British Royal Air Force Fighter Command Casualties, Jul-Sep 1940



ww2dbaseWeekly Casualties, Jul-Sep 1940

DateLostDamaged
1-7 Jul3 Blenheim, 1 Hurricane, 3 Spitfire2 Hurricane
8-14 Jul16 Hurricane, 7 Spitfire6 Hurricane, 2 Spitfire
15-21 Jul6 Defiant, 10 Hurricane, 6 Spitfire5 Hurricane
22-28 Jul4 Hurricane, 12 Spitfire1 Hurricane, 6 Spitfire
29 Jul-4 Aug4 Hurricane, 4 SpitfireNone
5-11 Aug3 Blenheim (incl. 1 trainer), 33 Hurricane, 12 Spitfire3 Hurricane, 10 Spitfire
12-18 Aug29 Hurricane, 10 Spitfire, 76 Unidentified 5 Hurricane, 8 Spitfire
19-25 Aug 4 Defiant, 20 Hurricane, 23 Spitfire1 Hurricane
26 Aug-1 Sep7 Defiant, 81 Hurricane, 47 Spitfire10 Hurricane, 6 Spitfire
2-8 Sep4 Blenheim, 74 Hurricane, 52 Spitfire34 Hurricane, 31 Spitfire
9-15 Sep59 Hurricane, 28 Spitfire20 Hurricane, 15 Spitfire 
16-22 Sep12 Hurricane, 7 Spitfire, 7 Unidentified9 Spitfire
23-29 Sep46 Hurricane, 32 Spitfire23 Hurricane, 24 Spitfire


Aircraft Losses Between 10 Jul and 11 Aug

CauseDestroyedDamagedTotal
Bf 1098752139
Bf 1106106
Bomber133851
Collision415
Anti-Aircraft112
Friendly134
Unknown Combat314
Non-Combat4768115
Total162174336
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Source: Kate Moore, Battle of Britain
Stephen Bungay, The Most Dangerous Enemy
Added By: C. Peter Chen





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