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Serial Numbers
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Designer

Manufacturer

basic designation

variant or model

name

 

company designation

company number

 

 

 

R9714

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 16 January 1941 - Taken on strength at Ottawa Car & Aircraft

 

To No. 1 Training Command on 6 June 1941, for use by No. 31 Air Navigation School at Port Albert, Ontario.  Pending disposal from 14 October 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Noted with 2571:30 total time while in storage at No. 5 Service Flying Training School at Brantford, Ontario.

 

last date: January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9715

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 7 January 1941 - Taken on strength at de Havilland Canada

 

To No. 1 Training Command on 25 January 1941, for use by No. 31 Air Navigation School at Port Albert, Ontario.  Still with this School when it received Category C damage at 00:30 on 29 March 1941.  Location reported as "Crumlin District, Goderich".  With No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba when it received Category C damage at 10:00 on 21 May 1941.  Classified as Instructional Airframe A138 on 24 September 1941.  Shipped to No. 32 Air Navigation School at Charlottetown, PEI, where it was used for compass swinging training  Later re-classified as 138B.  Final fate unclear.

 

last date: ? - ?

R9720

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers, invoiced cost was $780.02.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 5 August to 19 September 1941.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed, for use by No. 3 Service Flying Training School at Calgary, Alberta.  Noted at the time as one of 15 RAF account single control Ansons exchanged for dual control Ansons with the JATP account.  To No. 1 Training Command on 19 August 1942, for use by No. 31 Air Navigation School at Port Albert, Ontario.  Category A crash on 25 March 1943.  2 fatalities: pilot Sgt. J.E. Bird, RAF and LAC G.H. Hicks, RAF.  To No. 6 Repair Depot for scrapping on 6 April 1943.

 

last date: 12 May 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9722

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  Noted on 16 April 1941 as transferred from RAF account to JATP account.  Noted as one of 15 single control Ansons exchanged fro dual control aircraft.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 18 May to 29 June 1943.  To No. 2 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 21 September 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.

 

last date: 21 September 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9723

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 14 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers, invoiced cost was $740.71.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  Category C5 damage at Carberry at 15:40 on 22 February 1941.  With No. 6 Air Observers School at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan when it suffered Category B damage at Prince Albert at 12:15 on 5 May 1942, when the undercarriage collapsed after landing at the end of a navigation exercise.  To work shop reserve at No. 8 repair Depot in Winnipeg on 30 October 1942, back to No. 2 Training Command on 11 March 1943.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 24 February to 7 April 1944.  To No. 2 Training Command when completed.  Noted at the time as one of 15 RAF account single control Ansons exchanged for dual control Ansons with the JATP account.  To storage on 16 September 1944.  Pending disposal from 23 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 202 Equipment Holding Unit at Weyburn, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 534:10 total time, 307:40 since overhaul.

 

last date: 16 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9725

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers, invoiced cost was $869.20.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 28 February to 16 April 1941.  To No. 2 Training command when completed, and transferred from RAF account to BCATP account.  Noted at the time as one of 15 RAF account single control Ansons exchanged for dual control Ansons with the JATP account.  To workshop reserve at No. 8 Repair Depot on 25 November 1942, then to MacDonald Brothers Aircraft on 5 June 1943.  To No. 2 Training Command on 9 July 1943.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944.  Pending disposal from 12 April 1945.  Stored at No. 5 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit at Neepawa, Manitoba.  This serial marked on restored Anson at the Western Development Museum in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.

 

last date: 8 November 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9739

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers, invoiced cost was $712.71.  To No. 4 Training Command on 24 October 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  Transferred from RAF account to BCATP account on 16 April 1941.  Noted at the time as one of 15 RAF account single control Ansons exchanged for dual control Ansons with the JATP account.  To No. 10 Repair Depot at Calgary on 18 June 1941.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 19 October 1942 to 30 January 1943.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed.  To Western Air Command on 26 April 1943, for use by No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command on 11 April 1944.  Pending disposal from 26 October 1944.  to No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored by No. 10 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 4 May 1947 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9740

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 14 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly at MacDonald Brothers, invoiced cost was $688.21.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 28 February to 16 April 1941.  Transferred from RAF account to BCATP account on 16 April 1941.  Noted at the time as one of 15 RAF account single control Ansons exchanged for dual control Ansons with the JATP account.  To No. 2 Training Command on that date, for use by No. 6 Air Observer School at Prince Albert, Saskatchewan.  Category A crash at 20:30 on 18 March 1942, 6 miles south of Kinistino, Saskatchewan (40 miles south-east of Prince Albert) during a night navigation exercise.  All 4 occupants killed: civilian pilot G.K. Huer (or Hyer?), F/O O.A. Ness, LAC H.W. Hurst and LAC C.S. Lapp.  Scrapped by No. 6 AOS.

 

last date: 7 January 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9741

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 May 1941 - Taken on strength at Canada Car & Foundry

 

To No. 3 Training Command on 2 July 1941, for use by No. 31 General Reconnaissance School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  To Canada Car & Foundry for overhaul, 30 August to 15 March 1944.  To No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 15 September 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 5 Service Flying Training School at Brantford, Ontario, where it was noted with 2170:35 total time, 310:35 since overhaul.

 

last date: 22 January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9768

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 21 August 1941 - Taken on strength at de Havilland Canada at Toronto

 

To No. 3 Training Command on 15 September 1941, for use by No. 32 Air Navigation School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  To Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst, NS for overhaul, 26 August 1943 to 18 March 1944.  To storage with No. 1 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 18 April 1944, for use by No. 6 Bombing & Gunnery School at Mountain View, Ontario.  To storage on 21 July 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still in storage.  Pending disposal from 16 March 1945.  By 3 December 1945 stored at No. 4 Reserve Equipment Maintenance Unit, where it was noted with 1854:30 total time, 11:55 since overhaul.

 

last date: 16 August 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9775

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 17 June 1941 - Taken on strength at Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst, NS

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 3 Training Command on 21 August 1941, for use by No. 32 Air Navigation School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  To No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jean, PQ on 29 January 1944.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 23 May 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9778

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 17 June 1941 - Taken on strength at Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst, NS

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 3 Training Command on 14 August 1941, for use by No. 31 General Reconnaissance School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  Category A crash on 16 July 1942, off shore near Trachadie, Nova Scotia.  Assigned to No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 16 July 1942.  Wreckage arrived there on 25 July 1942.

 

last date: 21 September 1942 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9798

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1941 - Taken on strength at Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst, NS

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 3 Training Command on 21 August 1941, for use by No. 32 Air Navigation School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  To No. 1 Training Command on 1 September 1943.  To MacDonald Brothers for overhaul, 15 September to 9 November 1943.  To storage with No. 2 Training Command when complete.  Issued from storage on 8 November 1943(?) for use by No. 7 Bombing & Gunnery School at Paulson, Manitoba.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 February 1945.  Stored at No. 3 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit, where it was noted with 2259:40 total time, 750:25 since overhaul.

 

last date: 8 October 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9800

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 15 May 1941 - Taken on strength at No. 8 Repair Depot at Winnipeg

 

To No. 2 Training Command on 2 August 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 26 January to 8 April 1943.  To storage with No. 2 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 14 April 1943.  Back to storage on 4 August 1944.  Pending disposal from 23 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 202 Equipment Holding Unit at De Winton, Alberta, where it was noted with 2413:25 total time, 1045:55 since overhaul.

 

last date: 16 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9818

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 23 May 1941 - Taken on strength at de Havilland Canada at Toronto

 

To No. 1 Training Command on 7 July 1941, for use by No. 33 Air Navigation School at Mount Hope, Ontario.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 20 September to 3 November 1943.  To storage with No.2 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 8 November 1943, for use by No. 7 Bombing & Gunnery School at Paulson, Manitoba.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944.  Pending disposal from 14 February 1945.  Stored at No. 3 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2763:40 total time, 875:25 since overhaul.

 

last date: 8 October 1946 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9819

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 11 June 1941 - Taken on strength at Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst, NS

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 3 Training Command on 14 August 1941, for use by No. 31 General Reconnaissance School at Charlottetown, PEI.  To Eastern Air Command with this School on 5 November 1941.  Ground collision with another Anson on 7 August 1942.  To workshop reserve at No. 4 Repair Depot at Scoudouc, NB on 15 August 1942.  To Canada Car & Foundry at Amherst for crash repairs, 19 August to 11 November 1942.  To Eastern Air Command when completed.  To workshop reserve at No. 6 Repair Depot on 21 February 1944, for inspection pending further allotment.  Pending disposal from 15 June 1944.  To No. 1 Air Command on 15 January 1945, still pending disposal.  Stored by No. 6 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1452:00 total time.

 

last date: 9 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

R9820

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 4 Training Command on 30 October 1940, for use by No. 32 Service Flying Training School at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  Category C damage at 12:40 on 17 March 1941, 1/2 mile south of St. Claude, Manitoba (40 miles east-south-east of Carberry).  Assigned to No. 8 Repair Depot at Winnipeg on 26 March 1941 for crash repairs, but this was cancelled.  Category C10 damage at the Carberry aerodrome at 00:10 on 9 October 1941.  To storage on 8 April 1942.  Assigned to MacDonald Brothers Aircraft on 24 September 1942.  All serviceable and repairable parts removed and stored by No. 15 Air Inspection Detachment.  Fuselage sandblasted and forwarded to Federal Aircraft in Montreal.

 

last date: 17 June 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9821

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 4 Training Command on 24 October 1940, for use by No. 32 Service Flying Training School at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan.  Category C7 damage at Moose Jaw at 15:30 on 10 January 1941.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To storage on 8 April 1942.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft on 24 September 1942. All serviceable and repairable parts removed and stored by No. 15 Air Inspection Detachment.  Fuselage sandblasted and forwarded to Federal Aircraft in Montreal.

 

last date: 17 June 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9823

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 October 1940 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 November 1940.  To No. 2 Training Command on 1 February 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To storage on 8 April 1942.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft on 24 September 1942. All serviceable and repairable parts removed and stored by No. 15 Air Inspection Detachment.  Fuselage sandblasted and forwarded to Federal Aircraft in Montreal.

 

last date: 17 June 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

R9826

Avro

 

Anson

Mk. I

 

 

652A

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 29 April 1941 - Taken on strength at MacDonald Brothers Aircraft

 

Winter conversion kit installed during assembly.  To No. 2 Training Command on 5 July 1941, for use by No. 33 Service Flying Training School at Carberry, Manitoba.  To workshop reserve at No. 8 Repair Depot, Winnipeg on 24 November 1942.  To MacDonald Brothers Aircraft for overhaul, 31 May to 5 July 1943.  To No. 2 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 4 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 204 Equipment Holding Unit at Estevan, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2058:35 total time, 851:40 since overhaul.

 

last date: 21 September 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1119

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 September 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command in October 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for crash repairs, 27 July to 17 November 1942.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 16 February 1943.  To No. 10 Repair Depot on 29 March 1944, noted as "time expired, to be held pending AFHQ disposal action".  Pending disposal at No. 10 RD from 18 May 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.   Noted with 1419:45 total time, never overhauled, while in storage.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1127

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 10 December 1941 - Taken on strength at No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jean, PQ

 

To Western Air Command on 22 April 1942, for use by  No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  To storage on 22 February 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, pending disposal from that date.  Stored by No. 10 Repair Depot at Calgary, Alberta, where it was noted with 755:05 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1139

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 27 October 1941 - Taken on strength at No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jean, PQ

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 1 December 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Category B crash at Penhold at 11:10 on 23 December 1941.  To McKenzie Air Services for repairs and installation of winter conversion kit, 4 February to 2 June 1942.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed, and back to No. 36 SFTS.  Still with this School when it suffered a Category A crash on 18 August 1943.

 

last date: 27 October 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1167

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 9 December 1941 - Taken on strength at No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jean, PQ

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 1 December 1941, for use by No. 32 Operational Training Unit at RCAF Station Patricia Bay, BC.  Swung on take off from Patricia Bay on 26 February 1943, after port engine failed.  Struck mound of earth on airfield.  Classified as Category B, assigned to Coates Ltd. at Vancouver for repairs on 20 March 1943, delivered on 13 May 1943.  To No. 3 Repair Depot on 6 March 1944 for scrapping.

 

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

T1169

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 7 April 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 2 Training Command in October 1941, for use by No. 35 Service Flying Training School at North Battleford, Saskatchewan.  To No. 4 Training Command on 10 November 1941 with this School.  Category A crash at 18:00 on 13 April 1942, near Cloan, Saskatchewan (about 18 miles south-west of North Battleford), during instrument flying.  Port engine and auxiliary fuel tank broke off in flight, probably due to too sharp a pull out from dive.  Both occupants killed, LAC F.C. Cannings and LAC T.D. Bower.  Had 516:00 logged time when written off.  Scrapped at 35 SFTS.

 

last date: 18 August 1942 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1172

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 September 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  To No. 4 Training Command on 17 September 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Winter conversion kit installed at Penhold, by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for crash repairs, 6 August to 20 November 1942.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 16 February 1943.

 

last date: 13 December 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce by No. 10 Repair Depot

T1177

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 7 August 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command on 8 September 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  An undated Record Entry indicates this initial allotment was pending the establishment of No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta (opened on 28 September 1941).  Winter conversion kit installed by No. 34 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 5 May to 28 August 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 3 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 3 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit, where it was noted with 2346:10 total time, 1068:25 since overhaul.

 

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

T1180

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 2 September 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command on 8 September 1941, for use by No. 37 Service Flying Training School at Calgary, Alberta.  Winter conversion kit installed at No. 37 SFTS by 2 July 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 8 September to 18 November 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 17 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2157:55 total time, 699:00 since overhaul.

 

last date: 17 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1181

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

 

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 20 August 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Reported built as a Mk. II, RCAF records do not record Mark.  Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command on 4 October 1941, for use by No. 37 Service Flying Training School at Calgary, Alberta.  Still with this School when it suffered a Category A crash on 13 June 1943.  Scrapped by No. 10 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 20 August 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1184

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 20 August 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Reported built as a Mk. II, RCAF records record this aircraft as a Mk. I.  Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command on 2 October 1941, for use by No. 37 Service Flying Training School at Calgary, Alberta.  Winter conversion kit installed at No. 37 SFTS by 2 July 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 21 December 1943.  Apparently scrapped there.  Request to scrap dated 27 January 1944.  Serviceable and repairable parts were removed and shipped to No. 10 Repair Depot before scrapping.

 

last date: 17 May 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1273

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax, NS

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 30 May 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for crash repairs, 11 February to 27 July 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 17 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2280:20 total time, 1071:25 since overhaul.

 

last date: 19 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1277

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax, NS

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 2 June 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Winter conversion kit installed at No. 34 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair at Edmonton for overhaul, 14 March to 27 July 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  To workshop reserve at No. 8 Repair Depot, Winnipeg for crash repairs some time in 1943, exact date not clear.  Scrapped there.

 

last date: 29 January1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1280

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax, NS

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 30 May 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton on 17 May 1943 for overhaul, with 1237:35 logged time.  To No. 4 Training Command on 24 August 1943, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  To storage on 8 February 1944.  To No. 2 Air command on 1 December 1944, pending disposal from that date.  By 25 November 1946 stored at No. 10 Repair Depot at Calgary.  Noted with 1503:20 total time, 225:25 since overhaul, while in storage.

 

last date: 14 May 1947 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1282

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax, NS

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 20 May 1941, for use by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Winter conversion kit installed at No. 34 SFTS by 2 July 1942.  To Aircraft Repair for overhaul, 30 August to 13 November 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 3 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 3 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit, where it was noted with 2258:35 total time, 646:50 since overhaul.

 

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

T1312

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 19 September 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax, NS

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 2 Training Command on 27 October 1941.  To No. 4 Training Command on 10 November 1941, for use by No. 35 Service Flying Training School at North Battleford, Saskatchewan.  Winter conversion kit installed by Aircraft Repair by 15 May 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 4 August to 1 October 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  To No. 10 Repair Depot for scrapping on 22 March 1944, following a Category B crash while with No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.

 

last date: 25 April 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1313

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 17 August 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  To No. 4 Training Command on 14 October 1941, for use by No. 37 Service Flying Training School at Calgary, Alberta.  Category C damage at Calgary airport at 05:00 on 19 February 1942.  Category C damage again at Calgary airport at 16:00 on 10 February 1942.  Winter conversion set installed at No. 37 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  Category B damage at Penhold airport, date unclear, reported by No. 36 SFTS at Penhold.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton on 8 February 1943, for reduction to spares.  Serviceable and repairable components removed before scrapping and shipped to No. 10 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 17 May 1944 - Struck off, having been reduced to components

T1314

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 September 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  To No. 4 Training Command on 14 October 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Assigned to Aircraft Repair at Edmonton for crash repairs on 18 January 1943, delivered on 2 March 1943.

 

last date: 7 August 1943 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1315

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 22 October 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 4 Training Command on 8 September 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for crash repairs, 9 July to 10 October 1942.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  To Aircraft Repair for overhaul on 29 January 1944.  To No. 10 Repair Depot on 1 April 1944 for disposal action.  Pending disposal from 7 November 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 10 Repair Depot, where it was noted with 1500:20 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1316

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 17 September 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  To No. 4 Training Command on 23 September 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Winter conversion set installed at 36 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 31 October 1942 to 19 January 1943.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Issued from storage on 20 February 1943, for use at No. 2 Flying Instructor School at Vulcan, Alberta.  Pending disposal from 16 September 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 1653:40 total time, 583:00 since overhaul.

 

last date: 19 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1317

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 4 September 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  To No. 4 Training Command on 17 September 1941, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Winter conversion set installed at 36 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 19 June to 18 September 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  With No. 32 Service Flying Training School at Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan when it suffered a Category A crash on 5 August 1944.  To No. 10 Repair Depot for write off on 16 August 1944.

 

last date: 28 December 1944 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

T1323

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

AS.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 10 December 1941 - Taken on strength at No. 9 Repair Depot at St. Jean, PQ

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 6 May 1942.  Pending disposal from 29 September 1944.  to No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 1474:35 total time, never overhauled.

 

last date: 19 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T1326

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 25 September 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 2 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 2 Elementary Flying Training School at Fort William, Ontario.  To No. 2 Training Command on 25 October 1941.  To No. 4 Training Command on 10 November 1941, for use by No. 35 Service Flying Training School at North Battleford, Saskatchewan.   Still with this School when it received Category C12 damage at North Battleford at 15:35 on 6 February 1942. Winter conversion set installed at No. 35 SFTS by 2 July 1942.  Allocated to Aircraft Repair for overhaul on 10 January 1944, but this was cancelled.  To Aircraft Repair on 1 February 1944 for scrapping.  Serviceable and repairable components shipped to No. 10 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 11 April 1944 - Struck off, reduced to components

T1328

Airspeed

Airspeed, Portsmith

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 6 November 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command

 

Accepted by No. 1 Port Detachment at Dartmouth, NS.  Assigned to No. 4 Training Command on 19 November 1941, but this was cancelled.  Forced landing at Sioux Lookout, Ontario on 3 February 1942, probably while ferrying to western Canada.  To MacDonald Brothers aircraft for crash repairs, 3 February to 2 March 1942.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed, for use by No. 36 Service Flying Training School at Penhold, Alberta.  Winter conversion set installed at No. 36 SFTS by 30 April 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 17 November 1943 to 19 January 1944.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed.  To No. 2 Training Command, still in storage, and pending disposal from 25 April 1944.  Back to No. 4 Training Command on 3 June 1944, listed as stored reserve.  Back to pending disposal status on 4 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  By 25 November 1946 stored at No. 10 Repair Depot at Calgary, where it was noted with 1506:50 total time, 1810:00 since overhaul (sic).

 

last date: 14 May 1947 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

T9244

Fairey

 

Albacore

 

 

 

 

F.5003

 

 

 

 

first date: 5 May 1943 - Taken on strength

 

Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command.  Free issued to RCN.  Probably never uncrated.  Reported as sold for scrap shortly after arrival in Canada.  The company number I list here is Fairey company number, from several published UK sources.  Griffin lists company number as 32/T 9244. This may be a shipping or transfer number.

 

last date: 7 February 1949 - Struck off

T9246

Fairey

 

Albacore

 

 

 

 

F.5005

 

 

 

 

first date: 5 May 1943 - Taken on strength

 

Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command.  Free issued to RCN.  Probably never uncrated.  Reported as sold for scrap shortly after arrival in Canada.  The company number I list here is Fairey company number, from several published UK sources.  Griffin lists company number as 32/T 9246. This may be a shipping or transfer number.

 

last date: 7 February 1949 - Struck off

T9385

Lockheed

 

Hudson

Mk. II

 

 

L-214

 

 

 

 

 

first date: 14 December 1940 - Taken on strength at Rockcliffe

 

To No. 3 Training Command on 1 November 1941, for use by Test & Development Establishment at RCAF Station Rockcliffe, Ontario.  Still with T&DE  when it struck trees and a telegraph pole 1 mile east of Mt. Grove, Ontario (about 60 miles south-west of Rockcliffe) at 13:45 on 13 December 1941, after loosing height due to double engine failure caused by severe icing.  Classified as Category B, but apparently never repaired.  To No. 1 Training Command for salvaging on 3 January 1942.  Approval to scrap sent to No. 6 Repair Depot at Trenton.

 

last date: 28 April 1942 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

V3247

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2914

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 3 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 1 Wireless School at Montreal, PQ.  To No. 4 Training Command on 16 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Winter conversion set installed at No. 34 SFTS by 2 July 1942.  To Aircraft Repair for overhaul, 9 August to 23 October 1943.  To No. 4 Training Command when completed.  Pending disposal from 17 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2363:00 total time, 895:15 since overhaul.

 

last date: 17 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

V3268

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2916

 

 

 

 

first date: 24 April 1941 - Taken on strength

 

Taken on strength at No. 1 Coastal Artillery Cooperation Flight at St. John, Newfoundland.  To No. 4 Training Command on 7 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Category A crash at Medicine Hat at 12:40 on 3 July 1941.  Starboard engine caught fire in flight, dug in a wing tip while apparently attempting a forced landing, and was completely burned out.  All 2 (or 3?) occupants killed.  Cause of fire believed to be fuel venting or leaking from a cracked line onto engine.  Had 160:30 flying time when struck off.

 

last date: 1 September 1941 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

V3289

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2937

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by No. 3 Training Command

 

Taken on strength at No. 1 Wireless School at St. Hubert, PQ.  To No. 4 Training Command on 15 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Category C damage at 21:30 on 20 July 1941, 1/2 mile west of Medicine Hat.  To McKenzie Services for overhaul and installation of winter conversion set, 4 February to 16 July 1942.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 13 August 1942.  To No. 10 Repair Depot on 29 March 1944, noted as time expired and pending Air Force Headquarters disposal instructions.  Pending disposal from 23 June 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal. Noted with 1698:35 total time, 1498:35 since overhaul, while stored at No. 10 Repair Depot.

 

last date: 23 January 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

V3290

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2938

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 20 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Winter conversion set installed at No. 34 SFTS by 4 June 1942.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 31 August to 5 December 1942.  To storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed, issued from storage on 15 March 1943.  Pending disposal from 17 October 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 895:45 logged time since overhaul.

 

last date: 17 February 1945 - Struck off, to War Assets Corporation for disposal

V3291

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2939

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength by Eastern Air Command at Halifax

 

To No. 4 Training Command on 20 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  Category A damage at Medicine Hat at 11:00 on 26 June 1941.  Oxford AR780 collided with this aircraft after swinging off the runway after landing.  This aircraft was being ground run by fitter AC J. Snow, who was uninjured.  Inspection report dated 21 August 1941 recommended scrapping.  Scrapped by No. 34 SFTS.

 

last date: 17 November 1941 - Struck off, reduced to spares and produce

V3294

Airspeed

de Havilland

Oxford

Mk. I

 

 

A.S.10

2942

 

 

 

 

first date: 12 May 1941 - Taken on strength

 

Taken on strength at No. 1 Wireless School at St. Hubert, PQ.  To No. 4 Training Command on 23 May 1941, for use  by No. 34 Service Flying Training School at Medicine Hat, Alberta.  To Aircraft Repair in Edmonton for overhaul, 27 October 1942 to 1 February 1943.  Assigned to storage with No. 4 Training Command when completed, delivered on 19 February 1943.  Issued from storage on 25 March 1943.  Back to storage on 4 April 1944.  Pending disposal from 11 August 1944.  To No. 2 Air Command on 1 December 1944, still pending disposal.  Stored at No. 3 Satellite Equipment Holding Unit at Swift Current, Saskatchewan, where it was noted with 2365:55 total time, 1140:20 since overhaul.

 

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


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