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Klaas Willem Jonker
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† April 30, 2018

On Monday 30 April 2018, Wilko Jonker died after a long illness at the age of 58. He leaves behind a wife and two children. The Dutch military aviation and plastic modeling were his hobby and on this website he shared all the knowledge he has collected over the years. His hobby has been able to distract him from the persistent disease in his body until the last week of his life. The contacts with other hobbyists were a major support for him.

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Friday, 13 December 2019 22:51

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. XIV

Below you can find an overview of Spitfires Mk.XIV which have been in use with no 322 (Dutch) squadron RAF.

Serial
Serial
Squadron Code
Squadron Code
Constr. nr.
Constr. nr.
Date in service
Date in service
Date out of service
Date out of service
Notes
notes
NH586     01-03-1944 01-8-1944  
NH653     29-03-1944 03-10-1944  
NH655     26-03-1944 09-05-1944  
NH656     01-05-1944 06-06-1944  
NH658     06-04-1944 10-07-1944  
NH659     07-04-1944 28-08-1944  
NH661     16-05-1944 27-06-1944  
NH686 VL-M   01-03-1944 01-08-1944  
NH687         Accident May 1944
NH690     27-04-1944 09-11-1944  
NH691     12-06-1944 05-03-1945  
NH692     01-03-1944 08-09-1944  
NH693     09-07-1944 07-10-1944  
NH694     01-03-1944 16-01-1945  
NH696     10-06-1944 09-08-1944  
NH699 VL-R   03-05-1944 09-08-1944  
NH700 VL-B   01-03-1944 01-04-1944 Type: Spitfire F.Mk. XIVc; Van Hamel;
NH702     12-03-1944 05-09-1944  
NH704     19-03-1944 19-03-1944  
NH708     23-03-1944 13-05-1944  
NH709     20-03-1944 08-09-1944  
NH711     22-06-1944 09-08-1944  
NH713     03-04-1944 18-08-1944  
NH714     07-04-1944 01-01-1945  
NH715     30-06-1944 04-08-1944  
NH716     07-05-1944 29-08-1944  
NH718     20-06-1944 09-08-1944   
PL139          
PL288       01-09-1944  
RB141 VL-L   01-03-1944 01-08-1944 Roovers; Missed in action
RB147 VL-G   22-03-1944 11-06-1944  
RB158     20-03-1944 29-08-1944  
RB160 VL-A   01-03-1944 01-08-1944  
RB168     03-04-1944 11-09-1944  
RB171     27-03-1944 10-08-1944  
RB180          
RB184 VL-B   06-04-1944 30-05-1944  
RB186     25-03-1944 28-09-1944  
RB189     28-04-1944 12-09-1944  
RK840 VL-M   01-08-1944 01-11-1944 Possibly a Spitfire Mk. IXB??
RK891          
RK904          
RM616          
RM622  3W-   28-06-1944 28-08-1944   
RM648  3W-   17-07-1944 28-08-1944  
RM655  3W-   05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM671     26-06-1944 09-08-1944  
RM672 VL-A / 3W-   07-06-1944 04-10-1944  
RM676     17-07-1944 28-09-1944  
RM678 VL-Q; 3W-Q   22-06-1944 12-07-1944 Spitfire VL-Q flew five sorties to intercept V1s on June 29, 1944 and was flown by F/sgt W de Vries.
At 21.40 u he took off from West Malling.
At 22.10 u a V1 was intercepted, which exploded..
The aircraft was hit by own FLAK in the starboard aileron.
Also bullet holes were found in the starboard wing, engine cowling and fuselage and necessitated an emergency landing at Kingsnorth.
F/sgt W de Vries was unharmed.
RM696     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM700     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM736          
RM736          
RM738     05-08-1944 03-10-1944  
RM740 3W-W1   04-08-1944 09-08-1944 Possibly a Spitfire Mk. XVIe??
RM741     04-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM747     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM748     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM750     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM751     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM753     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM755     05-08-1944 09-08-1944  
RM756     05-08-1944 09-08-1944