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R 1605 Vickers Vickers, Chester Wellington IC/XVI   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. IC.  Later converted to Mk. XVI.
R 2274 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF / V   With No. 406 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.  Converted to Mk. V after delivery.
R 2276 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 406 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.
R 2283 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2331 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2336 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941.  Scored this unit's first kill - a Ju 88 over Bedlington on the night of 1/2 September 1941, flown by F/O R. C. Fumerton and Sgt. L. P. S. Bing.  Operating out of Acklington, Northumberland, several days before the squadron was declared operational.
R 2338 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2386 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2402 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2404 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2461 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2466 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2478 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 2479 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF in 1941. 
R 4171 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*L".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.  Shot down 5 days later while attacking Do 17's, pilot baled out unhurt near West Malling.
R 6611 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 May 1941.  Coded "KH*T".  Category C damage in a flying accident on 2 July 1941, still with this unit.
R 6890 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / V   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*H".  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 13 March 1942, still with this unit, repaired on site.  Later converted to Mk. V.  Used by No. 444 Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. V, from 27 February 1944.
R 6897 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / V   Delivered to 6 MU on 7 July 1940, fitted with cannon wing.  Converted to Mk. V on 23 February 1941.   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 November 1942, coded "DB*Z".  Still with this unit on 28 January 1943, when it was destroyed in mid-air with AB847, over Alby, Lincolnshire.
R 6984 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May to August 1941.  Coded "KH*F".
R 7058 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Named "R.J. Mitchell".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May to July 1941.  Coded "KH*O".
R 7064 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IA   Named "Mercury".  Reported with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, summer of 1941, by several sources, but not confirmed by RAF movement card.
R 7065 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Named "Chelmsford".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June to August 1941.  Coded "KH*X".
R 7066 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Named "Galleywood".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June 1941.  Coded "KH*G".
R 7068 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Named "Worthing".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 June 1941.  Coded "KH*G".
R 7126 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / V   Named "Villae de Poole".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as a Mk. V, from 22 June 1941.
R 7127 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IA / Va   Named "Turris Jehova Fortissmo".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 July 1941.  Later converted to Mk. Va.
R 7129 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Named "Secundus du Busque Rectus".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 May 1941.  Coded "KH*A".
R 7140 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 May 1941.  Coded "KH*D".  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 June 1941, still with this unit.
R 7150 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 May to August 1941.
R 7158 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / Vb   Named "Cheshire".  Converted to Mk. Vb on 15 April 1941.  With No. 402 Squadron, RCAF, from 14 March to May 1942.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 22 May 1943, then to No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 23 May 1943.
R 7159 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IA   Named "Kamba Meru".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 June 1941.
R 7162 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IA   Named "Toby".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 21 July 1941, still with this unit.
R 7194 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / Va   Named "Bristol Civil Defence".  Converted to Mk. Va mid 1941.  With No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 24 May 1942.
R 7198 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. I / PR.IV   Named "Sherwood Forester".  With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 July 1941.  Later converted to PR.IV.
R 7220 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Bournemouth II".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*F".  Category B damage, on operations, on 26 October 1941.  Aircraft later passed to USAAF, and to French AF post war.
R 7224 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Vb   With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 31 May 1942.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 June 1942, sent to SAL for repairs.
R 7235 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*C".
R 7251 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Ia   To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 July 1941, sent to Westlands for repairs.
R 7252 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Ia   With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 June 1941.
R 7256 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Va   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 4 August 1941.
R 7260 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Named "Bristol Air Raid Warden".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*T".  Crashed into the sea on 7 (or 19th?) August 1941, off Dover, after successful combat with Bf 109s of JG26.  Pilot P/O N.R.D. Dick rescued.  Also reported as part of Circus 81, coded "KH*R" on 19 August 1941.
R 7265 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.V   Named "Grimsby I".  To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 23 August 1942.  Category E damage in a flying accident on 24 August 1942, struck off 24 September 1942.  Had 179:00 airframe time when struck off.
R 7266 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Named "Jamshed Pur Gulmari II".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941 1941.  Coded "KH*J".  Failed to return from evening mission on 9 August 1941.  Pilot P/O D.M. WalDon killed.
R 7273 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*L".  Reported in Kostenuk and Griffin, not confirmed by RAF movement card.
R 7279 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*S".  Failed to return from Circus 84 on 21 August 1941, lost in combat off Dunkirk.  Sgt. C.E. McDonald taken prisoner.  Had 118:55 airframe time when lost.
R 7301 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Va   With No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 25 August 1941.
R 7308 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.V   Reported converted to PR.VII in 1942, also reported with No. 400 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1943.  This may be a typo.
R 7335 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.V   Named "The Kirby II".  With No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 November 1941 to December 1941.  Later converted to PR.VII, then PR.XIII, before being struck off in 1944.
R 7336 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.V   Named "Hominis Vis".  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 January 1942.  Assigned to close escort on Circus 112, on 8 March 1942.  Category B damage on operations 2 May 1942, repaired on site.  Had left this unit by August 1942.  Destroyed im mid-air with Martlet FN266 on 27 January 1943
R 7342 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Va   To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*K".  Failed to return from Circus 81 on 19 August 1941.  P/O K. Anthony taken prisoner.
R 7343 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk.Va   Named "Hexham and District".   To No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, on 11 August 1941.  Left this unit by November 1941.
R 8897 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Typhoon Mk. IB   Operated by No. 439 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*C".
R 8926 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Typhoon Mk. Ib   Operated by No. 429 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*B".
R 8971 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Typhoon Mk. Ib   Operated by No. 429 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Flew into a hill near Cummnock Scotland, killing the pilot F/O E.L. Dixon (J20973) of Toronto, on 20 February 1944.
R 8977 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Typhoon Mk. Ib   Operated by No. 429 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Coded "5V*D".
R 9001 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.  Still with this unit when it became No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF.
R 9003 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.
R 9005 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.
R 9006 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.
R 9007 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.
R 9008 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.
R 9009 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.
R 9113 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   Used by No. 110 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, from Odiham, UK, mid 1940 to February 1941.
R 9119 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.
R 9125 Westland   Lysander Mk. III   With No. 400 (AC) Squadron, RCAF, at Odiham in 1941.
T 1808 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*N".
T 1869 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*O".
T 1949 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*D".
T 1950 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*C".
T 3011 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3015 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3142 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 406 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3152 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3155 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*N".
T 3159 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3196 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*U".  May be a typo, this serial number never issued.  Possibly T3169?
T 3365 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3387 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   With No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.
T 3428 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Flew this unit's first operational scramble, on 23 July 1941.
T 3430 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*K".
T 3431 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*O".
T 3436 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*J".
T 3440 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*K".
T 3937 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   With No. 410 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.
T 3994 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I /IIT   With No. 410 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.
T 4036 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I /IIT   With No. 410 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.
T 4120 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I /IIT   With No. 410 (NF) Sqaudron, RCAF.  Later converted to Mk. IIT.
T 5468 de Havilland   Tiger Moth     Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, as squadron hack and trainer, c.1942/1944.
V 1110 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk.I   Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942.  Coded "RA*H".  Later converted to TT.III.
V 1123 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Coded "RA*R".  Later converted to TT.III.
V 1137 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   With No. 410 (NF) Sqaudron RCAF, when it struck trees and crashed on 8 December 1941, returning from operations.  Pilot F/L R.L.F. Day seriously injuried.  Gunner Sgt. J.J. Townsend also injured, pulled pilot from wreckage, later awarded George Medal.
V 1183 Boulton Paul   Defiant Mk. I   Operated by No. 410 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, 1941/1942, from Scotland.  Scored this unit's first victory, a Ju-88 shot down over Whitby, on 6/7 September 1942.
V 5430 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*V".
V 5433 Bristol Rootes Securities Blenheim Mk. IV   Used by No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "EE*F".
V 6603 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*V".
V 6605 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*N".
V 6609 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, coded "YO*X".  With B Flight at Castledown from November 1940.
V 6637 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF in 1941, coded "YO*D".
V 6669 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Sqaudron, RCAF, when it crash landed at High Halstow at 15:30 on 17 September 1940.  Oil system damaged in combat with Bf109s, repaired.
V 6670 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Reported crashed and burned near Romney, Kent on 11 September 1940, following combat with He 111s while with No. 1 (F) Sqaudron, RCAF.  Pilot survived.  Also reported with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*Z".
V 6671 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*K".
V 6697 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*L".  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.
V 6698 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
V 6749 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, when it force landed near Cookham on 25 September 1940.  Repairable.
V 6787 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
V 7287 Hawker   Hurricane Mk. I   Operated by No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from Northolt, Middlesex, UK.  Coded "YO*F".  One of ten aircraft that took part in the squadron's first engagement of the Battle of Britain, on 26 August 1940.
V 7288 Hawker   Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 1 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 30 September 1940, when it was damaged in combat with Bf 109.  Nosed over on landing, repairable.  Later operated by No. 4011 (F) Squadron, RCAF, early 1941.  Coded "YO*W".
V 7349 Hawker   Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.
V 7498 Hawker   Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.
V 7745 Hawker   Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  Later converted to Sea Hurricane.
V 8131 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*T".
V 8144 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*S".
V 8152 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*W".
V 8157 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*P".  Crashed on 5 December 1942, following a high speed stall while in a steep bank. 2 crew killed.
V 8168 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*B".
V 8189 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*F".
V 8191 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*C".
V 8202 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*L".
V 8203 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*H".
V 8205 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*R".
V 8212 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*Q".
V 8214 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk. IIF   Served with No. 404 (CF) Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "EE*G".
V 8454 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk.VIF   Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Shot down by flak over Bayeaux on 16 April 1943.  Pilot taken prisoner, RN observer wounded and taken prisoner.
V 8717 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk.VIF   Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF, coded "KP*P".  Failed to return from Ranger mission over France on 18 April 1943.  Both crew killed.
V 8718 Bristol   Beaufighter Mk.VIF   Served with No. 409 (NF) Squadron, RCAF.  Failed to return from Ranger mission over Lisieux and Vire, France on 17 / 18 April 1943.  Both crew killed.
V 9095 Lockheed   Hudson Mk. III   Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RR*C" and / or "RR*G".
V 9102 Lockheed   Hudson     Served with No. 407 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "RR*X" and / or "RR*W".
W 1092 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*A".
W 1094 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*B".
W 1095 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*N".
W 1096 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Named "Every Drop Counts".  Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*O".
W 1097 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "LQ*P".  Crashed on landing from a training mission on 12 July 1942, at Aberporth Airfield, Cardiganshire.  Run through a hedge while landing with one engine out.
W 1109 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, from 31 July 1942.  Coded "LQ*S".  Lost on operation to Dusseldorf on 1 August 1942, crashed near Vorst, Germany.  Operated from Pocklington for this mission.
W 1110 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*C".  Operated from Pocklington.  Shot down by night fighter on 27 / 28 June 1942.  Crashed into the sea 18 kilometres sout-southwest of Den Helder, Holland.
W 1111 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*D".  Operated from Pocklington.  Lost without a trace on operation to Essen, 8 / 9 June 1942.
W 1112 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*E".
W 1113 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "LQ*G".  Shot down by Oblt R. Sigmond of II/NJG2, 29 / 30 June 1942, on mission to Bremen.  Crashed at Noordwolde, 16 kilometres SE of Heerenveen, Holland.
W 1145 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "LQ*S".  Abandoned after losing engine power, and engine fire, over the UK, on mission to Emden on 6 / 7 June 1942.  Crew bailed out.  Crashed near Binbrook, Lincolnshire.
W 1152 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, when lost on 9 November 1942.  Failed to return from anti-shipping strike on La Gironde harbour, 5 fatalities and 1 POW.  Believed to have been brought down by flak..
W 1173 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*X".  Took part in raid on Stuttgart, night of 11/12 March 1943.
W 1175 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "LQ*Q".  Lost on mission to Bremen on 27 / 28 June 1942, believed to have crashed into the sea.  No survivors.
W 1186 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942, coded "LQ*P".  Lost on mission to Hamburg on 26 / 27 July 1942.  Believed to have exploded in flight near Stein, Germany, 10 kilometres SE of Stade.
W 1230 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*L".  Shot down over Hamburg on 27 July 1942, 1 survivor.
W 1235 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.
W 1265 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.  May be a typo, this serial number not used.
W 1271 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*P".  Operated by a crew from No. 428 Sdn. on 21 / 22 June 1943, when lost on mission to Krefeld.  Crashed at De Posthoorn, Holland, near Rucphen.  No survivors.
W 1274 Handley Page English Electric Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF.
W 3109 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Va   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  August 1941.
W 3114 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Va   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*R".  Flew on Ramrod mission on 12 August 1941.
W 3127 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 September 1941.
W 3128 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 30 June 1943.  After leaving this squadron it survived a mid-air on 18 April 1944, and was sold to Portugal in 1947.
W 3129 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 20 August 1943.  Category AC damage from a flying accident on 15 April 1944, repaired on site.  Still with this unit on 13 May 1944.
W 3131 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 September 1941.  Shot down by Bf 109 of JG26, off Boulogne on 12 February 1942.  Pilot Sgt. J.A.O. Levesque taken prisoner.
W 3170 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941 to 1943.  Coded "KH*V".  Not confirmed by RAF movement card.
W 3177 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 16 April 1942.
W 3178 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 27 September 1941, on operations.  Coded "YO*Q".  Lost on Roadstead mssion on 11 February 1942, shot down by flak off Dunkirk.  Pilot F/Sgt. W. D. Hagyard killed.
W 3207 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb   Named "Abbotts Haugh Falkirk Bairn".  Used by No. 413 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 29 June 1943.
W 3207 Supermarine   Spitfire  Mk. Vb   Named "Lincoln Imp".  Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 March 1943.  Left this unit by 23 March 1943.
W 3209 Supermarine   Spitfire  Mk. Vb   Named "Edmonton-London-Alberta".  Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 20 August 1942.
W 3212 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Ghewdex".  Used by No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 6 February 1942.  Category B damage in flying accident on 10 February 1942, repaired on site.  Later converted to Seafire, re-registered as NX883.
W 3215 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Named "Marksman".  Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 October 1941, coded "DB*C".  Lost on Circus mission to Abbeville on 24 March 1942.  Claimed by JG26.  Pilot P/O J.W. Sills killed.
W 3226 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Some confusion in records, may have served with No. 421, 412 and 416 Squadrons, RCAF.  May have been lost on 26 September 1943, while with No. 416 Sdn.
W 3249 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Baltic Exchange III".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 10 May 1944.
W 3250 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Central Provinces and Berar II".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 30 May 1944.  Category AC damage on operations, 8 June 1944.
W 3313 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Nike".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 5 December 1942.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 12 December 1942.  With No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 23 March 1943.  Left this unit by June 1943.
W 3318 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Named "Jewellery Watch & Allied Trades FF".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 September 1941 to October 1941.  Coded "KH*N".  With No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 25 September 1942.  Became instructional airframe 3405M on 17 October 1942.
W 3324 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Newcastle on Tyne II".  Squadron history of No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, shows this aircraft arriving on 5 May 1942, lost on operations 2 June 1943, but some sources dispute this.
W 3332 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Hendon Griffon".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Left this unit by November 1941.
W 3370 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 20 December 1942.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 1943.  Left this unit by 26 April 1943.
W 3380 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  January and February 1942.  To No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 7 August 1943.  Left this unit by March 1944.
W 3406 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 425 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 22 November 1941.  Left this unit by February 1942..
W 3421 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, c.1941 to 1943.  Coded "KH*F".  Reported in Kostenuk and Griffin, bu this serial number was allocated.  Maybe W3431?
W 3426 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*D".  Category AC damage on operations on 12 April 1942.
W 3431 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Kaapstad III".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 31 December 1941.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 30 March 1942, repaired on site.
W 3432 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Cordell Hull".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 22 to 26 April 1943.
W 3436 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Midland Banker".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*X" on 12 August 1941, when it took part in Operation 77.  Left this unit by November 1941.
W 3438 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB or C   Named "Kaapstad I".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*G".  ON Operation 77 over France on 12 August 1941.  Used by S/L B. G. Morris to score one confirmed and one probable, over France, on 19 August 1941.  Lost in fight with Bf 109s over Chocques, France on 21 August 1941.  F/O D.J. McKenna killed.
W 3439 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Kaapstad IV".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 12 March 1943.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 3 June 1943.  Left this unit by 7 June 1943.  Later to USAAF.
W 3440 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Trengganu".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 8 December 1941.  Flew close escort on Circus 112b on 8 March 1942.  Left this unit by June 1942.
W 3441 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Alloway".  Used by No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 24 April 1942.  Left this unit by June 1942.
W 3443 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Cape Town I".  Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 September 1943.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 3 October 1943.
W 3446 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*V".  Flew Target Support on Operation 77 on 12 August 1941.  Left this unit by 29 August 1941.
W 3452 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Midnight Sun".  Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 1 October 1941.  Crashed and burned on 27 October 1941.  Damaged over France in combat with Bf 109 of JG26.  Abandoned over UK, with 25:00 airframe time.
W 3453 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "County Borough of Reading".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*M".  Flew target support on Operation 77 on 12 August 1941.  Left this unit by 23 August 1941.
W 3454 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Heston and Isleworth".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 11 July 1943.  Flew on Ramrod 313 on 11 November 1943.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 7 October 1944, repaired on site.  Struck off on 25 October 1945, no record of other squadrons using this aircraft after No. 402.
W 3502 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Wolds and Buckrose".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*K".  Was coded "KH*L" on 12 August 1941 when it flew on Operation 77.  Left this unit by 25 August 1941.
W 3521 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 16 April 1943.  Category E damage in a flying accident on 14 May 1943.
W 3526 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Reported in No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF records as lost in combat on 2 June 1942, but other reocrds do not support this.
W 3529 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Caithness".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 December 1943.  Left this unit by June 1944.
W 3564 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 January 1942.  Coded "KH*K".  Lost on operations on 2 June 1942, after combat over Le Touquet, France.  Ditched near Dover, pilot F/Sgt. G.D. Aitken rescued.  Had 231:40 airframe time when lost.
W 3569 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb   Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 7 March 1942.  Category AC damage in a flying accident on 25 March 1942, repiared on site.  Left this unit by July 1942.
W 3570 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 16 October 1941.  Repiared on site on 4 November 1941, no details.  Category B damage on operations on 8 January 1942.  Struck off on 3 February 1942, apparently not repairable.
W 3573 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  mid 1941.  Coded "KH*K".  Used by P/O K.H. Anthony to score this unit's first kill, a Bf109F over France on 9 August 1941.  Operating out of Hornchurch at that time.  Failed to return from operations on 19 August 1941.
W 3574 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 16 November 1943.  Left this unit by February 1944.
W 3575 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF in April 1942.
W 3601 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 September 1941.  Lost on operations 27 October 1941, shot up by Bf 109s over France.  Crashed while attempting to land at Deal, UK.  Pilot Sgt. S.L. Thompson was killed.
W 3603 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. IIA   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 28 October 1941, on operations.  Coded "YO*P".  Category B damage on operations 13 February 1942.  Had left this unit by June 1942.
W 3604 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 12 September 1941.  Left this unit by November 1941.  Survived the war, and was sold as scrap.
W 3608 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 9 October 1943.
W 3619 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 7 December 1942.  Was being flown by No. 403 (F) Sdn. pilot on 11 February 1943, when it struck a tree on a Rhubarb mission, near Bayeaux, France.  Returned to base and was repaired.  Transferred to Free French AF on 19 January 1945.
W 3621 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 11 June 1943.  Category B damage in a flying accident on 27 March 1944.  Repaired by de Havilland, returned to RAF.
W 3630 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. VB   Named "Kuwait".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 4 August 1941.  Coded "KH*Z" when it flew target support for Operation 77 on 12 August 1941.  Left this unit by October 1941.
W 3634 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "March Brown".  Used by No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 6 June 1943.  Still with this unit when it crashed near Leith Hill, Surrey on 19 October 1943.
W 3638 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 8 January 1943.  To No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 25 March 1943.  Left this unit by June 1943.
W 3639 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 October 1941, coded "DB*B".  Lost in combat with enemy fighters off Calais, France on 16 December 1941.  Pilot S.D. Chamberlain was killed.
W 3641 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF,  from 7 June 1942.  Left this unit by August 1942.
W 3647 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 21 November 1942.  With No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 February 1943.
W 3650 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*X".  Repaired on site 20 September 1941, no details.  Left this unit by March 1942.
W 3652 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Blue Charm".  Used by No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 3 June 1943.  Left this unit by 7 June 1943.
W 3653 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 August 1941, 5 days after first flight.  Left this unit by 25 August 1941, lost on 17 September 1941.
W 3712 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 11 August 1941, 11 days after first flight.  Left this unit by 25 August 1941, lost on 31 August 1941.
W 3720 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 24 February 1942.  Hit the sea on Rhubarb mission, en route to Calais on 27 February 1942.  Sgt. R. Bateman rescued.
W 3768 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Higham Ferrers-Irthlingborough".  Used by No. 441 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 27 February 1944 for training, from Digby.
W 3817 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Wellingborough".  Used by No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 6 February 1942.  Left this unit by April 1942.
W 3822 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Zanzibar II".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*Q".  Stalled and crashed on 14 October 1941.  Originally Category E, but repaired, and back in service with No. 129 Squadron, RAF by 19 August 1942.
W 3823 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. VB   Named "Holt I".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF,from 12 September 1941.  Coded "KH*S".  Left this unit by November 1941.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 29 April 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 8 May 1942.  Left this unit by 24 May 1942.
W 3834 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Used by No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF.  A presentation aircraft, enscribed "Corps of Imperial Frontiersmen".  This may be a typo?
W 3839 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Kettering District".  Used by No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 August 1942.  Destroyed in mid-air with BM346 on 17 February 1943, crashed near Stubb House, Yorkshire.  Had 297:30 airframe time.
W 3843 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "St. Kitts Nevis II".  Used by No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 110 October 1942.  To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 31 January 1943.  Left this unit by 3 May 1943.
W 3853 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 9 October 1941.  Repaired on site 6 November 1941, no details.  To No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 26 November 1941.  Category AC damage on operations, 16 April 1942.  Destroyed in flying accident 24 September 1942.  NOTE:  there are conflicting records on this serial number!
W 3895 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Named "Nyasland V".  Served with No. 417 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 7 February 1942.  Left this unit by 28 March 1942.
W 3899 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 28 September 1941, 11 days after first flight.  Left this unit by November 1941.
W 3932 Supermarine   Spitfire LF Mk. Vb   Served with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 29 June 1943.  Left this unit by 3 December 1943.
W 3938 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 403 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 September 1941, 6 days after first flight.  Coded "KH*J".  Left this unit by 3 April 1942.  Later to RN, fitted with arrestor hook by September 1942.
W 3941 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 16 June 1942.  To No. 416 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 3 June 1943.  Left this unit by 12 June 1943.
W 3946 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 20 November 1942.  To No. 412 (F) Sqaudron, RCAF on 3 February 1943.  Left this unit by 15 May 1943.  To No. 4216 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 15 December 1943.  Left this unit by 13 February 1944.
W 3951 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 411 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 October 1941, 2 weeks after first flight.  Category AC damage in flying accident on 11 December 1941, repaired on site.  To No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF on 29 January 1942.  Left this unit by April 1943.
W 3952 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 1 October 1941, 6 days after first flight.  To Rolls Royce for modifications on 22 October 1941, returned to this unit.  Shot down by Bf 109s near Dunkirk-Lille during Circus 110 on 8 November 1941.  P/O K.R.E. Denkman killed.
W 3953 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 1 November 1941, 5 days after first flight.  Category B damage in flying accident on 10 January 1942.  Category C damage in flying accident on 3 September 1942.  Repaired on site, left this unit by 18 September 1942
W 3955 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 19 October 1941.  Shot down by Adolf Galland of JG 26 on 27 October 1941.  Pilot Sgt. B.G. Hodgkinson POW.  Had 11:20 airframe time.
W 3958 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 October 1941.  Part of rear support wing for Circus 112A, raid on Comines power station, on 8 March 1942.  Destroyed in a flying accident on 23 July 1942.
W 3959 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 12 October 1941, 12 days after first flight.  Shot down during Circus 110 on 8 November 1941.  S/L G.D. Bushell, DFM killed.
W 3964 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 401 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 22 October 1941.  Shot down by Bf 109s of JG 26 on 27 October 1941.  P/O C.W. Floody POW.  Had 7:00 airframe time.
W 3965 Supermarine   Spitfire Mk. Vb   Served with No. 412 (F) Squadron, RCAF, from 2 September 1942.  To No. 421 (F) Squadron, RCAF from 31 January 1943.  Left this unit by 21 February 1943.
W 4018 Short Shorts, Rochester Sunderland Mk.III   With No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from August 1942.
W 4028 Short Shorts, Rochester Sunderland Mk.III   With No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 3 January 1943.
W 4596 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*M".
W 4891 Avro Metropolitan Vickers Lancaster Mk. I   With No. 405 (B) Sqaudron, RCAF in August 1943.  No record of operations.
W 5368 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*K".
W 5390 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*X", at Pocklington, UK.  Lost on 15 April 1942, on raid to Dortmund.  Radio for assistance at 0518, no further trace.
W 5421 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941, coded "LQ*T".  Had left this unit by 5/6 August 1941, when it was lost while with No. 12 Squadron, RAF.
W 5427 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*N".  Lost on 14/15 April 1942, on raid to Dortmund, out of Pocklington, UK.  Believed to have crashed at Bruhl, 16 km SSW of Koln.
W 5476 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*H".  Lost 30 November / 1 December 1941, on raid to Hamburg, out of Pocklington.  Radioed they were returning to base, believed lost at sea.
W 5483 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941, coded "LQ*J".  Lost on 2/3 Augst 1941, on raid to Berlin, out of Pocklington, UK.
W 5484 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*G".  Launched on this unit's first raid, to Schwerte on 12 June 1941, but returned early due to mechanical failure.
W 5487 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF from 6 May 1941.  Destroyed on 4 June 1941 in German raider attack on Driffield.  First unit loss, may have been first RCAF bomber loss in UK.
W 5488 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941, coded "LQ*B".  Lost on 28/29 August 1941, on raid to Duisburg, out of Pocklington, UK.
W 5489 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF from 6 May 1941, coded "LQ*A".  Wings and fuel tanks damaged by flak over Frankfurt on 24/25 October 1941, returned to base.  Caught fire while taxiing to dispersal, burnt out, no reported casualties.
W 5490 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF from 6 May 1941, coded "LQ*D".  Damaged in raid on Dortmund on 6/7 July 1941.  Returned to base on one engine, crashed while attempting landing.  2 fatalities.
W 5491 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF from 6 May 194.  Damaged by German intruder raid on Driffield, 4 June 1941, but repaired.  Lost after leaving this unit.
W 5492 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941.  Damaged in mid-air on 8 August 1941, repaired.  Lost on local wireless test flight on 18 September 1941.  Dingy came loose and fouled elevator controls.  Aircraft enter steep dive, broke up in flight, crashed and exploded at Northfield Farm, 3 miles NNE of Pocklington.  8 fatalities.
W 5495 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*W".
W 5496 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Sqaudron, RCAF, coded "LQ*M", when lost on raid to Hannover on 14 / 15 August 1941.
W 5497 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*M".  Crashed on landing at Pocklington on 18 March 1942, returning from training exercise.  Some injuries.
W 5515 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*R", and "LQ*Y".
W 5516 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Sqaudron, RCAF when lost on raid to Kiel on 26 / 27 February 1941.  Was coded "LQ*D".
W 5521 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*P".  Lost on raid to Berlin, 7 / 8 September 1941.
W 5522 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*Q".  Lost on raid to Colgne on 16 / 17 June 1941, may have been shot down by night fighter.
W 5527 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*F".  Lost on raid to Hamburg on 2 / 3 Auguat 1941, crashed in North Sea.
W 5530 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*L".
W 5531 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*U".  Took off for raid on Essen on 13 April 1942, crashed on 13 April neer Creeting St. Mary, Suffolk, after engine fire.
W 5534 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*N".  Lost on raid to Hannover on 14 / 15 July 1941.
W 5535 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK.  Crashed and burnt out 1 mile north of Pocklington on 1 September 1941, after an engine fire while on a training mission.  No serious injuries.
W 5537 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, in the summer of 1941, coded "LQ*O,  "U" and "L".  Was "LQ*L" on 16 June 1941, when it was damaged by night fighter on attack on Cologne, forced landed at West Raynham.  Was "LQ*O" on 24 July 1941 when lost on raid to Brest, 6 killed.
W 5551 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*U".  Shot down by Bf109s at Ploudaniel, France (near Brest) on 24 July 1941.  2 Crew POW, 4 killed.
W 5553 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*D".  Lost 7 / 8 November 1941, after bombing Berlin.
W 5555 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*D".
W 5560 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*M".  Took off on raid to Wilhelmshaven on 22 / 23 December 1943.  Returned early due to engine problems, diverted to Lindholme, crashed while attempting landing there.  No injuries.
W 5561 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*J".  Lost on raid to Emden on 28 / 29 December 1941.
W 5564 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1941/42, coded "LQ*Q".
W 5572 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*X".
W 5581 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron RCAF at Pocklington, UK, coded "LQ*V".  Severely damaged by Bf109s during raid on Brest on 24 July 1941.  Ditched off Tor Point, Devon.  3 Injuries, no fatalities.
W 5589 Vickers   Wellington Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*F".  Crashed on air test on 5 January 1942, engine problems.  Attempted to land on artillery range near Strenshall Village.  All crew killed.
W 6000 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 13 July 1942, coded "A".  Left this unit by December 1942.
W 6001 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 17 July 1942, coded "B".  Left this unit by November 1942.
W 6006 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 26 August 1942, coded "AB*E".  Scored this unit's first kill, U-456 shared with one RN and one RCN ship, on 12 May 1943, while escorting convoy HX237.  Left this unit by October 1943.
W 6007 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 8 September 1942, coded "G".  Left this unit by May 1942.  Survived the war, sold as scrap in 1947.
W 6008 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 3 September 1942, coded "H".  Credited with damaging U-338 on 5 April 1943.  Ditched 12 March 1944, crew rescued.
W 6009 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 14 October 1942, coded "J".  Left this unit by July 1943.
W 6011 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 3 October 1942.  Left this unit by September 1944.
W 6013 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 12 November 1942.  Flew into mountain near Ballycastle on 5 December 1943, 9 crew killed.
W 6026 Short   Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 17 November 1942, coded "2-C" and later "2-A".  Flew this unit's first Sunderland operational mission, convoy escort over the Atlantic, from Oban, on 1 March 1943.  Later transferred to BOAC.
W 6027 Short Blackburn at Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 19 November 1942, coded "N".  Left this unit by May 1944.
W 6028 Short   Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 1 November 1942, coded "C".  Loaned to BOAC January to May 1943.  Back to No. 422 Sdn. on 4 January 1944.  Crashed near St. Angelo, Fermanagh on 19 February 1944, 2 fatalities.
W 6029 Short   Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 30 November 1942, coded "D".  Crashed near Oban on 19 December 1942, 7 killed and 14 injured.
W 6030 Short Blackburn, Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 11 December 1942, coded "F".
W 6031 Short Blackburn, Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 12 December 1942, coded "G".
W 6032 Short Blackburn, Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 9 December 1942, coded "H".
W 6033 Short Blackburn, Dunbarton Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 27 December 1942, coded "J".  Crashed near Hvalfjord, Iceland on 28 September 1943.
W 6052 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. II   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 22 July 1942, coded "D".
W 6053 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. II   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "AB*E".  First Sunderland received by this unit, on 7 August 1942.  Flew this unit's first operation, a 13 hour anti-submarine patrol from Oban, on 23 August 1942.
W 6061 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. II   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "K".
W 6064 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. II   Operated by No. 423 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 26 January 1943.
W 6066 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 4 May 1943.  Left this unit by May 1944.  Survived the war, sold as scrap on 25 February 1947.
W 6068 Short Short & Harland Sunderland Mk. III   Operated by No. 422 (GR) Squadron, RCAF from 9 May 1943, coded "N".  Left this unit by August 1944.  Survived the war, sold as scrap on 25 February 1947.
W 7703 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*Q".  Crashed at Wrotham, Kent on 5/6 October 1942, attempting to land at West Malling after completing mission to Aachen.  Apparently stalled on go around.
W 7704 Handley Page    Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*M".
W 7707 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*K".  Lost without a trace on mission to Koln, from Pocklington, on 30/31 May 1942.
W 7708 Handley Page    Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*H".  Shot down at 04:30 on 8 June 1942 by night fighter, 11 km WSW of Arnhem, Holland, all survived.
W 7709 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*J".  Shot down by a night-fighter and crashed at 03:42 on 10 August 1942 alongside a farmhouse, owned by Mr Van Der Steeg, at Oploo (Noord Brabant), 20 km  NE of Helmond, Holland.  Was on mission to to Osnabruck, from Topcliffe.
W 7710 Handley Page    Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*R".  Named "Ruhr Valley Express" late 1942.  Photo of this aircraft on page 90 of "RCAF Squadrons and Aircraft".  Lost on 1/2 October 1942, on mission to Flensburg, from Topcliffe.   Crashed at Liehuus, 6 km NNW of Flensburg, very close to Germany's border with Denmark.
W 7713 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*T",  when lost  on 1/2 June 1942.  Had departed Pocklington for mission to Essen.  Crashed near Krefeld, Germany.
W 7714 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF in 1942/43, coded "LQ*K".  Shot down by a night-fighter and crashed at 02:14 on 30 June 1942 at Deersum (Friesland).  Was on mission to Bremen, from Pocklington.
W 7715 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*H", when lost on 29/30 June 1942, on mission to Bremen.  Crashed at Bimolten, 7 km NNW of Nordhorn.
W 7718 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*T", when lost on raid to Dusseldorf on 1 August 1942.  Crashed, on fire, at 03:05 2 km SE of Heppeneert, Limburg, in Belgium.
W 7748 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*D", when lost on 11/12 August 1942.  Crashed near Duisburg-Neuenkamp, on raid to Mainz.
W 7763 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*C", when shot down  by a night-fighter and crashed at 23:55, 7 October 1942,  in the estate of Prattenburg between Veenendaal and Rhenen (Utrecht), Holland.  On a raid to Osnabruck, from Topcliffe, UK.
W 7769 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*K", when it crashed while attempting to land after returning from raid on Dusiburg, 23/24 July 1942.  Engine failed, crashed into New Street, in Pocklington village, while circling to land.  Ended up in a school, in flames.
W 7770 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*E", when lost on a raid to Essen on 15 September 1942.  Despite engine and oxygen problems, target was attacked.   Attacked by night fighter on return, starting fire in port wing.  Crashed near Maubeuge, France.
W 7780 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*Q".  Was flown by crew from 425 Sdn. on 1/2 October 1942, when it was lost on raid on Flensburg.  Crashed near Flensburg.
W 7802 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   With No. 405 (B) Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*T", when lost on 1/2 October 1942.  Was on a raid to Flensburg, crashed near Bohlberg.
W 7803 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 405 Squadron, RCAF, coded "LQ*B".  Failed to return from mission to Stuttgart on 11/12 March 1943, no survivors.  Crashed at la Malmaison, Aisne, France.
W 7817 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*A".  Shot down by night fighter during mission to Dortmund on 4/5 May 1943.  Crashed near Zwolle, Holland.  6 POW, 1 fatality.
W 7854 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*T".  Lost on operation to Koln on 15/15 October 1942.   Shot down by Oblt Rudolf Altendorf, of I./NJG4, and crashed at Waterloo (Brabant), 15 km SSE of Brussels.
W 7857 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF, coded "VR*O".  Failed to return from mining operation near Frisian Islands on 9/10 January 1943, no survivors.  One of 5 No. 419 Sdn. aircraft on this mission, only loss.
W 7869 Handley Page   Halifax B. Mk. II   Served with No. 419 Squadron, RCAF.
W 8262 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on 27 August 1942, on intruder mission to Montdidier.  3 crew KIA.
W 8263 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*P".
W 8264 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on 1 August 1942, on intruder mission to Rouen.  3 crew KIA.
W 8268 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*O".  Photo in "Canadian Squadrons and Aircraft".  Lost on 19/20 May 1942, on night intruder mission to Soesterberg.  3 crew KIA.
W 8281 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on night intruder mission to Soesterberg/Schipol on 19/20 May 1942.  3 crew KIA.
W 8284 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on 7/8 September 1942, on night mission in Somme area.  3 crew KIA or MIA.
W 8298 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on raid on Dieppe on 19 August 1942.  One crew KIA, 1 crew rescued, and 1 POW.
W 8304 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on night mission over Holland on 9/10 July 1942.  Believed lost at sea.  3 crew KIA.
W 8317 Douglas   Havoc N.F. Mk. II   Delivered to No. 418 Squadron, RCAF, at Debden, Essex, in 1941.  Coded "V-TH", named "Victoria".
W 8318 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on 17 May 1942 on mission to Leeuwarden.  3 crew KIA.
W 8321 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*G".
W 8325 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost on 9 April 1943, on mission to Melun,  3 crew KIA.
W 8326 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on 31 July 1942, during raid on Leeuwarden.  3 crew KIA.
W 8331 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on raid on Melun and Bretigny on 17 September 1942.  Ditched off Essex, 3 crew KIA.
W 8333 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.
W 8340 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF. Destroyed on 3 May 1942, when it crashed as a result of undercarriage failure on take off from West Malling, UK.  Bomb load exploded.  3 crew and I bystander killed.
W 8350 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex, coded "TH*R".  Lost on night mission to Bretigny on 16/17 August 1942.  2 crew KIA, one POW.
W 8351 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Debden, Essex.  Lost on night mission to Poix airfield on 2/3 April 1942.  3 crew KIA or MIA.
W 8356 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   Converted to intruder configuration.  Used by No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, coded "TH*D".
W 8358 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on night mission to Creil on 7/8 November 1942.  2 crew KIA, one POW.
W 8380 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With no. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.  Lost when it struck a tree during low level training flight on 8 February 1943.  Crashed one mile NW of Vington Hall, UK.  3 crew killed.
W 8386 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.
W 8394 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF, at Bradwell Bay, Essex.  Lost on night mission to Schipol on 23/24 June 1942.  3 crew KIA.
W 8395 Douglas   Boston Mk. III   With No. 418 (I) Squadron, RCAF.
W 8406 Consolidated    Catalina I   Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, in Ceylon, coded "AX*D"
W 8412 Consolidated    Catalina     Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, in Ceylon, coded "AX*P" prior to 1 August 1942, subsequently "AX*B".
W 8421 Consolidated    Catalina     With No. 2 (GR) Squadron, before passing to  No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF. Was coded "AX*P" in Ceylon in 1942.
W 8427 Consolidated    Catalina     Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, coded "G".
W 8434 Consolidated    Catalina IB   Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, in the Shetland Islands in 1941/1942, coded "QL*F".
W 8438 Consolidated    Catalina IB   Operated by No. 413 (GR) Squadron, RCAF, in the Shetland Islands in 1941/1942.
W 9136 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.
W 9175 Hawker Gloster Aircraft Co., Brockworth Hurricane Mk. I   With No. 402 (F) Squadron, RCAF.

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