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No.602 Sqn RAF - Squadron Details - Aviation Directory

No.602 Sqn RAF


Name : No.602 Sqn RAF
Founded : 12th September 1925
Disbanded : 10th March 1957
Country : UK
Fate : Disbanded 10th March 1957
More Details : City of Glasgow (Auxiliary)

Cave leonem cruciatum - Beware the tormented lion
Known Code Letters : , LO, ZT, DU,

We have been informed by pilot Ian Blair about one of the aircraft of this squadron : The Spitfire MkVII had the Squadron markings of 312 Sqdn (DU-G) but the aircraft was on the strength of 602 Sqn. and was inherited by 602 Sqn from the Station Flight at Skae Bray, after 312 Sqn had left the area. The time span did not permit the ground personnel sufficient time to paint new letters on the aircraft. This fact has led to the incorrect assumption that I, the pilot of the aircraft, was a member of 312 Sqn.

Known Service Details :

Pilot or Aircrew

Rank

Start of Service

End of Service

Known Dates

Aircraft

Airframes

Notes

C. F. Babbage

Sergeant

unknown

unknown

26th August 1940

Spitfire

H. J. Bell-Walker

Sergeant

unknown

unknown

12th August 1941

Spitfire

R. F. Boyd

unknown

unknown

Leonard Harry Chalice

Flight Sergeant

unknown

4th July 1944

Spitfire

MH709

Killed in Action

W. H. Coverley

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

P9381

D. W. Elcome

Sergeant

unknown

26th October 1940

Spitfire

R6839

Killed in Action

F J Fox

Flight Sergeant

unknown

unknown

10th June 1944

Spitfire

NH203

John Freeborn

unknown

unknown

Maurice William Frith

Flying Officer

unknown

10th May 1944

Spitfire

MJ303

Killed in Action

W. P. Hopkin

Pilot Officer

September 1940

unknown

C H Jenkins

Flight Sergeant

unknown

unknown

07th January 1944

Spitfire

MH722

W. R. Jones

Pilot Officer

unknown

unknown

L. D. Kidd

Pilot Officer

unknown

unknown

06th June 1944

Spitfire

MJ339

James Lacey

March 1942

unknown

25th April 1942

Spitfire

Harold Land

plt off

unknown

7th March 1931

Avro 504N

H2975

Killed flying Avro 504N H2975 of 602 Sqn,based in Renfrew Scotland in Collision with Wapiti J9603, near Port Glasgow he was 24 Killed in Action

Archie McKellar

unknown

unknown

Mickey Mount

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

George Christopher Philips

Flt Off

unknown

7th March 1931

Wapita

J9603

Plt Off George Christopher Philips killed was killed when his Wapiti IIA J9603,of 602 Sqn, based at Renfrew was in a Collision with Avro 504N H2975, near Port Glasgow AC2 Edward E Smith baled out Killed in Action

R A Sutherland

Squadron Leader

unknown

unknown

18th June 1944

Spitfire

MH709

J. D. Urie

Flight Lieutenant

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

X4110

Paul Webb

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

09th September 1940

Spitfire

K9910

Paul Webb

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

09th September 1940

Spitfire

K9910

G. A. Whipps

Sergeant

unknown

6th September 1940

Spitfire

N3227

Pilots and Aircrew for : No.602 Sqn RAF
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Aries, E. W.
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Aries, E. W.


Babbage, C. F.
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Babbage, C. F.

Sergeant C.F.Babbage of No 602 Squadron bailed out to the South of Selsey Bill on the 26th of August 1940. Sergeant Babbage Spitfire had been shot up by a Bf 109 of JG 53.
Barthropp, Paddy
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   Died : 16 / 4 / 2008
Barthropp, Paddy

At the outbreak of war Paddy flew obsolete Hinds, Hectors and Lysanders in combat, but converted to Spitfires and joined 602 Squadron at Tangmere. During the Battle of Britain he flew with some of the great aces - Douglas Bader, Sailor Malan, and Bob Stanford Tuck. In 1941 he was a Flight Commander with 610 Squadron. Continuing to fly Spitfires, now with 122 Squadron based at Hornchurch, he flew fighter sweeps and escort missions. On 17th May 1942 he was shot down over St Omer. He baled out but was captured, spending the next three years as a POW. One of the RAFs best known and best loved characters, though the bane of certain senior officers, Paddy Barthropps RAF service spanned the period from bi-planes to supersonic jets. Joining the RAF in 1938, his first squadron was 613 flying Hinds, Hectors and Lysanders. In 1940 he was released to fly Spitfires with 602 Squadron where he shared in the destruction of two aircraft. He was posted to 610 Squadron, and then to 91 Squadron, shooting down two Bf 109s during summer 1941 and receiving the DFC. In August 1941 he returned to 610 Squadron as a flight commander. He was shot down three times, the third time being taken prisoner ofwar. He had by then brought his total to 9. Scraps in the air were accompanied by scrapes on the ground, and appearances in Magistrates Courts for disorderly conduct. Addicted to fast cars and lively ladies - and the sworn enemy of stuffed shirts everywhere - he was the irrepressible life and soul of any party, and a persistant thorn in the side of overweening authority as the Germans were to discover. The war over, he was posted to the Empire Test Pilots School where he flew over a hundred different types of plane in ten months. Soon, he was out in the Sudan and in serious trouble again - under arrest after taking a hippo to an upper-crust party. As a boy, he had been taught to ride by champion jockey Steve Donaghue and now, posted to Hong Kong, he rode winners on the track at Happy Valley, and seriously thought of turning professional. Then it was back to the U.K. to take up an appointment as a Fighter Station Commander, and to lead the Coronation fly-past over Buckingham Palace. He left the RAF to set up his own luxury car-hire firm. He died on 16th April 2008.
Bell-Walker, H. J.
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Bell-Walker, H. J.

Sergeant H.J.Bell-Walker of No 72 Squadron. On the 18th of September 1940 he was badly wounded when his Spitfire I (R6704) was attacked by Bf 109's over Gravesend, Kent. On the 12th of August 1941 he was shot down in his Spitfire V by a Bf 109, wounded and captured while flying with No 602 Squadron as No 2 to Squadron Leader A.Deere.
Blair, Ian
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   Died : 5 / 10 / 2016
Blair, Ian

Ian Blair joined 113 Squadron in 1938 as a AC1/Armourer AG. on Hawker Hind and later Blenheim Mk 1s. He took part in the heavy fighting of the first Lybian campaign. He was forced to take control and fly the Blenheim airceaft after his pilot was killed following an attack by an Italian Fiat CR 42. Remarkably he managed not only to evade the enemy aircraft, but fly to fly the Blenheim 350 miles back to his base where he made a succesful textbook landing. This extraordinary action earned him the award of an immediate DFM. The experience led him to train as a pilot at No 4 SFTS RAF Habbaniya, where the No 6 War Course were heavily engaged in operations to raize the siege of the base from the Iraqi Army. He was finally awarded his wings in May 1941. On return to the UK he served with 501 Squadron on combat duties on Spitfire Mk V's until injured as a result of enemy action. On return to flying duties he was posted to 602 Squadron flying MkV's and MkIX's until June 1944. In February 1944, he claimed a high altitude victory by destroying a Me.109 F at an altitude of 35,000 feet, flying a Spitfire Mk.VII H.F.
Boyd, R. F.
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Boyd, R. F.

Flight Lieutenant Robert Findley Boyd flew with No 602 Squadron from the outbreak of the War and through the Battle of Britain. He sot down a total of 9 with 6 shared.
Brothers, Peter
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   Died : 18 / 12 / 2008
Brothers, Peter

Learnt to fly at the age of 16 and joined the RAF two years later in 1936. He first saw action in 1940 when as a Flight Commander in 32 Squadron, based at Biggin Hill, he flew his Hurricane against the fighters and bombers of the Luftwaffe. He recalls this as an intensely busy period, during which he shot down an Me109 - his first enemy aircraft; by the end of August that same year his tally of enemy aircraft shot down increased to eight. Awarded the DFC, he was transferred to 257 Squadron where he joined Bob-Stanford Tuck as a Flight Commander. Promoted in 1941 to Squadron Leader, Pete Brothers then took command of 457 Squadron RAAF, equipped with Spitfires. A year later when 457 Squadron returned to Australia, Pete took command of 602 Squadron. In the early autumn of 1942 he went on to become Wing Leader of the Tangmere Wing, succeeding his old friend, Douglas Bader. By the end of the war Pete Brothers had amassed 875 operational hours over a 44-month period. He was credited with having personally shot down 16 enemy aircraft and damaged many more. He later went on to command 57 Squadron during the Malaya campaign. Upon return to the UK Pete Brothers joined the V-Force, flying Valiant-4 jet bombers. He retired in 1973. Sadly, Pete Brothers died 18th December 2008.
Chalice, Leonard Harry
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   Died : 4 / 7 / 1944
Chalice, Leonard Harry

Killed aged 20 on 4th July 1944 when his Spitfire Mk.IX MH709 LO-R of No.602 Sqn was shot down by fighters over Normandy. His name is on the Runnymede Memorial. Son of Harry and Elsie Chalice, of Orpington, Kent.
Charlesworth, A M
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Charlesworth, A M

Joined the RAF straight from school just before his 18th birthday in the summer of 1940 with the sole purpose of becoming a fighter pilot. After training, at age just 18, he was posted to RAF Ibsley, Hampshire, to 118 Sqdn, flying Spitfire 2Bs. Here he took part in his first scramble. After a month he was posted where the action was thickest, to a 11 Group Station, RAF Kenley, where he joined 602 Sqdn. His Squadron Commander was Al Deere, by this time a highly decorated ace; Al was 23 then and had already been shot down nine times. 602 Squadron was equipped with the more advanced Spitfire VBs which had two 20mm cannons, firing at 1200 rounds a minute, plus four very useful Browning 50mm machine guns firing at an even higher rate per minute. Al Deere was eventually posted to another squadron and Paddy Finucane took over - "possibly the finest fighter pilot 1 came across", Max. Charlesworth continues, "I remember him trying to get his 21st victory before his birthday and I often flew No. 2 to him. These were twitchy and tiring days when three sweeps a over occupied France day were the norm, to be met each time by several hundred Me 109s and Focke Wolf 190s, at our maximum range, where hectic dog fights ensued. We were normally outnumbered and a day could last from an early morning call at 3.30am to the last landing at 10.30pm in the semi-dark of the long summer of 1941. The average age of the approximately 30 pilots on the squadron was always about 19." During this period they were scrambled to search for and attack the German battleships Scharnhorst and Gneisenau (although they did not know it at the time) which, with escorting vessels had slipped up the Channel from Brest. The weather was awful and Max flew straight across the German battle cruiser Hipper thinking it was a Royal Navy cruiser. The Hipper opened up at Max with guns blazing but he was fortunate to escape with just a hole in one wing. In April 1942 Max was posted to a secret unit called MSFU (Merchant Service Fighter Unit) where he flew Hurricanes from catapults on merchant ships attached to convoys of anything up to fifty merchant men a time. The ships were mainly bringing supplies from America and taking them to Murmansk and Archangel, the hard-pressed Soviets and Gibraltar. Max recalls this as a highly physical and uncomfortable task, apart from also being very scary. The ships were constantly attacked by U Boat packs and aircraft. When they were in range of the latter, if they launched the Hurricane they knew they would ultimately have to bail out and hope to be picked up by either a friendly escort vessel or a sunken ships lifeboat. "The North Atlantic route to Canada, north of Iceland and down the Greenland coast at an average sped of six knots in appalling seas was not our idea of a holiday cruise", Max vividly recalls. Having survived this posting Max was then moved to 124 Sq. at West Malting, Near Maidstone, Kent. The squadron was equipped with the much more powerful Spitfire IXs. Their task here was mainly escorting USAF and RAF bombing raids into Europe. With longrange tanks fitted they were able to reach Hamburg and Ludwigshafen; later on they were able to refuel from liberated bases in France. These ops. required them to fly as Top Cover at over 30,000 feet for up to three hours, where it was so cold the pilots returned to base hardly able to climb out of their cockpits. On February 9th 1945 Max was the Senior Flight Commander on 124 Squadron during their move to Cottishall. Here they adapted the Spitfire Ks to dive-bombing. The Spitfires carried either a 500lb. bomb under the fuselage and two 250lbs. under each wing or, a 90-gallon fuel tank under the fuselage and a 250lb. bomb under each wing. Their mission was to destroy V2 sites in Holland - mainly situated in small parks near the centre of the Hague. These V2 sites were launching rockets on London in ever increasing numbers. As well as attacking the V2 sites they were to destroy railway lines used by the Germans to transport V2s into the area. These were dangerous times as the V2s sites were heavily defended by 88mm guns down to 20mm. "The flak was horrendous and we lost many" recalls Max. As Senior Flight Commander, Max often led the squadron, though identifying targets from 12,000 feet was difficult. After the war Max was one of the first pilots to convert to the Meteor twin-engined jet, later to move on to Vampires and Canberras. His flying career was completed in June 1961 when he was posted to Warsaw, Poland as the Assistant Air Attache. He finally retired from the RAF in 1966.
Closterman, Pierre
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   Died : 22 / 3 / 2006
Closterman, Pierre

One of the RAFs best known fighter pilots, with more than 20 victories, Clostermann was a Free French officer and later the author of a classic book about World War Two flying, The Big Show. Clostermann came to Britain via the United States and was first in action with 341 (Alsace) Squadron on Spitfires in 1943. By D-Day he was with 602 Squadron, also on Spitfires, and flew a patrol over the beaches late in the afternoon of June 6th. On June 14th he became the first French pilot to land in liberated France. Rested in July 1944, Clostermann returned to action in January 1945 and from 4th March was flying Tempests with 274 Squadron. His first Tempest score was a Bf 109 on his second day during a "cannon test". In the middle of March 1945 he was posted as a Flight commander to No 56 Squadron. With this unit he destroyed a Bf109 in the air. On 8th April he was transferred to No 3 Squadron as "A" Flight commander where he on 20th April scored two Fw190D-9s. Clostermann's final score in Tempest is at least 12 destroyed, 6 shared and 2 probables. He was awarded the DSO and DFC and Bar in addition to French, Belgian and American decorations. Post war he achieved world-wide fame with The Big Show, and other books, and enjoyed a substantial career in politics and th aviation industry. Pierre Clostermann passed away on 22nd March 2006.


Final Total : 33 destroyed

19 Fw190
7 Me109
2 Dornier 24
1 Fieseler 156
1 Ju252
1 Ju88
1 Ju290
1 Heinkel 111

On the ground he destroyed :

7 Ju88
6 Do18
4 He177
2 Arado 323
1 Ju252
1 Blom-Voss
,br>Add to it some 72 locomotives , 5 tanks , 1 submarine and 2 destroyers.

Costain, Hank
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Costain, Hank

Hank Costain was born in Horton on the Gower Coast and was educated at Christ College Brecon. He joined the RAFVR for pilot training in September 1940. He trained in the USA in Arizona at Thunderbird Field and Falcon Field, returning to the UK in 1941 to complete operational training at 53 OTU on Spitfire Mk1s. He flew with No 154 Squadron (Motor Industries Squadron) Spitfire Vbs in the Hornchurch Wing. The Squadron was withdrawn from 11 Group to prepare for the invasion of North Africa, operation Torch. He flew with the Squadron throughout the North African campaign and moved with the Squadron to Malta to prepare for the invasion of Sicily, operation Husky. After moving to Lentini East in Sicily his tour was completed and he was posted back to The Canal Zone 73 OTU Abu Sueir as an instructor. Having completed his instructors tour the Far East were calling for experienced Spitfire pilots and he found himself en route to No 615 Squadron (County of Surrey) R.Aux.A.F. in Burma. He baled out of a Spitfire MkVIII while operating with 615 Squadron and spent several months in hospital in Calcutta before being invalided home. Fit again he became an instructor at 61 OTU Keevil on Spitfires and Mustangs. The next tour was with 245 Squadron at Horsham St Faith flying Meteor 3s. This tour was cut short, as there was a call for the two Spitfire Squadrons in Japan to be reinforced. At the end of 1946 he found himself on No 11 Squadron at Miho in Japan as part of the BCAIR element of BCOF (British Commonwealth Occupation Force). Returning from Japan in 1948 he spent a period ferrying with No 20 Maintenance Unit followed be an appointment as Unit Test Pilot at No9 MU. He completed the CFS Course in 1952 and became Training Officer of No602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron R.Aux.A.F. Promoted to Squadron Leader in 1953, a tour as Chief Ground Instructor and OC Gunnery Squadron at 226 OCU was completed. When 226 OCU was disbanded he took command of No608 (NR) Squadron R.Aux.A.F. at Thornaby on Tees, flying Vampires. He completed his RAF career in Guided Weapons. A tour of Woomera evaluating the Bloodhound Mk2 SAM missile. Then CO of No 33 (SAM) Squadron at Butterworth in Malaysia followed by appointment as CO of No 25 (SAM) Squadron at North Coates and RAF Germany.
Coverley, W. H.
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   Died : 7 / 9 / 1940
Coverley, W. H.

Flight Officer W.H.Coverley of No 602 Squadron baled out of his Spitfire I (P9381) on the 25th of August 1940 after combat over Dorchester. W.H.Coverley baled out of his Spitfire after he was shot down over Biggin Hill on the 7th of September 1940 but later died of his wounds.
Deere, Alan
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   Died : 21 / 9 / 1995
Deere, Alan

Top scoring New Zealand Ace with 22 victories, Deere was born in Auckland on December 12th 1917. Alan Deere would become one of the RAF's finest pilots. Joining the RAF in 1937, in September 1938 Al Deere was posted to No.54 Sqn at the time flying Gloster Gladiators, then in early 1940 the Squadron converted to Spitfires. His first brush with death happened when his oxygen failed while at altitude and ke blacked out, coming to only in time to pull his aircraft out of a dive and certain death. At the beginning of May 1940 Deere took part in the intensive air war over Dunkirk and on 23rd May 1940 Deere took part in a daring rescue operation. He and Pilot Officer Allen escorted their flight commander, James Leathart, to France where he was to land a Miles Master trainer and pick up the CO of 74 Squadron who had made a forced landing on the airfield at Calais-Marck. While the pick up was made, Alan Deere was at low level with Pilot Officer Allen at 8000 feet. As Flight Commander James Leathart prepared for take off in the Master, Pilot Offcier Allen spotted a flight o Bf109's coming their way.

Deere scored his first victory, as a strafing Bf109 pulled out of its dive, presenting a perfect target. Deere fired a short burst and the aircraft stalled and then crashed into the sea. Deere, climbing to help Allen, crossed the path of two 109ís, one of which turned towards him. Deere also turned, firing at the second one, which rolled over and dived away. Pursuing the first one, he caught up at treetop height and pursued him, firing off his remaining ammunition before the German headed for home. During the whole event Deere and Allen accoutned for three Bf109's shot down and three damaged. All three aircraft returned to their base at RAF Hornchurch.

During four days - 23rd to 29th May - Deere shot down three Bf109ís and three Bf110ís but his luck ran out and he was shot down over Dunkirk while attacking a Dornier Do17 and luckily managed a forced landing in Belgium where he optained a bicycle and cycled to Dunkirk where he managed to get on a destroyer and returned to Hornchurch within 30 hours of taking off. In June he was decorated with the DFC by the King at a special ceremony at Hornchurch. Alan Deere destroyed seven more enemy fighters and one bomber during the Battle of Britian and was awarded a Bar to the DFC. In January 1941 became an Operations Room Controller. He returned to operations on 7th May 1941, joining 602 Squadron in Scotland as a Flight Commander.

On August 1st 1941 Alan Deere took command of 602 Squadron and on that day destroyed a Bf109. When his second operational tour ended in January 1942 Deere went to the USA to lecture on fighter tactics. In May 1942, he took command of 403 Squadron, commanding the squadron until August before being posted to staff duties. During a temporary attachment to 611 Squadron in February 1943 Deere destroyed an Fw190. Some days later he was appointed Wing Leader at Biggin Hill. He flew 121 sorties during his six months leadership and by this time his tally was twenty-two confirmed victories, ten probables and eighteen damaged.

He was also awarded the DSO and a bar to his DFC. Alan Deere was also awarded the Croix de Guerre and the DFC (USA) and in May 1945 He was awarded an OBE. In December 1977 Air Commodore Deere retired form the Royal Air Force. Iin 1959 Air Commodore Alan Deere wrote of his experiences in his book, íNine Livesí. Sadly, he passed away on 21st September 1995.
Eade, A. W.
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Eade, A. W.


Edy, A. L.
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   Died : 12 / 12 / 1941
Edy, A. L.

Killed December 12th 1941
Elcome, D. W.
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   Died : 26 / 10 / 1940
Elcome, D. W.

Sergeant Douglas William Elcome of No 602 Squadron was reported missing after he failed to return from a routine patrol in his Spitfire I (R6839) on the 26th of October 1940. His body was never recovered. Earlier that summer Douglas was flying a Spitfire I which crash-landed. He was knocked unconscious and hospitalised for a short while. He insisted on going back to flying and was accepted. However, on returning from patrol on the 26th of October 1940 he appeared to black out or go unconscious and his plane crashed into the sea off Selsey Bill. It was conjectured that this might have occurred because of his earlier crash.
Ferguson, P. J.
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Ferguson, P. J.


Fisher, G.
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Fisher, G.


Fox, F J
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Fox, F J

On 10th June 1944, his Spitfire Mk.IX NH203 of No.602 Sqn was hit by American gunfire and crash landed in Normandy. He was unhurt, but the aircraft was written off.
Freeborn, John
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   Died : 28 / 8 / 2010
Freeborn, John

Johnie Freeborn flew Spitfires with 74 Squadron over Dunkirk, and was in action throughout the Battle of Britain, he had been with his squadron longer, and flown more hours, than any other Battle of Britain pilot. He joined 602 Squadron in 1942, and commanded 118 Squadron in June 1943. In June 1944 he was promoted Wing Commander Flying of 286 Wing in Italy. John Freeborn scored 17 victories. Sadly, we have learned that John Freeborn passed away on 28th August 2010.

John Freeborn signing the print In Them We Trust by Ivan Berryman, assisted by Cranston Fine Arts owner David Higgins.

John Freeborn signs the print Close Encounter at a signing session in February 2010.

Cranston Fine Arts would like to extend our many thanks to Wing Commander John Freeborn for spending a day (28/2/2010) with us signing a number of our art prints.

Frith, Maurice William
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   Died : 10 / 5 / 1944
Frith, Maurice William

Killed aged 23 on 10th May 1944 when his Spitfire Mk.IX MJ303 of No.602 Sqn was shot down by Fw190s of JG26 near Neufchatel. He is buried in Marissel French National Cemetery. Son of William H. Frith and Elsie L. Frith of Erdington, Birmingham.
Gage , D. H.
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   Died : 6 / 6 / 1941
Gage , D. H.

Killed June 6th 1941**
Gillies, J.
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   Died : 21 / 4 / 1944
Gillies, J.

& 421 Flight. Killed April 21st 1944**
Hanbury, Osgood Villiers
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   Died : 3 / 6 / 1943
Hanbury, Osgood Villiers

Missing in transit to North Africa June 3rd 1943**
Hart, J. S.
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Hart, J. S.


Hopkin, W. P.
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Hopkin, W. P.

Pilot Officer W.P.(John Willie) Hopkin in July 1940 joined No 54 Squadron. Hopkin claimed three kills with this squadron before later being posted away to No 602 Squadron in September 1940, adding three more kills during the Battle. Hopkin was awarded the D.F.C. on the 9th of September 1941. After the war, he spent a period as Honourary Secretary of the Battle of Britain Fighter Association.
Humpherson, J. B. W.
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   Died : 22 / 6 / 1941
Humpherson, J. B. W.

Killed June 22nd 1941
Jack, Donald M
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   Died : 22 / 9 / 2005
Jack, Donald M

Battle of Britain pilot, 602 Squadron. A 602 Squadron Battle of Britain pilot, he joined the RAuxAF in 1936 and was called up in September 1939. He flew throughout the Battle of Britain getting in early with a damaged Ju88 on the 9th July and destroying a Bf110 and a Bf109 during August. During 1941 he commanded No 123 Squadron, then when 123 Squadron merged with 80 Squadron in 1942 he took command flying in the Middle East and Western Desert. Then followed a number of staff positions until he was released from the RAF in September 1945. Naturally Donaldís Spitfire bore the Donald Duck motif. Donald Jack passed away 22nd September 2005.
Jenkins, C H
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Jenkins, C H

Rescued from the sea after his Spitfire Mk.IX MH722 ditched after running out of fuel. He had encountered Fw190s while escorting bombers.
Johnstone, Sandy
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   Died : 13 / 12 / 2000
Johnstone, Sandy

Early in 1938, Johnstone was a civilian navigation instructor at Scottish Aviation, moving later to the Civil Air Navigation School at Prestwick. In August 1939 he was called to full-time service with 602 Squadron. After some Spitfire engagements off the Scottish coast, he received command of 602 - he was still only 24 - and led it south to the tiny airfield at West Hampnett, in West Sussex, where it was stationed throughout the Battle of Britain. Sandy was in command of no. 602 squadron during the critical days of the Battle of Britain, flying with the squadron before the war though to 1941, when he was posted to the Middle east, he also served with 229 and 249 squadrons in Malta during the Islands most fateful days of the war. Sandy became a successful author and resided near Ipswich in Suffolk. Sandy Johnstone died 13th December 2000, aged 84.

Citation for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross :

Acting Squadron Leader Alexander Vallance Riddell JOHNSTONE (90163), Auxiliary Air Force.

This officer has proved himself to be a leader of ability and determination and has been mainly responsible for the high standard of morale in his squadron. He has destroyed four enemy aircraft of which one was shot down at night.

(London Gazette Ė 1 October 1940)




Sandy Johnstone discusses a painting with artist Anthony Saunders.

Jones, W. R.
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Jones, W. R.

Pilot Officer W.R.Jones flew with No 266 Squadron and No 602 Squadron. In 1944 and 1945 he carried out many "special flights" to southern France, Belgium, Holland and Germany carrying "important passengers". Jones was awarded the A.F.C. on the 1st of January 1946.
Kidd, L. D.
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Kidd, L. D.

Pilot Officer L.D.Kidd of No.602 Squadron was flying in Spitfire Mk.IX (MJ339) on 6th June 1944, he crash landed on a Normandy beach. He was uninjured and the aircraft was later salvaged.
Lacey, James
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   Died : 30 / 5 / 1989
Lacey, James

James Harry Lacey, from Wetherby, who was destined to become the top scoring RAF fighter pilot in the Battle of Britain, joined the RAFVR. in 1937. After an instructors course in 1938 he became an instructor at the Yorkshire Aeroplane Club. Called up at the outbreak of war, he was posted to 501 Squadron, and in May 1940 was posted with the unit to France. On the 13th he set off late on an early patrol, and shot down a Bf 109 and a He 111. Later in the day he destroyed a Bf 110. On the 27th he destroyed two He 11 Is and then returned to the United Kingdom, in June, having made an emergency landing in a swamp on the 9th and overturned, nearly being drowned. On 20 July he shot down a 13f 109, and was then awarded a DFM. In the Battle of Britain, during August, he destroyed a Ju 87 and a probable on the 12th, damaged a Do 17 on the 15th, probably destroyed a Bf 109 on the 16th, and on the 24th shot down a Ju 88 and damaged a Do 17. On the 29th he destroyed a 13f 109 and next day claimed a He 111 and probablya Bf110. He shot down a Bf109 on the 31st and on 2 September got two Bf 109s and damaged a Do 17. Two days later he destroyed two more Bf 109s, and was then sent on leave for a few days. on his return, on the 13th, he took off in very bad weather to shoot down a lone He 111 which had just bombed Buckingham Palace. Having destroyed it, he found the cloud too thick to return to base and was forced to bale out. On the 15th he shot down another He 111 and two Bf 109s with a third damaged, on the 27th destroyed another Bf 109 and on the 30th damaged a Ju 88. During October he was in action frequently against Bf 109s, getting a probable on the 7th and destroying others on the 12th, 26th, and the 30th, damaging one also on this latter date. His score was now 23, and he had been shot down or forced to bale out nine times. Of his victories 18 were gained during the Battle of Britain, and this was the highest score of any pilot for this period. In December he received a Bar to his DFM and was commissioned the following month. He converted to Spitfires early in 1941, and in June became a flight commander. During July he destroyed a Bf 109 on the 10th, damaged one on the 14th, shot down a He 59 floatplane on the 17th and destroyed two more Bf 109s on the 24th, causing them to collide. He was then posted as an instructor to 57 OTU where he trained, among others, George Beurling. In March 1942 he was posted to 602 Squadron, and on 24th March damaged a Fw 190. On 25 April he damaged two more, but was then posted to HQ 81 Group as Tactics Officer, now as a Sqn. Ldr. He spent some while testing Hurricanes with rocket projectiles and 40 mm. anti-tank guns, and then became Chief Flying Instructor at Millfield. In March 1943 he was sent to India, and first was responsible for converting squadrons to Hurricanes at Madras. He then moved to Bangalore, where he converted Hurricane pilots to Thunderbolts. In September 1944 he was posted to 3 TAC at Komila as Sqn. Ldr. Tactics, and the following month attended an Air Fighting Instructors Course at Armarda Road, which was run by Wg. Cdr. F.R. Carey. In November he became temporary commanding officer of 155 Squadron, flying Spitfire 8s in Burma, but later that month took command of 17 Squadron, equipped with the same aircraft. His squadron was responsible for giving ground support to a Gurkha regiment, so he ordered his pilots to have their heads shaved in the Gurkha fashion, which proved to be a very popular move. On 19 February 1945 he shot down a Nakajima Ki 43 Oscar, his twenty-eighth and last victory. He died on 30th May 1989.
Land, Harold
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   Died : 7 / 3 / 1931
Land, Harold

Killed flying Avro 504N H2975 of 602 Sqn,based in Renfrew Scotland in Collision with Wapiti J9603, near Port Glasgow he was 24
Lyall, A.
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   Died : 8 / 11 / 1940
Lyall, A.

Killed November 8th 1940
MacLean, Hector
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   Died : 19 / 7 / 2007
MacLean, Hector

Hector was flying with No 602 squadron before war broke out. A gallant young man, his fighter pilot days were drawn to an abrupt halt on August 26th 1940 when his leg was severely injured during battle, but the war was by no means over. After his recovery he was posted to Rosemount for duty as a fighter controller, in the rank of Squadron Leader. Hector retired and lived in Kilmacolm near Glasgow. He died on 19th July 2007.
McDowall, Andrew
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McDowall, Andrew


McKellar, Archie
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   Died : 2 / 11 / 1940
McKellar, Archie

Born 10th April 1912. Joined No.602 Sqn City of Glasgow flying Spitfires and Hurricanes. Has at least part claim to the first British air victory of the war, and is credited with shooting down the first aircraft to fall on British soil since 1918. In all, he scored 21 victories before being killed when his Hurricane plunged into a field in Kent. He was awarded the DSO and DFC with Bar, the citations for which follow :

Citation for the DFC

This officer has at all times displayed the keenest desire to engage the enemy. In his first large-scale encounter against enemy aircraft he displayed a great sense of leadership and tactics in launching his flight against ninety Heinkel m's. As a result, at least four enemy aircraft were destroyed, of which Flight Lieutenant McKellar destroyed three. He has displayed outstanding leadership and courage.

Citation for the Bar to the DFC

During a period of eight days in the defence of London, Flight Lieutenant McKellar has destroyed eight hostile aircraft, bringing his total to twelve. He displays an excellent fighting spirit, is a particularly brilliant tactician and has led his squadron with skill and resource.

Citation for the DSO

This officer has led his squadron with outstanding courage and determination. He has destroyed 20 enemy aircraft, and his magnificent fighting spirit has proved an excellent inspiration to his fellow pilots.
Moody, H. W.
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   Died : 7 / 9 / 1940
Moody, H. W.

Missing September 7th 1940**
Mount, Mickey
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   Died : 4 / 8 / 2002
Mount, Mickey

Flying Officer C.J Mount joined NO.602 squadron on August 8th 1940 after a brief conversion course on Spitfires. On August 18th his Spitfire L1005 was severely damaged in combat with JU 87s and BF109s over Ford. Micky was unhurt. he again escaped injury when his Spitfire X4270 was damaged landing at Tangmere. he served in many of the theatres of WW2 and he flew Hurricanes in Malta and North Africa and Wellingtons in the Middle east. Micky retired and lived in Ascot in Berkshire. He died 4th August 2002.
Niven, Hugh
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   Died : 8 / 4 / 2008
Niven, Hugh

Canadian who flew with No.602 Sqn during the Battle of Britain. Died 8th April 2008.
Parkinson, Colin
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   Died : 31 / 3 / 2006
Parkinson, Colin

Australian Colin Parkinson joined the RAAF in 1940, arriving in England to join 19 Squadron flyin Spitfires. In March 1942 he shot down a Do217. In May he was posted to Malta, flying his Spitfire off HMS Eagle on 9th June, with 602 Squadron. After scoring several victories he flew to Gibraltar to lead in further Spitfires, taking off from HMS Furious to the island on 17th August. Commissioned, he now flew with 229 Squadron. On 9th October with Winco Donaldson and Screwball Beurling, he performed a low level beat up and acrobatics over the presentation of the George Cross to the people of Malta. He ended his tour of Malta in November 1942 with the DFC and 10.5 victories, plus probably 2 more. Colin Parkinson passed away aged 89 on 31st March 2006.
Payne, R. A.
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Payne, R. A.


Penny, Michael
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Penny, Michael

His war service began in October 1940 at I.TW. Newquay. On completion of his training he was posted to No. 24 E. F.T.S. Luton. After 11 hours dual flying he first flew solo in a Miles Magister. After forty hours instruction he was posted to No. 9 S.F.T.S. Hullavington for advanced flying on Miles Masters and Hurricanes. On completing this course he was presented with his "Wings", having now flown 62 hours. His next posting was to No. 60 O.T.U. at East Fortune where he converted to B & P Defiants. "The Defiant was a very unpleasant aircraft to fly, very heavy and I did not like the idea of becoming a night fighter in this aircraft" said Michael. He was then posted to No. 153 Squadron in Northern Ireland; after only a few days the Squadron was disbanded and he was given a chance to convert to Beaufighters or stay on 'singles'. Michael requested training for Spitfires but was informed that there were no vacancies at that moment in time. He then asked if he could fly Lysanders being used to tow drogues. His request was granted and he flew Lysanders until January 1943 when his posting came through to 58 O.T.U. Grangemouth. He completed 50 hours on Spitfires and was posted to 602 (City of Glasgow) Squadron 124 Airfield, Lasham. Michael recalls, "Although we were operational, we were now in 2 nd T. A. F. and most of our flying was done in cooperation with the Army and Tank Cor. This involved continual very low flying and demanded very strict air flying discipline - this held me in good stead as time went on". In May 1943 the Squadron moved to 121 Airfield Fairlop where he flew his first operation over occupied Europe on a fighter sweep over Rouen, followed by an escort op. with Ventura bombers to Zeebruger; this was his first experience of enemy antiaircraft fire. Various escort and fighter sweeps followed. There followed a series of moves to various airfields in Sussex and Kent. In early 1944 the Squadron, then stationed at Ford, had bombs fitted to our aircraft for dropping on V1 launch sites. "We began our dive at about 10,000 feet and released our bomb at 5000 feet - a most unpleasant experience. This brought us into range from all kinds of anti-aircraft fire, but fortunately we suffered very few direct hits," Michael recalls. After completing over 120 operations Michael was posted "tour expired" by the Air Comm. and went on to become a Spitfire flying instructor. He was demobilised in November 1945.
Philips, George Christopher
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   Died : 7 / 3 / 1931
Philips, George Christopher

killed when his Wapiti IIA J9603,of 602 Sqn, based at Renfrew was in a Collision with Avro 504N H2975, near Port Glasgow AC2 Edward E Smith baled out
Phillips, R. F. P.
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Phillips, R. F. P.


Proctor, J.
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   Died : 18 / 4 / 1941
Proctor, J.

Killed April 18th 1941
Ritchie, T. G. F.
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   Died : 21 / 7 / 1941
Ritchie, T. G. F.

Killed July 21st 1941
Rose, Stuart Nigel
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Rose, Stuart Nigel

Originally from Elswick in the north east of England, Rose moved south to join the RAFVR in March 1939, called up at the outbreak of war he was commissioned in June 1940 joining No.602 Sqn in June 1940 flying Spitfires and serving with the unit throughout the Battle of Britain, claiming three victories. Squadron Leader Nigel Rose was then posted to 54 Sqn at Hornchurch in September 1941 before becoming an instructor in 1942, and also serving in the Middle East. Afterwards he moved to No.54 Sqn before taking on positions in training units.
Smith, W. B.
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Smith, W. B.


Sprague, M. H.
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   Died : 11 / 9 / 1940
Sprague, M. H.

Killed September 11th 1940
Sutherland, R A
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Sutherland, R A

On 18th June 1944, his Spitfire Mk.IX MH709 LO-R force land on a beach head at Normandy. He was ok and the aircraft was recovered.
Urie, J. D.
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Urie, J. D.

Flight Lieutenant J.Dulop Urie flew with No 602 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. On the 18th of August 1940 he was flying a brand new Spitfire (X4110) which was damaged beyond repair in combat. He landed the aircraft at Westhampnett, and suffered wounds to the legs.
Webb, Paul
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   Died : 10 / 7 / 2007
Webb, Paul

Joining 602 Squadron Aux AF L in Scotland in late 1937, Paul Webb was called up full time in August 1939. After initial skirmishes off the Scottish East Coast, 602 came south to Tangmere / Westhampnett. During the Battle of Britain he claimed a Bf110 destroyed on August 16th, on the 25th two more, on the 26th a He59, on September 7th a Bf10 and on the 9th a Do17. In 1941 he was the first Commanding Officer of 416 Squadron RCAF, which he led until 1942 when posted to the Middle East and then Malta. He served later in Italy and with the Balkan Air Force in Yugoslavia. He finished the war with 3 victories and 3 shared. He died 10th July 2007.
Whall, B. E. P.
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   Died : 7 / 10 / 1940
Whall, B. E. P.

Killed October 7th 1940
Whipps, G. A.
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   Died : 26 / 8 / 1941
Whipps, G. A.

Shot down by Me109 in Spitfire N3227 over Hailsham on 6th September 1940, but managed to bail out. Killed August 26th 1941.



Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
Harold Land
Historical Notes :
07-03-1931 - Avro 504N H2975, 602 Sqn, Renfrew Collision with Wapiti J9603, near Port Glasgow Plt Off Harold Land (24) killed (AAF)
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27-04-1942 - Joined No.457 Sqn
24-05-1942 - Joined No.602 Sqn
16-07-1942 - Joined No.416 Sqn
23-01-1943 - Damaged on operations.
03-02-1943 - Missing near Calais.
Pilots or Aircrew :
R W Badkin
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13-05-1942 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
16-07-1942 - Joined No.416 Sqn RCAF.
23-03-1943 - Joined No.411 Sqn RCAF.
03-04-1943 - Damaged on operations.
10-11-1943 - Joined No.322 Sqn.
18-11-1943 - Joined No.504 Sqn.
23-01-1944 - Now with No.129 Sqn, damaged in flying accident.
08-04-1944 - Joined No.186 Sqn.
18-04-1944 - Joined No.130 Sqn.
21-05-1944 - Shot down near Peronne. Sergeant R W Badkin taken prisoner.
Pilots or Aircrew :
O. E. Willis
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27-04-1942 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
08-06-1942 - Damaged on operations.
16-07-1942 - Joined No.416 Sqn.
24-07-1942 - Damaged on operations
05-11-1943 - Joined No.510 Sqn with code SD-W.
08-06-1945 - Damaged beyond repair after hit drogue cable during air to air firing. Subsequently struck off.
23-05-1944 - Damaged after being hit by flak near Bayeux. Flight Lieutenant O E Willis ok.
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23-07-1944 - Crashed into sea off Bolt Head after engine failure.
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E. W. Aries
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07-09-1940 - Damaged by Do17 and crashed near Wrotham. Pilot Officer Aries ok.
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16-08-1940 - Damaged by return fire from Stukas near Tangmere.
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23-09-1940 - Damaged.
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02-08-1940 - Landing accident at Drem, P/O Moody OK.
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23-07-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
Paul Webb
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09-09-1940 - Damaged by return fire from Do17s and crash landed at Crocker Hill, Boxgrove. Pilot Officer Webb injured.
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04-09-1940 - Damaged by Me109 off Beachy Head and force landed.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. W. Ramshaw
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04-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 and crashed at West Malling. Sergeant Ramshaw killed.
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06-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
R. Roberts
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15-08-1940 - Shot down nr Calais. P/O Roberts taken prisoner.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
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14-09-1940 - Crash landed at Hawarden.
Pilots or Aircrew :
P. J. Ferguson
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18-08-1940 - Damaged after crashing due to collision with high tension cables near Southampton. Flying Officer Ferguson ok.
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28-07-1940 - Wheels up landing at Digby. P/O Lund ok.
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01-10-1940 - Damaged in ground accident.
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25-09-1940 - Damaged after crash in flying accident.
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19-07-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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10-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
27-09-1940 - Damaged during night landing.
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18-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
B. E. P. Whall
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18-08-1940 - Shot down by Ju87 near Portsmouth. Sergeant Whall ok.
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11-09-1940 - Shot down by Me110 at 16.14hrs. Pilot Officer Rose injured.
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14-08-1943 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
12-05-1944 - Now with No.329 Sqn and code 5A-K, damaged during dive bombing mission near Bethune when a gasometer exploded. Sergeant C F X Mazo ok.
15-06-1944 - Joined 145 Wing.
03-07-1944 - Joined No.126 Sqn.
20-08-1944 - Damaged in flying accident.
12-10-1944 - Joined No.132 Sqn.
15-12-1944 - Joined No.451 Sqn RAAF.
15-04-1945 - Joined No.326 Sqn.
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06-10-1943 - Joined No.602 Sqn with code LO-R.
18-06-1944 - Force landed on beach head at Normandy. Squadron Leader R A Sutherland DFC ok.
04-07-1944 - Shot down by enemy fighters over Normandy. Flight Lieutenant Leonard Harry Chalice killed.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
C H Jenkins
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06-10-1943 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
07-01-1944 - Ran out of fuel while escorting bombers after encountering Fw190s, and ditched into sea 5 miles off Dungeness. Flight Sergeant C H Jenkins was rescued.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
J O Carpenter
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10-02-1944 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
21-05-1944 - Hit by flak and force landed in a field near Caudebec. Flight Lieutenant J O Carpenter successfully evaded capture.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
Maurice William Frith
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21-11-1943 - Joined No.412 Sqn RCAF.
10-05-1944 - Shot down by Fw190s of JG26 south of Neufchatel. Pilot Officer Maurice William Frith killed.
04-01-1944 - Damaged on operations.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
L. D. Kidd
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13-05-1944 - Damaged in flying accident.
06-06-1944 - Crash landed on a Normandy beach. Pilot Officer L D Kidd ok. Aircraft was salvaged.
30-08-1945 - Struck off.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
E. D. Kelly
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20-01-1944 - Joined No.421 Sqn.
09-06-1944 - Now with No.403 Sqn RCAF, damaged over Normandy when hit by naval anti-aircraft fire. Flying Officer E D Kelly injured.
29-06-1944 - Joined No.401 Sqn RCAF.
31-08-1944 - Joined No.442 Sqn RCAF.
28-09-1944 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
11-11-1944 - Flying with No.401 Sqn RCAF, damaged on operations.
17-05-1945 - Joined No.331 Sqn.
21-09-1945 - Transferred to Norwegian Air Froce with code A-AO.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
P. J. Davis-Cooke
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27-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Sevenoaks. Flying Officer Davis-Cooke killed.
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05-09-1940 - Shot down and force landed at Standford le Hope. Sergeant Carr Lewty ok.
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. E. Davies
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No.602 Sqn RAF
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24-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
H. W. Moody
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07-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Tunbridge Wells. Pilot Officer Moody killed.
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No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
M. H. Sprague
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25-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 into sea near Dorchester. Sergeant Sprague parachuted to safety.
Pilots or Aircrew :
G. A. Whipps
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06-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 over Hailsham. Sergeant Whipps parachuted to safety.
07-04-1940 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
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16-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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31-08-1940 - Damaged on operations and crash landed at Bilbury.
Pilots or Aircrew :
F. Hradil
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18-09-1940 - Force landed after engine failure. Pilot Officer Hradil ok.
Pilots or Aircrew :
M. H. Sprague
B. E. P. Whall
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09-09-1940 - Damaged by Do17. Sergeant Whall injured.
11-09-1940 - Shot down by Me110 over Sussex coast. Sergeant Sprague killed.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
F J Fox
Historical Notes :
10-06-1944 - Hit by American gunfire and crash landed in Normandy. The aircraft was written off, but Flight Sergeant F J Fox was uninjured.
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Pilots or Aircrew :
H. H. Chandler
P. Else
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09-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109.
Pilots or Aircrew :
W. H. Coverley
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25-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Dorchester. Flying Officer Coverely parachuted to safety.
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19-08-1940 - Shot down by Ju88 near Westhampnett.
Pilots or Aircrew :
E. A. Mould
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No.602 Sqn RAF
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01-08-1940 - Damaged after wing hit ground in night landing at Drem.
Pilots or Aircrew :
W. G. Silver
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16-08-1940 - Damaged by enemy at Tangmere.
25-09-1940 - Shot down near Portsmouth. Sergeant Silver killed.
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30-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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15-09-1940 - Damaged on landing.
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15-09-1940 - Damaged in combnat.
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02-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
Frank J. Howell
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25-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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06-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 over Hailsham, damaged.
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. W. Elcome
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07-09-1940 - Damaged by He111 and force landed at White Waltham.
30-09-1940 - Damaged by He111 and force landed at White Waltham.
Pilots or Aircrew :
F. K. Webster
Pilots or Aircrew :
M. M. Shand
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25-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109 and force landed at Manston. Pilot Officer Shand injured.
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. White
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07-09-1940 - Shot down by Me110. Sergeant White ok.
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Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
W M Shields
Historical Notes :
23-09-1941 - Joined No.501 Sqn.
03-05-1942 - Joined No.152 Sqn.
20-11-1942 - Joined No.421 Sqn.
03-02-1943 - Joined No.412 Sqn RCAF.
15-05-1943 - Joined No.602 Sqn.
15-12-1943 - Joined No.416 Sqn RCAF.
13-02-1944 - Joined No.186 Sqn.
18-04-1944 - Joined No.130 Sqn.
22-06-1944 - Shot down by American flak near St Lo. Flying Officer W M Shields ok.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
R. F. Hamlyn
C. A. Parsons
Historical Notes :
16-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
Frank J. Howell
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Damaged by Me110. Flight Lieutenant Howell safe.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. D. Urie
Historical Notes :
18-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 over Solent. Flight Lieutenant Urie was parachuted to safety but was injured.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
T. G. F. Ritchie
Historical Notes :
23-08-1940 - Collided with another Spitfire. Returned to Westhampnett. Pilot Officer Ritchie ok.
Pilots or Aircrew :
H. W. Moody
Historical Notes :
18-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Portsmouth. Pilot Officer Moody ok.
Historical Notes :
24-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Historical Notes :
26-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109. Pilot Officer MacLean injured.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
C. F. Babbage
Historical Notes :
26-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109 near Bognor Regis and abandoned at sea. Sergeant Babbage parachuted to safety.
Historical Notes :
22-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Folkestone. Sergeant Cork ok.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
H. W. Moody
Historical Notes :
07-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Biggin Hill. Pilot Officer H W Moody killed.
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. R. Sarre
Historical Notes :
04-09-1940 - Suffered engine failure and force landed. Sergeant Sarre ok.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Historical Notes :
25-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. H. Gage
Historical Notes :
27-09-1940 - Damaged after being shot down by Me109 near Mayfield. Pilot Officer Gage ok.
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.602 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
George Christopher Philips
Historical Notes :
07-03-1931 - Wapiti IIA J9603, 602 Sqn, Renfrew Collision with Avro 504N H2975, near Port Glasgow Plt Off George Christopher Philips killed (AAF) AC2 Edward E Smith baled out

Known Individual Aircraft of No.602 Sqn RAF :

Type

Serial

Codes

First Flew

Squadron History

Aircrew History

History Notes

Engine

Factory

Avro 504N

H2975

-

details

details

details

Armstrong Siddeley Lynx engine

Spitfire Vb

AA744

NK-N.

20/09/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AA757

LO-V

08/10/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AA846

27/09/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AA910

LO-A

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AA942

08/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

AA979

11/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AB133

GW-M

11/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AB185

25/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AB209

20/12/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AB370

31/12/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Spitfire VI

AB527

12/02/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AB780

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB781

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB782

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB794

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB797

AN-Z

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB844

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB845

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB846

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB849

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB851

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB861

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB862

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB866

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB916

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD124

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD185

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD189

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD191

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD236

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD241

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD251

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD256

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD266

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD290

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD362

LO-C

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD374

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD451

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD536

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AR280

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR281

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR293

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR344

GW-D

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR376

RF-B

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR396

FU-K

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR405

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR428

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR430

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR454

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR463

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR468

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR550

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vb

BL288

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL292

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL295

SK-D

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL304

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL334

GE-F

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL350

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL368

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL390

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL416

LO-I

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL418

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL437

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL439

JH-P

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL476

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL483

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL525

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL544

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL548

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL551

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL575

08/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL641

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL655

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL666

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL667

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL686

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL696

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL712

LO-X

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL718

AZ-T

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL725

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL727

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL734

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL759

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL763

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL780

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL787

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL822

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL830

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL862

GW-H

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL887

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL920

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL928

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL932

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL937

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL957

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL965

SD-X

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL971

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM113

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM114

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM124

LO-W

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM126

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM128

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM133

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM136

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM139

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM141

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM142

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM147

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM148

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM154

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM155

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM156

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM157

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM160

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM161

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM182

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM186

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM187

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM196

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM200

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM201

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM204

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM228

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM235

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM236

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM240

SK-U

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM245

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM292

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM302

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM310

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM325

24/03/1942

details

no information

details

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM355

25/03/1942

details

details

details

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM385

SD-W

-

details

details

details

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM402

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM426

07/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM451

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM456

09/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM457

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM469

11/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM487

13/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM493

LO-S

17/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM510

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM521

14/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM524

16/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM529

17/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM538

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM568

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM571

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM583

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM624

24/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM642

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM645

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM649

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vc

BP982

08/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Chattis Hill

Spitfire VI

BR252

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BR297

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BR298

25/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VcT

BR391

16/05/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

High Post

Spitfire VI

BR577

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BR979

25/06/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS141

19/08/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS146

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS436

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS437

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS442

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire VI

BS472

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 47

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vc

EE616

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE622

NN-T

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE627

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE631

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE637

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE638

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE643

SK-R

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE644

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE659

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE661

LZ-R
NN-V

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE665

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE666

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE681

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE682

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE686

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE687

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE714

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE717

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE720

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE721

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE722

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE730

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE747

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE769

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vb

EN765

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN768

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN840

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN841

-

details

no information

details

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN866

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN904

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN932

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN949

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP109

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP110

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP113

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP121

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP181

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP227

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP244

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP249

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP278

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP280

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP328

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP380

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP384

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP515

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP564

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP651

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP767

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Ia

K9825

AH-Z

09/12/1938

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9833

29/12/1938

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9839

-

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9876

23/02/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9881

28/02/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9890

28/01/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9892

08/03/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9899

13/03/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9910

23/03/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9933

15/04/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9955

01/05/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9961

08/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9962

04/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9963

04/05/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9964

SH-W

08/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9965

05/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9966

ZT-E

08/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9967

ZT-O

08/05/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9968

09/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9969

10/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9970

DW-V

10/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9971

11/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9972

11/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9973

12/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9974

12/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9975

DW-S

15/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9976

15/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9977

16/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9978

16/05/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9979

16/05/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9995

26/05/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1002

05/06/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1004

05/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1005

07/06/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1018

14/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1019

15/06/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1027

22/06/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1040

30/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1049

06/07/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1079

16/08/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire F21

LA193

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA198

JX-C
RAI-G

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA222

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA225

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA227

RAI-O

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA250

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA265

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA267

RAI-M

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA268

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA269

LO-H

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA275

RAI-H

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA283

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA315

RAI-K

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA319

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire F21

LA329

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

SM

Spitfire LFIX

MH456

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH479

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH482

5A-K

-

details

no information

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH488

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH492

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH504

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH508

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH512

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH526

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH708

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH709

LO-R

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH716

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH718

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH721

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH722

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH724

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH730

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH736

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH737

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH882

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MH972

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ132

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ147

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ153

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ239

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ276

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ286

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ294

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ303

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ305

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ339

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ398

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ441

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ457

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ471

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ522

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ528

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ586

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ605

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ848

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ873

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ884

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ951

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MJ981

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK144

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK191

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK230

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIXb

MK232

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK244

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK253

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK254

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK255

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK294

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK295

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK350

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK366

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK464

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK612

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK614

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK624

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK630

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK729

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK736

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK775

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK793

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK841

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK991

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

MK999

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML177

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML205

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML208

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML244

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML252

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML262

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML264

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML265

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML270

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML307

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML370

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML374

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML381

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

ML414

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire XIV

MV253

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3068

10/10/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3098

17/10/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3109

23/10/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3119

28/10/1939

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3164

07/11/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3165

07/11/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3166

08/11/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3190

23/11/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3198

28/11/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3226

04/12/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3227

05/12/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3228

06/12/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3236

11/12/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3242

14/12/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3249

GR-P
QJ-P

21/12/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3265

GR-T

22/12/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3270

LZ-F

01/01/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3282

09/01/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire LFIX

NH150

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH171

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH203

-

details

details

details

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH345

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH359

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH366

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH380

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH401

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH470

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH537

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH549

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH556

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH588

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFIX

NH591

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 66

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire XVIII

NH849

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire IIa

P7297

MN-A

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7308

ZR-D

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7502