Aircraft Losses

Welcome to the societies remembrance pages for our Losses sections

Three main sections are recorded here by Nation under the headings, R.A.F. Losses, U.S.A.F.  Losses and Luftwaffe Losses. All are compiled by year, month and in date order, providing hundreds of remembrance pages to fallen airmen and airwomen from all nations. The R.A.F. section also includes all Commonwealth countries along with airmen and airwomen from many other nations who served in the Royal Air Force.

In many cases it may be possible to find further information relating to individual losses in other sections of our site, in particular in our Aviation Heritage Collection and Aviation Archaeology sections, which holds additional records of countless artefacts, documents and photographs. Our memorials section also records our tributes to many losses relating to individuals and squadrons, an online cenotaph to No. 26 O.T.U. and another for former boys of Stowe School are two examples.

Our entire site is periodically recorded by The British Library as a permanent record in our nation’s archives. The loss sections are an ever evolving collection with new additional subject loss pages and additions to existing pages weekly. We welcome the opportunity to offer relatives and friends to request remembrance pages to be construction or updated. Even if you only have one or just a few photos and details, we are more than happy to research the loss further for you, to provide you with more information and further enhance the remembrance page construction.       
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