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      Designer Manufacturer basic designation variant or model name comments
B 4158   Sopwith   Pup     Operated by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919.
B 4338   Sopwith   Pup     Operated by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919.
B 5333   Sopwith   Pup     Operated by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919.
E 731   Airco Whitehead Aircraft Ltd., Richmond, Surrey D.H.9 D.H.9a   Operated by No. 2 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919 to 1920.
E 732   Airco Whitehead Aircraft Ltd., Richmond, Surrey D.H.9 D.H.9a   Operated by No. 2 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919 to 1920.
E 4207   Avro   504 504K   Operated by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919.
E 4764   Sopwith   Dolphin     Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, 1918/1919.
E 5747   RAF Austin Motor Co., Birmingham S.E.5 S.E.5a   Used by No. 1 Squadron, Canadian Air Force (UK).
E 5755   RAF Austin Motor Co., Birmingham S.E.5 S.E.5a   Used by No. 1 Squadron, Canadian Air Force (UK).
E 8213   Sopwith   Snipe     Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK, c.1918 to 1920.  Carried inscription "Leicester - Canada", and Indian chief head on tail.  Later sent to Canada, where it operated with RAF serial number.
E 8495   Airco   D.H.9 D.H.9a   Operated by No. 2 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919 to 1920.
F 1611   Airco   D.H.9 D.H.9a   Operated by No. 2 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, c.1919 to 1920.
F 4336   Bristol   F.2 F.2b Fighter Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK, c.1918 to 1920.  Carried inscription "Huddersfield - Canada".  Later sent to Canada, where it became G-CYBC (which see).
F 4767   Sopwith   Dolphin     Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK, 1918/1919.
F 7076   Sopwith   Dolphin     Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK, 1918/1919.
F 7085   Sopwith   Dolphin     Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, at Shoreham-by-Sea, UK, 1918/1919.
F 7982   RAF Austin Motor Co., Birmingham S.E.5 S.E.5a   Used by No. 1 Squadron, Canadian Air Force (UK).
F 9020   RAF Vickers Ltd., Crayford S.E.5 S.E.5a   Used by No. 1 Squadron, Canadian Air Force (UK).
F 9029   RAF Vickers Ltd., Crayford S.E.5 S.E.5a   Used by No. 1 Squadron, CAF, in England, c.1918 to 1920.  Carried presentation mark  "No. 168 Presented by the Addis Ababa Branch Overseas Club and Patriotic League".
J 7758   Armstrong-Whitworth   Siskin III   Evaluated by RCAF, in Canada.  Later became RCAF 10?
J 7759   Armstrong-Whitworth   Siskin III   Evaluated by RCAF in Canada.  Evaluated by No. 2 (Operations) Squadron at High River, Alberta, in June and July 1927.  Shipped to Camp Borden, Ontario, after trials completed.
K 6127   Westland   Lysander     First prototype Lysander.  Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Old Sarum and/or Odiham, UK, mid 1940.  Fitted with 20 mm cannon at this time.
L 1851   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   Delivered with fabric covered wings.  With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "YO*U".  Damaged when it ran into a fuel bowser on scramble from Hornchurch on 18 August 1940.
L 1875   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   Delivered with fabric covered wings.  Served with No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by Bf 109s on 31 August 1940 at 09:20, pilot bailed out over Gravesend, suffered burns.
L 1973   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   Delivered with fabric covered wings.  Serveing with No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it received severe damage south of London on 15 September 1940, during engagement with Bf109s and He111s.  Repaired, remained in service to July 1944 (with RAF units?).
L 3120   Blackburn   Roc     Evaluated by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF in November 1940, at Odiham.
L 4042   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.
L 4084   Handley Page   Hampden     Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed after loss of control during fighter affiliation exercise with a pair of Hawker Typhoons, on 3 April 1943.  Spun in from 2,000 feet, came down near Marsh Farm, Sussex.  3 fatalities.
L 4086   Handley Page   Hampden     Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*H".  Converted to Torpedo Bomber, probably before arriving at No. 420.
L 4140   Handley Page   Hampden     Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*B", with B underlined.  Lost without a trace on Gardening mission to Yams area on 27 March 1942.  One of 3 squadron aircraft lost that night, probably shot down by night fighters.
L 4788   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Old Sarum and/or Odiham, UK, mid 1940.
L 6055   Handley Page   Hampden     Ordered as Hereford, converted to Hampden.  With No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*D" at Thorney Island, UK.   Lost on anti-shipping strike on 17/18 May 1943, shot down by flak off Dutch coast.   All 4 crew killed.
L 6055   Handley Page   Hampden     With No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*D".  Lost on anti-shipping strike on 17/18 May 1943, shot down by flak from attacked convoy and came down in North Sea.   All 4 crew killed, 2 RCAF, one RAAF and one RNZAF.
L 6644   Bristol   Blenheim     With No. 407 (CS) Squadron, RCAF in May to July 1941.  Used for training only.
L 7250   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*U".
L 7256   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*V".
L 7258   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*R".
L 7259   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*Q".
L 7260   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*P".
L 7264   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*N".
L 7266   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*Y".
L 7267   Saunders-Roe   Lerwick Mk. I   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, from Lough Erne, Northern Ireland, for training in 1942, coded 'DG*B".  Crashed on landing at Lough Erne on 10 September 1942.
L 7401   Avro   Manchester     Served with the Manchester Conversion Flight of No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF in May and June 1942.  Only Manchester with this unit.  Coded "EQ*N".  Launched for 1,000 plane raid on Colgne on 30/31 May 1942, returned early after hydraulic failure.  Only completed operation was bombing of Essen on 1/2 June 1942.  Also served with No. 44 Squadron, No. 61 Squadron (including 1,000 plane raid on Essen on 1/2 June 1942?), No. 50 Squadron (including raid on Bremen on 25/26 June 1942), No. 1485 (Target Towing) Flight, and No. 1661 Conversion Unit.
L 8076   Miles   Magister I   Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF as a hack and trainer, taken on strength 5 December 1941.  Sold to Turkey in 1942-1943.
L 8270   Miles   Magister Mk. I   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as squadron hack and trainer, 1941/1942.  Sold to Turkey in 1942-1943.
L 9337   Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*Q".  Failed to return from a mission off the Norwegian coast on 5 November 1941.
L 9454   Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*G".
L 9802   Bristol   Beaufort Mk. I   Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, for training from Thorney Island, UK, in 1941/1942.  Coded "R".
L 9819   Bristol   Beaufort Mk. I   Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, for training from Thorney Island, UK, from 3 September 1941.  Coded "GX*Q".
L 9893   Bristol   Beaufort Mk. I   Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, for training from Thorney Island, UK, from 3 September 1941.  Coded "GX*B".
N 1082   Bristol   Beaufort I   Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, for training from Thorney Island, UK, from 2 September 1941.  Coded "GX*A".  First aircraft with this unit.
N 1102   Bristol   Beaufort I   Used by No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, for training from Thorney Island, UK, in 1941/1942.  Coded "S".
N 1265   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Old Sarum and/or Odiham, UK, mid 1940.
N 1301   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   With No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF when it struck a tree and crashed near Forest Row, Sussex on 17 July 1940, during dive bombing practice with 1st Canadain Army Division.  F/O W.G. Middlebro and LAC H.B.E. Brock killed.
N 1316   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   With No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF when it crashed on takeoff near Salsbury on 19 March 1940.
N 1731   Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Crashed into top of hill 4.5 miles south-east of Gifford, East Lothian during a training flight on 29/30 August 1941.  Sgt. D.W. Hall, RAF and F/S D.G. Cresswell, RAF killed.
N 1773   Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   Used by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
N 1789   Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   Used by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
N 2440   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF when shot down over the Thames Estuary at 10:30hrs on 18 September 1940, pilot baled out, slightly wounded.  Crashed at Dungeness.
N 2530   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF when shot down on 31 August 1940 by a Bf 109, pilot baled over Gravesend, pilot was severely burned.
N 2590   Hawker Hawker, Kingston and Brooklands Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF in summer of 1940.
N 3066   Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Delivered to No. 9 MU on 11 October 1939.  Served with No. 611, 616, and 308 Squadrons in 1940 and 1941.  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  27 May to 26 July 1941, coded "KH*N".  To No. 57 OTU, crashed 2 November 1941 while there.
N 3106   Lockheed   Hudson Mk. III   Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded 'RR*D'.  Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk, but this is actually a Spitfire serial.
N 3364   Boulton Paul   Defiant MK. I   Served with No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in 1941/42.   Crashed while on patrol night of 26/27 March 1942, came down near Morpeth, UK.  Pilot F/S F.E. Haines killed.
N 3443   Boulton Paul   Defiant MK. I   Served with No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in 1941/42.
N 3503   Boulton Paul   Defiant MK. I   Served with No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, in 1941/42.  Crashed into Aberlady Bay, East Loyhian on 11 April 1942, during a training flight.  Sgt. R.G. Smith and Sgt. A.G. MacKinnon killed.
N 3542   Bristol   Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*S".
N 3600   Bristol   Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*K".
N 3611   Bristol   Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*H".
N 3941   Miles   Magister I   Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF as hack and trainer.  Left this unit on 29 July 1944.
N 8067   Miles   Master I   With No. 400 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it spun in at Wooldings Farm, Overton, Hampshire on 22 November 1942, killing F/O R.M. Curphey.
N 9096   Handley Page English Electric Hampden TB   Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Destroyed by fire after striking Hampden X3061 at St. Eval on 22 June 1943.
P 1153   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, coded "GX*V".  Lost on 27 June 1942, 3 crew killed.
P 1157   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF, in 1943, as a torpedo bomber.  Shot down by flak while attacking enemy shipping off the Dutch coast on 18 February 1943.  Ditched at 22:57, crew rescued by ASR Walrus 2 days later.  Believed to have damaged one merchant ship in the attack.
P 1165   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in 1941, coded "EQ*B".  Shot down 28-29 Decmber 1941 by night fighter, (Oblt Emil Woltersdorf, III./NJG1) and crashed 2 kilometres East of Winterswijk (Gelderland), Holland.
P 1166   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, in 1942, coded "EQ*K".  Converted to Torpedo Bomber, date not known.
P 1187   Handley Page   Hampden Mk. I   Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*X".  Bombed Stuttgart 4/5 May 1942, operating from Waddington.   Hit by flak, over Luxembourg, while returning to base, and shortly afterwards was attacked by a Me 110.  Later crash-landed at St.Mary's Farm, Great Bentley, 7 miles ESE of Colchester, Essex.
P 1244   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*Y".  Convereted to Torpedo Bomber.  Lost on raid to Kassel while with this unit, 27 - 28 August 1942.  All 4 crew killed.   Brought down by flak, exploded on impact in the village of Istha, 11 miles west of Kassel.
P 1314   Handley Page   Hampden Mk. I   Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*S".  Converted to Torpedo Bomber.
P 1694   Westland   Lysander Mk. I   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Old Sarum and/or Odiham, UK, mid 1940.
P 1729   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   Served with No. 112 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, in UK in last half of 1940.
P 2065   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Converted to Torped Bomber.  Served with No. 415 (TB) Squadron, RCAF.  Caught fire while refueling on 26 February 1943 at Thorney Island.  Bomb load exploded, aircraft destroyed.
P 2073   Handley Page   Hampden Mk.I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF.
P 2094   Handley Page   Hampden Mk. I   Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*Q".  Ground accident at 1555hrs on 20 May 1942 at Waddington, UK.   Damaged beyond repair after being struck, while parked, by a 44 Squadron Lancaster, which had gone out of control on its take off run.
P 2647   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Delivered with 2 bladed Watts propeller.  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941.  Coded "YO*B".
P 2971   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Serving with No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF when shot down at 09:15 on 31 August 1940 by Bf 109s, pilot baled out over Cranbrook, suffering burns.
P 2993   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF.  Badly damaged on 7 October 1940 in combat with Bf 109.  Landed at Biggin Hill, repairable.
P 3021   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Served with No. 402 (F) Squadron at Digby in spring of 1941, coded "AE*X".
P 3041   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941.  Coded "YO*S".
P 3069   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*A".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Was damaged by return fire from Do17Z of 7/KG2 following attack on Debden at  15:30 that day, repairable.  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941.  Coded "YO*A".  Note that the aircraft operated by the Canadian Warplanes Heritage Museum c.1984 to 1993 marked as P3069, "YO*A" was actually ex RCAF 5377 (which see).
P 3080   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941.  Coded "YO*C".  Shot down by a Bf 109 over Tunbridge Wells, at 12:10 on 15 September 1940.  F/O Nesbitt bailed out, wounded.
P 3081   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF when shot down during combat near Northolt on 9 September 1940.  F/O Nesbutt bailed out, badly burnt.
P 3086   Hawker Gloster Aircraft Company, Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Served with No. 402 (F) Squadron RCAF in 1941.
P 3271   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron RCAF in 1941.
P 3534   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "YO*S".  Shot down during an attack on He 111's over Tunbridge  at 16:15hrs on 11 September 1940, pilot baled out, was wounded in the leg and with burns.  Aircraft crashed on Lakestreet Manor, Mayfield.
P 3647   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941.  Coded "YO*U".  Shot down 27 September 1940 during a combat with Ju 88's and Bf 110's.  Pilot killed, near Hever, Kent at 09:15hrs.
P 3670   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*E".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, mid 1941, same code.
P 3672   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and 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.  Damaged in action over North Kent on 27 September 1940, repairable.
P 3767   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, at Digby, UK.   Lost while on patrol 25 March 1941, pilot F/L C. P. Henderson, aged 20, killed.  Crashed near Digby.
P 3788   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron RCAF in 1941.
P 3858   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF.  Shot down near Dover at 09:20 on 31 August 1940.  Aircraft crashed and burned near Upper Street, Broomfield, Kent.  Pilot bailed out.
P 3859   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*B".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Abandoned after combat over Thames estuary at 10:30 on 18 September 1940.  Crashed at Dungeness, pilot bailed out, with wounds.
P 3863   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*H".  Scored squadron's first victory, when F/L G.R. McGregor was credited witrh one bomber destroyed, on 26 August 1940.
P 3868   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF.  Returned to base with severe damage to tail  in action against Do215s & Me110s over Maidstone, 14:30 on 1 September 1940, repairable.
P 3869   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF.  Force landing at Biddenden on 26 August 1940, exact circumstances unknown, repairable.  Abandoned over Gravesend after combat with Bf109, at 09:20 on 31 August 1940.  Pilot bailed out.
P 3872   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF, coded "YO*V".  Damaged on 26 August 1940 in attack on a Do17Z of 7/KG2 following attack on Debden at  15:35, repairable.
P 3873   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*H".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Shot down on 5 October 1940, pilot F/O H. de Molson baled out over Canterbury, wounded.  Aircraft crashed at Deering Farm, Smarden.
P 3874   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Shot down by defensive fire from a Do 17, crashed at Little Bardfield, Essex, pilot was killed, at 15:40 on 26 August 1940.
P 3876   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Shot down, pilot F/O R. Smithner (or Smither?) killed, in combat with Bf 109s over Tunbridge Wells at 12:10hrs on 15 September 1940.  Came down near Staplehurst, Kent.
P 3883   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*Q".
P 3899   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Forced landing at Gatwick on 27 September 1940 with damage sustained in action against Ju88 & Bf110 over North Kent at 09:20, repairable.
P 3920   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron RCAF.   Abandoned on 5 February 1941 after attack by Bf 109 over the Channel, was on a Circus mission.
P 3963   Hawker Hawker Aircraft Limited, Kingston, Brooklands, and Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*K".  Shot down over Shipbourne, at 14:25 on 1 September 1940, in combat with Do 215s and Me 110s.  Pilot bailed out, burnt.  P/O J.W. Kerwin surved, and was credited with one D0 215 and one Me 110 on this mission.  Later killed in combat in the Aleutians.
P 4400   Handley Page   Hampden Mk. I   Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*J".  Took off on operation from Waddington UK at 13:37 on 12 February 1942, lost without a trace.
P 4845   Bristol   Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*D".
P 4847   Bristol   Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*A".
P 5180   Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 401 (F) Squadron RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.
P 5189   Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. I   Served with No. 501 Squadron, coded "M".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron RCAF, coded "OY*M".
P 5193   Hawker Canada Car & Foundry, Fort William Hurricane Mk. I   Served with No. 501 Squadron, coded "O".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron RCAF, coded "OY*O".
P 5330   Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group) Hampden Mk. I   Served with No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, at Waddington, UK, coded "PT*J".  Crashed at 03:15 on 25 April 1942 near Sonderby Klint, 6 km SSE of Assens on the Danish island of Fyn.  On mission to Rostock at the time.  Sgt. F.G.W. Adams PoW.
P 5332   Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group) Hampden Mk. I   Operated by No. 420 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "PT*T".  Shot down by a night-fighter (Fw Heinz Grimm, II./NJG2) and crashed 01:40 on 3 July 1942 into the Ijsselmeer.  On raid to Bremen at the time.
P 5334   Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group) Hampden Mk. I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF in the UK, 1941 - 1942, coded "EQ*Q".
P 5392   Handley Page Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Ontario group) Hampden Mk. I   Served with No. 408 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EQ*W".  Took off from Balderton at 00:32 on 15 December 1941 for raid on Cherbourg.  Crashed at 03:27 at New Farm, Longdown Enclosure, 2 miles SE of Lyndhurst Road Station and 4 miles SW of Totton, Hampshire.
P 7280   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   First Spitfire built at Castle Bromwich.  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*N".
P 7281   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  January and February 1942.
P 7301   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Reported with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 12 August 1941 in 2 Group documents, but not confirmed by RAF movement card.
P 7308   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / V   Converted to Mk. V after delivery.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron RCAF, as a Mk.. V, from 16 April to 17 May 1942.
P 7310   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. Iia   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*B".  Also with No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in November 1941.
P 7320   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from December 1941 to April 1942.
P 7342   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*A".  May be a typo in Griffin and Kostenuk, this serial number was not used. Possibly R7342?
P 7343   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*D".  May be a typo in Griffin and Kostenuk, this serial number was not used.  May be R7343?
P 7352   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to August or September 1941.  Coded "KH*B".
P 7354   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from November 1941 to early 1943.
P 7355   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Delivered to the RAF in August 1940.  With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from July to October 1941.  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  October 1941 to January 1942.  Coded "KH*W".  Destroyed in collision with Oxford L9703 on 21 April 1942, with 831:00 airframe time.
P 7355   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 403 (F) Squadron when it forced landed 1 1/2 miles south-west of Turnbill at 16:20 on 16 July 1941, dule to faulty fuel gauge.  Category C damage.
P 7368   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*J".  Briefly with No. 54 Squadron, RAF, that same summer.
P 7422   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*O".  Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk, but not confirmed by RAF records.
P 7438   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  in September 1941.  Coded "KH*G".
P 7442   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Delivered to RAF in September 1940.  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, July and August 1941.  Also briefly with No. 54 Squadron, RAF, that same summer.  Destroyed in crash landing after engine failure on 12 December 1942.
P 7444   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in December 1941.
P 7447   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / V   Converted to Mk. V after delivery. With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. V, from 5 August 1941.
P 7505   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / PR.XIII   Delivered to RAF in October 1940.  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July and August 1941.  Coded "KH*C".  Later converted to partial Mk. V, then to PR. Mk. XIII.  Struck off on 28 March 1945.
P 7529   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*C".
P 7544   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 November 1941.  Struck by P7893 while parked at Charmy Down, on 2 January 1942.  To Westland Aircraft for repairs, but struck off on 4 April 1942.
P 7552   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*Q".  Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk, but RAF records show this aircraft crashed on 17 January 1941.
P 7553   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from December 1941 to mid 1942.
P 7564   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941 to May 1942.
P 7595   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, July to October 1941, coded "DB*G".
P 7602   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, November 1941 to February 1942.
P 7603   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, August to October 1941, coded "DB*Z".
P 7610   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in September 1941.  With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 4 January 1942.
P 7622   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  summer of 1941.  Coded "KH*M".
P 7623   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF in July 1941.
P 7673   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Delivered to RAF in October 1940.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF in October 1941.  Later converted to ASR(IIC), served until 1945.
P 7679   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,from 27 July 1941.  Scored this unit's first kill, one confirmed Bf 109 and one probable Bf 109, over France on 13 October 1941.  Pilot was P/O R. W. McNair.  Shot down during this combat, pilot rescued from English Channel near St. Omar, France.
P 7687   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 December 1941 to February 1942.
P 7688   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 10 April 1941 to October 1941.
P 7694   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 1 September 1941 to February 1942, coded "DB*J" and "DB*W".
P 7697   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, fall of 1941, coded "DB*F".  Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk, but not confirmed by RAF records, which show this aircraft lost on operations on 21 August 1941, while with No. 65 Squadron.
P 7698   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, 22 December 1941 to May 1942.
P 7703   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, fall of 1941, coded "DB*Z".  May be a typo in Griffin and Kostenuk, this serial number not used.
P 7738   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, September and October 1941.
P 7743   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to August 1941.  Coded "KH*Q".
P 7744   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Bow Street Home Guard" when delivered to the RAF in December 1940.  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to August 1941.  Coded "KH*E".
P 7746   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "City of Bradford I".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to August 1941.  Coded "KH*K".  Also briefly with No. 54 Squadron that summer.
P 7747   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "City of Bradford II".  Damaged in collision with R7204 on 19 June 1941, while with No. 64 Squadron.  To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 28 January 1942.  Destroyed in mid-air with Master DL559 on 14 January 1943.
P 7755   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 July 1941.  Lost on 29 July 1944, still with this squadron.
P 7756   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Pampero IV".  Reported with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941, but flown by 130 Squadron, RAF at least twice in August 1941.  Coded "KH*U".
P 7759   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 21 July 1941 to October 1941.
P 7776   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  September 1941.  Coded "KH*S".
P 7777   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 21 July 1941 to Ocotber 1941.  with No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 December 1941.
P 7782   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in August 1941.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 16 February 1942.
P 7818   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  September 1941.  Coded "KH*T".
P 7820   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 19 December 1941.  Category B accident on 19 March 1942, probably still with this unit.
P 7825   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 15 July 1941.  Crashed and burned near Cosford Salop on 30 July 1941.  Struck off 5 August 1941.
P 7827   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, July to October 1941, coded "DB*H".
P 7829   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 August 1941 to February 1942.
P 7834   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 November 1941 to May 1942.
P 7856   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Operated by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, 1941, coded "VZ*E".  Scored this unit's first kill, a Bf 109 over the English Channel on 13 October 1941.  Pilot was Sgt. E. N MacDonell.  RAF records do not show this aircraft with RCAF unit.
P 7880   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July 1941, coded "DB*Q".  Damaged in accident on 7 September 1941, still with this unit.
P 7893   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 September 1941 to October 1941.
P 7897   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 August 1941.  To No. 61 OUT on 26 February 1942.
P 7905   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 7 September 1941.  Coded "KH*P".
P 7908   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Delivered to No. 37 Maintenance Unit on 2 February 1941.  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 9 September 1941.  To No. 154 Squadron on 10 December 1941.
P 7911   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 19 July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*B".
P 7914   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 21 July to November 1941, coded "DB*D".
P 7915   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*W".  Later with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 September 1941, coded "DB*B".
P 7917   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / ASR (IIC)   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 14 July 1941.  To No. 54 Squadron from 4 August 1941.  Later to No. 58 OTU.  Converted to ASR (IIC) in late 1943.
P 7918   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 July 1941.  To No. 310 Squadron from 21 October 1941.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 19 December 1941.
P 7923   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Venture I".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July to October 1941, coded "DB*R".
P 7926   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Hereward the Wake".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July to October 1941, coded "DB*N".
P 7966   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Manxman".  With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 August 1941.  Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, fall of 1941, coded "DB*L" and "DB*P", but not confirmed by RAF records.
P 7978   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 September 1941.  Category B damage while with this unit on 22 January 1942.  Later to No. 58 OTU.  Destroyed in mid-air with X4914 on 17 June 1943, had 565.5 airframe time.
P 7979   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 29 September 1941.  Reported by Kostenuk and Griffin with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941, coded "KH*Z", but not confirmed by RAF records.
P 7982   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 5 August 1941.  Damaged when it skidded into snow bank at Peterhead on 6 February 1942.  Still with this unit when destroyed on 7 February 1942, when struck on the ground by Stirling N6086.
P 7985   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 5 august 1941.  Reported by Griffin and Kostenuk with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, fall of 1941, coded "DB*P", but not confirmed by RAF records.
P 7987   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 19 September to October 1941.
P 7989   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 410 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 14 December 1941.  Damaged in flying accident while with this unit, on 15 March 1942.
P 8012   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 412 (F) Squadron RCAF on 18 February 1942.
P 8017   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 17 August to September 1941.  Coded "KH*Z".  Later converted to a Mk. V.
P 8030   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 December 1941 to May 1942.
P 8041   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 October to November 1941.
P 8047   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 January to May 1942.
P 8071   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 November 1941 to mid 1942.
P 8076   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July to November 1941, coded "DB*M" and "DB*T".
P 8080   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 9 September 1941.
P 8086   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire II   Operated by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July to October 1941, coded "VZ*B".  Later converted to Mk. V.
P 8090   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 July to August 1941.  Coded "KH*H".
P 8132   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   To No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 5 December 1941 to January 1943.
P 8136   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Reported in Griffin and Kostenuk with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, fall of 1941, coded "DB*S", but not confirmed by RAF movement card.
P 8145   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire II   Named "Mabel", after Mrs. M. Crawford.  Operated by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 August 1941, coded "VZ*K".
P 8162   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "DS&G North Valley".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 31 December 1941.  Received Category B damage on operations on 31 January 1942, still with this unit.  Repaired on site.
P 8168   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Assam II Lakhimpur".  With No. 417 (F) Squadron from 5 December 1941 to February 1942.
P 8169   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Assam III Lakhimpur".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron from 19 September to October 1941.
P 8171   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Reported by Griffin and Kostenuk with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941, coded "KH*A".  Not confirmed by RAF movement card.
P 8172   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "By Dand".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 July 1941, coded "DB*A".  Still with this unit when lost on operations 27 September 1941.
P 8175   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Baltic Exchange II".  with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 3 September 1941.
P 8179   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / ASR (IIC)   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 September 1941 to May 1942.  Later converted to ASR (IIC).
P 8186   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 30 November 1941.
P 8191   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Sqaudron, RCAF, from 9 September 1941 to October 1941.
P 8192   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 February 1942.
P 8195   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / V   Converted to Mk. V on 30 October 1941.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 17 April 1942.
P 8201   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 December 1941.
P 8233   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  July to September 1941.  Coded "KH*L".
P 8250   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire II   Operated by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 August 1941, coded "VZ*F".
P 8263   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 July 1941, coded "DB*C".  Scored this unit's first victory, a Bf109 damaged over France, on 27 September 1941.  Pilot was P/O R. W. McNair.
P 8275   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 31 December 1941.  To No. 83 Maintenance Unit Salvage Unit on 1 April 1942, then to No. 58 Operational Training Unit on 27 July 1942.
P 8276   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 17 July to October 1941.
P 8325   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. Iib   With No. 416 (F) Squadron from 1 April to May 1942.
P 8348   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "British and Friends ex Japan".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, no dates.
P 8369   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire II   Reported with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, 1941, coded "VZ*G" by Griffin and Kostenuk.  RAF movement card only shows No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 November 1942, and Category B damage with this unit on 26 February 1942.
P 8373   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 24 July 1941.
P 8377   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Siwabong".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in July and August 1941.
P 8379   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Oldham and Leeds".  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 December 1941.  Still with this unit on 11 January 1942, when it overturned on landing at Petterhead.  Category B damage, repaired, returned to service.
P 8380   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Black Velvet".  With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, in July and August 1941.
P 8384   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 Squdron, RCAF, not confirmed.
P 8390   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Bostonian".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 14 January 1942.
P 8391   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire II   Operated by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 July to October 1941, coded "VZ*L".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 December 1941.
P 8392   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIa   Named "Magnet".  with No. 410 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 12 September 1941.
P 8393   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Garfield Weston VI".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 September 1941.
P 8396   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Bermuda II".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 19 September to December 1941.
P 8397   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Cheshunt and Waltham".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 November 1941 to May 1942.  Possibly also with No. 412 (F) Squadron, not confirmed.
P 8422   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 February to April 1942.
P 8425   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Spirit of Crewe".  with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, July and August 1941.
P 8436   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / V   Named "Marvi".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 9 September 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident with this unit, on 12 September 1941.  Later converted to Mk. V.
P 8472   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) squadron, RCAF, from 22 July to October 1941.   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 November 1941.  Category AC damage in a flying accident while with this unit, on 19 December 1941.  Repaired on site.
P 8508   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 December 1941.
P 8546   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF July and August 1941.
P 8549   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA / V   To No. 401 (F) squadron, RCAF, on 7 December 1942.  To No. 402 (F) squadron, RCAF, on 16 April 1943.  To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 23 May 1943.  Later converted to Mk. V.
P 8561   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. V   Named "Kalahari".  With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 26 April to May 1943.
P 8570   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 January 1942, coded "AN*R".
P 8571   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, 23 July to December 1941.  To 310 Squadron on 6 December 1941, then to No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 14 December 1942.
P 8577   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF 3 to 7 September 1941.
P 8586   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 August 1941.  Still with this unit when destroyed by fire resulting from a flying accident on 31 August 1941.
P 8598   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Reported with No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, but not confirmed by RAF movement card.
P 8640   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. Vb   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 July 1943.  Repaired on site on 20 July 1943, no details.
P 8650   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. Iib   Named "Defendamas".  With No. 416 (F) Squadron from 20 February to June 1942.
P 8652   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 September to October 1941.
P 8657   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "The City of Leicester Flight III".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 July to September 1941, coded "DB*V".
P 8663   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 August 1941, coded "DB*X".  Still with this unit when it received Category AC damage in a flying accident on 8 September 1941.
P 8674   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIA   Named "Afrikaander".  With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 21 July to October 1941.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 5 December 1941.  Still with this unit when it received Category AC damage from a flying accident on 26 February 1942.  Repaired on site.
P 8691   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIb   RAF mvement card calls this a Mk. I, converted to Mk. IIb.  Named "Ceredigian I".  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 14 January 1942.  Still with this unit when it received Category AC damage in a flying accident, date unknown, repaired on site.
P 8702   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIa   With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 9 September to October 1941.
P 8715   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 10 February 1943.  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 3 March 1943, coded "DB*O".  Lost during Rhubarb mission to Airel, France on 14 April 1943.  Pilot seen in dinghy off Cherbourg after combat with Bf109.  F/Lt W.T. Johnstone reported KIA
P 8726   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. IIa   Delivered to RAF on 1 July 1941.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 16 July to August 1941, coded "G".  Shot down 27 August 1941, pilot F/L E.C. Cathels, a Canadian in the RAF, POW.   Also reported with No. 54 Squadron when lost on operations on 28 August 1941?
P 8740   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  summer 1941.  Coded "KH*E".  Shot down by Bf109s off Dunkirk on 21 August 1941.  Pilot S/L B.G. Morris became POW.
P 8742   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 August 1942.  Repiared on site on 21 November 1942.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 3 June 1943.  Destroyed on takeoff on 7 July 1943, struck wall after "taking off wrong runway" at Perranporth.
P 8744   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*P".
P 8750   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 2 April 1942.  Lost on 1 May 1942, in combat with Bf109s over St. Omar, France (also reported as Fw 190s near Le Havre).  Pilot F/L E.L. Neal bailed out south of Portsmouth, rescued.  This mission is described as "Circus 150" and "Rodeo 10".
P 8751   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 July 1943.
P 8759   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 October 1942.  Received Category AC damage in a flying accident with this unit on 4 October 1942, repaired on site.  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 25 January 1943.
P 8783   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 31 December 1941, on operations.  Coded "YO*A".  Assigned to close escort on Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.
P 8784   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB / PR.XIII   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 16 July 1942.  Extensively damaged in a wheels up landing at Leeming, after engine failure, on 22 August 1942 while with this unit.  The pilot, Sgt. C.F. Sorenson had crashed another Spitfire a few hours earlier.  Converted to PR.XIII in 1943.
P 8787   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 April 1944.  Sold to Portugal on 22 August 1947.
P 8788   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 April 1944.  Sold to Portugal on 22 August 1947.
P 8791   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB   With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 30 June to September 1942.  Sold to Portugal on 12 November 1947.
P 8792   Supermarine Vickers, Castle Bromwich Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*Y".  Slightly damaged on Target Support Operation 77, 12 August 1941.  Repaired on site, returned to unit on 20 September 1941.
P 9178   Westland   Lysander Mk. II   Served with No. 112 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, in UK in last half of 1940.
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