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No.610 Sqn RAF - Squadron Details - Aviation Directory

No.610 Sqn RAF


Name : No.610 Sqn RAF
Founded : 10th February 1936
Disbanded : 10th March 1957
Country : UK
Fate : Disbanded 10th March 1957
More Details : County of Chester (Auxiliary)

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Known Code Letters : , DW, JE,

610 squadron was formed AT Hooton Park, Wirral in Cheshire on 10 February 1936 as one of the Auxiliary Air Force squadrons equipped with the light bomber the Hawker Hart. In May 1938 610 Squadron aircraft were upgraded to the new Hawker Hind. On 1 January 1939 the squadron role was changed into that of a fighter squadron, and on the outbreak of war in September 1939, he Squadron began receiving the new Hawker Hurricane. By the end of that same month it was flying the Supermarine Spitfire. During the Battle of Britain 610 Squadron was attached to No. 3 Group and was initially based at RAF Gravesend but moved to Biggin Hill before the German offensive began and was one of the units bearing the brunt of German attacks. It moved to RAF Acklington for the rest and recuperation at the end of August, having sustained severe casualties. During the Battle of Britain the squadron included Pilot Officer, later Squadron Leader, Constantine Pegge. In 1941, the squadron moved south to RAF Tangmere where it became part of the Tangmere wing, a three squadron wing under the command of Douglas Bader. 610 Squadron remained based in the UK until 1945, when it moved to the continent to provide fighter cover as the allies entered Germany. 610 Squadron was disbanded before the end of the war at RAF Warmwell in March 1945.

Known Service Details :

Pilot or Aircrew

Rank

Start of Service

End of Service

Known Dates

Aircraft

Airframes

Notes

E. S. Aldous

Pilot Officer

27th July 1940

unknown

Spitfire

Pilot Officer E.S.Aldous joined No 610 Squadron on the 27th of July 1940. Pilot Officer Aldous destroyed a He 111 on the 30th of August 1940 .

Stanley John Arnfield

Sergeant

unknown

unknown

15th August 1940
24th August 1940

Spitfire

R6686

A. C. Baker

Sergeant

27th July 1940

unknown

24th August 1940

Robert Beardsley

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

Bernard Walter Brown

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

L. R. Carter

unknown

unknown

H. H. Chandler

Sergeant

April 1940

unknown

B T Colgan

Flying Officer

unknown

28th May 1944

Spitfire

RB175

Taken prisoner.

William James Corbin

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

D. F. Corfe

Sergeant

25th July 1940

unknown

15th August 1940

Spitfire

I. H. Cosby

unknown

unknown

Spitfire

K. H. Cox

Pilot Officer

unknown

unknown

15th August 1940

Spitfire

Dennis Crowley-Milling

unknown

unknown

David Denchfield

unknown

February 1941

Spitfire

Taken prisoner.

G. G. F. Draper

unknown

unknown

Hugh Dundas

unknown

unknown

J. H. M. Ellis

Squadron Leader

unknown

unknown

26th July 1940

P. Else

Sergeant

unknown

unknown

26th August 1940

Spitfire

P9496

F. T. Gardiner

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

25th August 1940

Spitfire

K9931

B. G. D. Gardner

Sergeant

27th July 1940

unknown

12th August 1940

R. F. Hamlyn

Sergeant

6th June 1940

unknown

Spitfire

Johnnie Johnson

unknown

unknown

July 1942

G. Keighley

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

20th July 1940

Spitfire

N3201

P. G. Lamb

Flight Officer

1938

unknown

J. G. Lecky

Pilot Officer

unknown

unknown

P. Litchfield

Pilot Officer

unknown

18th July 1940

Spitfire

P9452

Killed in Action

Ian R MacLennan

February 1942

unknown

E. Manton

Sergeant

unknown

29th August 1940

Spitfire

Killed in Action

C. Merrick

Pilot Officer

July 1940

unknown

24th August 1940

Spitfire

L1037
X4166

W. J. Neville

Sergeant

unknown

11th August 1940

Spitfire

R6630

Killed in Action

S. C. Norris

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

Hugh Harold Percy

Flying Officer

unknown

22nd May 1944

Spitfire

RB162

Killed in Action

H R G Poulton

unknown

unknown

N. H. D. Ramsay

Sergeant

June 1940

unknown

B. V. Rees

Flight Officer

unknown

unknown

18th August 1940

A. T. Smith

Squadron Leader

unknown

25th July 1940

Spitfire

R6693

Killed in Action

E. B. B. Smith

Flight Lieutenant

unknown

unknown

12th August 1940

Spitfire

K9818

J. H. Tanner

Flight Sergeant

unknown

11th August 1940

Spitfire

R6918

Killed in Action

Wallace

unknown

unknown

T. Y. Wallace

unknown

unknown

W. H. C. Warner

Flight Lieutenant

unknown

unknown

15th August 1940

Spitfire

P. I. Watson-Parker

Sergeant

unknown

13th July 1940

Spitfire

R6807

Killed in Action

F. K. Webster

Pilot Officer

26th July 1940

26th August 1940

Spitfire

R6965

Killed in Action

P. H. Willcocks

27th July 1940

unknown

D. S. Wilson

Flight Lieutenant

unknown

unknown

Pilots and Aircrew for : No.610 Sqn RAF
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Aldous, E. S.
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   Died : 16 / 10 / 1941
Aldous, E. S.

Pilot Officer E.S.Aldous joined No 610 Squadron on the 27th of July 1940. Pilot Officer Aldous destroyed a He 111 on the 30th of August 1940 . He moved to No 41 Squadron in September and on the 28th of the month force landed his Spitfire I (X4345) after combat over Charing at 10:40hrs. E.S.Aldous was K.I.A. on the 16th of October 1941 in a Hurricane II b (Z3028) of No 615 Squadron, aged 23.
Aldridge, F. J.
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Aldridge, F. J.


Arnfield, Stanley John
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   Died : 24 / 9 / 1954
Arnfield, Stanley John

Sergeant S.J. Arnfield Stanley John Arnfield was born on 3rd October 1913 and was initially educated in India before going to the Royal Masonic School at Bushey, Hertfordshire. He joined the RAF as an aircraft apprentice in January 1930, passing out as a Fitter of Aero Engines in December 1932. By 1933 he was based at Abingdon with the rank of Leading Aircraftman, he was then posted to Quetta in India in 1935 where he helped with the earthquake tragedy that struck Baluchistan at that time. (It is estimated that between 30-60,000 people died when a force of 7.7 Mw was recorded). During 1936-37 he was involved in assorted supply drops and minor bombing. In June 1938 he began flying Westland Wallace aircraft and carried out a variety of bombing exercises. He had his first flight in a Hurricane on 30th September 1938 and then transferred to 610 Squadron shortly afterwards, flying Spitfires. During 1939 he trained intensively on this aircraft. On the 26th January 1940 flying Spitfire L1006 force landed in the region of ten to twelve miles north of Driffield after he became lost and eventually ran low on fuel. The aircraft was repaired but may infact have landed with the wheels down and have suffered very little damage. Arnfield returned to his home airfield by train. On 31st May, patrolling over Dunkirk, he claimed a Me109 destroyed. This was followed On 12/06/40 a He111 of Wekusta 51 flown by Oblt Gerd Nissen, the Staffelkapitän, was shot down off Margate. Attacked at 0700 by two Spitfires from 610 Squadron flown by Flt Lt John Ellis (P9451/DW-M) and Sgt Stanley Arnfield (P9495 DW-K) the crippled reconnaissance machine then ditched a few miles offshore. Three of the crew managed to get out before the aircraft sank but two others – Uffz Franz Bolinski and Uffz Willi Stiegelmeier – were lost. However, one of the survivors – Reg. Rat. Dr Hermann Freudenberg, a weather specialist – drowned before help arrived in the form of the fishing boat Golden Spray. Arnfield flew continuously through June and July and was shot up by Me109’s in Spitfire R6621 over Dover on 12th August. The aircraft was written off after he brought it back. In another aircraft he claimed Me109’s destroyed on 15th and 16th August followed by a further two on the 18th. Sgt. Arnfield’s luck ran out six days later on the 24th when in combat over Hawkinge in Spitfire R6686. He was shot down by Hptm. Foezoe of 4/JG51 but managed to bale out, his aircraft crashing in flames at Hammil, near Eastry. He broke his ankle on landing and was admitted to Victoria Hospital at Deal. He was recovering for some time and this may explain the failure to award him a DFM, which normally would have been the due of someone with six confirmed victories. By December 1940 Arnfield had returned to flying duties, serving as an instructor with the Commonwealth Flying Training Scheme in Canada. He had been commissioned as a Pilot Officer on 26th July 1941 and promoted to Flying Officer exactly a year later. In September 1943 Arnfield, now a Flight Lieutenant, made the transition to bombers, training on Wellingtons and progressing to operations on Lancasters with 166 Squadron. His first sortie was Berlin on 16th December 1943, followed by many others including Stettin, Brunswick, Leipzig and Stuttgart. His last sortie was on 22nd April 1944 to Dusseldorf LAC Arnfield returned to the UK in the summer of 1937 and applied for piot training. He was accepted and commenced flight training at the Perth Flying Club, flying in Tiger Moths. By November 1937 Sgt. Arnfield had transferred to 7 FTS at Peterborough. Arnfield returned to training duties and continued in this role until the end of the war. He retired from the RAF on 12th February 1951 as a Flight Lieutenant in the Secretarial Branch, retaining the rank of Squadron Leader. He died of a heart attack on 24th September 1954.
Bacon, C. H.
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   Died : 30 / 9 / 1940
Bacon, C. H.

Killed September 30th 1940
Baker, A. C.
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   Died : 0 / 0 / 1978
Baker, A. C.

Passed away, 1978.
Bamberger, Cyril Bam
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   Died : 3 / 2 / 2008
Bamberger, Cyril Bam

Born in Port Sunlight on May 4th 1919, Cyril Bamberger won an electrical engineering apprenticeship at Lever Brothers in 1934. He joined 610 Squadron AuxAF, in 1936 on the ground staff. Accepted for pilot training with the RAF VR in late 1938, he soloed in mid 1939. Bamberger was called up at the outbreak of war and on the 23rd October 1939 was posted to No 8 EFTS, Woodley and later went to 9 FTS, Hullavington to complete his training. He rejoined 610 (F) Squadron at Biggin Hill on July 27th but with no experience on Spitfires, he was sent to Hawarden for three weeks. Back with 610 (F) Squadron, Bamberger claimed a probable Bf109 on August 28th 1940. He was posted to 41 (F) Squadron at Hornchurch, Essex, September 17th and on October 5th he claimed a Bf109 destroyed. After volunteering for Malta, Bamberger left 41 (F) Squadron in mid-October 1940. He sailed from Glasgow on the Aircraft Carrier HMS Argus. Luckily for him, he did not fly off for Malta with the twelve Hurricanes ad two navigating Skuas which did. Only five of the fourteen aircraft reached their destination. Bamberger eventually reached Malta on November 28th on the destroyer HMS Hotspur, and on arrival he joined 261 Squadron. On January 18th 1941 he destroyed a Junkers JU87 Stuka and another the following day. 261 Squadron was dispended on May 21st 1941. Bamberger moved on the 12th to the newly formed 185 (F) Squadron at Hal Far. He was posted back to England on June 12th and was sent to Central Gunnery School at Sutton Bridge. Commissioned in February 1942, he was posted to Northern Ireland as a Gunnery Officer with the Americans who were converting to Spitfires. In March 1943 Bamberger volunteered for North Africa where he joined 93 Squadron at Hal Far, Malta in May. On July 13th operating over Sicily, he shot down a Junkers JU87 Stuka. In August Bamberger joined 243 Squadron in Sicily as a Flight Commander. He was awarded the DFC (28.09.43). On October 16th Bamberger damaged a Bf109, his first success after 243 crossed into Italy. On May 25th 1944 he claimed a Bf109 destroyed and on June 15th a Macci 202 damaged. Bamberger came off operations in July for medical reasons returning to the UK. He was sent on an instructors course and in early 1945 was posted to the Gunnery School at Catfoss. Awarded a bar to his DFC (14.11.44). Bamberger received it from the King at Buckingham Palace on July 3rd 1945. Released in 1946, Bamberger returned to Lever Brothers and rejoined 610 Squadron at Hooten Park, becoming its CO in 1950. When the Korean crisis came, he was recalled to the RAF. In February 1951 he was granted a permanent commission and in May 1952 moved to an Intelligence Unit, assessing strike capabilities of the Chinese and Koreans. Bamberger retired on January 29th 1959 as a Squadron Leader, and became managing director of a small packaging materials company – he started in 1954. On retirement he had an antique shop in Hampshire. Sadly, Cyril Bamberger passed away on 3rd February 2008.
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.
Beardsley, Robert
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Beardsley, Robert

Pilot Officer Robert A.Beardsley flew with Spitfire's in No 610 Squadron and No 41 Squadron's during the Battle of Britain. He attacked a Do 17 and a Bf 109 on 30th September 1940 he became the prey. Six Bf 109's chased him and shot up his Spitfire with machine gun and cannon fire, Pilot Officer Beardsley managed to land at Hawkinge and jumped clear whilst the aircraft was still rolling to a halt well alight with the airfield tender giving chase.
Brown, B. W.
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Brown, B. W.


Brown, Bernard Walter
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   Died : 23 / 1 / 2017
Brown, Bernard Walter

Flight Lieutenant Bernard Walter Brown was accepted for a short service commission in 1938, and after being accepted arrived in England in September, training at 5 E&RFTS, Hanworth and in late January 1939 he was posted to 5FTS, Sealand. He then went to No 1 School of Army Co-Operation at Old Sarum for a course on Lysanders in August 1939, and soon after joined 613 Squadron. Bernard Walker Brown was flying one of six Hectors detailed to dive-bomb gun emplacements near Calais. On the way to the target, he test-fired his forward gun but a fault caused the muzzle attachment to fly off, penetrate the fuselage and hole the main fuel tank. He jettisoned his bombs and turned back and make a forced-landing. In August 1940 he volunteered for Fighter Command, converting to Spitfires. He joined 610 Squadron at Biggin Hill. In late September he went to 72 Squadron, but on the 23rd was shot down by a Bf 109. He bailed out of the aircraft, badly wounded. Returning to active duty in November 1940, he was posted to 8FTS, Montrose for an instructor's course, after which he went to Rhodesia, subsequently instructing at Cumalo. In 1943, he trained with Transport Command, becoming a ferry pilot. He flew between the United Kingdom and the Middle East. He transferred to the RNZAF in January 1944 and by the end of the year was flying Halifaxes. He was released in 1945 to fly Dakotas with BOAC and later joined BEA, flying with the airline until his retirement in 1972.
Carter, L. R.
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   Died : 6 / 7 / 1941
Carter, L. R.

Sergeant L.R.Carter of No 41 Squadron collided with Flight Officer D.H.O'Niel in another Spitfire I (X4052) whilst climbing to engage some Bf 109's on the 11th of October 1940. He baled out of his Spitfire I (X4554).
Chandler, H. H.
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Chandler, H. H.

Sergeant H.H.Chandler was a non-flying member of No 610 Squadron before the war. He qualified as a Sergeant-Pilot for the war and rejoined No 610 Squadron in April 1940. He was awarded the D.F.M. on the 22nd of October 1940, with six enemy aircraft destroyed at that time, and also the A.F.C. on the 2nd of April 1943.
Clarke, H. R.
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Clarke, H. R.


Colgan, B T
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Colgan, B T

Taken prisoner on 28th May 1944 after his Spitfire Mk.XIV RB175 of No.610 Sqn was hit by flak from a train and crash landed near Lamballe.
Cooper, J. E.
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   Died : 9 / 9 / 1941
Cooper, J. E.

Killed September 9th 1941
Cooper, R.N.
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   Died : 28 / 10 / 1945
Cooper, R.N.

Killed October 28th 1945
Corbin, William James
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   Died : 8 / 12 / 2012
Corbin, William James

Already a member of the RAFVR, William Corbin was called up for active duty in September 1939. Following training and conversion to Spitfires, in September 1940 he was posted as a Sergeant Pilot to join 66 Squadron at Coltishall. With the exception of a few weeks spent with 610 Squadron he remained with 66 Squadron until September 1941. Commissioned in June 1942, he returned to combat flying in September, joining 72 Squadron with whom he went to North Africa. Here he shared in a probable Me109 and damaged another, and in August 1943 was awarded the DFC. Corbin arrived on No 66 Squadron as it moved south to Surrey in late August 1940, as the Battle was reaching its climax. Because he had so little experience, he was dispatched by his CO to the north of England for a few weeks’ extra training before returning to No 66, which had moved to Gravesend. During the final month of the Battle, Corbin was in action over his native Kent. As the Battle of Britain was drawing to a close, Corbin’s CO, Squadron Leader Athol Forbes, decided that 10 of his pilots should record their impressions of the great air battle while memories were fresh. He chose a cross-section of officers and sergeants from different backgrounds and with different experiences – Corbin was one of them. In between flying on operations, the 10 scribbled down their thoughts. Corbin contributed the third chapter of their classic book Ten Fighter Boys, which was published by Collins in 1942 – and by which time five had perished. The book was reissued in 2008. In 2007 Corbin decided to complete his story, publishing his own book, Last of the Ten Fighter Boys. In the New Year of 1941, Fighter Command went on the offensive, carrying out sweeps over northern France. Corbin’s Spitfire was hit by anti-aircraft fire and damaged over Calais, but he managed to return safely to base. During a strafing attack against an airfield on the Brest Peninsula, Corbin and his leader damaged a number of aircraft on the ground. In June 1941 he attacked a Heinkel bomber which was returning from an attack on Liverpool and probably destroyed it; a month later he shot down a Messerschmitt Bf 109 while escorting a force of Blenheim bombers over the Dutch coast. After a year of almost continuous operations, he was rested and became an instructor at a fighter training unit. William James Corbin was born at Maidstone on August 5 1917 and educated in the town at St Michael’s School. He trained as a teacher, and in April 1939 joined the RAFVR . He was called up on the outbreak of war . ADVERTISING After his spell as an instructor, Corbin was commissioned and joined a Spitfire squadron sent to North Africa in support of Operation Torch, the Allied landings in Algeria and Morocco in November 1942. He saw a great deal of action with No 72 Squadron as the Allied armies moved eastwards towards Tunis, shooting down a Bf 109 (with another probable) and damaging at least three more fighters. He was also engaged on many sweeps shooting up motor transports and aircraft on the ground. During these operations, the Spitfires faced intense enemy ground fire, and Corbin recorded in his diary that he felt “a little shaky at times”. As the Allies closed on Tunis, he attacked a motor torpedo boat – which exploded from the concentrated fire from his cannons; he also damaged two others. A few days later the war in North Africa was over and, after 450 hours’ operational flying, Corbin was rested and returned to Britain to be a gunnery instructor. He was awarded a DFC. At the end of the war, Corbin left the RAF and returned to Maidstone, where he took up a teaching post. He joined the RAF Reserve and enjoyed flying Tiger Moths and Chipmunks at weekends until the Force was disbanded in 1955. He received the Air Efficiency Award. After 10 years teaching at Collier Road School, Corbin joined the staff of Maidstone Technical School, retiring as a senior master in 1980
Corfe, D. F.
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   Died : 25 / 4 / 1942
Corfe, D. F.

Sergeant D.F.Corfe flew with No 610 Squadron, No 73 Squadron and No 66 Squadron. He shot down a Bf 109 on the 14th of August 1940. On the 22nd of August his Spitfire (R6695 'P') was written off when he crashed at Hawkinge after combat. Corfe moved to No 66 Squadron where he was shot down again and injured on the 18th of September 1940 while on patrol, his Spitfire (R6603) was written off in the crash following combat over Canterbury. The aircraft crashed at Petham, Kent. D.F.Corfe was killed in action on the 25th of April 1942.
Cosby, I. H.
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Cosby, I. H.

Flight Lieutenant Ivor Henry Cosby was with No 72 Squadron and No 610 Squadron flying Spitfire's during the Battle of Britain.
Cox, K. H.
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   Died : 28 / 8 / 1940
Cox, K. H.

Pilot Officer K.H.Cox joined No 610 Squadron on the 27th of July 1940. Cox was killed when he was shot down in his Spitfire I (P9511) on the 28th of August 1940 over Dover, aged 24.
Cranwell, E. W.
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Cranwell, E. W.


Crowley-Milling, Dennis
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   Died : 0 / 0 / 1996
Crowley-Milling, Dennis

He joined the RAFVR in 1937 as a Sgt, joining 615 squadron in France. During the Battle of Britain he was posted to 242 squadron and after winning a DFC joined 610 squadron as a Flight Commander in 1942. But, on 21st August he was shot down over France, evading capture and with the help of the resistance reached Spain, where he was interned for three months. After reaching England he rejoined 610 squadron and in 1942 was awarded his second DFC for operation on Typhoons. In 1943 he went to the USAAF Headquarters in England co-ordinating fighter operations with US heavy bomber raids. Af ter the war he stayed in the R.A.F. and had a very successful career, rising to the rank Air Marshal. He died in late 1996.
Davies, A. E.
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   Died : 30 / 10 / 1940
Davies, A. E.

Pilot Officer A.E.Davies of No 222 Squadron was killed in action after he was shot down over Sussex on the 30th of October 1940.
Davis-Cooke, P. J.
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   Died : 27 / 9 / 1940
Davis-Cooke, P. J.

Killed September 27th 1940
Denchfield, David
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   Died : 5 / 12 / 2012
Denchfield, David

Called up in 1939 he converted to Spitfires and joined 610 Squadron at Acklington in the Battle of Britain. On a Blenheim escort to St Omer in February 1941 his aircraft was hit and, having baled out at 5,000 feet, he was captured by the Germans. He spent time in several POW camps, including Stalg Luft III, and at the end of the war in May 1945 flew back to the UK in a Lancaster of 617 Squadron.
Denchfield, H. D.
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Denchfield, H. D.


Derever, Nigel
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Derever, Nigel

Joining the RAF on a short service commission in May 1939, he was sent to 98 Sqn upon completion of his training. At the height of the Battle of Britain in September 1940 he then joined 610 Sqn on Spitfires before later being shot down over France in 1942 and spending time as a PoW in several camps including Stalag Luft III.
Douglas, W. A.
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Douglas, W. A.


Draper, G. G. F.
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   Died : 0 / 0 / 1997
Draper, G. G. F.

Pilot Officer G.G.F.Draper flew with No 610 Squadron and No 41 Squadron. He was injured after a combat over Ashford, Kent on the 30th of October 1940. His Spitfire II (P7282) was a written off. Draper later became a prisoner of war on the 7th of August 1941 when his Spitfire Vb (W3635) was shot down near Lille, France on a fighter sweep and he baled out safely.
Drever, N. G.
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Drever, N. G.


Dundas, Hugh
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   Died : 10 / 7 / 1995
Dundas, Hugh

Hugh Dundas, a pre-war member of the Royal Auxiliary Air Force, was called up early in the war, serving with 616 Squadron. After a promising start as a fighter pilot, Dundas was shot down and injured during the Battle of Britain, but quickly returned to his squadron which in early 1941 was at Tangmere and came under the command of Wing Commander Douglas Bader. Dundas became one of the leading members of that Wing and frequently flew with Bader, gradually building his reputation as a fighter pilot and tactician. After receiving the DFC, Dundas became Flight Commander in 610 Squadron. December 1941 brought another promotion as commanding officer of 56 Squadron, the first in the RAF to be converted to Typhoons. Posted to the Mediterranean in 1943, he led 244 Spitfire Wing from Malta and later Italy. In 1944, Dundas was awarded the DSO and became one of the youngest Group Captains in the RAF. For some years after the war, Dundas served once more with the RAuxAF during which time he became CO of 601 Squadron. Cocky Dundas flew Spitfires with 616 Sqn during some of the heaviest air fighting of the Battle of Britain. With several victories to his name he was shot down on August 22nd and wounded. Later this distinguished pilot flew in Douglas Baders famous Tangmere Wing, and subsequently commanded successively Typhoon and Spitfire Wings.

Sir Hugh Dundas (22 Jul 1920 - 10 Jul 1995) Served with 616 sqd 1939 - 1941, 56 sqd 1941 to 1942, 324 wing north Africa, Sicily and the first wing to move to Italy 1943 - 1944, 240 wing 1944 - 1945 in Italy.

Else, P.
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Else, P.

Sergeant P.Else of No 610 Squadron baled out of his Spitfire I (P9496) and was wounded on the 26th of August 1940. His Spitfire crashed at Paddlesworth.
Fenwick, C. R.
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Fenwick, C. R.


Gardiner, F. T.
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Gardiner, F. T.

Flight Officer F.T.Gardiner joined No 610 Squadron in July 1940. He was wounded in the arm on the July 25th 1940 over the Channel but managed to safely land his aircraft. On the August 25th 1940 he baled out of his Spitfire I (K9931) after combat near Dover. He suffered slight wounds. Gardiner was awarded the D.F.C. on the 10th of March 1944.
Gardner, B. G. D.
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   Died : 28 / 6 / 1941
Gardner, B. G. D.

Sergeant B.G.D.Gardner joined No 610 Squadron on the July 27th 1940. Gardner scored three victories on the 12th of August and another on the 14th of August, though he was wounded in the arm.
Gaze, Tony
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Gaze, Tony

Australian Tony Gaze joined Bader at Tangmere in March 1941 flying with 610 Sqn, scoring several victories during the high summer of that famous year. In 1942 he was posted to 610 Sqn and then commanded 64 Sqn. In Sept 1943 he joined 66 Sqn but was shot down. Evading capture he escaped back to England. In July 1944 he flew again with 610 Sqn then 41 Sqn. In the final days of the war he flew meteor jets with 616 Sqn. Tony Gaze finished the war an Ace with 11 and 3 shared destroyed, 4 probable and one V. He was awarded the DFC with 2 bars.
Gray, D. McI.
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   Died : 5 / 11 / 1940
Gray, D. McI.

Killed in flying accident November 5th 1940
Hamlyn, R. F.
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Hamlyn, R. F.

Sergeant Ronnie F.Hamlyn joined No 610 Squadron on the 6th of June 1940 he was 23 years old. Hamlyn was awarded the D.F.M. on the 13th of September 1940 and the A.F.C. on the 1st of January 1943. He rose to the rank of Wing Commander.
Horner, F. G.
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Horner, F. G.


Johnson, Johnnie
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   Died : 30 / 1 / 2001
Johnson, Johnnie

Johnnie Johnson joined 92 Spitfire squadron in August 1940, but it was with 616 squadron that he scored his first victory on June 26th 1941 while flying with Douglas Baders Tangmere Wing. He was squadron leader of 610 squadron in July 1942, but it was as Wing Commander of the Kenley Wing in 1943 that his scores really started to mount. He was W/C of 144 wing during D-Day and led 127 and 125 wings until the end of the war when we has the topscoring allied fighter pilot with 38 air victories. Inspired by the great British WW 1 aces like Bishop and Ball, Johnnie Johnson dreamed often as a child of becoming an R.A.F. pilot. The young Johnson enthusiastically joined the Volunteer Reserve at the first opportunity. After completing his initial flight training Johnson was posted to 616 Squadron at Kenley. However, this Squadron had been hit hard with the loss of six pilots and five wounded, and the unit was withdrawn to Coltishall prior to Johnson encountering combat. With only 12 hours of flight time in a Spitfire this was no doubt advantageous. In February 1941 Billy Burton moved the Squadron to Tangmere. Douglas Bader then arrived to take over the Tangmere Wing, and fly with the 616 Squadron. Johnnie, Alan Smith and Cocky Dundas were chosen to fly with Bader. During the summer of 1941 the Battle of Britain was at its peak. Bader took the time to instruct Johnson carefully in both the art of flying and the skills necessary to attain success in aerial combat. Bader's idea of an afternoon off duty, according to Johnson, was to take his section over the Channel in hopes of running into Adolph Galland and his Abbeyville Boys. On August 19, 1941 Bader failed to return from a mission when 616 Squadron was hit hard by a group of Messerschmitt 109s. Johnson flew on in Baders absence, and in the summer of 1942 he was promoted to command of the 610 Squadron. In 1943 he was promoted again to Wing Commander of the Canadian Spitfire Wing in Kenley. By that time Johnson had attained eight confirmed victories. During the spring and summer of 1943 Johnnie led the Canadian unit on more than 140 missions over Northwest Europe. Johnsons squadron attained more than 100 victories during this period, and Johnnies own personal score rose to 25. After a short leave, Johnson was posted to lead the 144 Canadian Spitfire Wing. On D-Day Johnson led his Wing on four missions in support of the Allied invasion. On June 8, Johnsons Wing was the first Spitfire group to land in newly liberated France. Johnson continued fighting in France through September 1944 when he achieved his 38th and final victory. Patrolling the Rhine Johnsons unit jumped nine 109s which were flying beneath them in the opposite direction. Five of the 109s were downed. Early in 1945 Johnson was promoted to Group Captain and put in command of the 125 Wing, which was equipped with the Spitfire XIV. Flying from former Luftwaffe airfields the 125 Wing assisted in the final Allied push to Berlin. Johnson attributed much of his aerial combat success to his ability to make tight turning maneuvers. Johnsons tightest call came on August 19, 1942 when he was unable to dislodge an Me-109 from his tail during the raid on Diepppe. Johnson raced his Spitfire flat out at a group of Royal Navy ships. The usual barrage of flak and tracer fire came right at him, and fortunately for the ace, missed his Spitfire but effectively eliminated the brave pilot on his tail. During the Korean War Johnson flew fighter-bombers with the USAF. Following his retirement from the R.A.F. in 1966 Johnson founded the Johnnie Johnson Housing Trust that has provided homes for more than 4000 disabled and elderly persons, and his sixth book Winged Victory was published in 1995. Johnson flew many of the Spitfire models. His favorite was the beautiful Mark IX, the best of them all. Johnnie passed away in 2001 at the age of 85, in Derbyshire, England.
Keighley, G.
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Keighley, G.

Flight Officer G.Keighley was a former pre-war member of No 610 Squadron, he rejoined them in May 1940. On the last day of May he was shot down by defensive gunfire from a Dornier 215 and baled out of his Spitfire into the Channel. Keighley was picked up by a trawler then transferred to Naval pinnacle. He baled out again on the 20th of July 1940 when his tail was shot off by Oberfeldwebel Schmid of I Gruppe of JG 51 .The Spitfire (N3201) he was flying crashed at Wootton, Kent at 18:30hrs. Keighley was wounded.
Kirkwood, M. T.
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   Died : 8 / 11 / 1940
Kirkwood, M. T.

Missing November 8th 1940**
Lamb, P. G.
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Lamb, P. G.

Flight Officer P.G.Lamb had been a member of No 610 Squadron since 1938. Lamb was awarded the A.F.C. on the 26th of October 1943.
Lecky, J. G.
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   Died : 11 / 10 / 1940
Lecky, J. G.

Pilot Officer J.G.Lecky flew with No 610 Squadron and No 41 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. He died after bailing out of his Spitfire I (P9447) on October 11th 1940 during combat near Maidstone, Kent.
Litchfield, P.
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   Died : 18 / 7 / 1940
Litchfield, P.

Pilot Officer P.Litchfield from No 610 Squadron was on patrol on July 18th 1940 in a Spitfire I (P9452) when he was shot down North of Calias and killed.
MacLennan, Ian R
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MacLennan, Ian R

Canadian Ian Maclennan joined the RCAF in October 1940, arriving in England in August 1941. He joined 610 Squadron in February 1942, then 401 Sqn, where he destroyed an Fw190. Posted to Malta, he flew his Spitfire off HMS Eagle on 9th June, and shortly after transferred to 1435 Flight. On Malta he claimed 7 victories and was awarded the DFM. He was commissioned, becoming a flight commander in November. In December he returned to England. In February 1944 he joined 433 Squadron as a flight commander. On 7th June his Spitfire Mk.IX MH850 2I-H was hit by ground fire whilst covering the Normandy beaches, crash landed west of Cabourg, and he was taken prisoner.
Manton, E.
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   Died : 29 / 8 / 1940
Manton, E.

Sergeant E.Manton of No 610 Squadron was shot down on August 29th in his Spitfire I over Mayfield and killed.
Merrick, C.
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Merrick, C.

Pilot Officer C.Merrick joined No 610 Squadron on July 27th 1940. Merrick was injured when his Spitfire I (L1037) was shot down on August 24th 1940 and he crash landed at Fyfield. He didn't fly again during the Battle. Merrick was awarded the D.F.C. on July 14th 1944. He was a pilot of a paratrooper transport in the Caen area of Normandy on the night of the 5th of June 1944. He was awared the Bronze Star (US) on October 30th 1945 for his part in this mission.
Murray, J.
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   Died : 3 / 4 / 1943
Murray, J.

Killed April 3rd 1943**
Neville, W. J.
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   Died : 11 / 8 / 1940
Neville, W. J.

Sergeant W.J.Neville joined No 610 Squadron on July 27th 1940. Neville force-landed in a marsh on the 8th of August 1940, overturning his aircraft, but he escaped unhurt. Following a patrol off Calais in his Spitfire I (R6630) on August 11th 1940 he was reported missing, he was aged 26.
Norris, S. C.
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Norris, S. C.

Flight Officer S.C.Norris of No 610 Squadron was awarded the D.F.C. on September 24th 1940 and a Bar May 23rd 1944.
Page, V. D.
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Page, V. D.


Parsons, C. A.
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   Died : 8 / 11 / 1941
Parsons, C. A.

Killed November 8th 1941**
Payne, A. D.
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Payne, A. D.


Pegge, C. O. J.
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   Died : 9 / 5 / 1950
Pegge, C. O. J.

Passed away 9th May 1950.

Combat Report – 12th August 1940, F/O C. O. J. Pegge, 610 Squadron. Spitfire Mk.Ia, P9433 ‘DW-E’

On the 12th of August 1940 I was No.3 of Yellow section of A Flight, 610 Squadron. At about 08.10, after a fight with Me109s in which I did not fire, I got detatched from the rest of the squadron so I climbed up to 23,000 feet. At 08.15 I saw 6 Me109s going round in a circle about 3,000 feet below me. I came down and from a range of about 100 yards I gave a burst of 1-2 seconds. Smoke and flame came from it and it went down slightly inland – I climbed back to 23,000 feet again. At 08.25 I again saw 5 Me109s in a circle below me. I attacked one with a short burst from about 100 yards astern and saw bits fly off as it went into a spin just over the sea.
Percy, Hugh Harold
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   Died : 22 / 5 / 1944
Percy, Hugh Harold

Killed aged 24 on 22nd May 1944 after his Spitfire Mk.XIV RB162 of No.610 Sqn was shot down by flak from Pleinmont Point. He baled out but was killed when his parachute failed. His name is on the Runnymede Memorial. Son of John Hugh and Josephine Percy, of Chwilog, Caernarvonshire.
Poulton, H R G
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Poulton, H R G

Flying Spitfire Mk.IX EP549 of No.64 Sqn, his aircraft was in combat over Dieppe on 14th January 1944 and developed a glycol leak. He ditched the aircraft into the Channel, and was taken prisoner.
Raine, W.
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   Died : 21 / 8 / 1941
Raine, W.

Killed August 21st 1941
Ramsay, N. H. D.
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Ramsay, N. H. D.

Sergeant N.H.D.Ramsay joined No 610 Squadron in June 1940. He claimed a solitary victory during the Battle of Britain.
Rees, B. V.
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Rees, B. V.

Flight Officer B.V.Rees of No 610 Squadron claimed 3 victories in the month of August in 1940. Rees left the service in January 1944.
Richardson, R. W.
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Richardson, R. W.


Richardson, R. W.
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Richardson, R. W.


Ross, A. R.
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   Died : 15 / 4 / 1941
Ross, A. R.

Killed April 15th 1941
Samuels, Norman
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Samuels, Norman

Initially flying Typhoons with 193 Sqn, Norman then transferred to 610 Sqn flying Spitfires on fighter sweeps over France, heavy-bomber missions, and operations against VIs. Returning to ground attack Typhoons over Europe with 193 Sqn, he was shot down in March 1945 and taken prisoner of war.
Smith, A. T.
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   Died : 25 / 7 / 1940
Smith, A. T.

Squadron Leader A.T.Smith of No 610 Squadron was killed when he stalled his battle damaged Spitfire I (R6693) at Hawkinge on July 25th 1940. This was following a combat over the Channel.
Smith, E. B. B.
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Smith, E. B. B.

Flight Lieutenant E.B.B.Smith of No 610 Squadron. On August 12th, he was on patrol in his Spitfire I (K9818) when he was shot down in flames over New Romney, he baled out, and was rescued from the sea and hospitalised with burns. E.B.B.Smith was awarded the D.F.C. on August 30th 1940.
Smith, Sir Alan
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   Died : 1 / 3 / 2013
Smith, Sir Alan

An RAFVR pilot Alan Smith completed his conversion to Spitfires and was posted to 610 Squadron in October 1940. and then to 616 Squadron in December 1940, Alan Smith often flew as wingman to Douglas Bader and would have been flying in that position on the fateful August 9th had he not been suffering from a head cold and instead set off for London to buy a uniform to match his newly granted commission. Johnnie Johnson described him as the perfect No 2. He usually flew in the same section with Bader, Cocky Dundas and Johnson. Alan Smith was impressed not only by Baders ability to inspire his pilots, but also his willingness to protect them. He remembers the RAF police pouncing on the squadron to see if anyone was using aviation fuel in their cars and how Bader sent them packing in no uncertain terms! In November 1941 Alan Smith was posted to a training role but returned to operations in November 1942 in North Africa. After completing this tour he returned to instructing latterly in the USA. By the end of the war Smith had been awarded the DFC and Bar and had recorded five confirmed victories. After the war he had a very successful career in the textile industry.
Sutcliffe, W. A.
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   Died : 17 / 12 / 1940
Sutcliffe, W. A.

Killed December 17th 1940
Tanner, J. H.
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   Died : 11 / 8 / 1940
Tanner, J. H.

Flight Sergeant J.H.Tanner of No 610 Squadron was a pre-war airman pilot. He was killed during a patrol off Calais when his Spitfire I (R6918) was shot down on August 11th 1940. He was 25 and he is buried at Calais Southern, France.
Wallace, T. Y.
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   Died : 11 / 11 / 1944
Wallace, T. Y.

Sergeant T.Y.Wallace of No 111 Squadron was wounded on September 7th 1940. He baled out of his Hurricane I (P3025) near Ashford in Kent. He had been in combat with Bf 109's.
Ward-Smith, Peter
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Ward-Smith, Peter

An Insurance Broker at Lloyds before the war, Peter Ward-Smith was an RAVR pilot who Joined 610 Squadron in August 1940. Although he had little personal contact with Bader, he was impressed with his leadership in the air. Commissioned in June 1941, Ward-Smith was shot down soon afterwards on a sweep over Northern France. He baled out and was captured. He was held in camps in Poland and at StalagLuft 111 at Sagan and Belaria. He was liberated by the British Army in 1945.
Warden, N. P.
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   Died : 1 / 10 / 1941
Warden, N. P.

Killed October 1st 1941**
Warner, W. H. C.
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   Died : 16 / 8 / 1940
Warner, W. H. C.

Flight Officer W.H.C.Warner was a pre-war member of No 610 Squadron. Warner's Spitfire I (R6802) was shot down in combat with Bf 109's on August 16th 1940 off Dungeness. He died, aged 21.
Watson-Parker, P. I.
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   Died : 13 / 7 / 1940
Watson-Parker, P. I.

Sergeant P.I.Watson-Parker from No 610 Squadron crashed and was killed while on patrol in a Spitfire (R6807) on July 13th 1940 at Tatsfield near Biggin Hill.
Webster, F. K.
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   Died : 26 / 8 / 1940
Webster, F. K.

Pilot Officer F.K.Webster was a former member of the R.A.F.V.R. he joined No 610 Squadron on July 26th 1940. On August 26th 1940, Webster`s Spitfire I (R6965) was damaged by Bf 109's over Folkestone. Webster crashed in flames while attempting to land at Hawkinge and he was killed, aged 26.
Willcocks, P. H.
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   Died : 28 / 11 / 1940
Willcocks, P. H.

Sergeant P.H.Willcocks joined No 610 Squadron on July 27th 1940. He moved to No 66 Squadron in early September. He made a force-landing on September 14th 1940 due to engine failure, and another on September 29th 1940 when he was slightly wounded after combat with enemy fighters. Willcocks moved to No 66 Squadron and his Spitfire II (P7491) was involved in a mid-air collision on November 28th 1940 and he was killed, aged 20.
Wilson, D. S.
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Wilson, D. S.

Flight Lieutenant D.S.Wilson was a pre-war member of No 610 Squadron, he claimed two victories in July and August 1940.
York, R. L.
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   Died : 28 / 3 / 1942
York, R. L.

Killed March 28th 1942



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25-08-1944 - 24-9-41 411S 6-10-41 AFDU Duxford 9-11-41 service trials elev inertia weight gun heat 411S fast landing struck hangar Hornchurch CB 8-1-42 ASTE 167S 22-9-42 610S 14-10-42 131S 25-1-43 310S 30-6-43 FACB 10-8-43 345S 3-4-44 CAC ops 22-6-44 410RSU 13-7-44 Ran out of fuel and hit tree in forced landing Fairoak Lane Oxshott Surrey 26-8-44
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L M LeLarge
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13-12-1942 - Joined No.350 Sqn with code MN-E.
23-02-1943 - Joined No.610 Sqn.
21-03-1943 - Damaged in flying accident.
09-10-1943 - Joined No.350 Sqn.
11-01-1944 - Joined No.322 Sqn.
13-03-1944 - Rejoined No.350 Sqn.
14-06-1944 - Hit by flak and abandoned over the English Channel. Flying Officer L M LeLarge rescued by Royal Navy.
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Ronald Frederick Wilcock
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13-12-1942 - Joined No.350 Sqn.
27-03-1943 - Joined No.610 Sqn.
06-04-1944 - Joined No.26 Sqn.
07-06-1944 - Exploded after drop tank was hit by flak near Bayeux. Flying Officer Ronald Frederick Wilcock killed.
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Spiros Steve Pisanos
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21-05-1942 - Joined No.610 Sqn.
15-07-1942 - Joined No.308 Sqn
24-07-1942 - Joined No.309 Sqn
01-10-1942 - Joined 334 Fighter Squadron (USAF) with code XR-K.
12-08-1942 - Joined No.71 Sqn with code XR-K.
03-11-1943 - Joined No.66 Sqn.
15-11-1943 - Joined No.340 Sqn with code GW-W.
07-12-1943 - Damaged on operations.
02-05-1945 - Damaged in belly landing near Felton, Northumberland after engine failure on take off.
30-05-1945 - Struck off.
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30-09-1940 - Crashed near Ainmouth. Flying Officer Bacon killed.
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02-08-1940 - Landing accident at Drem, P/O Moody OK.
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26-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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F. T. Gardiner
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25-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109s. Pilot Officer Gardiner injured.
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14-08-1940 - Shot down and force-landed at Wye. Sgt Gardner OK.
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H. J. Bell-Walker
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07-09-1940 - Hit obstacle taxiing at Croydon.
14-09-1940 - Damaged in combat with Me109 near Orlestone. Sergeant Bell-Walker parachuted to safety.
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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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Stanley John Arnfield
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J. A. Hughes-Rees
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25-09-1940 - Damaged and force landed at Glastonbury. Sergeant Hughes-Rees ok.
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14-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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R. B. Johnson
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03-09-1940 - Suffered glycol leak. Sergeant Johnson parachuted to safety at 07.30hrs.
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24-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 and crashed at Fyfield. Pilot Officer Merrick injured.
30-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
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24-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
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E. B. B. Smith
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12-08-1940 - Shot down near New Romney. P/O Smith abandoned aircraft and safe.
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08-08-1940 - Damaged by Bf109.
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H. K. Macdonald
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28-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109. Flight Lieutenant MacDonald killed.
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Geoffrey Charles Bennett
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08-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
22-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109.
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24-09-1940 - Damaged.
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12-08-1940 - Damaged by Bf109 near Dover at 08.05hrs. Sgt Gardner injured.
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D. G. Ashton
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18-07-1940 - Struck tractor while taxiing. P/O Ashton ok.
28-09-1940 - Damaged in combat with Me109 and force landed. Sergeant Wright ok.
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G. Keighley
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20-07-1940 - Shot down by Me109. F/O Keighley abandoned aircraft but was injured.
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29-07-1940 - Crash landed after combat with Me109 at Manston.
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28-10-1940 - Joined No.66 Sqn
29-11-1940 - Damaged on operations.
05-04-1941 - Joined No.610 Sqn
19-06-1941 - Joined No.130 Sqn
03-07-1941 - Lost control in cloud and spun into the ground at Rosemergy, Morvah, Cornwall. Pilot killed.
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28-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
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H. H. Chandler
P. Else
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12-08-1940 - Damaged by Bf109 nr Dover.
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29-08-1940 - Shot down by Me110 over Mayfield. Sergeant Manton killed.
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F. T. Gardiner
B. V. Rees
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25-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109 and crash landed at Sandwich. Pilot Officer Gardiner injured.
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P. Litchfield
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18-07-1940 - Shot down by Me109 off Calais. P/O Litchfield killed.
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12-08-1940 - Damaged by Bf109 near Dover.
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26-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109s and abandoned over Hawkinge.
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P.A. Baillon
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31-07-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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K. H. Cox
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28-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 and crashed into house near Deal. Pilot Officer Cox killed.
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14-07-1940 - Damaged on operations.
27-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
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12-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109 nr Dover
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Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. C. Baker
D. S. Wilson
Pilots or Aircrew :
R. F. Inness
Historical Notes :
13-08-1940 - Damaged over Portland. P/O Inness injured.
Historical Notes :
15-09-1940 - Damaged in combnat.
Historical Notes :
12-08-1940 - Damaged by Bf109 near Dover.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. I. Johnson
Historical Notes :
31-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
W. J. Neville
Historical Notes :
11-08-1940 - Shot down by Bf109 off Calais. Sgt Neville killed.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
Stanley John Arnfield
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Shot down and crashed near Eastbury. Sergeant Arnfield injured.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. T. Smith
Historical Notes :
25-07-1940 - Stalled on approach and dived into ground at Hawkinge. Sgt Smith killed.
Historical Notes :
18-08-1940 - Damaged by enemy action.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. F. Corfe
Historical Notes :
22-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Hawkinge. Sergeant Corfe ok.
Historical Notes :
08-08-1940 - Force-landed.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
W. H. C. Warner
Historical Notes :
16-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Dungeness. Flight Lieutenant Warner killed.
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. R. Collins
Historical Notes :
02-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
P. I. Watson-Parker
Historical Notes :
13-07-1940 - Stalled in Biggin Hill circuit and crashed into Skid House, Tatsfield. Sgt Watson-Parker killed.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. F. Corfe
R. F. Hamlyn
Historical Notes :
18-08-1940 - Damaged in landing accident.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. H. Tanner
Historical Notes :
11-08-1940 - Shot down by Bf109 off Calais. F/Sgt John Henry Tanner killed.
Pilots or Aircrew :
F. K. Webster
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
E. Manton
Historical Notes :
26-08-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
E. E. Males
Historical Notes :
04-09-1940 - Shot down by Me110 near Hartfield. Pilot Officer Males parachuted to safety.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
P. G. Lamb
C. A. Parsons
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
Hugh Harold Percy
Historical Notes :
19-02-1944 - Joined No.610 Sqn.
22-05-1944 - Shot down by flak from Pleinmont Point. Flying Officer Hugh Harold Percy baled out but was killed when his parachute failed.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
B T Colgan
Historical Notes :
05-03-1944 - With No.610 Sqn. Damaged in flying accident.
28-05-1944 - Hit by flak from a train and crash landed near Lamballe. Flying Officer B T Colgan taken prisoner. First Spitfire of this mark (XIV) to be lost in German territory.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Historical Notes :
29-08-1940 - Shot down and crash landed at Gatwick. Sergeant Baker ok.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. C. Winter
Historical Notes :
05-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 over Tunbridge Wells. Pilot Officer Winter killed after bailing out too low.
Pilots or Aircrew :
R. F. Hamlyn
C. A. Parsons
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. Mann
Historical Notes :
04-09-1940 - Damaged and force landed at Biggin Hill. Sergeant Mann injured.
Pilots or Aircrew :
S. C. Norris
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. McI. Gray
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Dover. Pilot Officer Gray injured.
Pilots or Aircrew :
J. A. Potter
J. A. Porter
Historical Notes :
15-09-1940 - Shot down by Me109 off French coast. Sergeant J A Potter taken prisoner.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
D. McI. Gray
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Damaged by Me109 at 11.30hrs and crash landed near Shepherdswell. Pilot Officer Gray injured.
Pilots or Aircrew :
Frank J. Howell
Historical Notes :
24-08-1940 - Damaged by Me110. Flight Lieutenant Howell safe.
Pilots or Aircrew :
Robert Charles John Staples
Historical Notes :
02-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Historical Notes :
07-09-1940 - Shot down near Hurst Green.
Historical Notes :
22-08-1940 - Shot down by Me109 near Folkestone. Sergeant Cork ok.
Historical Notes :
02-09-1940 - Damaged on operations.
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. R. Sarre
Historical Notes :
04-09-1940 - Suffered engine failure and force landed. Sergeant Sarre ok.
Historical Notes :
25-09-1940 - Damaged in flying accident.
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Pilots or Aircrew :
A. R. Ross
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF
Squadrons :
No.610 Sqn RAF

Known Individual Aircraft of No.610 Sqn RAF :

Type

Serial

Codes

First Flew

Squadron History

Aircrew History

History Notes

Engine

Factory

Spitfire Vb

AA737

YT-K

17/09/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AA833

2109

19/09/1941

details

no information

details

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AA843

26/09/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AA905

25/10/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AA931

SZ-A

29/10/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

High Post

Spitfire Vb

AA942

08/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

AA969

31/10/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AA975

DW-S

08/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

AA979

11/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vc

AB170

04/02/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Spitfire Vb

AB249

29/11/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AB259

07/12/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

AB276

13/12/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

High Post

Spitfire Vb

AB370

31/12/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Spitfire Vc

AB453

10/02/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

AB794

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB803

-

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

AB859

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB860

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB873

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB895

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB901

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB919

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AB923

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD122

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD139

DW-U

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD182

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD238

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD247

RF-P

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD248

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD257

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD294

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD320

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD329

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD348

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XX

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD453

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD457

DW-Z

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD466

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD469

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD499

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD512

DW-A

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD549

DW-D

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD560

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD567

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AD575

DW-Y

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

AR366

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR393

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR448

SD-H

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vb

AR452

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR462

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR507

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR508

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR509

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR528

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR605

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR612

VL-U

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

AR614

PJ-E

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vb

BL255

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL256

DW-R

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL257

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL262

DW-L
GW-U

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL267

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL302

DW-R
FU-W

-

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

BL319

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL365

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL370

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL378

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL391

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL415

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL435

DW-V

-

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

BL484

DW-K

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL496

MN-O

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL529

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL564

DW-E

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL578

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL584

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL599

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL628

YO-D

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL659

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL688

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL691

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL731

DW-J

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL760

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL767

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL769

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL772

-

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

BL788

GW-N

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL850

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL863

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL888

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL899

FU-W

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL907

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL956

DW-N

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL979

YO-X

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL981

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BL990

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM117

DW-T

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM131

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 50

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM195

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM378

FL-J
DW-H

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM427

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM428

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM514

HN-B

24/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM532

DW-B

-

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

BM539

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

BM573

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vc

EE612

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE615

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE634

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE723

MN-E

-

details

details

details

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE724

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE725

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE726

DW-R

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE738

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE739

DW-E

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE743

DW-Q

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE744

-

details

details

details

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE745

DW-Y

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE747

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE753

DW-X

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE766

MN-C
DW-G

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Westland

Spitfire Vc

EE767

DW-W

-

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

EN780

27/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN781

27/04/1942

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN783

XR-K
GW-W

-

details

details

details

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN798

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN896

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN898

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN901

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN944

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EN965

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP183

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP198

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP235

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP238

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP245

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP250

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP251

-

details

details

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP253

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP288

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP298

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP335

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP342

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP346

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP349

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP355

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP360

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP361

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP388

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP390

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP393

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP395

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP398

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP443

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP564

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP611

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

EP699

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 46

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Ia

K9818

28/11/1938

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9852

24/01/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9876

23/02/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9892

08/03/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9908

21/03/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9931

DW-R

13/04/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9947

DW-M

25/04/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9960

DW-P

03/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9970

DW-V

10/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

K9975

DW-S

15/05/1939

details

details

details

Merlin II

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1000

DW-M

02/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1001

02/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1003

05/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1006

06/06/1939

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1008

07/06/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1009

07/06/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1010

08/06/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1011

09/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1013

12/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1014

DW-G

12/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1015

13/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1016

DW-Q

14/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1017

15/06/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1037

DW-D

29/06/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1043

DW-O

03/07/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1044

04/07/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1045

04/07/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1062

17/07/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1074

14/08/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1075

DW-N

10/08/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1076

11/08/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1088

24/08/1939

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

L1094

02/09/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire FRXIV

MV350

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Ia

N3058

04/10/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3124

01/11/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3170

10/11/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3177

15/11/1939

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3201

29/11/1939

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3264

22/12/1939

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3274

03/01/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3284

DW-J

11/01/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

N3289

15/01/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire FRXIV

NH646

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH653

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH660

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH661

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH685

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH688

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH695

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH702

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH703

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

NH709

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH714

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

NH719

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire FRXIV

NH779

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Aldermaston

Spitfire FRXIV

NH898

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Aldermaston

Spitfire FRXIVe

NH904

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Aldermaston

Spitfire FRXIV

NM815

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Aldermaston

Spitfire IIa

P7284

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Morris Motors

Spitfire IIa

P7288

GW-K

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Morris Motors

Spitfire IIa

P7361

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7424

-

details

no information

details

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7432

-

details

no information

details

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7434

GW-U

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7494

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7498

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7501

DW-O

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7554

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7595

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7596

DW-N

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7605

SO-N

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7613

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7671

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7679

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7684

DW-S

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7685

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7737

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7752

DW-E

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7755

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7775

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7777

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7832

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7836

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7839

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7850

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7853

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7880

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7914

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7915

GW-J

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7923

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7926

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7964

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7968

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P7972

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8019

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8020

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8027

DW-G

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8148

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8167

OU-N

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8170

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8172

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8263

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8268

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8365

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8374

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8389

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8398

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8399

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8464

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8504

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8506

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8520

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8521

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8523

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8526

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8527

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8533

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8534

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8542

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8545

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8562

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8577

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8582

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8588

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8640

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8648

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8650

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8652

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8660

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8661

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8665

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8666

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8670

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIa

P8678

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8690

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire IIb

P8696

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin XII

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8707

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8710

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8721

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8742

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8748

GW-O

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8749

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8752

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8755

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8781

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Vb

P8795

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire Ia

P9311

24/01/1940

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9330

DW-V

07/02/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9433

DW-E

27/03/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9451

05/04/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9452

DW-T

05/04/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9495

16/04/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9496

DW-L

16/04/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9498

17/04/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9502

19/04/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9503

DW-D

19/04/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9511

23/04/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9512

23/04/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9515

25/04/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

P9545

DW-Q

03/05/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire F22

PK324

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire F22

PK382

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK385

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK405

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK430

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK496

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK508

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK510

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK511

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK554

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK568

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK577

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK579

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK609

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK628

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK661

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire F22

PK665

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 61

Spitfire Ia

R6599

DW-J

08/05/1940

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6601

09/05/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6608

15/05/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6612

17/05/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6621

22/05/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6629

24/05/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6630

DW-X

24/05/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6641

28/05/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6686

DW-D

31/05/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6693

DW-A

04/06/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6694

DW-F

05/06/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6695

DW-P

04/06/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6765

DW-T

17/06/1940

details

no information

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6802

DW-Z

09/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6806

DW-N

23/06/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6807

23/06/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6891

DW-Q

04/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6918

DW-D

11/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6965

16/07/1940

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6970

17/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6971

17/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6976

DW-A

18/07/1940

details

details

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6993

DW-W

22/07/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

R6996

23/07/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

R7298

03/04/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

R7336

GW-S

07/04/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB140

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB142

14/10/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB145

10/11/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB148

19/11/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB149

25/11/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB150

29/11/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB151

30/11/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 55M

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB152

03/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB153

10/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB154

13/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB156

19/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB157

23/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB159

30/12/1943

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB162

-

details

details

details

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB163

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB164

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB166

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB167

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB170

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB175

-

details

details

details

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB176

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RB178

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM670

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM675

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM677

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire XIV

RM679

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM681

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM709

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM733

MN-H

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire XIV

RM736

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire XIV

RM739

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire XIV

RM740

RAN-G

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire XIVe

RM792

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM809

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM858

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM861

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIVe

RM869

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Eastleigh

Spitfire XIV

RM880

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM887

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM907

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM913

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM915

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM917

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RM924

RAR-K

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Keevil

Spitfire XIV

RM931

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Keevil

Spitfire XIV

RM939

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Keevil

Spitfire XIV

RN114

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RN120

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

RN121

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Spitfire XIV

SM829

RAV-U

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Chattis Hill

Spitfire FRXIV

SM876

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory

Spitfire LFXVIe

TD248

8Q-T
4M-E
DW-A

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 266

Spitfire LFXVI

TE377

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 266

Spitfire LFXVI

TE389

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 266

Spitfire FRXIV

TZ144

-

details

no information

no information

Griffon 65

Aldermaston

Spitfire Vb

W3128

DW-B

23/04/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3318

09/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3333

18/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3372

04/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3375

DW-N

07/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3376

11/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3378

11/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3382

17/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3404

11/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

W3427

22/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3434

27/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3435

27/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3449

05/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3455

DW-U

10/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3503

17/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

W3504

20/06/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Vb

W3529

05/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3599

11/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3603

17/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3604

19/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3630

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3637

19/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3641

19/07/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3707

-

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Chattis Hill

Spitfire Vb

W3714

02/08/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3771

18/08/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45M

Eastleigh

Spitfire Vb

W3965

09/10/1941

details

no information

no information

Merlin 45

High Post

Spitfire Ia

X4011

DW-O

24/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

X4013

25/07/1940

details

details

details

Merlin III

Eastleigh

Spitfire Ia

X4014

25/07/1940

details

no information

no information

Merlin III

Eastleigh