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Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

name

 

company designation

company number

 

 

 

AM748

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

First assigned to No. 31 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Debert, NS.  To storage on 9 August 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM749

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

First assigned to No. 31 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 22:05 on 31 May 1942.  Pilot overcorrected swing on landing, causing undercarriage to collapse.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot, Scoudouc, NB on 3 June 1942.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs, 4 June 1942 to 30 June 1943.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 22 September 1943.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft again on 30 November 1943.  To No. 21 Repair Depot for disposal on 3 April 1944.

 

last date: 6 November 1944 - Written off

AM751

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

First assigned to No. 31 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Debert, NS.  To No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 3 September 1943, following a crash.  To Clarke Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs, 9 August 1943 to 3 April 1944.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  To storage on 9 August 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM752

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

First assigned to No. 31 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Debert, NS.  Crashed at Crumlin aerodrome at 16:30 on 22 July 1941, reported by No. 4 Air Observer School.  Initially classified Category C, revised to Category B on 27 July 1941.  To No. 1 Training Command and assigned workshop reserve with No. 12 Technical Detachment on 18 August 1941.  Back to No. 31 OTU on 27 March 1942.  To No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for crash repairs, 4 September 1943 to 24 March 1944.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  To storage on 9 August 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM755

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category B crash at Debert aerodrome at 15:45 on 7 October 1941.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs on 6 November 1941, with 74:45 logged time.  To Eastern Air Command and 31 OTU on 19 May 1942.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome again, at 17:30 on 28 February 1943.  Swung on take off in strong cross wind, struck a snow bank.  To Clark Ruse again for crash repairs, 8 March 1943.  Crashed just after takeoff from Debert on 27 September 1943.  Sgt. Poyntz and Sgt. B.W. Lambert, both RAF, plus F/Sgts. J. Creighton and S.S. McHardy killed.  Ownership to No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 1 October 1943 for write off.

 

last date: 20 January 1944 - Written off

AM759

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category C2 damage at Debert aerodrome at 19:50 on 27 October 1941.  Category C7 damage at Debert aerodrome at 20:05 on 9 May 1942.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot, Scoudouc, NB on 7 July 1943.  Assigned to Clark Ruse Aircraft on 14 July 1943, but this was apparently cancelled.  To No. 21 Repair Depot for disposal on 3 April 1944.  Pending disposal from 24 July 1944.  By 25 March 1946 on the books of No. 5 Equipment Depot, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 4 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 2 December 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Disposal Corporation for sale

AM761

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 18:15 on 31 January 1942.  To No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for crash repairs, 18 February to 30 March 1942.  Back to Eastern Air Command and No. 31 OTU when completed.  Category B damage at Moncton, NB at 16:45 on 30 May 1942, reported by No. 8 Service Flying Training School.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for repairs.  Serviceable on 18 September 1942, when it was returned to Eastern Air Command.  Category A crash at Debert on 5 September 1943.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for scrapping on 9 September 1943.

 

last date: 1 December 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM763

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 20 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 04:40 on 17 July 1942.  Nosed over on landing, due to heavy braking.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for crash repairs, 20 July to 8 December 1942.  Back to Eastern Air Command when completed, delivered on 7 January 1943.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for overhaul and repair of fuel tank leak on 31 January 1944.  Pending disposal with Eastern Air Command from 31 July 1944.  Stored at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, where it was noted with 1224:30 total time, never overhauled.  By 26 March 1946 on the books of Material Command, stored at No. 5 Equipment Depot at Scoudouc, NB.

 

last date: 2 December 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

AM764

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Still with this Unit when it received Category B damage at Summerside, PEI at 16:00 on 14 November 1941.  To No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for crash repairs on 10 December 1941, with 167:20 logged time.  Back to Eastern Air Command on 29 July 1942.  Category C7 damage at Debert at 14:30 on 16 June 1942 (possibly some confusion of dates here).  Category A crash at Doddridge, NS (about 14 miles south-west of Debert aerodrome) on 14 January 1944.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for scrapping on 14 January 1944.

 

last date: 4 April 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM765

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Assigned to workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 17 September 1942, delivered on 22 September 1942.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 19 January 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM766

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Damaged at the Patricia Bay, BC aerodrome at 17:00 on 2 June 1941, reported by No. 120 (BR) Squadron.  Originally classified Category A, but subsequently repaired?  Not yet on RCAF books at this time, this may have been an RAF Category A incident.  Probably ferrying to eastern Canada from California at this time.  Category B damage at Dorval airport at 11:30 on 23 October 1941.  To Trans-Canada Airlines for crash repairs on 1 November 1941, with 414:10 logged time.  To No. 3 Training Command books on 3 November 1941.  To Eastern Air Command on 27 April 1942.  With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when it crashed into trees near Henworth, NB (not found?) during radio range practice at 13:00 on 22 July 1942.  Crash location also reported as Debert.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for scrapping on 24 July 1942.

 

last date: 23 October 1942 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM767

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category C14 damage at Debert aerodrome at 20:15 on 21 October 1941.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 20 November 1942.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 22 January 1943 - Struck off

AM769

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS when taken on strength.  Category A crash at Debert aerodrome at 19:30 on 13 June 1942.  Aircraft swung to starboard on takeoff, pilot over corrected.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 16 June 1942.

 

last date: 17 August 1942 - Written off

AM770

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength for No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To storage at No. 4 Repair Depot pending allocation to a contractor on 1 March 1944, after a Category B crash.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 16 May 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM772

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength for No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category C2 damage at Debert at 20:55 on 12 January 1942.  To storage on 22 May 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM773

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 June 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength for No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Sussex Army Camp, NS at 16:45 on 15 April 1942.  Assigned to No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for crash repairs on 20 April 1942, with 269:20 logged time.  Arrive there on 26 April 1942, re-allocated to Clarke Ruse on 20 May 1942.  Back to Eastern Air Command on 26 October 1942.  Lost on an operational patrol on 19 April 1943.  4 crew killed: Sgt. A. Longstaff, RAF; P/O J. Howard-Bangs and Sgt. J.A. Gillis, RCAF; plus Sgt. P.M. Burns, RAAF.  Application to write off dated 5 May 1943, when aircraft was still listed as missing.

 

last date: 3 July 1943 - Written off

AM886

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 13 November 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

With No. 31 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Debert, NS when it crashed on night of 25/26 October 1941.  Came down in marsh near Big Topper Lake near Malone, New York.  (Also reported as near Tupper Lake, which is 50 miles south of Malone.)  All 3 crew, P/O T.D. Shellshear, P/O A. Nowosad and Sgt. D.R. Gill killed.  RCAF Record Card records crash location as Franklin City, New York, which is probably Franklin, 20 miles south of Malone.  Wreckage salvaged by No. 6 Repair Depot.  Aircraft may still have been on RAF books at time of crash, ownership to RCAF for scrapping.

 

last date: 16 March 1942 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM887

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength for No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair depot on 28 January 1943.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft at Moncton, NB for crash repairs, 15 February to 30 July 1943.  to Eastern Air Command when completed, on the Central Training Establishment account.  To Clark Ruse again for crash repairs, 17 November 1943 to 29 February 1944.  to Eastern Air Command when completed.  To storage on 22 May 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM888

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 28 July 1942 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength for No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 23:50 on 18 December 1942.  Aircraft swung during night landing.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs, 28 December 1942 to 26 July 1943.  To Eastern Air Command when completed, on the Central Training Establishment account.  To storage on 22 May 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM889

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 5 August 1942 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 18:20 on 30 January 1943.  Port landing gear collapsed on heavy landing.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 2 February 1943.  To Clark Ruse for crash repairs, 8 February to 25 July 1943.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  Category A crash at Debert on 23 March 1944.  To No. 4 Repair Depot on 24 March 1944 for scrapping.

 

last date: 7 June 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM890

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category C7 damage at Debert aerodrome at 18:55 on 29 October 1941.  Category B crash at Bass River, NS (14  miles west of Debert aerodrome) at 12:30 on 15 December 1941, following failure of starboard engine.  To No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for crash repairs, 31 December 1941 to 29 June 1942.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  Category A crash at Debert aerodrome at 16:05 on 27 January 1943.  Aircraft spun on short final, all 4 occupants killed.  Ownership to No. 4 Repair Depot on 28 January 1943 for write off.

 

last date: 16 April 1943 - Written off

AM891

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 28 July 1942 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft, 13 March to 30 June 1943.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 3 March 1944, following a crash.  Temporary repairs performed at unit, before ferry flight to Scoudouc.  Stored there, pending allocation to a contractor for full repairs.  Approval to scrap received 16 May 1944, but this was apparently cancelled.  Pending disposal with Eastern Air Command from 31 July 1944.  Stored at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, where it was noted with 1113:05 logged time, never overhauled.  By 25 March 1946 on the books of Material Command, stored at No. 5 Equipment Depot at Scoudouc, NB.

 

last date: 27 November 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

AM892

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Category B crash at Debert aerodrome at 20:20 on 14 October 1941.  Taken on strength after this at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs on 23 January 1942, with 232:50 logged time.  To Eastern Air Command on 13 July 1942.  Assigned to workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 16 November 1942, delivered on 20 November 1942.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 22 January 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM893

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Category B crash at Debert aerodrome at 12:05 on 14 October 1941.  Aircraft swung on takeoff and went into rough ground.  Slight injuries amongst crew.  Taken on strength after this at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 6 November 1941.

 

last date: 12 March 1942 - Written off

AM894

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

To Clark Ruse Aircraft, 15 October to 30 December 1941.  Taken on strength while there, for No. 31 Operational Training Unit.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  Category B crash at Debert aerodrome at 12:45 on 26 April 1942.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot on 2 May 1942.  To Clark Ruse for repairs on 4 May 1942, with 426:00 logged time.  Assigned to Eastern Air Command on 5 September 1942, delivered on 31 October 1942.  To No. 4 Repair Depot for salvage on 1 January 1944, following a Category A crash.  Crash at Debert, date also reported as 31 January 1944.

 

last date: 22 May 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM895

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category A crash at L'Abord a Plouffe, PQ (now part of Laval, PQ) on 23 October 1941, while attempting a forced landing.  Destroyed in post impact fire.  Crash also reported as 22 October 1941, near St. Martin, PQ (50 miles south of Laval).  All 4 occupants killed.  To No. 3 Training Command on 3 November 1941 for write off.

 

last date: 15 December 1941 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AM896

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category A crash at 07:30 on 23 October 1941, near Great Village, NS (7 miles west of Debert).  Flew into ground and disintegrated, all 4 occupants killed.  Scrapped by No. 4 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 10 December 1941 - Struck off, reduced to produce

AM899

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Assigned to No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB for scrapping on 12 April 1943, delivered on 19 April 1943.

 

last date: 1 June 1943 - Written off

AM901

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 18:20 on 23 November 1941.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs on 13 December 1941, with 179:40 logged time.  Back to Eastern Air Command on 20 May 1942, and back to No. 31 OTU.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 19:20 on 24 August 1942.  Faulty use of controls caused aircraft to swing, undercarriage collapsed.  To Clark Ruse for crash repairs again, 1 September 1942 to 28 January 1943.  To Eastern Air command when completed.  To storage on 22 May 1944.  To No. 45 Group, RAF at Dorval, as a financial adjustment.

 

last date: 21 September 1944 - Transferred to RAF

AM902

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 11:25 on 23 October 1941.  Assigned to Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs on 6 November 1941, with 282:55 logged time.  Arrived there on 31 December 1941.  Back to Eastern Air Command on 19 May 1942.  To Clark Ruse for repairs again, 25 August 1943 to 29 February 1944.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  Crashed into Cobequid Bay, NS on 16 April 1944, never recovered.  Ownership to No. 4 Repair Depot for write off on 17 April 1944.

 

last date: 25 May 1944 - Written off

AM903

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  Category A crash on 13 February 1942, near Abiteau Lake, NS (also known as Parrsboro Lake, about 50 miles west of Debert).  Details not clear, may have been attempting a forced landing after encountering icing.  All on board killed.  To No. 4 Repair Depot on 18 February 1942 for scrapping.

 

last date: 16 March 1942 - Written off

AM905

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. V

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 October 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 31 Operational Training Unit at Debert, NS.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft 15 October 1941 to 2 January 1942.  To Eastern Air Command and back to No. 31 OTU.  when completed.  Category B damage at Debert aerodrome at 19:50 on 3 July 1942.  Swung on landing in strong cross wind.  To Clark Ruse Aircraft for crash repairs on 7 July 1942.  Classified as Instructional Airframe A190 on 5 November 1942, used as a synthetic trainer (a simulator) at No. 36 Operational Training Unit at Greenwood, NS.  To No. 1 Training Command on 1 September 1943.

 

last date: 4 September 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AN100

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 6 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Reported missing on navigation training flight on 4 June 1943.  All 4 crew, including two RAAF, missing.

 

last date: 16 June 1943 - Struck off

AN101

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 13 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Swung on landing at Patricia Bay on 20 December 1942, struck aerodrome control hut, Category B damage.  Lost power during torpedo drop off Stuart Island, BC on 9 October 1943, and crashed into sea off Turn Point Light.  All 4 RAF and RAAF crew on board killed, only 2 bodies recovered.

 

last date: 25 November 1943 - Struck off

AN102

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 6 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Swung on landing at Patricia Bay on 29 November 1942, landing gear collapsed.  Landing gear collapsed again on landing at Patricia Bay on 23 July 1943, not repaired.  No injuries.

 

last date: 23 September 1943 - Struck off

AN103

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 15 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Propeller struck sea south of Fairfax Point, BC on 19 October 1943, returned to base without further damage.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN104

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Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 17 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN105

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 15 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Flew into trees high up on Mount Taum on Saltspring Island at 20:30 on 4 October 1942, while on a night training flight.  P/O Norris Thomas, RAF, only occupant, was killed.

 

last date: 9 October 1942 - Struck off

AN106

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Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 26 January 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN107

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Taxied into Beaufort N1027 at Patricia Bay on 26 October 1943, damaged wing tip.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN108

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 26 May 1944 - Struck off

AN109

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Swung on takeoff from Patricia Bay on 3 July 1942, undercarriage collapsed, Category B damage.  No injuries.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN110

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Landing gear collapsed on takeoff from Patricia Bay in August 1942.  Swung on takeoff at Patricia Bay on 3 July 1942, damaged landing gear, Category B damage.  Undershot during single engine landing at Patricia Bay on 24 January 1943, destroyed.

 

last date: 26 January 1943 - Struck off

AN111

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 10 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN112

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 6 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN113

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 18 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Crashed on takeoff from Patricia Bay on 18 May 1943, after starboard engine failed.  Came down in bomb dump, aircraft destroyed.

 

last date: 16 June 1943 - Struck off

AN114

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 18 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Nosed over on landing at Patricia Bay on 6 May 1943.  Damaged nose and both engines.  Classified as Instructional Airframe A385 on 16 March 1944.

 

last date: 21 February 1945 - Struck off

AN115

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 18 February 1942 - Taken on strength

 

Ferried from Ottawa to Winnipeg by No. 124 (Ferry) Squadron in January 1943, destined for No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Crashed at Regina, Saskatchewan on 6 January 1943, Category B damage.

 

last date: 22 September 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

AN116

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 March 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off

AN117

Handley Page

Canadian Associated Aircraft Ltd. (Quebec group)

Hampden

Mk. I

 

 

H.P.52

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 8 April 1942 - Taken on strength

 

With No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.

 

last date: 2 August 1944 - Struck off


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Created 9 September 2013. Updated 9 September 2013.