RAF Type C1 roundel

Canadian Military Aircraft
Serial Numbers
RAF Owned, RCAF Operated
Serial Numbers X1000 to Z9999

Brief List

RAF Type B roundel



Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

name

comments

X

1599

Vickers

 

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

Reported  with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*E", in "RCAF Squadrons and Aircraft".  This serial number never used, believed to actually be Z1599 (which see).

X

2898

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk.I

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by flak during night shipping sweep off Egmond, Holland on 19 August 1943.

X

2961

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk.I

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*S".  Severely damaged by flak during a torpedo attack off the Dutch coast on 22 December 1942.  Returned to base.  Shot down by Fw 200 over Bay of Biscay while on anti-submarine patrol 14 June 1943.

X

2989

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk.I

 

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

X

3051

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk.I

 

Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF from Balderton, UK, coded "EQ*U".  Lost without a trace on mission to Bremen on 21/22 January 1942.

X

3057

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk. I

 

Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*C".

X

3061

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk.I

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Destroyed by fire after being struck by Hampden N9096 while parked at St. Eval on 22 June 1943.

X

3115

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

TB

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Destroyed by fire and explosions after collision of Hampdens N9096 and N3061 at St. Eval on 22 June 1943.

X

3116

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

TB

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.

X

3122

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk. I

 

Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF.

X

3140

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

TB

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Also reported with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF?

X

3145

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

TB

 

Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*F".  Failed to return from patrol over Bay of Biscay 17 July 1943.  SOS received from off Coates, no further trace.

X

3149

Handley Page

English Electric

Hampden

Mk. I

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*B".  Struck by Lancaster from 44 Squadron, RAF, while parked at Waddington on 20 May 1942.  Repaired, converted to Torpedo Bomber, and transferred to RCAF for use at No. 32 Operational Training Unit on west coast.

X

3201

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, from 9 January 1942.

X

3277

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*F".

X

3284

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, dates not known.  Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*X" and "OW*R".  Reported as failed to return from mission to Munich on 9/10 March 1943, no survivors.  Also reported as lost on mining mission, same date.

X

3308

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*O".  Hit by flak twice over target on mission to Bremen on 13/14 September 1942.  Ditched 3 miles off Southwold, Suffolk. RAF pilot drowned, rest of crew rescued.  Most of the surviving crew would be on X3344 when it crashed a month later on a training flight.

X

3344

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF. Crashed on a training flight 6 October 1942.

X

3348

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*Z".  Crash-landed at 23:32 on 26 January 1943, at  Blackden Edge, on Kinder approximately 2 mile north of Edale,  High Peak region of Derbyshire. Was returning to RAF Croft from a raid on Lorient, 2 crew injured.

X

3357

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*T".

X

3359

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 13 May 1942, coded "VR*N", named "N for Nails".  Failed to return from raid on Essen on 16 / 17 June 1942.  Airborne at 23:55 on 16 June 1942 from Mildenhall.  Experienced engine over heating problems, possibly due to plug fouling, jettisoned bombs and fuel after one engine shut down.  Crossed Antwerp at 4,000 feet en route back to UK, coned by searchlights and hit by flak.  Crashed near Wuustwezel (Antwerp), 16 km NNE of Antwerp.  Pilot Sgt. C.E. LeBlanc killed, 2 evaded, 2 POW.

X

3360

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*R".  Crashed at Budberg, 9 km NW of Duisburg, on 5/6 August 1942, on raid on Essen.

X

3361

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Assigned No. 425 Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed on ferry flight from No. 43 Maintenance Unit to this unit, on 1 February 1943.

X

3364

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "KW*J".  Crashed on takeoff for mining mission to Frisian Islands on 27 February 1943, no injuries.  Serving with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF at time of crash.  Accident cause was airspeed indicator failure.

X

3390

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 419 (B Squadron, RCAF, coded "W", when it bombed Krefeld on 2 October 1942.  Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*W" when it failed to return from mining mission to Frisian Islands on 2/3 March 1943, no survivors.

X

3392

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*C".

X

3399

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 428 Squadron, RCAF.  Operations flown include L'Orient on 16 February 1943; Wilhelmshaven on 19 February; Cologne on 26 February (returned early after being late for rendezvous);  mining operation on 2 March; Hamburg on 3 March (returned early); Essen on 5 March; mining operation on 7 March and 9 March; air sea search on 10 March; and Essen on 12 March 1943.  Damaged by flak over target on this mission.

X

3401

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*E", in the UK 1942/43.

X

3409

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*J".  Attacked Lorient, France 15/16 January 1943.  Landed at Tangmere on return, due to bad weather.

X

3416

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*J".  Lost without a trace on mission to Duisburg on 13/14 July 1942, out of Mildenhall.  This crew was on its second mission.

X

3420

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*H".  Attacked Lorient, France 14/15  January 1943.  Shot down at 21:06 on 14 February 1943, by Hptm Manfred Meurer of  I./NJG1, near Heel and Beegan during mission to Cologne, no survivors.

X

3426

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*D".

X

3460

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

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

X

3467

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*N".  Nick named "N for Nuts".  Bombed Le Havre on 5 April 1942.  Crew bailed out after both engines set on fire on mission to Hamburg, 8/9 April 1942.  Crashed at 01:32  on marshy ground between Roggenburg and Barssel, 18 km SE of Leer.  Rear gunner killed when chute snagged on aircraft.  Rest of crew, including, pilot P/O A.B. Crichton and bomb aimer F/S H. Brooks, taken prisoner after landing on German side of Belgium/Germany border.

X

3470

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*E".

X

3477

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*G".  Shot down, by at least two Me110s, on raid to Lubeck on 28/29 May 1942.   Crashed at high speed on coastal marshes near Wilhelmshaven.  2 crew killed, 4 PoW.

X

3480

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*J".  Shot down during raid on Warnemude on 7/8 May 1942.  Came down off Rejsby, Denmark.  1 Crew killed, 5 PoW.

X

3483

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*S".

X

3484

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*O".  Lost without a trace on raid on Dortmund, from Mildenhall, on 13/14 April 1942.

X

3486

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*U".  Lost without a trace on raid to Essen, 5/6 June 1942.  Based at Mildenhall at that time.  5 crew commemorated on Runnymede Memorial.

X

3488

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*H".  Lost on raid to Hamburg on 28/29 July 1942.  Reported being attacked by fighter, believed to have crashed in North Sea.  All crew lost, including Squadron CO W/C J. Fulton.  Known as "Moose", his nickname lives on today in the Squadron name.  Radio operator P/O William Gordon Campbell, RAF, and American second pilot F/S E.F. Monroe, are buried in Sweden.

X

3541

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

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

X

3543

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

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

X

3545

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

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

X

3546

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

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

X

3550

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 428 Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*J".   Attacked Kiel, 4/5 April 1943.

X

3553

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "Y" when it bombed Lorient on 26 January 1943 and Hamburg on 4 March 1943.

X

3556

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed one mile west of Catworth, UK while on a training flight, 6 July 1942.  Overturned on a forced landing just west of Catsworth, England, after one engine failed.  2 survivors, and 8 dead, including two USAAF passengers.

X

3563

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*T".  Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*T" when lost on 1 March 1943.  Crew bailed out over Ireland after attack on St. Nazaire, all interned but soon released.  Aircraft crashed in plowed field near Ballybane-Milltown, near Ballinlough in County Roscommon.

X

3592

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*E".

X

3600

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF.

X

3648

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*R".  Mining operation near Frisian Islands, 9/10 January 1943.  Attacked docks at Lorient, France 29/30 January 1943.

X

3659

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*B".  Bombed Dortmund on 15 April 1942.  Dispatched to Cologne on 22 April 1942, rear turret failed, jettisoned bombs and returned early.  Bombed Rostok on 24 and 26 April 1942; Stuttgart on 4 May 1942.  Dropped mines on 17 May 1942.  Dispatched to Cologne on 1 June 1942, rear turret failed again, brought bombs back.  Bombed Essen on 2 June 1942; Essen on 8 June 1942.  Dispatched to St. Nazaire on 17 June, turned back by weather, brought bombs back.  Dropped mines near Simonszand on 21 June 1942.  Dispatched to Emden on 22 June 1942, turned back with ASI and altimeter unserviceable.  25 June 1942 dispatched to Bremen, turned back with unserviceable tail gins.  Bombed Bremen on 29 June 1942, damaged by flak over target.

X

3696

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Mission to Lorient 14/15 January 1943 as "OW*J", but returned to base with u/s rear turret.  Lost over North Sea on 27 March 1943, as "OW*T" (or "OW*Y"?), during mission to Duisberg, no survivors.  Believed to have crashed in North Sea near Wilthernsea, Yorkshire.

X

3699

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "VR*Q".  With No. 426 Squadron, coded "OW*Q", when it attacked Lorient, France on 14/15 January 1943, flown by crew from No. 425 Squadron.  Mining operation near Frisian Islands 21/22 January 1943.  Attacked Oldenburg in daylight, 30 January 1943.  Mission to Essen 12/13 March 1943.  Lost on raid on Kiel on 4/5 April 1943, after flak damage and fighter attack.  Ditched 10 miles off Cromer, Norfolk, 3 crew KIA.

X

3703

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF coded "VR*Q".  Failed to return from raid on Warnemunde on 8/9 May 1942.  All 5 crew killed.

X

3704

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Bombed St. Nazaire on 28 March 1943.  Bombed Kiel on 4 April 1943.  Launched to Duisburg on 8 April 1943, returned early due to icing.  Bombed Frankfurt 10 April 1943.

X

3711

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*R".  Shot down by a night-fighter of  I./NJG4 on raid to Karlsruhe on 23 September 1942,  and crashed at 02:10 near Warnant (Namur), 9 km NNW of Dinant, Belgium.  Crew was on its 19th mission, all 5 killed.

X

3712

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*D".  Lost on raid to Saarbrucken on 29/30 July 1942.  Believed shot down by a night-fighter of 5./NJG1, and crashed at 01:32 at Porcheresse (Namur), 11 km NE of Ciney, Belgium.  One crew evaded, other 4 all killed.

X

3715

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*G".  Lost on raid to Gennevilliers on 29/30 May 1942.  Crashed at Argenteuil, 7 km NW of Gennevilliers in the NW suburbs of Paris.  All 5 crew killed.

X

3717

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*C".  Lost on raid on Stuttgart on 6/7 May 1942.  Crashed in the vicinity of Mannheim.  All 5 crew killed.

X

3723

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*H".  Lost on raid to Essen on 16/17 June 1942.  Airborne at 23:36 on 16 June 1942 from Mildenhall.  Shot down by a night- fighter of ERG.St./NJG2, and crashed in the sea off the Dutch coast.  All 5 crew killed or missing, three bodies were eventually washed ashore and are buried in various Dutch cemeteries.

X

3752

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Bombed Duisburg on 23 July 1942 and Osnabruck on 6 October 1942 with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.  Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*P" when it attacked Oldenburg in daylight, 30 January 1943.

X

3763

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF in the UK from September 1942, coded "KW*E".  Failed to return from mission to Stuttgart on 15 April 1943.  Crashed at Mussey-sur-Marne  (Haute Marne), on the W bank of the Marne, 8 km south of Joinville, France.

X

3789

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "QB*N".  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.  Mining operation to Frisian Islands on 21/23 January 1943.

X

3790

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*H".

X

3796

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*C".  Crashed while on air test on 15 September 1942.  Crashed 3 miles SW of Grimsthorpe, 12 miles W of Spalding, Lincolnshire, after failing to recover from a steep dive.  All 8 occupants killed.

X

3800

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "PT*Z".  Mining operation to Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943.  Returned without dropping mine, could not locate target.

X

3803

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF in the UK from September 1942, coded "KW*H".  One of 5 aircraft that flew this unit's first operation, against Aachen on 5/6 October 1942.  Mining mission to Frisian Islands 9/10 January 1943.  Diverted to Topcliffe on return, due to bad weather.

X

3808

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "PT*B".  Lost on raid on Koln on 15/15 October 1942.

X

3809

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "PT*C".  Bombed Norden in daylight on 15 January 1943.

X

3814

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "PT*P".  Attacked Essen on 12/13 March 1943.  Failed to return from mission to Berlin (or Bochum?) on 29/30 March 1943, no survivors.  Crashed at Metzkausen, 11 km ENE of Dusseldorf.

X

3840

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "VR*J".  Lost on mission to Warnemunde on 8/9 May 1942.  Attacked by night fighter piloted by Oberfeldwebel Paul Gildner of II./NJG 2 over Denmark.  With wounded and dead crew, and losing fuel, aircraft was belly landed near Rejsby.  Crew set aircraft on fire.  1 crew killed, 4 POW.  Another report of the engagement has the aircraft struck by flak, and ditching off Rejsby.

X

3872

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "KW*A".  Returned early from mining mission to Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943, after starboard engine failure.  Bombed Essen in daylight on 23 January 1943, slight flak damage.  Bombed Oldenburg on 30 January 1943, slight damage from fighter attack.  Crew credited with one Bf 109 damaged on this mission.

X

3873

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "ZL*R".   Mining operation on 3 January 1943.  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.  Failed to return from mining operation to Frisian Islands on 21/22 January 1943, no survivors.

X

3876

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "KW*D".  Launched on daylight raid on Oldenburg on 30 January 1943, returned early because of no cloud cover.

X

3926

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "PT*A".  Returned early from mining operation to Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943, after engine failure.  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.

X

3943

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "KW*G".  Crashed while returning from raid on Aachen on 5/6 October 1942, at Bowton Farm,, 8 miles NE of Braintree, Essex.

X

3963

Vickers

Vickers, Blackpool

Wellington

B. Mk. III

 

Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "PT*D".  Overshot and crashed while landing at Docking, Norfolk on 14 October 1942.  Was returning from raid on Kiel.  No serious injuries.

X

4010

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF in the UK, from 9 July 1941.

X

4026

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 29 May 1941.  Coded "KH*J".  Had left this unit by September 1941.

X

4030

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 May 1941.  Had left this unit by October 1941.

X

4033

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 May 1941.  Had left this unit by July 1941.

X

4106

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 26 October 1941.  Had left this unit by March 1942.  Later with No. 443 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 February 1944.  Survived the war, sold as scrap on 8 January 1948.

X

4161

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May 1941.  Damaged in a flying accident on 3 June 1941, repaired by de Havilland.  Survived the war, and was struck off on 30 September 1945.

X

4172

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 24 May 1942.  Had left this unit by September 1942.

X

4180

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 31 December 1941.  Had left this unit by February 1942.

X

4251

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 25 July 1941.  Had left this unit by 8 August 1941..

X

4257

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Vb

 

First Spitfire built with "B" type wing.  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 8 November 1941, coded "DB*J".  Had left this unit by January 1942, when it was being used for radio trials at Boscombe Down.

X

4319

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 7 June 1941.  Coded "KH*M".  Had left this unit by 21 July 1941.

X

4329

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 21 May 1941.  Coded "KH*C".

X

4382

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 19 July 1941.  Had left this unit by 7 August 1941.

X

4390

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 19 July 1941.  Had left this unit by 3 August 1941..

X

4472

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Reported with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, June to September 1941 in "Fighter Squadrons and Aircraft", but not supported by RAF movement card.

X

4488

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia / V

 

Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 22 June 1941.  Had left this unit by August 1941.  Later converted to Mk. V.

X

4644

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Sarkar I Tirhut".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 24 July 1941.

X

4666

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Kaffaria I".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 10 January 1942.  Shot down by Fw190s off Ostend on 28 January 1942, during Ramrod 12.  Sgt. G.F. Clark KIA.

X

4674

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 29 June to 21 July 1941.  Coded "KH*R".

X

4713

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 14 August 1941.

X

4766

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

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

X

4821

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia / Va

 

Converted to Mk. Va in July 1941.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 13 April to 22 august 1942.

X

4827

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 23 July 1941.

X

4850

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 10 August 1941.

X

4856

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. I

 

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

X

4913

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Flying Scotsman".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 22 July 1941.

X

4915

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "City of Hull II".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 7 June to 21 July 1941.

X

4923

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Nix Over Six Secundus".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 8 August 1941.

X

4924

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Sir Harry and Lady Oaks II".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 22 June to 8 August 1941.

X

4924

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

Named "Sir Harry and Lady Oaks I".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF in July 1941.

X

4937

Supermarine

 

Spitfire

Mk. Ia

 

With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF in May 1941.  May have been shot down on 3 June 1941.

X

7882

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

7893

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on Ranger mission to Vlieland, evening of 18 February 1943.  2 crew killed.

X

7897

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed at Copperhill Farm shortly after take-off from Coleby Grange on 2 February 1943.

X

7924

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, dates not known.  Reported with No. 409 Squadron, RCAF when it collided on takeoff with Spitfire EN867 on take off from Coltishaw on 23 November 1942.

X

7949

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

7974

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8004

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed on 20 March 1943 at Defford, possibly on loan to TFU at the time, but also reported as still with 406 Squadron.  Swung on landing, undercarriage collapsed, written off.

X

8028

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8102

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8104

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*T".

X

8106

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Destroyed on 19 September 1942, when it overshot landing at Coleby Grange.

X

8111

Bristol

Beaufighter

 

Reported with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*V".  This serial number not allocated, probably a typo.

X

8135

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8146

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. Vif

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed on landing at Colby Grange on 19 May 1942.

X

8211

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, at RAF Acklington, UK.  Damaged beyond repair in a belly landing at Acklington on 2 August 1943, following an engine fire.

X

8220

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8222

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down one aircraft on night interception on 28 / 29 August 1942, but crashed while attempting single engine overshoot in fog, striking a house at the end of the runway at Scorton.  2 crew killed.

X

8229

Bristol

Old Mixon shadow factory

Beaufighter

Mk. VIf

 

With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.

X

8231

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

 

Reported with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*M".  This serial number not allocated.

X

8918

Bristol

 

Beaufighter

 

Reported with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*N".  This is probably a typo, as this is actually a Beaufort serial number.

X

9281

Fairey

 

Albacore

 

With No. 415 Squadron, RCAF, coded "NH*H".  Lost on 19 (or 21?) July 1944, apparently last Albacore loss for this unit.  Ditched in English Channel during anti-shipping mission.  F/O O.H. Mennie and P/O R.A. Leach never found.

X

9748

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 2 January 1942, coded "VR*B".  One of 2 aircraft that flew this unit's first operational mission, bombing Brest on 11 January 1942.

X

9757

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF from 8 January 1942.

X

9874

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF from 9 January 1942.

X

9920

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Launched on 12 February 1942 to attack Scharnhorst, Gneisenau and Prinz Eugen at Brest.  Returned without locating target ships.

Z

1053

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 9 January 1942, coded "VR*F".

Z

1067

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*C".

Z

1077

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 8 January 1942, coded "VR*P".  Crashed on returning to Mildenhall on 10 March 1942, after raid on Essen.  Landed down wind, overran runway, hit air raid shelter.  No serious injuries.

Z

1083

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 8 January 1942, coded "VR*O".

Z

1085

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.

Z

1091

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*A".  Based at Mildenhall when it was lost without trace attacking German warships off Dutch coast, 12 February 1942, during Operation Fuller.

Z

1095

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*Q".

Z

1145

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF from 3 January 1942, coded "VR*B".  Based at Mildenhall.  One of 2 aircraft that flew this unit's first operational mission, bombing Brest on 11 January 1942.  Lost on 15 / 16 January 1942, on raid to Hamburg.  Damaged by enemy action, ran out of fuel on return and ditched off Spurn Head.  2 survivors rescued at sea by HMS Goatfell, 2 bodies later washed ashore, 2 others never found..

Z

1146

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "VR*E" or "VR*A"?  Lost without a trace on 12 February 1942, shot down by ship's fire during attack on German warships off Holland (Operation Fuller).  One crew member found dead in dingy, one body washed ashore in July 1942, other 4 crew never found.

Z

1185

Vickers

 

Wellington

Mk. IC

 

Reported with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  This serial not allocated, may be typo.

Z

1562

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, based at Mildenhall, coded "VR*N".  Lost without a trace on a mining mission on 17 / 18 May 1942.  All 5 crew missing, including one RAF and one American in the RCAF.

Z

1572

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*Q", from 13 May 1942.  Forced landing at Mildenhall on 27 July 1942 after tire burst on takeoff, slight damage.  Later with No. 427 Squadron, coded "ZL*Q", from 9 September 1942.  Still with this squadron when it attacked Essen, 5/6 March 1943.  Damaged by night fighter, returned to base on port engine only.

Z

1573

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 427 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Later to No. 75 Squadron, lost on 8 / 9 June 1942.

Z

1597

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed at Rainscombe Farm on the Wiltshire Downs on 7 July 1942 while returning from mining mission, was descending below clouds when it struck trees.  All 6 crew killed.

Z

1603

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "KW*C" when it attacked Essen on 12/13 March 1943.  Also coded "KW*L", dates unknown.

Z

1604

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "U", when it bombed Osnabruk on 6/7 October and Cologne on 15 October 1942.  Later with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*U" and "ZL*P".  Mining operation on 2/3 January 1943 as "ZL*U", first 427 Sdn. Operation under No. 6 Group control.  Returned without mining, due to poor weather.

Z

1623

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*V".  Based at Croft.  Lost without a trace om mission to Aachen, 5 / 6 October 1942.  All 5 crew killed.

Z

1626

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*G";  and later with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*G".  Mining operation on 2/3 January 1943 as "ZL*G", first 427 Sdn. operation under No. 6 Group control.  Returned without mining, due to poor weather.  Mining operation to Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943.  Returned without dropping mine, due to bad weather.  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.

Z

1670

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 429 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  Bombed Wilhelmshaven on 19 February 1943.  Mining mission on 25 February 1943.  Bombed Cologne 26 February 1943.  Took part is search on 4 March 1943.  Mining Operation on 7 March 1943.  Mining mission on 9 March 1943, returned early with compass failure.  Mining mission on 14 March 1943.   Mining mission on 22 March 1943.  Launched to Bochum on 29 March 1943, returned early with engine failure.  Lost on 3 April 1943, when it clipped a power line during air test on 3 April 1943.  Crashed at Broad Farm, South Kilvington.

Z

1674

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*G", in the UK 1942/43.  Bombed Lorient, France on 15/16 January 1943.

Z

1676

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 427 Squadron, RCAF, coded "ZL*S".  Mining operation to the Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943.  Returned without dropping mine, due to bad weather.  During attack on Lorient, 16 / 17 February 1943, hit by flak, destroying all navigation systems, then force landed in Ireland at Kilbarry.  Crew burned their aircraft, and all were interned.  Reported to be the last Allied crew interned in Ireland during the war.

Z

1679

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "PT*B".  Based at Middleton St. George.  Crashed in sea off Pellworm on 9 / 10 November 1942, during mission to Hamburg.

Z

1680

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 426 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*R".  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.  Lost on 30 January 1943, on raid to Hamburg.  Crashed in North Sea, all killed.  Some crew washed up on Fano Island (Denmark?).

Z

1689

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 426 Squadron, RCAF, coded "OW*R".  Failed to return from attack at Oldenburg on 30 January 1943 in daylight,  crew gave a position report over the North Sea, never heard from again.  All were lost.

Z

1691

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*R".  Bombed Oldenburg in daylight, 30 January 1943.  Bombed Cologne on 14/15 February 1943.

Z

1692

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 424 Squadron, RCAF, coded "QB*L".

Z

1696

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF.  With no. 429 (B) Squadron when it took part in search on 21 January 1943.  Struck by flak on raid on L'Orient on 26 January 1943, returned without bombing target.  Bombed L'Orient on 16 February 1943.  Bombed Cologne on 26 February 1943.  Mining mission on 27 February 1943.  Bombed St. Nazarene on 28 February 1943.

Z

1718

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 428 Squadron, RCAF.

Z

1719

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 428 Squadron, RCAF, coded "NA*P".  Bombed Wilhelmshaven on 24/25 February 1943.

Z

1722

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

With No. 428 Squadron, RCAF.

Z

1724

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF in the UK, coded "PT*X".  Bombed Lorient on 15/16 January 1943.  Bombed Cologne on 14/15 February 1943.  Code changed to "PT*C" when it was lost on a training mission on 1 March 1943.  Crashed near Leeming airfield, Yorkshire, after loosing part of wing covering.  Aircraft entered dive, lost port wing.

Z

1727

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 428 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "NA*K".

Z

1729

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 425 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in the UK, coded "KW*T".  Based at Dishforth.  Lost on raid on Duisburg on 20 / 21 December 1942.  Shot down by Hptm Werner Streib, I./NJG1, and crashed at 20:13 at Boekel (Noord Brabant), 5 km NNW of Gemert.

Z

1742

Vickers

Vickers, Chester

Wellington

Mk. III

 

Served with No. 420 Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*C".  Also with No. 425 Squadron, RCAF, coded "KW*C".  With this unit when it failed to return from mining operation, no survivors.

Z

2135

Consolidated

 

Catalina

I

 

Served with No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "H".

Z

2141

Consolidated

 

Catalina

I

 

First aircraft with No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF.  Picked up at RAF Greenock on 4 July 1941, and then flown to 413 Sdn's base, Stranraer by LT George E. Hughes, USN; squadron CO W/C V.H.A. McBratney, RAF; Ensign Smith, USN; and 3 USN maintenance technicians.

Z

2149

Consolidated

 

Catalina

I

 

Served with No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "V".

Z

2165

Douglas

 

Boston

III/Intruder

 

Converted to Intruder version.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 November 1941, coded "TH*X".  Took part in this unit's first operation, bombing mission over Belgium on 26 March 1942.  Lost on intruder and leaflet mission to Thourout and Roulers/Roeselare on 29 November 1942.  3 crew killed.

Z

2173

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed on landing at Debden after operation on 12 April 1942.

Z

2185

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF. Crashed on cross country training flight on 19 October 1942.

Z

2186

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

Converted to Intruder version.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on training mission on 17 October 1942.  2 killed, pilot survived.  Crashed in Carnedd Dafydd in the Carneddau whilst on a cross country navigation training flight from Bradwell Bay in Essex.

Z

2192

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, in 1943, coded "TH*Z" in September 1943.  Left the unit 11 April 1943, returned 18 May 1943, left for good 21 September 1943.

Z

2207

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*B".  Claimed a Do 217 damaged over Loire valley in France on 24 August 1942.  Some sources indicate the damaged aircraft may have in fact been an RAF Whitley.  Still with this Squadron  when lost on a leaflet mission to Namur on 5 December 1942.

Z

2210

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.   Lost on night mission to Gilze Reijen airfield on 12 / 13 April 1942.  3 crew POW.

Z

2220

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

Reported with No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*F", but not supported by RAF Movement Card.

Z

2226

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*K".  Had completed 29 sorties by 6 May 1943.  Left this unit on 7 May 1943.

Z

2240

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*T".  Lost on night mission to Gilze Reijen airfield on 27 / 28 April 1942.  2 crew killed, one POW.

Z

2241

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Left this unit on 30 May 1943.

Z

2269

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*C".

Z

2290

Douglas

 

Boston

III

 

With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Left this unit on 31 July 1943.

Z

2409

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIB

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Scored this unit's first victory, a Ju 88 damaged, while on convoy patrol out of Martlesham Heath on 26 June 1941.

Z

2426

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2459

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2578

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2639

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2676

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2804

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2928

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

2993

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3018

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*C".

Z

3020

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*X".

Z

3067

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3151

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3222

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*Q".

Z

3230

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3237

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.   Took part in Circus 103 on 27 September 1941.

Z

3319

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3341

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Scored this unit's first kill as part of the Digby Wing, a Bf 109 over Rouen, France on 18 September 1941.

Z

3395

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3421

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.   Pilot bailed out after being struck by flak near Marzingarbe on Circus mission on 13 October 1941.  F/L H.S. Crease POW.

Z

3424

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.   Shot down by Bf109s near St. Omar on 27 August 1941.  Sgt. D.W. Jenkin POW.

Z

3577

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*J".  Claimed this unit's first score, by damaging a Ju 88 while patrolling off coast near Skegnes, out of Digby.  Damaged by return fire, crash landed in wheat field near Horncastle, on 8 August 1941.

Z

3585

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*K".

Z

3589

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

IIA or B or C

 

Operated by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

Z

3649

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*L".

Z

3655

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*B".

Z

3658

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*N"

Z

3659

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*P".

Z

3969

Hawker

Hawker Kingston, Brooklands, or Langley

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*Y".

Z

5001

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  May have been with no. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it collided with Spitfire over the Channel on 27 August 1941.  The pilot was posted M.I.A.

Z

5005

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

With no. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on Circus mission 27 September 1941.  P/O S.A. Graham POW.

Z

5048

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*T".

Z

5050

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. IIB

 

Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer / fall of 1941.  Coded "YO*D".

Z

5306

Hawker

Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth

Hurricane

Mk. Iib

 

With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF in Egypt.

Z

5729

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "R", when it attacked the Prinz Eugen near Norway on 17 May 1942.

Z

5736

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "Q", when it attacked and damaged an He 111 off Norwegian coast on 15 January 1942.  Transferred to Portuguese AF in 1943.

Z

5747

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*P".  Attacked the Prinz Eugen near Norway on 17 May 1942.

Z

5753

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

Ivf

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*T".  Scored this unit's first air to air kill on 18 December 1941 - a Ju 88 brought down by W/C Woodruff and F/S I. R. Sims.  Operating from Sumburgh, Shetland Islands, at this time.  Also reported lost on 19 October 1941?

Z

5963

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

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

Z

5972

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

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

Z

6035

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF when it attacked the Prinz Eugen near Norway on 17 May 1942.  Damaged by Bf 109, returned to base.

Z

6168

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 Squadron, RCAF, one of the first Blenheims with this unit.  Operational by 4 May 1941.

Z

6175

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*H".  Crashed at Leuchars, Scotland on 16 June 1942, 3 fatalities.

Z

6179

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF when it struck a balloon cable and crashed on 12 June 1942, over South Shields.  3 fatalities.

Z

6181

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*B".  Based in Shetland Islands when it flew cover for amphibious raids on Vaagso, Norway on 27 December 1941.  Claimed one probable Bf109 on this sortie.  Crashed on take off from Newmarcher on 23 May 1942, while launching for a search and rescue mission.  3 fatalities.

Z

6190

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

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

Z

6245

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

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

Z

6279

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "X",  when it attacked and probably destroyed an He 115 over the North Sea on 15 January 1942

Z

6339

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

With No. 404 Squadron, RCAF when lost in October or November 1941.  Mid-air with Blenheim T1946 of same unit, both came down in Shetland Islands.  Different dates reported in different sources.

Z

6341

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*Z".  Transferred second hand to Portuguese AF in1943.

Z

6343

Bristol

A.V. Roe

Blenheim

IV

 

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

Z

8329

Vickers

 

Wellington

Mk. II

 

Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*L".  Based at Pocklington.  Lost on mission to Bremen on 17 / 18 January 1942.  Returning early with engine failure, engine caught fire, crashed in North Sea.  2 survivors.

Z

8344

Vickers

 

Wellington

Mk. II

 

Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*F".

Z

8358

Vickers

 

Wellington

Mk. II