Friday the 11th of October 1940.
Day: High fliers over Kent, Sussex and Weymouth. Fighters and fighter-bombers continue to use stream tactics, generally at 30,000 to 35,000 ft where they are difficult to counter. Some nine streams during day attack Kent, Sussex and Weymouth area, including Biggin Hill and Kenley.
The first Beaufighter night fighter Squadrons became operational.
Night: Attacks on London, Liverpool, Manchester, Tyne-Tees.
Losses: Luftwaffe 7: Fighter Command 8
Weather: Fair, with coastal mist and showers; fog at night.
No 41 Squadron -- Spitfire I (X4052) -- D.H.O'Neill
Spitfire I (X4554) -- L.R.Carter
Spitfire I (P9447) -- J.G.Lecky
No 66 Squadron -- Spitfire I (X4562) -- J.H.T.Pickering
No 72 Squadron -- Spitfire I (K9870) -- P.D.Pool
No 73 Squadron -- Hurricane I (V6676) -- R.Plenderleith
No 253 Squadron -- Hurricane I (V6570) -- L.C.Murch
No 421 Flight -- Spitfire II (P7303) -- C.A.H.Ayling
NEC JACTANTIA NEC METU ("zonder woorden, zonder vrees")
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