Squadron, RCAF in July 1944.
AR 454 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vb With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF June 1942.
AR 463 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1944.
AR 491 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 24 December 1943.  Left this unit by September 1944.
AR 493 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 19 June 1943.  Part of fighter escort for Ramrod 32 on 11 November 1943.  Classified as instructional airframe by January 1944.
AR 500 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 January 1943.  To No. 427 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 31 January 1943.
AR 501 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 422 Squadron, RCAF on 27 February 1944, left this unit by 30 March 1944.  To civil register post-war as G-AWII.  Part of the Shuttleworth Collection.
AR 504 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 27 February 1944 for training.  Had left this unit by 30 March 1944.
AR 505 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 April 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 24 August 1943, repaired on site.  Forced landing at Barnerk Park, Surrey after engine failure on 11 November 1943, struck off.
AR 515 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 May to 28 June 1943.  2 reports on fate of aircraft:  Category E on 8 February 1944 while with 317 Squadron, RAF; OR Category E on 3 July 1944 while with No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
AR 516 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 May 1943.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 June 1943.  Part of fighter escort for Ramrod 312 on 11 November 1943.  Left this unit by 16 March 1944.
AR 517 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron from 18 June 1943.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 30 June 1943.  Left this unit by 22 March 1944.
AR 521 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 24 April 1943.  Failed to return from Rhubarb mission to St. Brieuc, morning of 7 June 1943.  Sgt. R.H. MacLean killed.
AR 522 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 23 April 1943.  Lost during patrol off Land's End on 17 June 1943, F/O L.W. Powell DFC killed.  This is reported as a flying accident, and as friendly fire from a Mustang.
AR 528 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 11 April 1943.  to No. 401 Squadron, RCAF on 1 June 1943.  Damaged in a flying accident on 14 August 1944, written off on 30 August 1944.
AR 529 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 14 May 1943.  Damaged on operations while with this unit, repaired on site.  Left this unit by 20 November 1943.
AR 550 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 14 April to 4 October 1943.  With No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF for training from 27 February to 25 March 1944.
AR 552 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF briefly for training from 27 February.
AR 553 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc Reported with No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF in Middle East, not confirmed.
AR 604 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 April 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 25 August 1943, repaired on site.  Part of escort for Ramrod 312 on 11 November 1943.  Left this unit by 22 May 1944.
AR 616 Supermarine Westland Spitfire Mk. Vc With No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF for training, 27 February to 30 March 1944.
AT 113 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*A".  Crashed at 15:16 on 29 July 1942, in an oat field 2 miles south-east of airfield.  Was on an air test in preparation for operation against Saarbruken that night.  4 fatalities, including two Air Training Command cadets, both 16 years old.
AT 114 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "D".  Converted to torpedo bomber.
AT 120 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from mission to Essen on 12/13 April 1942.  Took off from Balderton at 21:29, last radio report at 04:22.  Presumed to have come down in North Sea.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 128 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*G".  Shot down near Neuss on mission to Dortmund, 14/15 April 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 130 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*S".  Shot down by flak on mission to Emden on 21/22 January 1942.  Crashed near Pietersbierum, Friesland, Holland.  All 4 crew POW, including pilot S/L V.T.L. Wood, commander of B Flight.  This was first raid by 420 Squadron aircraft.
AT 132 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*U".
AT 133 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost without a trace on mission to Cherbourg, 14/15 December 1941.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 134 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*K".  Lost without a trace on mission to Fuller, 21/22 January 1942.  Took off from Waddington at 14:45.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 135 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*R".  Later converted to torpedo bomber.
AT 136 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*N".  Lost without a trace on mission to Essen, 8/9 June 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 139 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*A".  Crashed into the Waddenzee, Holland during mission to Duisburg, 21/22 July 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 144 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on mission to Warnemunde, 8/9 May 1942.  Struck by flak, and crashed near Rostock.  2 crew killed, 2 POW.
AT 152 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "S".
AT 154 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*B".  Shot down by night fighter from II./NJG2 during mission to Essen, 2/3 June 1942.  Crashed at 01:06 local in the Ijsselmeer, east of Medemblik.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 176 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF.  Lost without a trace on mining mission to "Yams" area (Rivers Jade and Weser estuaries) on 26/27 March 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 180 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*B".
AT 185 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by night fighter of II./NJG2 at 00:59 on 21 June 1942, on mission to Emden.  Crashed north of Dutch island of Ameland.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 186 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed at Clifton Pastures, Nottinghamshire at 14:40 on 11 April 1942, on training flight.  No injuries.
AT 189 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*G".  Lost on mine laying operation to "Artichokes" area, off Lorient, 18/19 June 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 191 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*A".  Lost during 1000 bomber raid on Essen on 1/2 June 1942, only Hampden lost on this raid.  Shot down by night fighter from II./NJG2, crashed into Ijsselmeer,  All 4 crew killed, including F/S F.J.E. Womar, DFM, who was on his 56th mission.  All now buried in Holland.  Based from RAF Balderton for this mission.  Wreckage located in Holland, June 1961, and recovered by R. Netherlands AF.
AT 193 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Converted to torpedo bomber.  Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "R".  Crashed at Thorney Island on 1 November 1942, on return from a strike mission.  2 fatalities, 2 injured.  Crew fatigue listed as contributing cause.  Several crew recommended for medals for rescue actions after the crash, but none awarded.
AT 220 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*G".  Destroyed by fire at Balderton on 3 June 1942, caught fire while refueling.
AT 224 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*A".  Shot down by flak off east coast of Jutland, Denmark during mining mission to "Pumpkin" area (north end of the Great Belt) on 15/16 May 1942.  All 4 crew killed, including pilot F/S R.J. Dillon, an American in the RCAF.
AT 227 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*L".  Collided with night fighter of II./NJG2, 50 kilometres north-west of Vlieland, on mission to Moling on 19 July 1942.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 228 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron in 1941/42, coded "PT*P".  Later with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF.  Was coded "EQ*U" when lost on mission to Saarbrucken on 28/29 August 1942.  Crashed near Liesse (now Aisne?), near Laon, France.  All 4 crew killed.
AT 229 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "GX*V".  One of three aircraft that took part in this unit's first attack on enemy shipping on 29 May 1942, operating out of Thorney Island, UK.  Failed to return from a torpedo strike near the Frisian Islands, summer of 1942.
AT 230 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "L".
AT 232 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Converted to torpedo bomber.  Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "GX*A".  One of two aircraft flown operationally on the first day this unit saw service, 27 April 1942, patrolling out of St. Eval, Cornwall.  Sighted several Spanish fishing trawlers.  Crashed on beach near Thorney Island on 23 March 1943.
AT 233 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "B".
AT 234 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "C".
AT 235 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "GX*P".  Flew on this unit's first day of operation, 27 April 1942.  Lost on operations 2 July 1942, 2 crew killed.
AT 236 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "GX*R".  One of three aircraft that took part in this unit's first attack on enemy shipping on 29 May 1942, operating out of Thorney Island, UK.  Shot down on this mission by flak from convoy attacked, the squadron's first operational loss.  Came down in sea near Vlieland.  All crew lost.  Reported to be first operational loss of Hampden torpedo bomber.
AT 238 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "O".
AT 239 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*T".  One of three aircraft that took part in this unit's first attack on enemy shipping on 29 May 1942, operating out of Thorney Island, UK.
AT 240 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "D".
AT 242 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "F".
AT 243 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Converted to torpedo bomber.  Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "N".  Detached from St. Eval to North Coates in May 1942.  Took part in a convoy strike from here on 27/28 May 1942.  Damaged by AA fire, but completed attack.  Crashed on landing back at North Coates, no injuries.
AT 244 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Converted to torpedo bomber.  Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "GA*M".  One of two aircraft flown operationally on the first day this unit saw service, 27 April 1942, patrolling out of St. Eval, Cornwall.  No ships sighted.
AT 245 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*U".  Failed to return from a torpedo strike near the Frisian Islands, 28 June 1942.  Pilot W/O I.W. Garfin killed, other crew POW.
AT 247 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "W".  Failed to return from non-operational mission on 12 March 1942.  One crew body later found off Isle of Wight.
AT 248 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "J".   Crashed during takeoff on 9 March 1942, no injuries.  Apparently repaired, later served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*A".  Shot down by night fighter of II./NJG2 on mission to Bremen on 2/3 July 1942.  Crashed at 02:30 local at Koudum, Friesland, 18 kilometres south-west of Sneek, Holland.  One crew POW, other 3 killed.
AT 250 Handley Page English Electric Hampden Mk. I Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1942/43, coded "K".
AT 437 Handley Page   Hampden Mk. I Reported with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*U", but this serial was not issued.  Possibly AT237?
AW 219 Bristol Bristol, Filton Beaufort Mk. I Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF for training in  1941/42, coded "C".
BB 212 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II Operated by No. 405 Squadron, RCAF at Topcliffe, UK, coded "LQ*U".  Shot down by night fighter during attack on Stuttgart 11/12 March 1943.  Shot down at 17,000 feet by an Me 110, prior to reaching target.  6 crew POW, 1 fatality.
BB 250 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II Operated by No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, from Topcliffe, UK, coded "LQ*E", when lost.  Shot down by night fighter during attack on Stuttgart, 11 / 12 March 1943.  Was home bound at 15,000 feet when attacked.  Crashed at Mondrepuis, 20 kilometres north-north-east of Vervins, France.  2 fatalities, one POW, 5 crew members evaded.
BB 283 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*O".  Slightly damaged by fighter attack during mission to Wilhelmshaven, 24/25 February 1943.  Failed to return from mission to St. Nazaire, France on 28/29 March 1943.  Shot down near Nantes.  All crew missing.
BB 311 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II Used by No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*L".  Shot down by night fighter during mission to Stuttgart, 14/15 April 1943.  Shot down by a night fighter (possibly flown by Lt. Helmut Bergmann of Stab.III/NJG4) on the homeward trip and crashed at Montescourt-Lizerolles (near Aisne), France.  6 crew POW, 1 fatality.
BB 323 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*R".  Bombed Pilsen on 16 / 17 April 1943.  Attacked Wuppertal 29/30 May 1943.  Bombed Bochum on 12/13 June 1943.  Had 2 encounters with night fighters on return trip, claiming a Ju 88 destroyed at 02:20 over Holland.  Shot down by night fighter during attack on Aachen on 13 / 14 July 1943.  Crew bailed out, crashed near Venlo (Limburg), Holland.  6 crew POW, 1 fatality.
BB 327 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 419 Squadron, RCAF at Middleton St. George, coded "VR*Q".  Failed to return from mission to Duisburg, 8/9 April 1943.  Crashed near Bochum.  1 crew POW, 6 fatalities.
BB 332 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 408 Squadron, RCAF at Leeming, coded "EQ*H".  Hit by flak near Hannover on mission to  Berlin, 27/28 March 1943.  Both port engines damaged, holes in fuel tanks.  Crew bailed out over Sweden, repatriated in April 1943.  Plane came down near Blidb
BB 336 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 408 Squadron, RCAF at Leeming, coded "EQ*O".  Struck by flak on mission to Kiel on 4/5 April 1943, exploded over the sea.  One crew POW, remaining 6 killed.
BB 343 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 408 Squadron, RCAF at Leeming, coded "EQ*X".  Failed to return from mission to Pilsen on 16 / 17 April 1943, crashed near Liesse, 12 kilometers north-east of Laon, France.  All crew killed.
BB 375 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II With No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*T".  Shot down by night fighter during attack on Krefeld on 21/22 June 1943. 5 fatalities, 2 POW.  Parts of wreckage recovered from Lop river near Lopik, Holland in 1945, used to build memorial to crew (see http://www.a1.nl/nfla/BB375.html).
BB 376 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*G".  Attacked Duisburg on 12/13 May 1943.  Attacked by unidentified aircraft but returned to base.  Failed to return from mission to Bochum (or Hannover?) on 29/30 September 1943.  Lost without a trace, all crew killed.
BB 384 Handley Page the London Aircraft Production Group Halifax B.Mk. II Served with No. 409 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*L".  Diverted to Dinsdale due to low fuel after raid on Dortmund on 23/24 May 1943.  Crash landed 2 miles from airfield after running out of fuel, no injuries.
BD 709 Hawker Hawker, Brooklands Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 1 / 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
BD 716 Hawker Hawker, Brooklands Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 1 / 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
BD 779 Hawker Hawker, Brooklands Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, in Egypt, coded "AN*B".
BE 402 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIc Served with No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "W".  Written off on 17 April 1942.
BE 417 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*K".
BE 419 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*P".  Scrambled off Plymouth on 17 February 1942, crashed landed out of fuel, Category B damage.  Left this unit by June 1942.
BE 424 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*R".  Left this unit by June 1942, when it was lost while with NO. 175 Squadron, RAF.
BE 471 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Scrambled off Plymouth on 17 February 1942, damaged in combat with Bf 109.  F/Sgt Emberg landed back at base, Category B damage.  After repairs sent to Russia in August 1942.
BE 472 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from Ramrod mission in afternoon of 11 November 1941.  Sgt. M.R.R. Vair killed.
BE 477 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*S".
BE 478 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*O".
BE 483 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF when shot down by flak off Cherbourg, during an anti-shipping strike on 2 January 1942.  Also reported as shot down by fighter on this mission.  Sgt. B.P. O'Neill killed.
BE 485 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AE*W", in 1941.  Photo of this aircraft armed with bombs in "RCAF Squadrons and Aircraft".  Had left this unit before being lost on 17 April 1942.
BE 488 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF
BE 489 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF
BE 492 Hawker Hawker, Langley Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF
BF 600 Fairey   Albacore Mk. I Operated by the Albacore Flight of No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, c.1943/44, coded "NH*P1".
BG 707 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
BH 131 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Hurricane Mk. IIb With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
BJ 602 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*J".  Lost without a trace on 4/5 September 1942, on mission to Bremen.  All 5 crew killed.
BJ 604 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A".  Later with No. 427 Squadron, coded "ZL*A" when lost.  Overshot daylight landing at Middleton St. George on 8 January 1943, came to rest on train tracks.  Crew evacuated without injury, but aircraft was then struck by train, killing one civilian and injuring another.  First accident to a No. 6 Group aircraft.
BJ 605 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*J".  Crashed on landing and written off after mining mission to Frisian Islands on 10 January 1943, no injuries.
BJ 644 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*Q".
BJ 652 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*E".  Mining operation near Frisian Islands, 9/10 January 1943.  Daylight mission to Essens 23 January 1943, returned early with flak damage.  Daylight attack on Oldenberg, 30 January 1943, attacked by Ju 88 while homeward bound at 49-15N 03-05W.  Bombed Turin, Italy (or Lorient, France?) 4/5 February 1943.
BJ 657 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF at Dishforth, coded "KW*G".  Lost without a trace on mission to Mannheim, 6/7 December 1942.  All 5 crew killed.
BJ 658 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF at Topcliffe, coded "QB*Q".  Bombed docks at Lorient, France 29/30 January 1943, claimed some hits on attacking enemy aircraft.  Failed to return from mining mission 6 / 7 February 1943, all crew killed.
BJ 668 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington Mk. III Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*X".  Later with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF when lost, coded "ZL*X".  Failed to return from raid on Lorient, France on 4/5 February 1943.  Hit by flak, crashed at Ploemeur, 4 kilometers west-south-west of Lorient.  4 fatalities, 1 POW.
BJ 699 Vickers Vickers, ChesterQ Wellington Mk. III Operated by No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*R".  Mission to Lorient, France on 15/16 January 1943.
BJ 712 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'QB*E', in the UK 1942/43.
BJ 714 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'QB*F'.  Failed to return from attack at Lorient on 26 / 27 January 1943, 3 crew killed, 3 POW.  Crashed near Ereac, France (8 kilometres south-west of Brons).
BJ 715 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 429 Squadron, RCAF.  Returned early from attack on Lorient after intercom failure on 26 January 1943.
BJ 717 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'PT*Q'.
BJ 755 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*D".  Served with No. 429 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*Z' .  Mining operation to "Nectarine" on 25 February 1943.  Bombed St. Nazarine on 28 February 1943.  Mining operation to "Nectarine" on 2 March 1943.  Bombed Hamburg on 3 March 1943.  Air sea search on 4 March 1943.  Took off for mission to Essen at 19:18 on 5 March 1943, crashed shortly after takeoff.  One crew killed, 4 injured.
BJ 762 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'OW*O'.  During mining operation to the Frisian islands 21/22 January 1943 starboard undercarriage folded on landing. The aircraft was severely damaged but the crew was unhurt.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin, shot down by a night fighter, on 29/30 March 1943.  Crashed at 23:46 at Nije-Mirdum, Friesland, 20 kilometres south-south-west of Sneek.  3 crew were killed, including Sgt, R.E. Todd, an American in the RCAF, and 2 POW.
BJ 778 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*D'.  Damaged by flak during mining operation to the Frisian Islands on 12 / 13 February 1943.  Struck high ground on Black Intake Moor, near Chopgate, Yorkshire.  All 5 RAF crew were killed.  Some wreckage still visible at crash site in 2002.
BJ 783 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*F".  Lost on return from mission to Kiel on 13/14 October 1943.  Lost one engine on return flight, crashed at 00:55 at Rectory Farm, 1 mile south of Beeford, Yorkshire.  3 crew injured, no fatalities.
BJ 799 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 429 Squadron, RCAF.  Air sea search on 21 January 1943.  Returned early from raid on Lorient, 26 January 1943, unserviceable rear turret.  Bombed Lorient on 16 February 1943.  Bombed Kiel on 4 April 1943, attacked by fighter just after leaving target but returned to UK.
BJ 886 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, at Dishforth, coded 'ZL*F'.  Failed to return from attack at Cologne on 26/27 February 1943.  All crew were killed when they were shot down by a night fighter.  Crashed at 21:34 local at Boerdonk, Holland.
BJ 888 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF.
BJ 894 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*K".  Crashed at 19:30 on 16 November 1942, during a Bulls Eye exercise (fighter affiliation training), over Pitseas Marshes near Southend-on-Sea, Sussex.  3 crew killed.
BJ 908 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 428 and No. 429 Squadrons, RCAF.  Flew several missions over France and Germany, January and February 1943.
BJ 917 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'PT*V'.
BJ 918 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'KW*F' when lost.  Crashed on takeoff from Dishforth for attack on the docks at St. Nazaire on 28 February 1943, after the starboard engine lost power. No injuries.
BJ 919 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'OW*P'.  Failed to return from attack at Wilhelmshaven on 19/20 February 1943, no survivors.
BJ 920 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 429 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*E'.  Bombed St. Nazaire on 28 March 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Bochum/Berlin on 29/30 March 1943, no survivors.  Crashed in target area at 22:49 local.  5 crew killed.
BJ 929 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 429 Squadron, RCAF.  Reached target of Duisburg on 26 March 1943, but could not release bombs.  Load jettisoned during return to UK.
BJ 966 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington B. Mk. III Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF at Middleton St. George, coded 'PT*R'.  Failed to return from mining operation to the "Nectarines" target, off the Frisian islands, on 21/22 January 1942.  All 6 crew lost, first all RCAF Bomber Command crew loss.


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