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JP112

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*R".

JP113

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*A'.  Named "Git Up Them Stairs".  Shot up by a night-fighter on 20 / 21 April 1944 and crashed at Attlebridge.

JP119

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Mining operation to Brest and St. Nazaire 6/7 January 1944, while coded "VR*O".  Coded VR*X" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28 / 29 January 1944.  All were killed.

JP121

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".

JP122

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*J".

JP124

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*N".

JP125

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*L".  Crashed at Ford on return from raid on rail yards at Aulnoye on 25/26 March 1943, crew OK.

JP127

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*T".  Bombed Berlin 28/29 March 1944.

JP130

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Y".

JP131

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".

JP132

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*D".

JP191

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*B".  Fired on by another Halifax during raid on Berlin 20/21 January 1944, much damage.

JP192

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

JP195

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*F".

JP197

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Q".

JP198

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*G".

JP199

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*O".  Engine fire during mining operation to Le Havre on 20 / 21 April 1944, spread to the wing.  6 bailed out, crashed near Didcot, Berkshire.  5 crew safe, 2 killed.

JP200

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*G".  Bombed Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Augsburg on 25 / 26 February 1944, no survivors.

JP201

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*P".  Served with No. 428 Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*S".  With No. 1666 Heavy Conversion Unit, 6 Group, when it crashed on 15 November 1944.

JP202

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'VR*T'.  Failed to return from mining operation to Rostock, Fakse Bay, and Kiel Bay on 18 / 19 April 1944.  All 7 crew were killed.  Crashed near Nymindegab, Denmark.

JP203

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*U'.  Also with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'VR*M'.

JP204

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*E".  Bombed Berlin on 15/16 February 1944.  Bombed Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  Also with No. 428 Squadron, RCAF, dates unknown.

JP279

Handley Page

London Aircraft Production Group

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*P'.

JP401

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

With No. 439 (FB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*P".

JP532

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 406 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SA*T".

JP931

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*M".

JP937

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

With No. 440 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR132

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

With No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR135

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "J".

JR148

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

With No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR264

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*H".  Ditched off Beachy Head on 10 April 1944, killing F/O P. Elfner.

JR298

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR299

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*S".  Survived the war, struck off in July 1946.

JR315

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR324

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*M".  Crashed during formation landing at Funtington, UK on 4 April 1944, due to wake turbulence.  F/O A. Clarke killed.

JR326

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*B".

JR336

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR362

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*F".  Minor damage after striking truck while taxiing on 28 April 1944.

JR379

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR431

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 440 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

JR432

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 440 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "I8*A".

JR439

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 440 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed on 18 March 1944, flew into a hill in the UK.  P/O K. Mitchell killed.

JR444

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*J".

JR497

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

With No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "F3*F" when lost over Holland on 28 September 1944.  Shot down by flak near Papenbeek, Holland, F/O A.H. Vickers bailed out and became PoW.  Came down near Well.

JR500

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*X".  Power on stall during mock dog fight on 3 November 1944, crashed, killed F/O R. N. McDonald.  Reported to have come down on a house near Eindhoven.

JR506

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*X".

JR521

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "5V*M".  Forced landing near St-Germain d'Ectot, France due to engine trouble on 8 August 1944, pilot rescued by Army.

JR530

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co.

Typhoon

Mk. IB

Served with No. 440 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "I8*Y".  Damaged on ground in Luftwaffe strike against B.78 (Eindhoven) on 1 January 1945, repaired and returned to service.

JX276

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "Z".

JX280

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "A".

JX292

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "B".

JX299

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "V".

JX311

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "C".

JX321

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "D".

JX330

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "H".

JX333

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "F".

JX336

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "C".

JX357

Consolidated

Boeing Aircraft Canada

Catalina

IVB

Lend-Lease funded, USN serial number 73008.  Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "V".

KB700

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

First Lancaster built in Canada, rolled out at Malton on 6 August 1943.  First Canadian built Lancaster to see action.  Named "Ruhr Express".  Operated by No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*Q", from October to 20 December 1943, flew 2 missions.  First mission was raid on Berlin on 26/27 November 1943.  Then to No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*Z".  Flew 47 operations with this unit.  Landed hard at Middleton-St.-George returning from mission to Ludwigshafen in early morning of 3 January 1945, possibly due to flaps partly retracting just before touch down.  Overshot paved runway, tried to taxi clear because of other approaching aircraft but struck construction machinery near runway edge with starboard outer prop.  Engine caught fire, spread to rest of aircraft.  No crew injured, but aircraft totally destroyed.

KB701

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Operated by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*B".  Crashed on Helmsley Moor, Yorkshire on 16 May 1944, after taking off from Middleton St. George on a night training flight.  Struck high ground, in clouds, en route to bombing range at on Helmsley Moor, near Potter House Farm.  All 7 crew killed.

KB704

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*E" and "NA*X".  Coded NA*E" when it was one of 7 aircraft from this unit that flew the first RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Later operated by No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*Y" when lost.  Crashed on overshoot at Middleton St. George after raid on Ghent on 11 May 1944.  Also reported as crashed at end of training mission?

KB705

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*F".  One of 7 aircraft from this unit that the flew the RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Later used by No. 1666 Heavy Conversion Unit.  Survived the war, retained in the UK for test work with Rolls Royce, struck off on 30 May 1946.

KB706

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A".  Failed to return from operation over Aachen on 25 May 1944, shot down by night fighter, no survivors.  Came down near Tilburg, Holland.

KB707

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from May 1944, coded "VR*W".  Crashed on overshoot at Middleton St. George on 19 September 1944, after repositioning from Linton.  Aircraft has suffered damage on raid on Douberg, undercarriage collapsed on landing at Middleton St. George.

KB708

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*E".  Crashed on overshoot at Boscombe Down on 26 August 1944, returning from raid on Russelheim with flak damage.

KB709

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*G".  Failed to return from operation over Stettin on 29/30 August 1944, crashed into Baltic Sea near Falkenberg.  Had 107:00 logged time.

KB710

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*W".  Failed to return from operation over Louvain, Belgium on 13 May 1944.  Shot down by night fighter, no survivors. Came down near Sent-Genesius-Rode.

KB711

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*N" and "NA*U".  Later used by No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*C", when lost.  Failed to return from operation over St. Ghislain on 2 May 1944, shot down by night fighter.  2 killed, 6 POW.  Probably first Canadian built Lancaster lost on operations.

KB712

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*B", "VR*E", and "VR*L" when lost.  Named "Smitty Love".  Bombed Stuttgart on 24/25 July 1944.  Flew 51 operations.  Crashed at Hurth, Germany during operation over Cologne on 28 October 1944.

KB713

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*X".  Failed to return from operation over Louvain on 13 May 1944, no survivors.

KB714

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*Y".  Failed to return from operation over Cambrai on 13 June 1944, shot down by night fighter, no survivors.  This was this aircraft's 5th operation.

KB715

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from day time operation over Dusseldorf-Lohausen airfield on 24 December 1944.  All crew bailed out, became PoW.  Gunner F/O R.W. Hale was executed by the Gestapo.  This was this aircraft's 60th operation.

KB716

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*D" and "VR*E".  Crashed on landing at Middleton St. George on 7 May 1944, while on a training flight.  No casualties.

KB717

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*E".  Failed to return from operation over Dortmund on 23 May 1944, reported as shot down by night fighter, also reported as struck by flak.  No survivors.

KB718

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*J".  Failed to return from operation over Villeneuve St. George on 5 July 1944, shot down by night fighter, possibly after being struck by flak.  Crew bailed out, 3 POW, 3 evaded, pilot F/O L.W.A. Frame died.

KB719

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*T".  Failed to return from operation over Stuttgart on 25 July 1944.  Wreckage reported near Bassu.  Struck by ground fired rockets over Luxemburg.  $ crew killed, 1 PoW, 2 evaded.

KB720

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*P".  Named "Piddlin' Pete".  Bombed Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944.  Survived the war, scrapped in the UK.

KB721

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

To Aircraft Armament Experimental Establishment April 1944. With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*B" and "VR*E" from August 1944.   Named "Linden Rose", completed 54 operations.  Returned to Canada on 2 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB722

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Named "The Hecklin' Hare".  Bombed Kiel on 15 September 1944.  Coded "VR*R", and "VR*A" when lost on 1 January 1945.  Crash landed near St. Quentin, France on 1 January 1945, after being hit by gunfire from another Lancaster.  This was this aircraft's 63rd operation.

KB723

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*U".  Failed to return from operation over Villeneuve St. George on 5 July 1944, hit by flak.  3 crew killed, 1 POW, 3 evaded.

KB724

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*K", named "King".  Bombed Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.  Crashed after take-off from Middleton St. George on 28 August 1944 on an Operation Crossbow mission (bombing of V-1 launch sites).  Engines cut shortly after takeoff, came down in farm field 1.5 miles east of Appleton Wiske.  No fatalities.

KB725

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*L".  One of 7 aircraft from this unit that the flew the RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Crashed on overshoot at Elton Hall, County Durham on 3 February 1945, after returning early from mission to Wiesbaden after engine failure.  2 crew killed, remainder not injured.

KB726

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A".  Tail gunner P/O A. Mynarski, RCAF awarded VC posthumously for actions during this aircraft's last mission. Failed to return from operation over Cambrai on 13 June 1945, shot down by night fighter.  1 killed, 2 POW, 4 evaded.  This serial and markings carried today by another Lancaster, in the Canadian Warplanes Heritage Museum in Hamilton.

KB727

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*H".  Failed to return from operation over Villeneuve St. George on 5 July 1944, possibly shot down by Ju 88 from 6/NG2.  6 POW, 1 evaded.

KB728

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*V".  Failed to return from operation over Sterkrade on June 17, 1944.  Came down in the sea near Elden, Holland.  No survivors.

KB731

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".  Failed to return from operation over Cambrai on 13 June 1944, shot down by flak.  5 crew killed, 2 evaded.

KB732

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*X".  Named 'X-Terminator', 84 (or 75?) operations flown, held the squadron record for most operations flown.  Bombed Acheres on 7/8 June 1944.  Attacked by Ju 88 shortly after leaving target, tail gunner Sgt. Mann claimed as destroyed.  Reported at the time to be the first kill claimed by a Canadian built Lancaster.  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Last operation on 25 April 1945 when it bombed Wangerooge, last 6 Group mission of the war.  Returned to Canada on 5 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB733

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*G".  Named 'Goofy', 69 operations flown.  Damaged by flak and fighters during raid on Stirkrade on 16/17 June 1944.  Returned to UK on 3 engines, two DFCs awarded to crew.  Bombed Duisburg on 21/22 February 1945.  Returned to Canada on 5 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB734

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*F".  Failed to return from operation over Sterkrade on June 17, 1944.  Came down near Zeist, Holland.  5 crew killed, one PoW, and one evaded.

KB735

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*O".  Crashed on overshoot at East Moor on 18 September 1944, after day time operation to Walchern Island, Holland.  No injuries.

KB736

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A", and "VR*M".  Later with No. 1660 Heavy Conversion Unit, RAF.  Scrapped in UK after the war.

KB737

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*R" (when lost) and "NA*W".  Was coded "NA*R" on 14/15 July 1944, when it was one of 7 aircraft from this unit that the flew the first RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France.  Failed to return from operation against Krupp Works at Essen on 25 October 1944.  Crashed near Bucketz, Germany.

KB738

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*D".  Named  'Dorothy', 68 operations flown.  Failed to return from operation to Opladen on 27/28 December 1944.  Crashed on the IG Farben factory at Leverkusen-Wiesdorf.  No survivors.

KB739

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

First flight on 25 August 1943.  With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*W" and later "NA*Z", named "Zoomin' Zombie".  Was coded "NA*W" when it was one of 7 aircraft from this unit that flew the first RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Completed 56 operations.  Returned to Canada, in the Azores on 5 June 1945, arrived in Canada 8/9 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB740

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*V".  Crash landed at Woodbridge after collision over France during raid on Stuttgart on 25 July 1944.

KB741

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Briefly with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF after arriving in the UK.  Used by No. 431 Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*Y" from November 1944.  Also with No. 434 Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*C2", serving with this unit when lost.  Failed to return from operation over Chemnitz on 15 February 1945, part of Operation Thunderclap.  6 crew missing presumed dead, one PoW.

KB742

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*M".  One of 7 aircraft from this unit that the flew the RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Crashed on overshoot at Middleton St. George on 4 November 1944, after mission to Bochum.  Not repaired

KB743

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*I".  Failed to return from operation over Bremen on 19 August 1944.  Collided with another aircraft over France, one crew killed, 6 PoW.

KB744

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*J", from 11 June 1944.  With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*D", when it took part in raid on Hanau on 6/7 January 1945.  Also used by crews of No. 419 Squadron.  Returned to Canada 8 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB745

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*V" from May 1944.  Bombed oil depot at La Pallice on 10/11 August 1944.  Crashed at Hope, Northumberland after a raid on Bergen, on 4 October 1944.  Struck a hill at 04:10 local time, no survivors.  Only aircraft lost on this raid.

KB746

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".  Damaged by flak on 29/30 August 1944, returned to UK after one gunner bailed out in error.  Attacked by Me262 over Germany on 8 April 1945, no damage.  Named "Sierra Sue", completed 68 operations.  Returned to Canada 5 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB747

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF from June 1944, coded "NA*X", named "Madame X".  Returned to Canada on 8 June 1945.  Overshot the landing at Yarmouth, NS upon arrival from England, no damage.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB748

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*O", named "Lady Oboe".  Bombed Hamburg on 31 March 1945, attacked by an Me262.  Completed 59 operations.  Returned to Canada on 8 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB749

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*B", and "NA*A" when lost.  Bombed Kiel on 23/24 July 1944.  Failed to return from operation over Soesterberg on 15 August 1944, exploded over target.  5 crew killed, 2 PoW.

KB750

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*N".  Bombed Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.  Bombed Hamburg 28/29 July 1944, claimed one enemy fighter on this raid.  Failed to return from operation over Wiesbaden on 3 February 1945, hit by flak and crashed in France.  6 crew killed, one PoW.

KB751

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Q".  Attacked by Me 110 over Caen on 7/8 August 1944, slight damage to transparencies.  Failed to return from operation over Stettin on 17 August 1944.  Shot down by Ju88, crashed into Baltic Sea 2 nautical miles south west of the Island of Sejero, Denmark.  Six crewman killed, buried in Denmark.  Sgt Robert E. Toomey, the flight engineer, survived and taken prisoner the following day on Sejero.

KB752

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S" and "VR*V".  Flew 51 operations.  Crashed into the North Sea on 8 April 1945 after raid on Hamburg.  Crew bailed out over North Sea on return trip after two engines failed.  All survived.

KB753

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*L".  Was coded "VR*B" on 4/5 July 1944, when it bombed rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges.  Attacked by an Me 410, minor damage.  Failed to return from operation over Buer on 30 December 1944.  Also reported as lost on 24/25 July 1944, over Stuttgart?

KB754

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*C".  Failed to return from day time operation over Bochum on 10 October 1944.  Reported exploded in flight, may have been attacked by Ju88.  6 crew killed, one PoW.

KB755

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*F".  On 4/5 July 1944 bombed rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges.  Failed to return from operation over Caen on 7/8 August 1944, shot down by fighters near Le Havre.  Crash location also reported as near Mare de Magne, France.  No survivors.  All crew buried in churchyard in town of Auberville-la-Renault, memorial wreath laid at grave site by relative of one crew member in September 2009.

KB756

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Q" in June 1944, first Canadian built Lancaster with this Squadron.  Failed to return from operation against V-1 sites near Villeneuve St. George on 4/5 July 1944.  Crashed near Mailleraye-sur-Seine.  2 crew killed, 4 POW, 1 evaded.

KB757

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*C".  Returned to Canada on 8 June 1945.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB758

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Z".  One of 7 aircraft from this unit that the flew the RCAF mission in Canadian built Lancasters, a raid on St. Pol, France on 14/15 July 1944.  Bombed German positions around Caen 7/8 August, 1944 attacked by an Bf-109 and an Me110, slight damage.  Failed to return from operation over Brunswick on 13 August 1944, shot down by night fighter.  Crashed near Winsen.  5 crew killed, 2 POW.

KB759

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*K".  Failed to return from mission to Hamburg on 29 July 1944, reported as exploding in flight shortly after takeoff.  No survivors.

KB760

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*K", and "NA*P".  Named "P for Panic".  Also reported as "NA*P", named "Winnie".  Bombed Kiel on 23/24 July 1944.  Returned to Canada on 12 June 1945.  Carried name "Recent Photo" on arrival in Canada.  To RCAF in Canada.

KB761

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*H".  Bombed Duisburg on 21/22 February 1945.  Failed to return from day time operation over Hamburg on 31 March 1945.  May have been shot down by Me262.  No survivors.

KB762

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*J".  Named "J for Jiggs".  Completed 72 operations.  Also reported as "VR*X" when it bombed Bergen harbour on 4 October 1944.  Bombed Duisburg on 21/22 February 1945.  Undercarriage collapsed on 18 May 1945 at Middleton St. George.  Struck off without being repaired.  Had completed 51 operations.

KB763

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*S".  Named "SS Nan".  Claimed an Me163 shot down over Bochum on 4/5 November 1944.  Crashed near Elton Hall, Durham, 28 January 1945, while on training flight.  No survivors.

KB764

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*B".  Bombed Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944.  Attacked enemy troop positions at Falaise 12/13 August, 1944, attacked by a Ju-88 during this raid, slight damage.  Ditched off the Azores June 4, 1945, after two engines failed, while en route to Canada.  All nine occupants rescued.  Icing suspected as cause of failure of outer port engine, then inner port engine, while on landing approach to Azores.  All crew rescued.

KB765

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*M" and "VR*Q".  Failed to return from operation over Buer on December 30, 1944.  6 crew killed, one PoW.

KB766

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*D" and "NA*O" when lost.  Iced up in clouds, crashed on overshoot at Beauvais-Tille on 2 December 1944.  Was on mission to Hagen.  2 crew killed, 6 survived.

KB767

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*U".  Crash landed at Manston on 2 November 1944 after raid on Hamburg.  Damaged by fighter and flak near Oberhausen, set on fire.  Returned to UK on 3 engines.  All crew survived, awarded 3 DFC and one DFM for extinguishing fire and bringing aircraft back.  Not repaired.  Had 224:00 logged time when struck off.

KB768

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*E".  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Collided with Halifax LW200 of No. 426 Squadron over Yelvertoft, Northamptonshire on night of 5/6 December 1944.  All 14 aircrew killed, wreckage came down 1 mile east of Yelvertoft and nearby Winwick.  Both aircraft were returning from a raid on Soest (or Karlsruhe?).  No survivors in both aircraft.

KB769

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*I".  Failed to return from operation over Merseburg on 14/15 January 1945.  Had been struck by flak and night fighter.  6 crew killed, one PoW.

KB770

Avro

Victory Aircraft, Malton, Ont.

Lancaster

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*D".  Failed to return from operation over Stuttgart on 28/29 January 1945.  Shot down by night fighter, one of 6 aircraft lost by 6 Group on this raid.  5 crew killed, 2 PoW.

KB771

Avro