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Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

comments

KG

226

Douglas

Dakota

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on flights to continent from UK, postwar.  Reported u/s at Brussels on 14 October 1945.  Serial number may have been reported in error, this number was also applied to Noorduyn built Harvard that was not completed.  Might be KG326?

KG

312

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*G".  Crashed at Wien-Schwechat airport in Austria on 17 November 1945, not clear if still with 437 (T) Squadron at this time.

KG

315

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944.  Crashed 1.5 km south-west of Driel, Holland at about 17:00 local time on 23 September 1944, hit by flak during re-supply mission to Arnhem.  Flight crew of 4 and 4 UK Army dispatchers all killed.

KG

317

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Coded "OTM*A".

KG

320

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.  Also used by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "ODN*C".

KG

330

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*E".

KG

337

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Coded "OTM*B".  With Croyden detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KG

345

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*V".  Operated as late as 14 July 1945, when it carried Dutch refugees (DPs) from B.160 to B.56.

KG

354

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944/45, coded "Z2*H".  Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KG

376

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944.  Crashed near Keldonk/Erp, Holland on 21 September 1944.  Shot down during resupply mission to Arnheim, one of 4 squadron aircraft lost on this mission.

KG

387

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944, coded "Z2*UF".  Shot down by Fw190s 21 September 1944 after completing panier drop re-supply mission to Arnheim, one of 4 Squadron aircraft lost on this mission.  5 crew killed, including pilot S/L R.W. Alexander, DFC, rest bailed out.  First 437 Sdn. Fatalities on operations.  Came down near Sonniushoeve (or Sonse Hedie?), Holland, south of Wilhelminacanal, near Eindhoven.  Crash location also identified as near hamlet of Esp.

KG

388

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944.

KG

389

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*B".  Took part in first drop at Arnhem, during Operation Market Garden, on 17 September 1944.

KG

394

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*O".

KG

395

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*Y".

KG

397

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK.  Originally coded "D".  Coded "ODM*D" after September 1945, on flights to continent from UK.  Struck on the ground by Dakota KG610 of 437 (T) Squadron at B.75 (Nivelles, France) on 21 January 1946.  Crashed on ridge near Chelsham, Surrey, en-route from Buckleburg, Germany to UK, in bad weather, at about 11:35 on 13 February 1946.  8 fatalities, 3 injuries.  Accident location also described as "3 kilometres (1.9 miles) south west of Warlingham, UK".  From squadron ORB: "Aircraft was on a passenger run, Buckeburg to Croydon. Forecast was poor and he landed at Manston. After checking weather again he took off at 1055 hours, flying at 2,500 feet between two layers of 6/10 cloud. Approaching Croydon he tried "Gee" homing but could not pick up "V" beams. Overshot the field, turned about and was letting down when he hit a 12-foot hedge on a 700-foot ridge. The aircraft crossed a valley and struck on the other side against a 650-foot height. Eight persons were killed, 14 seriously injured and two uninjured. At the time he had 1,485 hours of flying including 379 solo hours on Dakotas. Accident ruled to be due to "culpable negligence" ".

KG

400

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 235 Squadron in India.  Transferred to 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, postwar.  Flown back to UK, leaving Tulihal, Assam on 7 September 1945.  Later used in UK by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ODN*T".

KG

403

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by  No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF post war in the UK, coded "ODN*M".

KG

409

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by C Flight of No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF.  One of the first Dakotas with this unit, operational as early as 21 September 1944.  Attacked by Fw 190s on 21 September 1944 during re-supply mission to Arnhem, escaped and returned to base.  437 (T) Squadron was reported to have lost 6 Dakotas on this mission, 4 over the drop zone at Arnhem.  Still with 437 (T) Squadron in January 1945, operating to the Continent.  Crashed on 5 February 1945, when it struck trees near Alton, UK while in cloud.  Crew bailed out before crash.

KG

410

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF.  Attacked by 2 Fw 190s 21 September 1941 during re-supply mission to Arnhem, escaped and returned to base.  F/O E.Q. Semple received DFC for this mission.

KG

412

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

With No. 437 (T) Sqaudron, RCAF in February 1945, operating to the Continent.  Reported to have been operated by RCAF when it was severely damaged due to early gear retraction on takeoff from Bardufoss AFB, Norway on 7 October 1945.  Sold to R, Norwegian AF, used as a training aid.

KG

414

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "G".

KG

416

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Coded "OTM*K".  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KG

422

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK.  Overran on landing at Vlamertinge, Belgium during Operation Market Garden on 3 October 1944, nosed over.

KG

425

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1945, coded "Z2*M".  One of the first aircraft to carry "Royal Canadian Air Force" marked on fuselage, see photo on page 135 of "RCAF Squadrons and Aircraft".  Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK from fall of 1945.  Coded "S".  With Croyden Detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KG

427

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in January and May 1945.  Still with this Squadron when it was destroyed on 30 January 1946.  Struck by a crash landing B-17 while parked at Kastrup air field in Denmark.

KG

439

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, Croyden detachment, on flights to continent from UK, at time of crash.  Crashed on takeoff from Croyden, UK on 19 October 1945.  Lost power on takeoff, due to wrong fuel tank selector settings.  3 (or 4) fatalities, 1 injury.

KG

448

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 235 Squadron in India.  Transferred to 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, postwar.  Flown back to UK, leaving Tulihal, Assam on 5 September 1945.  Later operated in the UK by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ODN*F".

KG

452

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in February 1945.

KG

455

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by  No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF post war in the UK, coded "ODN*G".

KG

486

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Coded "ODM*K".  With Croyden detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KG

489

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down 21 September 1944 during re-supply mission to Arnhem, one of 4 Squadron aircraft lost on this mission.  Crash landed at Eerschot, Holland.  Also reported as forced landing at B5 (Melsbroek, Belgium) on this date.

KG

490

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India.  Damaged 2 August 1945 at Comilla, when undercarriage was retracted early during takeoff.

KG

517

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "A".

KG

529

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in January 1945.

KG

537

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "B".

KG

557

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*U".  With Croyden Detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KG

559

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*O".

KG

563

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*N".

KG

565

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*N".

KG

568

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in February 1945.

KG

577

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in January and February 1945.  Coded "ODO*K" when it flew this unit's last mission in Europe, Brussels to Odiham, on 30 May 1946.

KG

580

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*O".  Lost engine en-route to Brussels from Croyden, UK on 25 November 1945.  Failed engine would not feather, made emergency landing at West Malling, UK, no further damage.  Carried Canadian Secretary of State, Paul Martin, Sr., from Abbeville, France to UK, February 1946.  Also used by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF during this time, coded "ODN*J".

KG

587

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "T".  Based at Ampney Down, UK, March 1946.  Flew this unit's last mission in the UK, from Down Ampney to Rennes, France and return, on 14 March 1946.  Transferred to No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF.  Flew this unit's last mission in the UK, from Brussels to Odiham, UK on 16 June 1946.

KG

589

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1944.  Lost 19 September 1944 on re-supply mission to Arnhem, one of several squadron aircraft diverted by weather on that day.  Crash landed in tobacco field between Calais and Lille, near B.55.  First operational loss from this unit.

KG

597

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "D".

KG

600

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*C".

KG

610

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Taxied into Dakota KG397 of 437 (T) Squadron at B.75 (Nivelles, France) on 21 January 1946.

KG

634

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*T".  Towed Horsa from Birch, UK to Hammilken, Germany 24 March 1945, landed at B.75 near Nivelles, France.  Crew slept in aircraft for two nights, returned to UK 26 March 1945.

KG

635

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by  No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF post war in the UK, coded "ODN*P".

KG

653

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Assigned to No. 1 Ferry Unit, but operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, when it was lost in Europe on 24 September 1944, carrying ground crew destined for RCAF Dakota squadrons in the Far East.   Apparently went off course in bad weather, shot down by II/JG53 near Neu Leiningen, Germany.  23 fatalties.

KG

659

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "W".  Based at Ampney Down, UK, March 1946.  Also used by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF during this time, coded "ODN*Q".

KG

668

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 235 Squadron in India.  Transferred to 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, postwar.  Flown back to UK, leaving Tulihal, Assam on 7 September 1945.  Coded "ODM*S" in the UK.

KG

692

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KG

713

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*Y".

KG

755

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  coded "Q".

KG

755

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Crashed while attempting an overshoot at Mingaladon on 26 May 1945.  Struck by Spitfire shortly after.

KG

788

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

To No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF on 1 November 1944.  Struck off this Squadron on 30 May 1946.

KG

790

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  coded "P".

KG

794

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  coded "N".

KG

808

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1944/1945.  Coded "Z2*M".

KG

855

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  coded "K".

KG

918

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "OW*X".

KG

983

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "OW*Y".

KH

135

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

136

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

179

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "HW".

KH

181

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "LW".

KH

222

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

224

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "NW".

KH

262

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

263

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

264

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

329

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "Z".

KH

333

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "JW".

KH

346

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

381

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "W".  Returned to Tempsford, UK from India on 27 December 1945.

KH

417

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

420

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KH

641

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945.  Left this Squadron on 1 August 1945.

KH

647

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*H".  Flown by F/O L.H. Wilson on 16 April 1945 from Hunsdon, UK, when he shared in the destruction of an Fw 190.  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

659

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*I".  Flown by F/L W. V. Shank on 16 April 1945, when he destroyed an Fw 190.  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

661

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*C".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.  Left this Squadron on 1 August 1945.

KH

665

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*V".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

666

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945.

KH

668

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51D.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*T".  Flown by F/O R. J. Robillard on 16 April 1945 from Hunsdon, UK, when he shared in the destruction of an Fw 190.  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

680

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*B".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

694

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*P".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

700

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*S".

KH

709

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*J".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

711

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*N".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

729

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*A".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

735

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*W".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KH

737

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*D".  Left this Squadron on 1 August 1945.

KH

747

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*Y".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.  Left this Squadron on 1 August 1945.

KH

764

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Hunsdon, UK in 1945.

KH

765

North American

Mustang

Mk. IVA

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*R".  One of 13 aircraft on the squadron's last operational mission, top cover for task force liberating the Channel Islands on 9 May 1945, flown from Hunsdon, UK.

KJ

763

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "L".

KJ

820

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "A".

KJ

821

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Coded "J".  Also with No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "U".

KJ

841

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "F".

KJ

845

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "V".  Lost on operations in northwest Burma 7 February 1945.

KJ

858

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "H".

KJ

883

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Coded "N".

KJ

887

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "J".

KJ

953

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Coded "X".  Attempted takeoff at Tulihal, Assam, with rudder lock in place on 5 August 1945.  Left runway, undercarriage collapsed when a ditch was encountered, written off.

KJ

956

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "G".

KJ

964

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF in India, coded "T".

KJ

971

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 235 Squadron in India.  Transferred to 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, postwar.  Flown back to UK, leaving Tulihal, Assam on 7 September 1945.

KK

105

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India, coded "A". See photo on page 133 of "RCAF Squadrons and Aircraft".

KK

107

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India, coded "M".

KK

113

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India, coded "B".

KK

126

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India, coded "D".

KK

143

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, post war.  Coded "ODM*A".

KK

251

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KK

254

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KK

255

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "Q".

KK

267

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "O".  Left Tempsford, UK for India on 20 December 1945, one of 4 aircraft dispatched that day on the last round trips to India by this Squadron.

KK

337

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KK

340

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "R".

KK

341

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "OLW*P".  One of two aircraft that flew this unit's first missions to India, departing UK on 30 September 1945, returning 7 October.

KK

369

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KK

374

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "T".

KL

350

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KL

496

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KL

514

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KL

618

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "K".

KL

619

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "H".

KL

621

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "D".

KL

625

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "V".

KL

639

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "F".

KL

641

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "OLW*A".  One of two aircraft that flew this unit's first missions to India, departing UK on 30 September 1945, returning 7 October.

KL

643

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KL

647

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945.  Left Tempsford, UK for India on 20 December 1945, one of 4 aircraft dispatched on the last round trips to India by this Squadron.

KL

650

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "J".

KL

658

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945.  Left Tempsford, UK for India on 20 December 1945, one of 4 aircraft dispatched on the last round trips to India by this Squadron.

KL

663

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "C".

KL

670

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945, coded "G".

KL

681

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KL

686

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VI

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, from summer and fall of 1945.  Departed Tempsford, UK on 1 December 1945 for India.  Left Tempsford, UK for India on 20 December 1945, one of 4 aircraft dispatched on the last round trips to India by this Squadron.  Returned to Tempsford, UK from India on 27 December 1945.

KM

122

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*F".

KM

218

North American

Mustang

Mk. IV

Equivalent to USAAF P-51K.  Used by No. 442 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from the UK in 1945, coded "Y2*Q".

KN

208

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Crashed in valley near Toungoo on 7 July 1945.

KN

227

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KN

256

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944/1945, coded "Z2*L".

KN

258

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Reported with No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1945/1946.

KN

261

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "Y".  With Croyden Detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KN

262

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944/1945, coded "Z2*V".

KN

270

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "X".  Based at Ampney Down, UK, March 1946.

KN

278

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944/1945, coded "Z2*W".  Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KN

281

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF in the UK in 1944/1945, coded "Z2*N".

KN

413

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on flights to continent from UK, at time of crash.  Coded "ODM*F".  Flew into high ground, en-route Copenhagen to Oslo, on 18 December 1945.  Crew and 13 passengers killed.

KN

415

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "F".

KN

427

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 235 Squadron in India.  Transferred to 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, postwar.  Flown back to UK, leaving Tulihal, Assam on 5 September 1945.  With No. 437 (T) Squadron, RCAF by May 1945, when it flew as part of a formation to Copenhagen.  Coded "AY" at that time.

KN

436

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on flights to continent from UK, postwar.  Coded "ODM*F".  Overshot runway on landing at Oslo, 8 October 1945.  Came to rest hanging over cliff. No injuries, not known if repaired.

KN

443

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the Far East.  Operated as late as August 1945, possibly being ferried back to UK at that time.

KN

451

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK post war.  Coded "ODM*H

KN

462

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Briefly operated by 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in April 1945.

KN

511

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "ODM*Z".

KN

563

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India.  Crashed in Burma 21 June 1945, 6 fatalities.  Wreckage discovered 1996, crew given military burial in Rangoon.

KN

655

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "LW".

KN

665

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on flights to continent from UK.  Coded "ODM*E".  Carried Canadian Secretary of State, Paul Martin, Sr., to Abbeville, France on 4 February 1946.  With Croyden Detachment, March 1946.  Operated by No. 436 (T) Squadron, RCAF from Odiham, UK on 2 April 1946, when it transported officials to the Nurenburg War Trials.

KN

666

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "KW".  With Croyden Detachment of this unit, March 1946.

KN

683

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. III

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in India in mid 1945, coded "D".  Received by this unit on 15 July 1945, first squadron aircraft with LORAN and Eureka.

KN

719

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

721

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

723

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

727

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

734

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

736

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

739

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

740

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

742

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

743

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.

KN

754

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Reported with No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

755

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 423 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

756

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

757

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

758

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

761

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

763

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

767

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk.VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

775

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) and No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

810

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 422 (T) Squadron, RCAF, for training in the UK, summer of 1945.  Probably a typo, this serial was assigned to a Mustang.

KN

883

Consolidated

Liberator

C. Mk. VIII

Used by No. 426 (T) Squadron, RCAF, on operational flights to Middle East and India, summer and fall of 1945.

KP

220

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by No. 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in UK for flights to Continent, post war.  Based at Ampney Down, UK in March 1946.

KP

226

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "P".

KP

227

Douglas

 

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "J".  Based at Ampney Down, UK, March 1946.

KP

241

Douglas

Dakota

Mk. IV

Operated by 435 (T) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK in fall of 1945.  Coded "V".

KV

867

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "HU*I".

KV

921

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "HU*Z".

KV

977

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KV

981

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

101

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

102

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

103

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "HU*T".

KW

105

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

109

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

110

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.

KW

119

Bristol

Rootes

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in summer of 1944.  Coded "HU*S".

KW

807

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

KW

911

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

KZ

568

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Mid air with KZ577 on 7 February 1944, while practicing section tactics.  Damaged, but recovered safely to base.

KZ

577

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Mid air with KZ568 on 7 February 1944, while practicing section tactics.  Damaged, but recovered safely to base.

KZ

736

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LB

646

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

564

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Crashed on training flight near Loch Doon, Ayrshire on 18 March 1944, killing F/O R. M. McTavish.

LD

568

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

570

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944, coded "5V*Z".

LD

594

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

969

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

970

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

972

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Mid-air with a USAAF P-47 serial 42-76469 while mock dog fighting near Hurn,  21 March 1944, killing Flight Lieutenant Norval Edward Pollock.  Came down on Avon causeway.

LD

973

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LD

974

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

132

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

133

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

134

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

268

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

396

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

397

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

507

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.

LE

568

Hawker

Hurricane

Mk. IV

Used for training by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in early 1944.  Lost at sea on 10 February 1944.

LK

626

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded"'ZL*P".  Bombed Leverkusen on 22/23 August 1943.  Bombed Berlin on 23/24 August 1943.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Bombed Munchen-Gladbach on 30/31 August 1943.

LK

627

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*K'.  Bombed Berlin on 23/24 August 1943.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Bombed Berlin on August 31/September 1, 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 20/21 December 1943.  All of the crew were POW.

LK

628

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*N'.  Bombed Leverkusen on 22/23 August 1943.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Bombed Berlin on August 31/September 1, 1943.  Bombed Mannheim on 5/6 September 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Munich on 6/7 September 1943, shot down by a night fighter.  5 crew killed and 3 POW.

LK

629

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*F'.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Hamburg and Munchen-Gladbach on 30 / 31 August 1943.  All 7 crew were killed.  Reported as crashing in Belgium, near Aartselaar, and as crashing in Germany.

LK

632

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*M'.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 18/19 November 1943.  All were killed.

LK

633

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*G'.  Failed to return from attack on Munchen-Gladbach on 30/31 August 1943.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.  Reported on mission to Berlin the next night, this was probably another "ZL*G".

LK

634

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*T'.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover/Bochum on 27/28 September 1943.  Shot down by night fighter from III/NJG 1 at 21:55 near Ledgen.  5 crewmembers were killed and 2 POW.

LK

635

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*H'.  Also reported as "NA*N" when lost.  Took off from Middelton-St-George at 18:28 local, failed to return from attack on Hannover on 22/23 September 1943, no survivors.  May have come down at Schefkoven, a suburb of Delmenhorst, but this crash is also reported as a No. 77 Squadron, RAF Halifax.

LK

636

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*H'.  Bombed Munchen-Gladbach on 30/31 August 1943.  Bombed Berlin on August 31/September 1, 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 5/6 September 1943.  All crew were killed.

LK

637

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*W', when it bombed Mannheim on 5/6 September 1943.  Attacked by an ME-210 outbound at the Dutch coast during raid on Kassel 3/4 October, 1943.  Severe damage, made a safe landing at base.   2 killed, 1 seriously injured.  Also coded "ZL*V".

LK

638

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*V".  Mining operation on 2 October 1943.  Failed to return from raid on Kassel on 3 October 1943.  3 crew killed, 4 PoW.  Came down in a lake Garbsen, Germany, near Hannover.  Wreckage visible in the lake for many years, at least till 1949.  Port outer engine over revved and caught fire.  Most crew bailed out, aircraft was struck by flak while crew was bailing out. Was reported to have exploded shortly before it crashed.

LK

639

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*E'.  Failed to return from attack on Kassel on 22/23 October 1943, no survivors.

LK

640

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*Q'.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 18/19 November 1943.  All were killed.

LK

643

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*T'.

LK

644

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*C'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 20/21 December 1943.  All were killed.  Came down near Weilmunster, locals speculated aircraft was after Goering's private train, parked in a nearby tunnel.

LK

647

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*C'.  Bombed Montlucan on 15/16 September 1943.  Bombed Modane on 16/17 September 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 8/9 October 1943, shot down by a night fighter.  6 crew were killed and one POW.

LK

648

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*F'.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 27/28 September 1943.  All were killed.

LK

649

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*G".  Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*F' when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28/29 January 1944.  All were killed.

LK

652

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*K'.

LK

656

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*C'.  Hit by flak twice over Berlin on 20/21 January 1944, severe damage.  On return crew bailed out over Driffield.

LK

657

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, based in Tholthorpe, coded 'SE*K'.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 8 / 9 October 1943, was hit by flak and blew up in mid-air.  7 crew were killed and one POW.  One survivor landed near Kleinburgwedel, Hannover.

LK

658

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*H'.  Bombed Bochum on 29/30 September 1943.

LK

659

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*A".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 29/30 December 1943.  All were killed.

LK

661

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LK

662

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Was with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*Q" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  3 crew were killed and 4 who bailed out were POW.  Aircraft came down near Dachwig.

LK

663

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*F".  Failed to return from attack on Kassel on 22/23 October 1943.  4 crew were killed and 3 POW.

LK

666

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'T'.  Failed to return from attack on Kassel on 22/23 October 1943, shot down by a fighter and flak.  6 were killed and 1 POW.

LK

669

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*Z'.

LK

680

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Was with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*R' when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944, shot down by flak.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

682

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*R'.  Bombed Berlin through 10/10 cloud cover on 15 February 1944, using path finder flares.  Bombed Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944, again through 10/10 cloud.  Attacked by night fighter over North Sea on way to target, gunners claimed several hits.  Bombed Meulin-les-Mureaux in early morning of 2 March 1944.

LK

683

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*V'.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 3/4 December 1943, hit by flak over the target.   On return they ran out of fuel and successfully ditched in the English Channel, crew rescued.

LK

684

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*R'.

LK

685

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*C'.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 3/4 December 1943.  1 killed and  6 POW.

LK

686

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*L'.  Bombed Mannheim-Ludwigshafen on 18/19 November 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 20/21 December 1943.  Took off at 16:41, last position report received at 21:51.  All were killed.

LK

693

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*A'.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 18/19 November 1943.  Shot down by flak on approach to target, at about 20:00 local time.  1 killed and 6 crew were POWs.

LK

694

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*T'.  Failed to return from mission to Leipzig on 20 February 1944, all crew killed.

LK

696

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*F'.  Bombed Mannheim-Ludwigshafen on 18/19 Novermber 1943.  On return from attack on rail yards at Amiens, 15/16 March 1944, swung on landing and the under carriage collapsed.

LK

697

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*D'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28/29 January 1944.  All were killed.

LK

700

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*N'.

LK

701

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*L'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 29/30 December 1943.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

702

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*E'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin.  No survivors on 22 / 23 November 1943

LK

703

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*W'.  Bombed Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.

LK

705

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*X', based at Croft.  Failed to return from attack on Augsburg (also reported as Gardening mission), 25/26 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter of IV./NJG 3, while flying at 18,000 feet and crashed at 23:43 in the Klelund plantation, Denmark.  All 7 crew were killed.

LK

708

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*L'.  With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*G", when it bombed Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944, and Ghent on 10/11 April 1944.

LK

709

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*E'.

LK

734

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*C".

LK

735

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*Z'.   Attacked by an ME-110 during raid on Magdeburg, 21/22 January 1944, severe damage.

LK

739

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*P'.  Shot down by flak during raid on Berlin on 20/21 January 1944, the crew's first operation.  Hit by flak on approach to target, dropped bombs, hit again while leaving target.  Crew bailed out on return trip due to excessive fuel loss.  Crashed near Chalons-sur-Name, France.  6 evaded & 1 POW.

LK

740

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*V'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28/29 January 1944, no survivors.

LK

746

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1943/44, coded 'AL*K'.  Coded "AL*H" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28/29 January 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  5 killed & 2 POW.

LK

752

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Serving with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*V", when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944.  4 killed 3 POW.

LK

754

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Serving with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*C" when lost.  Shot down by night fighter on 31 March 1944, en route to Nuremberg.  Came down south-south-east of Freidberg.  Some sources say this information actually pertains to Halifax MZ504.

LK

755

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S".  Also with 432 (B) Squadron, "QO*K" and 415 (B) Squadron, "6U*K" and "6U*D".

LK

758

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*E".  Lost on a training flight on 7 February 1944.  Crashed at 13:00 out of a steep turn at low altitude, came down on east side of Leeming airfield, post crash fire.  All 6 crew killed.

LK

759

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Serving with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*Z" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Augsburg on 25/26 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

764

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*F".  Attacked ten times by an ME-210 during raid on the rail yards at Haine St. Pierre, 8/9 May 1944,  some damage.  With No. 434 (B) Squadron, coded "WL*V", when it was damaged by flak over Vaires on 18 July 1944.  Later coded "WL*Z".

LK

765

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 415 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "6U*M".  Also served with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*H".

LK

766

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Short wing span, ventral gun.  Operated by No. 415 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from East Moor, UK.  Coded "6U*Q".  Coded "6U*V" when it bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Also served with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*V".

LK

779

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*W" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 22/23 March 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  5 crew were killed and 2 POW.

LK

786

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 434 (B) Squadron in summer of 1944, coded "WL*S".

LK

792

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*N", and "WL*X" when lost.  Lost on 17 June 1944 during mission to Sterkrade, shot down by night fighter, came down near Otterlo, Holland.

LK

796

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire, coded "OW*M".  Also with No. 434 (B) Squadron, coded "WL*S" when it bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Flak damage to wings during raid on Kiel on 16 August 1944.  Ditched 28 miles off Scarborough on return, due to low fuel.

LK

798

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF when lost on 9 May 1944.  Shot down by night fighter from II/NJG 1, 1 kilometre south of Courtrai, France.

LK

799

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*N".  With No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*E", when it swung on take off from Croft on 7 August 1944 and struck a parked aircraft.  Landing gear collapsed, aircraft then struck a wall.

LK

800

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*N".  Failed to return from attack on Nurnberg on 30 / 31 March 1944.  On the homeward leg having strayed north of the intended route over Saarbrucken, flak suddenly stopped and the aircraft was almost immediately shot down by night fighter (Oblt Martin Becker, I/NJG6).  With one engine on fire, the aircraft flew on for some time and all the crew managed to bale out.  Crashed at Weiler-la-Tour, 5 miles south-east of Luxemburg City.  Crew on 17th operation; 2 evaded, 5 PoW.

LK

801

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, dates unknown.  With No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*D" when lost on 17 June 1944.  Came down near Ruurlo, Holland.

LK

802

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*F".  Failed to return from attack on Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944, shot down by flak.  4 killed and 3 POW.  Came down near Herkingen, Holland.

LK

804

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*Q".  Bombed Frankfurt 18/19 March, 1944, attacked by an ME-109.  Failed to return from attack on Nurnberg on 30/31 March 1944, attacked by a night fighter, forced to ditch in the English Channel on return, 1 killed.

LK

805

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*H".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944.  4 crew were killed and 3 POW.

LK

807

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*J".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Montzen on 27/28 April 1944.  1 killed 2 POW 4 evaded.

LK

810

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*Y".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Le Mans on 22/23 May 1944.  6 killed 1 POW.

LK

811

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF at East Moor, Yorkshire.  Coded "QO*N".  Failed to return from attack on the military camp at Bourg Leopold on 27/28 May 1944.  Crashed at Budel, 9 kilometres west-north-west of Weert, Holland.  4 crew killed, 2 POW, 2 evaded.

LK

828

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*S".  Named "The Simcoe Warrior".  Bombed Noisy-Le-Sec, France on 18/19 April 1944.  Bombed Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944.  Bombed Essen on 26/27 April 1944.  Bombed Montzen on 27/28 April 1944.  Attacked by an ME-110 during raid on the rail yards at Haivre St. Pierre 8/9 May 1944.

LK

833

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*R".  Bombed Noisy-Le-Sec, France on 18/19 April 1944.  Bombed Lens, France on 20/21 April 1944.  Bombed Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944.  Bombed Karlsrhue on 24/25 April 1944.  Bombed Essen on 26/27 April 1944.  Bombed Montzen on 27/28 April 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Hamburg on 28 / 29 July 1944, shot down by a night fighter over Quarnstedt, Germany.  6 killed 1 POW.

LK

837

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*H".  Bombed Noisy-Le-Sec, France on 18/19 April 1944.  Bombed Lens, France on 20/21 April 1944.  Bombed Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944.  Bombed Montzen on 27/28 April 1944.  Crashed near Meyel, Holland on 17 June 1944.

LK

842

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*N".  Bombed Noisy-Le-Sec, France on 18/19 April 1944.  Bombed Lens, France on 20/21 April 1944.  Bombed Karlsrhue on 24/25 April 1944.  Bombed Essen on 26/27 April 1944.  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Montzen on 27/28 April 1944, shot down by a night fighter, crashed near Genk.  4 killed and 3 POW.  One of 4 Squadron aircraft lost on this mission.

LK

845

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With no. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*J".  Bombed Lens, France on 20/21 April 1944.  Bombed Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944.  Bombed the oil facilities at Donges on 23/24 July 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  All were killed.

LK

863

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*O", when it bombed Karlsrhue on 24/25 April 1944.

LK

868

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*O".  Bombed Lens, France on 20/21 April 1944.  Returned early from mission to Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944, after rear gunner's oxygen failed and it was not possible to move him from turret.

LK

871

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire, coded "OW*K".  Also with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "K".

LK

879

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in 1944, coded "OW*P".  Crashed in North Sea near Zandvoort, Holland on 17 June 1944.

LK

880

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in 1944, coded "OW*C".

LK

883

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire, coded "OW*E".  Failed to return from attack the rail yards at Louvain on 12/13 May 1944.  3 killed, 1 POW, 3 evaded.

LK

884

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*X".  Bombed Noisy-Le-Sec, France on 18/19 April 1944.  Bombed Karlsrhue on 24/25 April 1944.  Bombed Essen on 26/27 April 1944.  Bombed Montzen on 27/28 April 1944.  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Haine St. Pierre on 8/9 May 1944, shot down by a night fighter. All killed.

LK

886

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Fairey

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*D".  Bombed Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944.  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.

LK

893

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*U'.  Bombed Leverkusen on 22/23 August 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 18/19 November 1943.  1 killed & 6 POW.

LK

894

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*K'.  Bombed Leverkusen on 22/23 August 1943.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Munchen Gladbach, 30/31 August 1943.  Shot down by night fighter on way to target.  Crashed 1.5 kilometres north-west of the village of Kessenich in Belgium.  All 8 crew were killed.

LK

896

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*B'.

LK

897

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*P'.

LK

898

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*O'.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 3/4 December 1943.  All were killed.

LK

900

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*D'.  Returned early from attack on Manheim on 9/10 August 1943, after prop speed control unit went u/s.  Bombed Milan on 12/13 August 1943, divereted to Hartford Bridge, UK on return due to radio failure.  Bombed Penemunde on 17/18 August 1943.  Bombed Leverkusen on 22/23 August 1943.  Bombed Berlin on 23/24 August 1943.  Bombed Nurnberg on 27/28 August 1943.  Bombed Munchen-Gladbach on 30/31 August 1943.  Bombed Mannheim on 5/6 September 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 8/9 October 1943.  All were killed.

LK

901

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LK

905

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*D'.  Bombed Berlin on 15/16 February 1944, slight damage from fighter attack.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  6 crew killed and 1 POW.

LK

906

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*D'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 22/23 November 1943.  Came down at Scherenbostel, north of Hannover.  All 7 crew were killed.

LK

907

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*M".  Bombed Montlucan on 15/16 September 1943.  Bombed Modane on 16/17 September 1943.  Damaged in bird strike on 25 February 1944, pilot P/O H. Alton injured.

LK

908

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*I'.  Bombed Hannover on 22 September 1943.  Attacked by an enemy aircraft and flak during raid on Kassel on 22/23 October 1943, severely damaged.  Landed safely at Snetterton Heath, written off due damage.  1 killed, 1 injured.

LK

909

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*G'.  Returned early from mission to Munich on 6/7 September 1943, due to radio failure.  Bombed Montlucan on 15/16 September 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 22/23 September 1943.  All were killed.  Probably shot down by night fighter.

LK

913

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*N'.  Hit by incendiaries during attack on Munich on 6/7 September 1943, and crash-landed near Cerilly, France.

LK

914

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*K'.  Reported as "NA*N" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 22/23 September 1943.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

915

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*V'.  Bombed Hannover on 22 September 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 27/28 September 1943, shot down by a night fighter, crashed near target area.  5 crew were killed and 2 POW.

LK

916

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*P".  Bombed Montlucan on 15/16 September 1943.  Bombed Modane on 16/17 September 1943.  Bombed Bochum 29/30 September 1943.  Bombed Berlin on 22/23 November 1943

LK

917

Handley Page

Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, based at Thothorpe, coded 'WL*X'.   Bombed Modane on 16/17 September 1943. Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 27 / 28 September 1943.  Crashed near Eberholzen.  All 8 crew were killed.

LK

918

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*F'.  Low on fuel after attack on Berlin 28/29 January 1944, landed at Dishforth and skidded off the runway.  Severely damaged.

LK

919

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*R'.  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 27/28 September 1943.  All were killed.

LK

920

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*J'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 4/5 October 1943.  All 7 crew were killed.  Came down near Haut-Fays, Belgium.

LK

923

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*B'. Failed to return from attack on Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944, attacked by a night fighter.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LK

924

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LK

925

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*R'.  Failed to return from attack on Kassel on 3/4 October 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  3 crew were killed, 3 POW.

LK

927

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LK

928

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*B'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 20/21 December 1943.  3 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

930

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 and No. 429 (B) Squadrons, RCAF.  With No. 1664 Heavy Conversion Unit when lost on a leaflet raid over France on 21 March 1944.  Recalled due to bad weather, suffered runaway engine over English Channel.  Forced landed in UK after 3 crew bailed out.  3 crew still on aircraft died of burns following the forced landing.

LK

931

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*W'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 4/5 October 1943, shot down by a night-fighter.  Crashed near Ubereisenbach.  5 were POWs and 2 evaded capture.

LK

945

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, named "The Old Straw Hat".   Coded 'WL*T', dates unknown.  Coded "WL*O" by December 1943, and when lost on 19 / 20 February 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig, shot down by a night fighter.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LK

947

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*Z".  Named "Dragon".  Also with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*R".  With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*H", when it bombed Karlsrhue on 24/25 April 1944.

LK

950

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*T'.  Hit by flak on 19/20 November 1943, the starboard inner u/s.  Over England on return, both port engines quit and the crew bailed out.   Crashed into a cemetery near Canterbury, 1 killed.

LK

952

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*K'.

LK

953

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Also with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*C' when it bombed Mannheim-Ludwigshafen on 18/19 November 1943.  Still "WL*C" when it failed to return from attack on Berlin on 22/23 November 1943.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LK

954

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*E'.  Bombed Dusseldorf on 3/4 November 1943, damaged by flak over target.  Crashed in farm field near Coningsby on return.   All were killed.  Memorial to crew unveiled at crash sight on South Kyme Golf Club in Lincolnshire in November 2009.

LK

956

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*S'.  While returning from attack on Leverkusen on 19/20 November 1943, hit by flak.  Crew baled out over Holland, 4 POWs and 3 evaded.

LK

959

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*D' when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Kassel on 22/23 October 1943.  All were killed.

LK

963

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*H'.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  All were killed.

LK

964

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "SE*N" when it bombed Le Mans on 13 March 1944, and Amiens on 15 March 1944.  Varying information from another source: Coded 'SE*T' when it failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19 / 20 February 1944.  All were killed.

LK

967

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*J'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 25/26 November 1943, shot down by flak.  4 crew were POWs and 3 evaded capture.

LK

968

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*P'.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 3/4 December 1943.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LK

969

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*G'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 25/26 November 1943, shot down by a night fighter.  6 crew were POW, plus at least one fatality.

LK

970

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*N'.  Bombed Stuttgart on 26 November 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 20 / 21 December 1943.  Took off at 16:50 no further reports received.  All of the crew were POW.

LK

971

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*Y'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 15/16 February 1943.  All were killed.

LK

972

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*F".  Also with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*N".

LK

973

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from RAF Tholthorpe, coded 'SE*E'.  Failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 25/26 November 1943.  Reported as destroyed by night fighter.  All 7 crew were killed.

LK

974

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*J", named "Judy Garland", in spring of 1943.  Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*Z', when it bombed Berlin on 15/16 February 1944.  Still with this unit when lost on 19/20 February 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig.  Came down near Stendal, Germany.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LK

975

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*E'.  Also with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*N'.

LK

976

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*Z'.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim on 18/19 November 1943.  All were killed.

LK

990

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*X'.  Failed to return from attack on Leverkusen on 19/20 November 1943.  1 killed & 6 crew were POW.

LK

991

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*U".  Struck by landing Halifax BB251 of 1659 HCU while parked at Topcliffe on 21 December 1943.  This aircraft repaired and returned to service, BB251 written off.

LK

993

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*J'.  Bombed Berlin on 20/21 January 1944.  Failed to return from mission to Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.

LK

995

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*C'.  Reported as failed to return from attack on Frankfurt on 19/20 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter, 5 crew were POW, but not confirmed (may be confused with LK993, which see).


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