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Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

name

comments

R

1605

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. IC.  Later converted to Mk. XVI.

R

1961

Miles

 

Magister

 

Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF as squadron hack from 7 September 1944.

R

2274

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF / V

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Converted to Mk. V after delivery.

R

2276

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

R

2283

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2331

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2336

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941.  Scored this unit's first kill - a Ju 88 over Bedlington on the night of 1/2 September 1941, flown by F/O R. C. Fumerton and Sgt. L. P. S. Bing.  Operating out of Acklington, Northumberland, several days before the squadron was declared operational.

R

2338

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2386

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2402

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2404

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941.   Crashed on landing  one engine on 8 December 1941 at Acklington, UK.  Pilot retracted undercarriage to stop aircraft after it overran the landing, damaged beyond repair.

R

2461

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2466

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2473

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, at RAF Acklington, UK.  The aircraft spun on approach to landing on 14 September 1941 after a training exercise.  Crash sight reported as "Carruther's Farm",  disintegrated upon impact.   F/O Hugh John Findlay and Wireless Op/Air Gunner Sergeant Edwin Karl Vickers killed.  Post war research suggests crash site was actually on estate called Eshott Park, now known as Eshott Birnie farm.

R

2478

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

2479

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 

R

4171

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*L".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Shot down 5 days later while attacking Do 17's, pilot baled out unhurt near West Malling.

R

6079

Airspeed

 

Oxford

I

 

Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF as squadron hack from 15 August 1943 to 22 August 1944.

R

6611

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 May 1941.  Coded "KH*T".  Category C damage in a flying accident on 2 July 1941, still with this unit.

R

6890

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / V

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*H".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 13 March 1942, still with this unit, repaired on site.  Later converted to Mk. V.  Used by No. 444 Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. V, from 27 February 1944.

R

6897

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / V

 

Delivered to 6 MU on 7 July 1940, fitted with cannon wing.  Converted to Mk. V on 23 February 1941.   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 November 1942, coded "DB*Z".  Still with this unit on 28 January 1943, when it was destroyed in mid-air with AB847, over Alby, Lincolnshire.

R

6984

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May to August 1941.  Coded "KH*F".

R

7058

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Named "R.J. Mitchell".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May to July 1941.  Coded "KH*O".

R

7064

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. IA

 

Named "Mercury".  Reported with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer of 1941, by several sources, but not confirmed by RAF movement card.

R

7065

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Named "Chelmsford".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June to August 1941.  Coded "KH*X".

R

7066

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Named "Galleywood".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June 1941.  Coded "KH*G".

R

7068

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Named "Worthing".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June 1941.  Coded "KH*G".

R

7126

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / V

 

Named "Villae de Poole".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. V, from 22 June 1941.

R

7127

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. IA / Va

 

Named "Turris Jehova Fortissimo".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 July 1941.  Later converted to Mk. Va.

R

7129

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Named "Secundus du Busque Rectus".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 May 1941.  Coded "KH*A".

R

7140

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May 1941.  Coded "KH*D".  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 June 1941, still with this unit.

R

7150

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 May to August 1941.

R

7158

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / Vb

 

Named "Cheshire".  Converted to Mk. Vb on 15 April 1941.  With No. 402 Squadron, RCAF, from 14 March to May 1942.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 May 1943, then to No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 23 May 1943.

R

7159

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. IA

 

Named "Kamba Meru".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 June 1941.

R

7162

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. IA

 

Named "Toby".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 21 July 1941, still with this unit.

R

7194

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / Va

 

Named "Bristol Civil Defence".  Converted to Mk. Va mid 1941.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 24 May 1942.

R

7198

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I / PR.IV

 

Named "Sherwood Forester".  With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 July 1941.  Later converted to PR.IV.

R

7220

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Vb

 

Named "Bournemouth II".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*F".  Category B damage, on operations, on 26 October 1941.  Aircraft later passed to USAAF, and to French AF post war.

R

7224

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk.Vb

 

With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 31 May 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 June 1942, sent to SAL for repairs.

R

7235

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. VB or C

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*C".

R

7251

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 July 1941, sent to Westlands for repairs.

R

7252

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.

R

7256

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Va

 

With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 4 August 1941.

R

7260

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. VB or C

 

Named "Bristol Air Raid Warden".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded  "KH*R".  Crashed into the sea on 19 August 1941, off Dover, after successful combat with Bf 109s of JG26 during Circus 81.  Pilot P/O N.R.D. Dick rescued.

R

7265

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. V

 

Named "Grimsby I".  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 August 1942.  Category E damage in a flying accident on 24 September 1942.  Had 179:00 airframe time when struck off.  F/Sgt. K.E. Root killed.

R

7266

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. VB or C

 

Named "Jamshed Pur Gulmari II".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*J".  Failed to return from evening mission on 9 August 1941.  Pilot P/O D.M. Waldon killed.

R

7273

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. VB or C

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*L".  Reported in Kostenuk and Griffin, not confirmed by RAF movement card.

R

7279

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. VB or C

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*S".  Failed to return from Circus 84 on 21 August 1941, lost in combat off Dunkirk.  Sgt. C.E. McDonald taken prisoner.  Had 118:55 airframe time when lost.

R

7301

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 August 1941.

R

7308

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

Reported converted to PR.VII in 1942, also reported with No. 400 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1943.  This may be a typo.

R

7335

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

Named "The Kirby II".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 November 1941 to December 1941.  Later converted to PR.VII, then PR.XIII, before being struck off in 1944.

R

7336

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

Named "Hominis Vis".  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 January 1942.  Assigned to close escort on Circus 112, on 8 March 1942.  Category B damage on operations 2 May 1942, repaired on site.  Had left this unit by August 1942.  Destroyed in mid-air with Martlet FN266 on 27 January 1943

R

7342

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*K".  Failed to return from Circus 81 (or 83?) on 19 August 1941.  P/O K.H. Anthony taken prisoner.

R

7343

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

 

Named "Hexham and District".   To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 11 August 1941.  Left this unit by November 1941.

R

8897

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft

Typhoon

Mk. IB

 

Operated by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*C".

R

8926

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft

Typhoon

Mk. Ib

 

Operated by No. 429 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*B".

R

8971

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft

Typhoon

Mk. Ib

 

Reported with No. 438 (F) Squadron, RCAF, no details.  Later operated by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Flew into a hill near Cummnock Scotland, killing the pilot F/O E.L. Dixon (J20973) of Toronto, on 20 February 1944.  This was the first fatal crash of a 143 Wing Typhoon.

R

8977

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft

Typhoon

Mk. Ib

 

Operated by No. 429 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*D".

R

9001

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.  Still with this unit when it became No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF.

R

9003

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.

R

9004

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed on 19 January 1941, 2 miles west of Odiham.  Engine lost power shortly after take off, flew into raising ground.  Also reported as controlled flight into terrain, encountered mist while night flying.  Official report states "The accident was almost certainly due to loss of control in black-out conditions shortly after takeoff".  Pilot F/L A.H.F. Alloway killed.  Alloway's mother was a reporter for the Winnipeg Tribune, owned by Montreal millionaire J.W. McConnell.  McConnell paid for several "presentation" aircraft during the war, including Spitfire W3441, named "Alloway", presented in June 1941.  Also killed was mechanic passenger, Sgt. G. Wright.

R

9005

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.

R

9006

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.

R

9007

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.

R

9008

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.

R

9009

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.

R

9113

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.

R

9119

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.

R

9120

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF.

R

9125

Westland

 

Lysander

Mk. III

 

With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.

R

9384

Handley Page

 

Halifax

Mk. II

 

With No. 1659 Heavy Conversion Unit when it crashed on 23 April 1944.

T

1808

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*N".

T

1869

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*O".

T

1946

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

With No. 404 Squadron, RCAF when lost in October or November 1941.  Mid-air with Blenheim Z6339 of same unit, both came down in Shetland Islands.  Different dates reported in different sources.

T

1949

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*D".  Still with this unit when it crashed on take off for a training flight from R.A.F. Station Sumburgh, Shetland Islands on 6 October 1942.  3 fatalities.

T

1950

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*C".

T

3011

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3015

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3037

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF from 28 December 1941.  Crashed on 8 January 1942 at Stobswood Colliery, near Widderington, Northumberland.  Was engaged in practice GCI, apparently lost control in clouds and spun in.  Pilot P/O Herbert Basil Wooler, RAF and observer Sgt. T. Williams, RAF killed.

T

3038

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 Squadron, RCAF.

T

3142

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF when lost on a training flight on 27 March 1943.  Spun in near Leverton, Lincolnshire.  Both crew killed.

T

3152

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3155

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*N".

T

3159

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3196

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*U".  May be a typo, this serial number never issued.  Possibly T3169?

T

3221

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed at Ayr, Scotland on 1 September 1942.    F/S N. MacPherson and WO2 S.M. Cooksey killed.

T

3292

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IC

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF for crew training in June 1942.  May not have been on squadron strength.

T

3365

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3387

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3428

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Flew this unit's first operational scramble, on 23 July 1941.

T

3430

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*K".

T

3431

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*O".

T

3436

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*J".

T

3440

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*K".

T

3931

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Attacked by Ju88 intruder on night of 18/19 August 1941, while taking off from Coleby Grange, pilot was F/O N. Head.  Aircraft in action again with same crew on 20 August 1941.

T

3934

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Struck a tree while landing at Coleg (sp?) Grange on 14 August 1941, one minor injury.

T

3937

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

T

3994

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I /IIT

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.

T

4036

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I /IIT

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.

T

4120

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I /IIT

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.

T

5468

de Havilland

 

Tiger Moth

 

Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as squadron hack and trainer, c.1942/1944.

T

5494

de Havilland

 

Tiger Moth

 

Squadron hack with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

T

6569

de Havilland

 

Tiger Moth

 

Squadron hack with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

T

7914

de Havilland

 

Tiger Moth

 

Squadron hack with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

V

1110

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942.  Coded "RA*H".  Later converted to TT.III.

V

1123

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Coded "RA*R".  Later converted to TT.III.

V

1137

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

With No. 410 (NF) Squadron RCAF, when it struck trees and crashed on 8 December 1941, returning from operations.  Pilot F/L R.L.F. Day seriously injured.  Gunner Sgt. J.J. Townsend, RAF,  also injured, pulled pilot from wreckage, later awarded BEM.  Day would become one of the early members of the Gunie Pig Club, after undergoing experimental reconstructive surgery.

V

1183

Boulton Paul

 

Defiant

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Scored this unit's first victory, a Ju-88 shot down over Whitby, on 6/7 September 1941.  (Some sources have different date for this Squadron's first victory.)  Crashed at Stamfordham, UK during a night flying test on 16 March 1942.  P/O I.B. Constant, RAF and W.J. Lewis, RAF killed.

V

5430

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*V".

V

5433

Bristol

 

Blenheim

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF when it failed to return from a mission on the Norwegian coast on 21 February 1942.  Crashed in the Outer Skerries, no survivors.

V

5433

Bristol

Rootes Securities

Blenheim

Mk. IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*F".

V

6603

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*V".

V

6605

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*N".

V

6609

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "YO*X".  With B Flight at Castledown from November 1940.

V

6637

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1941, coded "YO*D".

V

6669

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it crash landed at High Halstow at 15:30 on 17 September 1940.  Oil system damaged in combat with Bf109s, repaired.

V

6670

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Reported crashed and burned near Romney, Kent on 11 September 1940, following combat with He 111s while with No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Pilot survived.  Also reported with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*Z".

V

6671

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*K".

V

6697

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*L".  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.

V

6698

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

V

6749

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it force landed near Cookham on 25 September 1940.  Repairable.

V

6787

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

V

7026

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF when lost on 18 February 1941.  Came down on or near present day location of Bridlington Golf Course, Yorkshire.

V

7287

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*F".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.

V

7288

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 30 September 1940, when it was damaged in combat with Bf 109.  Nosed over on landing, repairable.  Later operated by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*W".

V

7349

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.

V

7498

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.

V

7745

Hawker

 

Hurricane

Mk. I

 

With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.

V

8131

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*T".

V

8144

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*S".

V

8152

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*W".

V

8157

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "EE*P".  Damaged in landing accident in October 1942, repaired and returned to service.  Crashed on 5 December 1942, near Dyce, following a high speed stall while in a steep bank.  2 crew killed.

V

8168

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*B".

V

8189

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*F".

V

8191

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*C".

V

8202

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*L".

V

8203

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*H".

V

8205

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*R".

V

8211

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942.  Crashed on 7 December 1942, right after take off for night training flight from RAF Dyce.  Both crew killed.

V

8212

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*Q".

V

8214

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. IIF

 

Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*G".

V

8454

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

Mk. VIF

 

Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by flak over Bayeaux on 16 April 1943.  Pilot taken prisoner, RN observer wounded and taken prisoner.

V

8717

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

 

Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*P".  With No. 406 (NF) Squadron when it crashed on 18 October 1943.  Broke up in air on a ferry flight, 1/2 mile north of Ty Croes, Anglesey.

V

8718

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

 

Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from Ranger mission over Lisieux and Vire, France on 17 / 18 April 1943.  P/O H.B. Miller and Sgt. W.V. Ivor (RAF) killed.

V

9095

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RR*C" and / or "RR*G".

V

9102

Lockheed

 

Hudson

 

Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RR*X" and / or "RR*W".


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