We found 22200 aircraft

  1. MA883

    MA883

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MA883 Mk Vc Trop, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory....

  2. MA980

    MA980

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MA890 Mk VcT, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory....

  3. MB630

    MB630

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB630 PR Mk Vb, Built at Castle Bromwich....

  4. MB945

    MB945 Lu Mar II

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB945 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill. ...

  5. MB946

    MB946

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB946 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill....

  6. MB948

    MB948 'Oh Johnny'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB948 Mk PR XIT, Built at Chattis Hill FF 9-10-43, Test flown Leif Lundsten, assigned to 14PRS 7FG 8AF USAAF.

  7. MB949

    MB949

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB949 PR Mk XIT Const #4910, Built at Chattis Hill. ...

  8. MB950

    MB950 'Upstairs Maid'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB950 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill....

  9. MB952

    MB952

    Spitfire

  10. MB952

    MB952 Kisty I

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB952 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill....

  11. MB955

    MB955 'Lease Fleece'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB955 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill. FF 20-10-43, delivered to Benson 5-11-43, assigned to 14PRS 7PRG 8AF USAAF 5-12-43 Lost over Holland Pilot Lt Paul A Balogh MACR 9170. 19-9-44, SOC.

  12. MB956

    MB956 'Photogenic Virgin'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MB956 PR Mk XIT, Built at Chattis Hill. ...

  13. MH564

    MH564

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MH564 Mk VcT, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory. Delivered to No 39 MU 29-7-43, transferred to 82 MU 11-8-43, Fort Thompson 14-8-43, Casablanca 1-9-43, NAfrica 30-11-43, 5th FS USAAF 31-1-44.

  14. MH565

    MH565

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MH565 Mk VcT, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory. ...

  15. MH605

    MH605

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MH605 Mk Vc, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory....

  16. MH999

    MH999

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MH999 Mk IX, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory....

  17. MJ561

    MJ561

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire MJ561 Mk LF IX, Built at Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory....

  18. MM308

    MM308

    Mosquito
    Crash Landing RAF Alconbury / Sta 102. 12th May 1945. Henry M Stewart II (pilot) USAAF. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  19. MM310

    MM310

    Mosquito
    Crashed, RAF Warton, Belly Landing. 17th June 1944. Charles W Himes (pilot) USAAF. Written Off, Damaged Beyond Repair.

  20. MM337

    MM337

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, landing accident RAF Nuthampstead / Sta 131, 3rd March 1944. Edward Maslow (pilot) USAAF. Struck Off Charge 31/7/46.

  21. MM338

    MM338

    Mosquito
    Crash landing, RAF Watton USAAF Station 376, Minor damage, 20th May 1945. Hugh H. Bozarth (pilot) USAAF. ...

  22. MM340

    MM340

    Mosquito
    Minor damage ground looped, RAF Warton / USAAF Station 582, 18th March 1944. Charles W. Himes (pilot) USAAF. Struck Off Charge 17th June 1946.

  23. MM342

    MM342

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, phase of operation when damaged unknown, RAF Watton USAAF Station 376, 20th January 1945, Joseph A Polovick (pilot) USAAF. Transferred to Royal Navy FRU date unknown. Scrapped at Lossiemouth 30th September 1953.

  24. MM344

    MM344

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, crashed, take off accident, RAF stn Cheddington / USAAF Station 113, 22nd March 1944, George C. Hand (pilot) USAAF. Struck Off Charge 25th July 1946.

  25. MM345

    MM345

    Mosquito
    Damaged on 8th Sept 1944 at USAAF station 376, RAF Watton in a landing accident whilst being piloted by Robert C Grimes. Ground looped at RAF Watton. Class 3 damage. 20/2/45 - Warren C. DAVIS (pilot) USAAF. Written Off after substantial damage...

  26. MM346

    MM346

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, ground looped on take off, RAF Watton / USAAF Station 376. 11th August 1944. Robert D. Shoenhair (pilot) USAAF. Transferred to Royal Navy RDU(Receipt and Dispatch Unit) date unknown. Port engine failed on test flight, crashed 1 mile from...

  27. MM364

    MM364

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, take of accident, RAF Watton / USAAF Station 376, 29/8/44. Clayton P. Hackman Jr (pilot) USAAF. ...

  28. MM368

    MM368

    Mosquito
    Landing accident: 20 April 1944...

  29. MM370

    MM370

    Mosquito
    Crew was briefed to take movies of the operation 13.08.1944. The pilot in his eagerness to do a great job stayed too low, and his plane was hit by bomb fragments, causing it to crash. ...

  30. MM371

    MM371

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, landing accident, Watton, 18th December 1944, Jerry M Roberts (pilot) USAAF.

  31. MM384

    MM384

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, Port undercarriage collapsed on landing, RAF Watton/ USAAF station 376, 4th May 1944. Minor damage, ground looped, RAF Watton / USAAF Station 376, 18th September 1944, Claybourne O Vinyard (pilot) USAAF.

  32. MM385

    MM385

    Mosquito
    Minor damage, take off accident, RAF Cheddington / USAAF Station 113, 24th March 1944, Thomas E Hughes (pilot) USAAF. Struck Off Charge 23rd July 1947.

  33. MM386

    MM386

    Mosquito
    The crew of Lts. Grimes/Jodar flew a weather flight to Germany on 6th November 1944. The crew encountered adverse weather on return to Watton and diverted to North Pickenham, again because of very strong crosswinds at Watton. Flying on starboard engine...

  34. MM387

    MM387

    Mosquito
    Landing accident, RAF Watton / USAAF Station 376, 13th April 1944, John Larkin (pilot) USAAF. Written Off, Damaged Beyond Repair. Struck Off Charge, 7th May 1945.

  35. MM388

    MM388

    Mosquito
    Crash Landing En route to Hatfield, Substantial damage, Vance J. Chipman (pilot). 2/9/44. Landing accident, RAF Alconbury, Minor Damage, Robert P. Howle Jr (pilot). 18/2/45....

  36. MM391

    MM391

    Mosquito
    Crashed Belly Landing, Watton, 9/9/44 - John P Noble (pilot). Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 30/6/46.

  37. MM393

    MM393

    Mosquito

  38. MM472

    MM472

    Mosquito
    Transferred to 144 MU RAF. Date unknown. Crashed and burned near Rivet, Blida, Algeria. 1/4/44. F/O William Lewis (pilot) RAFVR - killed.

  39. MM746

    MM746

    Mosquito
    Assigned to 416th Night Fighter Squadron, 12th Air Force. Capt Lawrence E Englert & 2nd Lt Earl R Dickey intercepted Junkers JU 188, MM746 sustained damage from the EA explosion, returned damaged, 28/2/45. Struck Off Charge 20.3.45.

  40. MM761

    MM761

    Mosquito
    Assigned to 416th Night Fighter Squadron, 12th Air Force. Take off Pisa airdrome, crash nr Florance. Posted Missing. 1st Lt Frank H Janisch and 2nd Lt Eugene K Franklin in MM761 went MIA while on an intruder sweep of the Padova-Ferrara area. Their...

  41. MM764

    MM764

    Mosquito
    Assigned 416th Night Fighter Squadron, 12th Air Force....

  42. MM765

    MM765

    Mosquito
    Crashed on take off - A.82 Étain/Rouvres, France, 1 m West of Étain, 16/2/45. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  43. MM769

    MM769

    Mosquito

  44. MM821

    MM821

    Mosquito
    Landing accident - Pisa AF, Italy - Richard L Hoover (pilot), 16/2/45. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  45. MM882

    MM882

    Beaufighter
    Beaufighter Mk VIF MM882 Failed To Return 22nd Aug 44 lost over Italy, Pilot James T Hope, Obs Phillipi KIA. MACR 8088.

  46. MM917

    MM917

    Beaufighter
    Beaufighter Mk VIF MM917 Failed To Return 29th Nov 44 lost over Italy, Pilot Billie J Fox, Obs Ralph D Mulhollen KIA. MACR 10099.

  47. MM935

    MM935

    Beaufighter
    Beaufighter F Mk VI MM935 414th NFS, 62nd FW, 12th AF, lost on intruder mission to Po Valley, from Pisa, Italy 18th Nov 44. 2 KIA. MACR 10217.

  48. MT462

    MT462

    Mosquito
    Crashed on Take Off - Pisa AF, Italy - Lt Harley B Goetz(pilot) - Killed in structural break up, 2/1/45. Struck Off Charge Pisa AF, Italy, 03/01/45.

  49. MT464

    MT464

    Mosquito

  50. MT465

    MT465

    Mosquito
    Transferred to RAF date unknown. Transferred to Belgian Air Force as MB-6, 4/2/48. Crashed at Beauvechain whilst with 10th Sqn, Belgian Air Force, 15/6/49. To Arsenal Evere, Belgium and declared Cat.5, Struck Off Charge, 25/7/49.