We found 23341 aircraft

  1. PL914

    PL914

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire PL914 PR Mk XI....

  2. PL962

    PL962

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire PL962 PR Mk XI....

  3. R6050

    R6050

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford R6050, assigned to 384th Service Squadron, 97th Service Group, 8AF USAAF. Crashed on take off after left engine quit. Pilot Harvey Mednick RTD.

  4. R6093

    R6093

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford R6093, assigned to Headquarters Squadron, 445th Bomb Group, 8AF USAAF. On 8-Jul-44 at 08:30 hours aircraft was cleared from Station 481 to Station 124 on a cross-country flight. While proceeding down the runway at 60 mph, the right tire...

  5. R6179

    R6179

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford R6179, assigned to 7th Air Depot Group, 9AF USAAF. Returning to Langford Lodge in Northern Ireland after delivering radio equipment to Speke. A/C was flown by 2nd Lt Joseph E Lowe and 1st Lt John L Pearce of the Signals Corps as a...

  6. R6397

    R6397

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford R6397, assigned to HQ Sqn, 9th AF USAAF. Crashed on takeoff Smith's Lawn Sta 472 due to ice on wings, Cat 5 damage, pilot Lt John W Smith, 26-Nov-43. SOC....

  7. R6720

    R6720

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R6720 Mk Ia Const #774, Built at Eastleigh....

  8. R6835

    R6835

    Spitfire
    First Flown 28-6-40...

  9. R6890

    R6890

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R6890 Mk Ia Const #849, Built at Eastleigh....

  10. R6895

    R6895

    Spitfire
    On 13th June 1942 it transferred to 31st FG, USAAF at Atcham and on 19th June 1942 Cat.B/FA damage was sustained when it drifted during a landing at Atcham, stalled and the undercarriage collapsed. After assessment it was Re-Cat.A(C) and repaired on...

  11. R6904

    R6904

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R6904 Mk Ia Const #863, Built at Eastleigh. ...

  12. R7147

    R7147

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7147 Mk Ia, Const #1475, Built at Eastleigh....

  13. R7194

    R7194 'Bristol Civil Defence'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7194 Mk Ia Const #1494, Built at Eastleigh. ...

  14. R7196

    R7196 'Holmwood II'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7196 Mk Ia Const #1495, Built at Eastleigh. ...

  15. R7261

    R7261 Bolsover

    Spitfire
    Funded in 1940 at a cost (then) of £5800 via Lord Beaverbrook's scheme (British Government Minister for Aircraft Production) whereby towns and cities were encouraged to raise money to pay for the cost of RAF aircraft, this Spitfire was purchased by the...

  16. R7271

    R7271 'Burnley and District'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7271 Mk Va Const #1549, Built at Eastleigh. ...

  17. R7292

    R7292 'Newbury 1'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7292 Mk Vb, Const #1555, Built at Eastleigh. 1st Flew 31-3-41....

  18. R7343

    R7343 'Hexham and District'

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7343 Mk Va Const #1587, Built at Eastleigh....

  19. R7350

    R7350

    Spitfire
    Supermarine Spitfire R7350 Mk Va, Const #1603 Built at Eastleigh. ...

  20. RF979

    RF979

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge 11/2/48. Location unknown.

  21. RF983

    RF983

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 16/07/46.

  22. RF985

    RF985

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy. Date and location unknown. Struck Off Charge, 21/6/54. Location unknown.

  23. RF985

    RF985

    A crash photo of RF985 appears on page 168 of Norman Malayney, " 25th Bomb Group (Rcn)" Schiffer Publishers, 2011.

  24. RF986

    RF986

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Royal Navy. Date and location unknown. Struck Off Charge 25/11/53. Location unknown.

  25. RF988

    RF988

    Mosquito
    Graypea mission from Watton to Hamburg, 20/3/45, along with RF999, RF992 and RF996 flew line abreast dispensing chaff in front of the lead B17 formation, intercepted by Me262's. Lt N Magee[Pilot], Lt L Erickson[Nav]. Returned to base on one engine....

  26. RF989

    RF989

    Mosquito
    Transferred to 60 Sqn SAAF. Date and location unknown. Struck Off Charge 6/9/45. Location unknown.

  27. RF992

    RF992

    Mosquito
    Assigned to 654BS, 25BG, 8AF USAAF. Graypea mission from Watton to Hamburg, 20-Mar-45, along with RF988, RF999 and RF996 flew line abreast dispensing chaff in front of the lead B17 formation, intercepted by Me262's. Crew - Roger Gilbert[Pilot], Ray...

  28. RF996

    RF996

    Mosquito
    MACR 13185, Graypea mission from Watton to Hamburg, along with RF988, RF992 and RF996 flew line abreast dispensing chaff in front of the lead B17 formation, intercepted by Me262's. A/C abandoned after one engine failed, other running rough[ Fuel lock...

  29. RF999

    RF999

    Mosquito
    "Graypea" mission from Watton to Hamburg, Germany. Along with RF988, RF992 and RF996 flew line abreast dispensing chaff in front of the lead B17's formation, intercepted by Me262 fighters. Port wing damaged[four feet shot away], safely returned to base...

  30. RG113

    RG113

    Mosquito
    Landing accident RAF Watton - John A Pruis (pilot). 6/4/45. Written Off Damaged Beyond Repair.

  31. RG145

    RG145

    Mosquito
    Minor damage - RAF Watton - Landing accident - Warren C Davis (pilot). 17/4/45. Sold for Scrap. 16/7/47.

  32. RG146

    RG146

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge 11/2/46.

  33. RG148

    RG148

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 10/05/46.

  34. RG154

    RG154

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 18/08/47.

  35. RG155

    RG155

    Mosquito
    Transferred to Armee de l'Air, 11/09/46.

  36. RG156

    RG156

    Mosquito
    Struck Off Charge 30/1/46. Location unknown.

  37. RG157

    RG157

    Mosquito
    Sold for scrap 7/8/47.

  38. T1066

    T1066

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford Mk II, assigned to 8th Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, 802nd Reconnaissance Group (SP), 8th AF USAAF. Mid Air Collision Hall Farm, East Winch Cat 5 damage, pilot Capt Richard B Thompson KIFA, 5-May-44. SOC.

  39. T1101

    T1101

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1101, assigned to 17th Service Squadron, 8AF USAAF.

  40. T1199

    T1199

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1199, assigned to HQ Sqn, 42nd Air Depot Group, 9th AF USAAF.

  41. T1203

    T1203

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford Mk I assigned to 353rd Fighter Group, 8AF USAAF.

  42. T1254

    T1254

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1254, assigned to 2911th Bomb Sqn, 67th Recon Group, 8AF USAAF.

  43. T1259

    T1259

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1259, assigned to 27th Air Transport Group, 9th AF USAAF. Damaged 13-Feb-44 when it swerved on ice and ran off the runway on landing at Nutts Corner on a ferry flight from Maghaberry.

  44. T1371

    T1371 'Windy Lynn'

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford Mk II - T1371 'Windy Lynn' assigned to HQ Sqn, 10th Service Group, 9AF USAAF. Stalled on takeoff with loss of directional control and crashed onto parked line of gliders. Destroyed 1 x Waco glider and damaged 2 x Horsa gliders.

  45. T1377

    T1377

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1377, assigned to HQ Sqn, 67th Reconnaissance Group later 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Group, 9AF USAAF.

  46. T1377

    T1377

    Oxford
    Airspeed Oxford T1377, assigned to HQ Sqn, 67th Recon Group, 9AF USAAF.

  47. T1469

    T1469

    Lysander
    Westland Lysander Mk III T1469, assigned to 2nd Gunnery & Tow Target Flight, 8th Air Force. A/C abandoned due to mechanical failure, pilot Lt Augusto M Govoni baled out 13-Nov-43. SOC 14-Nov-43.

  48. T1552

    T1552

    Lysander
    Westland Lysander T1552 Mk III assigned to 8AF USAAF. Part of a batch of 250 delivered between Aug 1940 and Feb 1941. It served with 4 Squadron but had been passed on to 9 Group Target Towing Flight which in turn became 1486 (Fighter) Gunnery Flight in...

  49. T1574

    T1574

    Lysander
    Westland Lysander Mk III T1574, assigned to 353rd FG, 8AF USAAF.

  50. T6105

    T6105

    Tiger Moth
    de Havilland Tiger Moth T6105, assigned to 311th Ferrying Sqn, 8AF USAAF. Written off after being damaged beyond economical repair in a Taxying accident at Warton, Lancashire. However, survived the war, and was sold off for post-war civilian use....