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Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

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LL

134

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*U'.    Bombed Magdeburg on 21 January 1944.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin, shot down by a night fighter on 28 / 29 January 1944.  All POW.

LL

135

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*R'.  Dispatched to Leipzig on 1 December 1943, returned early after engine failure.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin, shot down by flak over target, on 20 / 21 January 1944.  5 killed & 2 POW.  One of 4 squadron aircraft lost on this mission.

LL

136

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

137

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*D".  Claimed a twin engined night fighter shot down on 9 April 1944 during raid on Lille.

LL

139

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*D'.  Failed to return from attack on Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944, attacked by a night fighter and exploded in mid-air.  7 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LL

141

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*H'.  Bombed Frankfurt on 20 December 1943.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 20/21 January 1944.  All were killed.

LL

150

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*N'.  During attack on Berlin, 28/29 January 1944, hit by flak, the port outer engine lost due to a broken fuel line. On return they ran out of fuel and the crew bailed out into the English Channel. 4 crew rescued, rest missing.

LL

152

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*U'.  After attack on rail yards at Amiens on 15/16 March 1944, had a 500 lb bomb load fall out after landing.   2 killed in resulting explosion.

LL

153

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*K'.  Bombed Lille, France on 8/9 April 1944

LL

168

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*M", when it bombed Berlin on 15/16 February 1944.  Served with No. 434 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*S' when it bombed Frankfurt on 18/19 March 1944.  Attacked by an Fw 190, returned safely to base.

LL

169

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*L'.  Failed to return from attack on Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  All POW.

LL

170

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'AL*N'.  Bombed Berlin on 28/29 January 1944.

LL

171

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'T'.  Also with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*U" when it bombed Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944, received slight damage.  Still with this unit when it bombed Berlin on 28/29 January 1944.  Severe starboard wing damage from attack by Ju 88, returned to base.

LL

172

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*B'.  Bombed Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944.  Bombed Ghent on 10/11 April 1944.

LL

173

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

174

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

175

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

176

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'ZL*Q'.  Failed to return from attack on Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944.  6 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LL

178

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*V", when it bombed Berlin on 15/16 February 1944, and Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  With No. 434 (B)Squadron, coded "WL*R" when lost on 18 / 19 March 1944.  Crashed on return near Thirsk, Yorkshire after a diversionary mining operation to Heligoland, in support of main raid on Frankfurt.  All 8 crew were killed.  Aircraft had been holding due to poor weather at base, when it descended into high ground.

LL

179

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*K'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 20/21 January 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  4 killed & 3 POW.

LL

180

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'NA*R'.  With No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*F" when it bombed on Berlin 15/16 February 1944.  Attacked by a Ju 88, severely damaged.  Returned early from mission to Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944, after multiple instrument failures.  Bombed Ghent on 10/11 April 1944.

LL

181

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*Q'.  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 28/29 January 1944.  All were killed.

LL

191

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

194

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

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

LL

197

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*L".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 20/21 January 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  Came down between the villages of Stapel and Zeetze.  6 killed & 1 POW.

LL

225

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*L".  Damaged over target during attack on the rail yards at Aulnoye on 25/26 March 1944.  Starboard inner engine u/s, crash-landed at Friston, crew ok.

LL

231

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*J'.  Bombed Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944.

LL

232

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*R'.  Bombed Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944.  Bombed Ghent on 10/11 April 1944.

LL

233

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'SE*Y'.  Bombed Lille, France on 8/9 April 1944.    Operated by No. 434 (B) Squadron, possibly coded "WL*Y", when it shot down a Ju88 during a mining mission to Kiel Bay on 23 April 1944.

LL

243

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*U".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Montzen on 27/28 April 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  4 killed, 1 POW, 2 evaded.  Came down near Wittem, Holland

LL

248

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*K".  Dispatched at 16:37 to bomb Frankfurt on 20 December 1943.  Jettisoned bombs at 17:21 and returned to base after port outer engine caught fire.

LL

255

 

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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 19/20 February 1944.  All were killed.

LL

257

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*Z".  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  4 crew were killed and 3 POW.

LL

258

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*W".  Bombed Lille, France on 9/10 April 1944.  Bombed Ghent on 10/11 April 1944.  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Montzen on 27/28 April 1944, shot down by a night fighter All were killed.

LL

285

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'WL*K'.  Bombed Frankfurt on 18/19 March 1944, attacked by a Ju 88, returned to base.

LL

286

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 1659 Heavy conversion Unit, 6 Group.  Crashed on 28 May 1944, several fatalities.

LL

288

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. V

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*P".

LL

547

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*M" and "KW*J".  Also with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*K".  Also with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF at East Moor, Yorkshire, coded "QO*N" and "QO*X".

LL

576

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 415 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "6U*N".

LL

580

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*U".

LL

589

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*N".

LL

593

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 415 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "6U*N".

LL

594

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*X", and "KW*U" when lost.  Shot down by flak during attack on a V-1 storage site at St. Leu D’Esserent on 5 August 1944.  6 killed, 1 POW, 1 evaded.

LL

595

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*K".

LL

596

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*U".

LL

617

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

11 operations flown with No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*J".  11 operations flown with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  34 operations flown with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*F" and EQ*P".  Later became instructional airframe 4957M.

LL

618

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Used by No. 432 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*F".  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 3 December 1943, no survivors.

LL

621

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Operated by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*Y".  Later with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*N".  Then to No. 1668 Heavy Conversion Unit.  Crashed on 23 January 1945

LL

623

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*J", and EQ*U" when lost.  flew 2 operations.  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 24 November 1943, no survivors.

LL

628

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Used by No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*Y".  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 21 January 1944, no survivors.

LL

629

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Used by No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*G".  Damaged by flak during raid on Berlin 23/24 November 1943, crash landed at Malton, Yorkshire on return.  2 crew killed, 3 injured.

LL

630

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Used by No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*D".  Failed to return from operation over Frankfurt on 21 December 1943, shot down by night fighter above Güls near Koblenz.  No survivors.

LL

631

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*G".  Flew 5 operations.  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 3 January 1944, no survivors.

LL

632

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

With No. 432 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*G", from October 1943.  Damaged by night fighter during raid on Berlin on 26/27 November 1943.  With No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*G" when lost.  Failed to return from operation over Leipzig 20 February 1944, shot down by night fighter.  Came down near Stendal, Germany.  2 killed, 5 POW.

LL

633

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*L".  Flew 25 operations.  Failed to return from operation over Nuremberg on 31 March 1944, crashed in Germany.

LL

634

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

20 operations flown with No. 426 Squadron, coded "OW*F", including Berlin on 2/3 January 1944 and Schweinfurt on 24/25 February 1944.  24 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron, coded "EQ*F".  Later to No. 1668 Heavy Conversion Unit.

LL

636

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Named 'Miss Kingsville', 5 operations flown with No. 432 Squadron, coded "QO*B".  With this unit when it bombed Brunswick on 14/15 January 1944, was attacked by fighters and damaged.  48 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron, coded "EQ*G".

LL

637

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

3 operations flown with No. 432 Squadron as "QO*Z".  6 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron as "EQ*P" and possibly "EQ*L".  Lost on 15/16 March 1944, on mission to Stuttgart.  Shot down by night fighter, came down at Hilsenheim, 9 kilometres north-east of Selestat, France.

LL

638

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 432 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*M".  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 28 January 1944, no survivors.

LL

642

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*B".  Flew 48 operations.

LL

643

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*Q".  Flew 23 operations.  Failed to return from operation over Acheres on 8 June 1944.  All crew missing.

LL

647

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

With No. 432 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*D", dates not certain.  With  No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*R", when it failed to return from operation over Frankfurt on 23 March 1944, shot down by night fighters.  5 killed, 2 POW..

LL

675

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, flew 21 operations.  Also with No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*K", "EQ*M", and "EQ*T", flew 18 missions.  Named  'BuZZ-King of Hogtown'.  With No. 408 Squadron when it crashed on 11 July 1944, near Melton Mowbray.  6 crew killed.

LL

676

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*E".  Completed 1 operation.  Failed to return from operation to Berlin on 17 December 1943.

LL

686

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 432 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*F".  Crashed near Ripon, Yorkshire on 2 February 1944.

LL

687

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

15 operations flown with No. 426 Squadron as "OW*L".  12 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron, as "EQ*H" and "EQ*M" when lost.  Failed to return from operation over Hamburg on 29 July 1944.

LL

688

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*R".  Bombed Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944.  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 28 January 1944, no survivors.

LL

699

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B.Mk. II

Used by No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*C".  Flew 1 operation.  Failed to return from operation over Brunswick on 15 January 1944.  6 crew killed, one POW.

LL

700

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*X", flew 11 operations.  With this unit when it bombed Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944.  Served later with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*H", "EQ*J", "EQ*R" and "EQ*X".  Flew 43 operations with this unit, including one to Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Was transferred to 1668 HCU August 1944.  Scrapped in March 1945.

LL

717

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded EQ-F, EQ-W.  Failed to return from first operation over Frankfurt am Main on 23 March 1944, shot down by night fighter.  Came down near Usingen.  No survivors.

LL

718

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, 432 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded EQ-E (when lost) and QO-K.  Completed 4 operations with No. 432 Squadron and 4 operations with No. 408 Squadron.  Failed to return from operation over Stuttgart on 16 March 1944, no survivors.

LL

719

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 432 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded QO-U.  With No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*V" when lost.  Failed to return from operation over Leipzig on 20 February 1944, no survivors.

LL

720

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron RCAF from 29 December 1943, coded "EQ-R" when lost.  18 operations flown.  Failed to return from operation over Leipzig on 20 February 1944, no survivors.

LL

721

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded "OW-U".  Bombed Berlin on 20/21 January 1944.  Bombed Magdeburg on 21/22 January 1944.  Failed to return from operation over Berlin on 28 January 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  4 crew were killed and 3 POW.

LL

722

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded "EQ-N".   Named 'Lady Be Good', 55 operations flown.  Bombed rail yards at Haine St. Pierre on 8/9 May 1944.  Attacked by fighter, no damage.  Attack on German positions around Caen on 7/8 August 1944.  Attacked by a Ju 88, slight damage.

LL

723

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

With No. 432 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded "QO-H".  Flew 5 operations with this Squadron.  Later served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, coded "EQ*H" when it bombed Frankfurt on 18/19 March 1944.  Flew 22 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron.  Failed to return from operation over Dortmund on 22 / 23 May 1944.  Reported as shot down by night fighter, also reported as destroyed by an explosion following a flak hit.  Most likely shot down by Fw190, exploding in flight while flak crews held their fire because of the presence of the Fw.  Bomb load detonated when fuselage came down, causing wide spread fires and damage.  All crew dead, including Squadron CO W/C D.S. Jacobs.  Came down at Westrup, 4 kilometres east-south-east of Haltern.

LL

724

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 432 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded QO-N.  Failed to return from operation over Magdeburg on 22 January 1944, no survivors.

LL

725

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, 432 (B) Squadron RCAF, coded (408) EQ-C and EQ-Z, (432) QO-O.  3 operations flown with No. 432 Squadron and 42 operations flown with No. 408 Squadron.   Coded "EQ*Z" when it bombed V-1 storage site at Nucort, France and launching site at Bois de Jardines on 15/16 July 1944.  Coded "EQ*C" when lost.  Failed to return from operation over Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944, no survivors.

LM

340

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. I

Operated by No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'LQ*O' and "LQ*H".  Based at Gransden Lodge, Bedfordshire.

LM

345

 

Avro

 

Lancaster

B. Mk. I

Operated by No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'LQ*L".  Based at Gransden Lodge, Bedfordshire.  Attacked by Ju 88 on run in to target (Brunswick) on 25 September 1943.  Several fires and other damage resulted, load was jettisoned, two engines shut down and aircraft tried to return home at 100 knots.  Third engine failed near Gronigen, Holland, and crew bailed out.  At least one POW.

LN

240

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*S".

LN

281

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF at East Moor, UK, coded "AL*V".  Burst a tire on landing after mission to Wuppertal on 25 June 1943, damaging both propellers, starboard wing, and bomb bay doors.  With No. 14 OTU when lost on 13 August 1944.

LN

282

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*L".

LN

283

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*P".

LN

284

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*Q".  Failed to return from attack on Cologne on 3/4 July 1943, shot down by a night fighter. 4 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LN

285

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*K".  Failed to return from attack on Cologne on 3/4 July 1943.  All were killed.

LN

291

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*V".

LN

294

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

With No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*E".  Failed to return from attack on Hamburg on 29/30 July 1943, shot down by a night fighter. 4 were killed and one POW.

LN

296

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

With No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, dates and code unknown.  Used by No. (B) 429 Squadron, RCAF, in the UK mid 1943.  Coded "AL*P" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Cologne on 3/4 July 1943, shot down by a night fighter. All were killed.

LN

370

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in 1943.

LN

378

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

LN

402

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, mid 1943, coded "QB*U".

LN

403

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*W".

LN

405

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*U".

LN

409

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK mid 1943.  Coded "KW*I".

LN

423

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*S".

LN

424

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*E".  Failed to return from attack on Wuppertal on 29/30 May 1943, crashed after catching fire.  No survivors.

LN

429

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

LN

431

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in 1943.  Lost on a raid on Lamezia, Italy on 14 / 15 August 1943.

LN

433

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*L" and "QB*K".

LN

435

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*J".  Failed to return from attack on Wuppertal on 29/30 May 1943.  Came down at Numansdorp (Zuid Holland), 35 kilometres south-west of Rotterdam.  3 crew were POWs and 2 were killed.

LN

436

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in 1943.  Coded "KW*D".

LN

438

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*A".

LN

439

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*D", probably in the UK.  Used by No. 429 Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*N" when it failed to return from attack on Bochum on 13 / 14 May 1943.  Possibly shot down by flak, also reported as shot down by night fighter just before starting bombing run.  Came down at Kleinerbroich, about 6 kilometres east of Munchen Gladbach.  4 crew were killed and one POW.

LN

440

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in 1943.  Coded "KW*W".

LN

441

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*X".

LN

451

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on-Swale from 1 August 1943, coded "QO*W".  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 8/9 October 1943.  All 5 crew members were killed.  This was the last raid by Bomber Command Wellingtons over Germany, and probably the last Bomber Command Wellington loss over Germany.

LN

454

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*B".

LN

476

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*H".

LN

477

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*J".

LN

481

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 428 (B)Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*N".  Bombed Duisberg on 26/27 April 1943.

LN

483

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in North Africa in late 1943.  Coded "QB*L".

LN

547

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*G".  Failed to return from attack on Hannover on 22/23 September 1943, one of 2 aircraft lost by 432 Squadron on this mission.  All were POW.

LN

554

 

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. X

Used by No. 432 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QO*P", based at Skipton-on-Swale, UK.  Hit by flak during attack on Hannover on 22 / 23 September 1943, fuel tanks were holed. About 60 miles east of Flamborough Head they ran out of fuel and ditched in the North Sea. 2 missing.

LN

568

 

Hawker

 

Hurricane

 

Used by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF for pilot training.  Crashed into sea at 14:35 on 10 February 1944 near Culscan Bay, killing F/L H.K. McAvity.

LR

263

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 18 November 1943 to 7 May 1944.  Coded "TH*P".

LR

265

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 16 November 1943 to 21 February 1944.  Coded "TH*H".

LR

266

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 22 November 1943 to 11 March 1944.  Coded "TH*M".

LR

267

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 22 November 1943 to 3 March 1944.  Coded "TH*L".

LR

268

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 16 November 1943.  Coded "TH*J".  Missing in action on 3 January 1944 on night intruder mission to the Airfield at Diepholz, Germany, F/O D.C. Bissell and F/O J.E. McGrath killed.  May have come down near Schwichteler, 9 kilometres south-east of Cloppenburg, Lower Saxony, Germany.

LR

270

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 3 February 1944.  Coded "TH*J".  Missing in action on daytime intruder mission to Rennes on 9 (or 10?) March 1944.  W/C R.J. Bennell killed.

LR

327

 

de Havilland

DH, Hatfield

Mosquito

FB.VI

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF from 7 June 1944.  Coded "TH*E".  Missing in action on night intruder mission to Giessen on 1 November 1944.  Crashed near Eckartshausen, Hessen, may have been shot down by fighter.  Crash location also reported as Cratzenbach, near Weilrod, 10 kilometres west of Usigen.  F/O J.S. Hill and F/S G.W. Roach, RAF killed.

LV

780

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*M".  Failed to return from attack on Dusseldorf on 22 / 23 April 1944, 6 killed and 1 POW.  Crashed near Goirie, Holland.  Possibly operated by 427 Squadron crew on this mission?

LV

789

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S", and "ZL*U" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Noisy Le Sec on 18/19 April 1944.  All were killed.

LV

797

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*L".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 30/31 January 1944.

LV

821

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*N".  Failed to return from attack on Brunswick on 12/13 August 1944.  All were killed.

LV

828

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*Q".  Lost on operations on 1 February 1944.

LV

829

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*D".  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  All were killed.

LV

830

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*Q".  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Also with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*H".

LV

831

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*P".  Collided with MZ295, "AL*Y" of No. 429 (B) Squadron on 27/28 May 1944, during raid on the military camp at Bourg Leopold.  Both aircraft lost.

LV

836

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*W".  Crashed about 5 minutes after takeoff for attack on Stuttgart on 20/21 February 1944.  All were killed.  Note that some sources mis-identify this aircraft as LK836, which crashed before delivery to the RAF.

LV

840

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*E".  Failed to return from attack on Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944, shot down by flak and a fighter.  One of three squadron losses on this raid.  1 crew killed, 5 POW, 1 evaded.

LV

841

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*H".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944, shot down by flak.  All were killed.

LV

842

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on-Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*D".

LV

860

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 35, No. 10, No. 415 (RCAF), No. 429 (RCAF) as "AL*T", and No. 420 (RCAF) Squadrons.  To No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire after VE Day.  Coded "KW*U" with 425 Sdn.  Named "Spook'n Droop", probably with several different squadrons.

LV

871

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*M".  Failed to return from attack on Schweinfurt on 24/25 February 1945.  Attacked by night fighter several times on approach to target.  Last attack shot off port outer engine, striking fin and rudder.  Came down about 5 miles south-west of target.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LV

879

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*A".  Failed to return from operation to Nuremburg on 30 / 31 March 1944, shot down by night fighter en route to target.  Crashed at Altenbusek, near Giessen, 4 miles from the centre of Giessen. Crew on 2nd operation; 6 killed 1 PoW. The dead of the crew are buried at Limmer Friedhof, Hannover.

LV

883

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*W", and "ZL*M" when lost.  Hit by flak & damaged during attack on the rail yards at Ghent on 10/11 April 1943 (or 1944?).  On return crew baled out & a/c crashed near Ipswich.

LV

898

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*D".  Failed to return from attack on Nurnberg on 30/31 March 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  All were killed.

LV

902

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*T".  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944

LV

910

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*Y".  Crashed near Berméricourt, near Reims, during mission to Metz on 28 / 29 June 1940.

LV

911

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*I".  Crashed on takeoff for attack on Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944, crew ok.

LV

913

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*N".  Pilot W/C A.F. Avant, DSO, DFC, CD injured on operations 13 July 1944.

LV

914

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*V".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944.  1 crew killed and 6 POW.

LV

922

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*B".

LV

923

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*W".  Collided with a 622 Squadron Lancaster, ND767, after drifting north of track during attack on Nurnberg on 30/31 March 1944.  Crashed near Rachecourt, 8¼ miles south-west of Arlon, Belgium.  7 crew were killed and 1 evaded.

LV

938

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*A".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Metz on 28/29 June 1944,  shot down by flak.  1 killed, 5 POW, 1 evaded.

LV

941

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 415 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "6U*G".

LV

944

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*U".  Failed to return from attack on Nurnberg on 30 / 31 March 1944, the 23rd mission for this crew.  All 7 crew were killed.  Crashed at Falkenstein, near Schweinfurt. Believed to have been hit by flak over Schweinfurt, enroute to target.

LV

947

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*S".  Bombed the rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.

LV

950

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*C".  Failed to return from attack of the V-1 launching sites at Foret du Croc, Oeuf en Ternois, and Coquereaux on 31 July / 1 August 1944.  All were killed.

LV

951

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Skipton-on-Swale, UK.  Coded "QB*A".  Failed to return from attack on Brunswick (or Braunschweig?) on 12 / 13 August 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  Crashed near Visselhovede.  1 killed 6 POW.

LV

953

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*F".  Named "Fangs of Fire".  Also with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Skipton-on-Swale, UK.

LV

959

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*R".  Bombed V-1 site at Anderbelck on 14/15 July 1944.  Failed to return from mission to V-1 sites at Bois de Cassan on 5 August 1944.  Crashed near Boran-sur-Oise.  6 Killed, 1 POW.

LV

960

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*G".  Mid air collision at 8,000 feet over Leeming with LW437 during attack on the rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges April 9/10, 1944.  Crew bailed out, crashed near Goole.

LV

961

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*G".  Failed to return from mission to rail yards at Metz on 28 / 29 June 1944.  Crashed near la Rue-St-Pierre.  No survivors

LV

962

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*X".  Crashed during attack on Karlsruhe on 24 / 25 April 1944, after being attacked by a night fighter.  Crashed near Werkendam, Holland.  5 killed and 2 POW.

LV

963

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*V".  Failed to return from attack on Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944, shot down by flak.  5 killed and 3 POW.

LV

964

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*T".  Bombed oil facilities at Donges on 23/24 July 1944.  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Collided with another Halifax on 5/6 January during mission to Hannover, (possibly NP999 which did not return from this mission), but returned to base.

LV

965

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*J".  Attacked by fighter, hit by flak during attack on Stuttgart 25/26 July 1944.  Some damage, returned to base.  Crash landed at Old Buckenham airfield at 22:22 local time on 9 October 1944.

LV

966

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*P".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at St. Pol and Cambrai, on 14/15 June 1994.  Came down near Saultain, France.  All were killed.

LV

967

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*B", named "B for Beer".  Bombed Saarbrueken on 13 January 1945.  The crew's final operation, and the aircraft's 92nd operation.  Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*R", probably late in the war.  Survived the war, scrapped in 1947.

LV

968

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*L".  Failed to return from attack on Karlsruhe on 24/25 April 1944, controls iced up, crew baled out.  2 killed 5 POW.

LV

970

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*T".  Failed to return from mission to Villeneuve St. George on 4 / 5 July 1944.  Hit by flak, crashed near Boissy-sous-St-You.  No survivors.

LV

971

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*N".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Noisy Le Sec on 18/19 April 1944, hit by flak in target area.  All were killed.

LV

985

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*K".  Bombed rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.

LV

986

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*V".  Attacked by a night fighter during raid on the rail yard at Ghent 10/11 May 1944.  Severe damage, landed at Woodbridge.

LV

987

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*K".

LV

988

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*P".  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Also with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, dates not known.

LV

989

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*R".  Stalled and spun in on the way to attack on the rail yards at Le Mans on 22/23 May 1944.  1 survivor.

LV

990

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*J".  Failed to return from attack on Dusseldorf on 22/23 April 1944, one of three squadron losses on that raid. Hit by flak near Aachen, believed to have crashed near the water tower in Merzenich, Germany, 4 kilometres east of Dueren.  6 killed and 1 POW.

LV

991

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*U".  Bombed rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.

LV

993

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Completed 96 operations, probably the most for an RCAF Halifax.

LV

994

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*L".  Also with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*J".

LV

995

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*Y".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Arras on 12/13 June 1944.  4 killed, 3 evaded.

LV

996

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Reported with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*P", named "Pride of the Porcupines".  Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*K".  Transferred to No. 429 (B) Squadron by 1 March 1945, when it bombed Cologne.  Coded "K" when lost on 5/6 March 1945 during Operation Thunderclap, in a raid on Chemnitz, with 429 Squadron. Also reported as coded "E" at the time.   Crashed at Halling, Kent in UK on return flight, after running out of fuel.  All 7 crew killed.

LV

997

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*E".  Failed to return from mission to Hamburg on 28 / 29 July 1944.  Shot down, crashed near Wesselburner.  2 killed, 5 POW.

LV

998

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Skipton-on-Swale, UK.  Coded "QB*H".  Missing on mining mission on 12 / 13 January 1945.  At least one crew member PoW, F/O J.G. Agnew.

LW

113

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swales, coded "QB*F".

LW

114

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Boulogne on 11/12 May 1944, possibly collided with NA500 of 432 Sdn.  Crashed between Le Portel and Outreau, south of Boulogne.  All were killed.

LW

117

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*K".  Swung on take-off in fog and crashed through a hedge causing the landing gear to collapse at Skipton-on-Swale on 17 September 1944. The aircraft was on the way to Boulogne.

LW

119

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Skipton-on-Swale, UK.  Coded "QB*O", named "Oscar".

LW

120

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*E".  Failed to return from attack on the Rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  2 killed, 4 POW, 1 evaded.

LW

121

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*X".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at St. Pol and Cambrai, shot down by a night fighter, 15 June 1944.  2 killed 5 POW.

LW

122

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*Z".  Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*F".  Slight damage from fighter attack during on the Rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges 4/5 July 1944.  Returned to base.  Alos with No. 433 (B) Squadron, coded "BM*F" and "BM*W".  Reported to have completed 73 operations.

LW

123

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "BM*W".  Failed to return from attack on the Rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  6 killed, 1 POW.

LW

124

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*N".  Failed to return from attack on the 2 rail yards at Aachen on 24/25 May 1944, shot down by flak.  4 killed 3 POW.

LW

127

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

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

LW

128

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on operations on 8 June 1944.

LW

129

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*G".

LW

130

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 May 1944, coded "ZL*L".  Bombed rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.  bombed Brunswick on 12/13 August 1944.  Severely damaged by flak over Dortmund on 12 September 1944, out of service until 1 November 1944.  Returned to service then as "ZL*U".  May have been struck by friendly fire from another Halifax on 6 January 1945, on operations to Hanau.  Struck off in November 1945, still on the books of 427 Squadron at that time.

LW

131

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*J".  Failed to return from mission to Dusseldorf on 2 / 3 November 1944, believed to have been shot down.

LW

132

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*H".  Failed to return from attack on a fuel and oil storage site at Foret De Chantilly on 8 August 1944, seen to catch fire outbound, descend to about 5,000 feet and exploded, 1 survived.

LW

133

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S".

LW

135

 

Handley Page

 

Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*R".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Arras on 12/1 3 June 1944.  5 killed, 1 POW, 1 evaded.

LW

136

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

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

LW

137

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*K".  Failed to return from attack on the 2 rail yards at Aachen on 24 / 25 May 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  4 killed, 3 POW.

LW

139

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*P".  Crashed on training flight on 23 February 1945.  Pilot performed a go around from 3 engine approach, second engine failed during circuit.  Came down between Exelby and Londonderry at 17:39 local time.  One crew died in crash, 3 more died over next few days, other 3 injured.  Second engine failure apparently resulted from a sleeve failure, fairly common in the Hercules engine in this time period.

LW

157

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*S".  Failed to return from mission to Aachen, 24 / 25 May 1944.  No survivors.

LW

161

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*V".  Bombed Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944.

LW

162

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*D".

LW

163

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*U".

LW

164

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*C".  Completed 67 operations.  Exploded after swinging on take-off from Skipton-on-Swale on 28 January 1945.  6 crew killed, one injured.

LW

165

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*M".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Arras on 12/13 June 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  All were killed.  A memorial to the crew was unveiled at Ecurie, France on 3 November 2012.

LW

166

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S".  Failed to return from attack on the Rail yards at Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July 1944.  Crashed south-west of target, near Obville, which is less than 4km from Allainville Aux Bois.  2 crew killed, 2 POW, 2 evaded.

LW

169

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swale, coded "QB*L".  Failed to return from mission to V-1 sites at Siracourt on 6 July 1944, shot down by flak.  Crashed near St-Pol in the Pas-de-Calais.  No survivors.

LW

170

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*I".  Veteran of several raids in 1944, including Bourg Leopold on 27/28 May, Houlgate on 5/6 June, Conde sur Noireau on 6/7 June, mining sortie on 7/8 June, Versailles on 10/11 June, Cambre on 14/15 June, Sautrecourt on June 16/17, Oisemont-Neuville on 17/18 June, St. Martin L'Hortier on 21 June, Bonnetot on 24 June, Gorenflos on 25 June, Wizernes on 27/28 June, Metz on 28/29 June, Villeneuve St. Georges on 4/5 July, Siracourt on 6 July, mining sortie on 8/9 July, Bremont on 12/13 July, Anderbeck on 14/15 July, Caen on 18 July, Ferme du Grande Bois on 20 July, Donges on 23/24 July, L'Hey on 24/25 July, Stuttgart on 25/26 July, Hamburg on 28/29 July, Villers Bocage on 30 July, L'Hey on 1 August, Fort de Nieppe on 3 August, Bois de Cassan on 4 August 1944.  Later to No. 518 Squadron, RAF, for weather reconnaissance.  Ran out of fuel due to leak and ditched off Hebrides Islands, date unknown.  Wreckage located post war, recovery efforts underway by 2013.

LW

171

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*M".

LW

173

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*K".  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at Arras on 12/13 June 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  6 killed 1 POW.  Came down near Givenchy-en-Gohelle, France.

LW

175

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*Q".  Failed to return from attack on Brunswick on 12/13 August 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  1 killed 6 POW.

LW

194

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

LW

197

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

With No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "OW*S".  Lost on daylight raid on synthetic oil plant at Sterkrade on 30 September 1944.  Hit by flak, crashed at 13:15 UK time, at corner of Fees and Linden Strasse in Buschhausen, north of Oberhausen.  5 crew killed, 2 POW.

LW

198

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*V".  Crashed near Reims / La Neuvillette, France on 28/29 June 1944, shot down by night fighter during raid on rail yards at Metz.  1killed, 6 POW.

LW

199

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*C".  Failed to return from raid on Düsseldorf, 2/3 November 1944.

LW

200

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire, coded "OW*N".  Collided with Lancaster KB768 of No. 428 Squadron over Yelvertoft, Northhamptonshire on night of 5/6 December 1944.  All 14 aircrew killed, wreckage came down in Yelvertoft and nearby Winwick.

LW

201

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

202

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

203

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*F".

LW

204

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

205

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

206

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

207

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

208

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

209

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

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

LW

210

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Used by No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from Linton-on-Ouse, Yorkshire, coded "OW*B".  Lost during raid on Chemnitz on 5/6 March 1945, part of Operation Thunderclap, airframe icing probable cause.  Broke in flight on outbound leg, scattering wreckage over Nunthorpe Avenue in York.  6 crew and 5 civilians killed, 18 civilians injured.

LW

217

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.VII

Used by No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Struck by a bomb from another Halifax during mission against ground forces near Caen, France on 18 July 1944, crashed near target area.  The bomb strike removed most of the starboard horizontal stabilizer.  1 crew killed, remainder bailed out.

LW

231

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*F".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 22/23 November 1943, shot down by a night fighter.  All were killed.

LW

235

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Crashed while with No. 1666 Heavy Conversion Unit, 6 Group, on 20 October 1944.

LW

239

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*R", and "VR*K" when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim (or Berlin?) on 18/19 November 1943.  All were killed.

LW

240

 

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Halifax

B Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".  Failed to return from attack on rail yards in Modane on 16/17 September 1943, shot down by a night fighter.  4 POWs and 4 evaders.

LW

242

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*N".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 26/27 November 1943.  Reported to have come down at Sankt Ingbert.  All were killed.

LW

243

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

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

LW

279

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*G".  Also with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

LW

282

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*S".  On board fire during attack on Berlin on 29/30 December 1943, crew baled out over Berlin.  All were POWs.

LW

285

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Operated by No. (B) 429 Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*X".  Also reported as being "NA*Z" of No. (B) 428 Squadron, RCAF at time of loss.  Failed to return from mining operation the Kadet Channel and Rugen Island on 23/24 April 1944, shot up severely by a JU-88, headed for Sweden baled out near Listerlandet.  1 killed 6 evaded.

LW

323

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF in fall of 1943, before transferring to No. 35 (B) Squadron, RAF.

LW

325

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*H".  Mining operation to La Rochelle on 3/4  February 1944.  Also with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  With No. 1666 Heavy Conversion Group, 6 Group when it crashed on 24 August 1944.  Multiple fatalities.

LW

326

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF in fall of 1943, before transferring to No. 35 (B) Squadron, RAF.

LW

327

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Was with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A", when lost.  Failed to return from attack on Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  3 crew were killed and 4 POW.

LW

328

 

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Halifax

B. Mk. II

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*L".  Failed to return from attack on Mannheim (or Berlin?) on 18/19 November 1943, ran out of fuel.  1 killed and 6 POW.

LW

347

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*X".  Damaged beyond repair on overshoot on landing, returning from mining operation in Kiel Bay on 22 / 23 March 1944.  Crew OK.

LW

361

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*R".  Named "The Ruhrhuhr".

LW

365

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*W".  Failed to return from attack on the military camp at Bourg Leopold on 27/28 May 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  All were killed.

LW

368

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF at Skipton-on-Swale, Yorkshire.  Coded "BM*L".

LW

370

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Alos with No. 433 (B) Squadron, RCAF coded "BM*T".  Completed 57 operations.

LW

373

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*W".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944.  Shot down by Fw190 near Hannover on return leg.  All crew POW.

LW

377

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*G".  On operations night of 20/21 April 1944.  Hit by falling bombs over the target, road and rail centres at Coutances and Conde sur Noireau, on 6/7 June 1944.  On return crew bailed out at Slapton Sands.

LW

380

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*B".

LW

381

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*B".  Bombed the Nucourt V-1 storage site and the launching site at Bois des Jardines 15/16 July, bombed Stuttgart 25/26 July, and bombed  V-1 launching and storage site at Foret de Nieppe in the Pas de Calais area 9/10 August 1944.  Bombed Dortmund on 6/7 October 1944.  Gunner P/O G. Avranettes awarded DFC for this mission.

LW

382

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

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

LW

383

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

To No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from raid on 12/13 August 1944, not clear if still with 420 Squadron at that time.  Shot down by night fighter over France, came down near Chapelle-a-Ois, 8 kilometers west-south-west of Ath.  4 crew killed, 2 evaded, one PoW.

LW

384

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

LW

385

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*K".  Landed at Friston on return from raid on Augsburg 25/26 February 1944, due to a fuel shortage.

LW

388

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*D".  Named "The Dusty Duke".  Completed 68 operations with this Squadron from 15/16 February 1944.  Bombed Hamburg on 28/29 July 1944.  Emergency landing at Marson on return from mission to Cologne on 30 October 1944, one main gear collapsed on landing.  Before aircraft could be moved it struck by a Lancaster attempting an emergency landing.  Written off.

LW

389

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*N" when it bombed Leipzig on 19/20 February 1944.  Later with No. 434 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "WL*F", when it bombed Stuttgart on 25/26 July 1944.  Attacked twice by a Ju 88, some damage.

LW

390

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*J".  Failed to return from attack on Stuttgart on 20/21 February 1944.  Shot down by a night fighter and crashed at Souastre, in the Pas-de-Calais.  1 killed, 3 were POWs and 3 evaded.

LW

391

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*N", also reported as "KW*J" when it was lost.  Failed to return from raid on Duisberg, 14 October 1944.  Crash landed behind Allied lines, Pilot F/O C. Pidock killed  after baling out too low, navigator F/Sgt. F.P. Cartan died in hospital, other 6 survived the bale out.  Crash site reported as near Hasselt, Belgium.

LW

392

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*S".

LW

394

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*L".  Reported as coded "KW*Z" when lost on 8/9 February 1945.  Starboard engine set on fire by flak, would not feather.  Crew bailed out over Belgium.

LW

395

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed on 11 February 1944, probably on a training flight, near Hanbury, Worcestershire.  Crash location also reported as Carters Hill, Hanbury.  Port outer engine had failed, pilot lost control, aircraft broke apart apparently in pulling out of resulting drive.  All onboard killed, including radio operator Sgt. W.E. Dubroy and his brother Signalman J.L. Dubroy, Royal Canadian Corps of Signals, Canadian Army, who was along for a ride.

LW

396

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*T".  First operation for this aircraft and its crew was a raid on Berlin on 15/16 February 1944.  Attacked by night fighter over Berlin, crew claimed the Ju 88 as a probable.  Missed instruction to divert on return due to malfunctioning radio, attempted several landings in poor weather at Thulthorpe.  Touched down on railway line in error on their 4th attempt, aircraft destroyed.  2 crew killed, rest survived.

LW

412

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 431 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "SE*F" in May to July 1944.  Later with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*Q".  Survived the war, scrapped in 1946.

LW

413

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*Q".  On return from raid on Stuttgart 15/16 March 1944, in poor weather and fuel low, crew baled out.  Crashed at Brierley Hill destroying 3 houses, damaging 50 and killing a person on the ground.  Crew ok.

LW

414

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*E".

LW

415

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AL*K".  Bombed Essen on 29 March 1944.  Failed to return from attack on the rail yards at St. Ghislain on 1 / 2 May 1944, attacked by a night fighter flown by Oblt. Georg-Hermann Greiner of 11./NJG 1 at Bevere, Belgium, 2 km N.W. of Oudenaarde, and exploded in mid-air.  6 crew killed.  Pilot F/O S.M. Leslie thrown clear, parachuted to safety, evaded for some time before he was taken prisoner and held in prison in Brussels.  Freed by Allied ground forces in September 1944.

LW

416

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Skipton-on-Swales, coded "QB*L".

LW

417

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Tholthorpe, Yorkshire.  Coded "KW*J".  Coded "KW*G" on 18/19 March 1944, when it was damaged by fighter during raid on Frankfurt, and when it was lost on 22/23 March 1944, during another raid on Frankfurt.  Shot down by night fighters, exploded while returning from target.

LW

418

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*U".  Hit by flak during approach to Stuttgart 15/16 March 1944.  Fuselage severely damaged, hit by flak again over target.   On return, they ground looped due to the starboard tire being flat.

LW

419

 

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English Electric

Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*F".

LW

420

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*U".  Failed to return from attack on Augsburg on 25/26 February 1944.  7 crew were killed and 1 POW.

LW

421

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*K".

LW

424

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*T".  Lost on 8 February 1944.

LW

425

 

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Halifax

B. Mk.III

With No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*V".  Failed to return from attack on Berlin on 24/25 March 1944, shot down by a night fighter.  All were killed.

LW