The Battle of Britain daily data set contains the data points by day:
Battle of Britain Combat Archive
These were taken from a manual count of records listed in the Battle of Britain Combat Archive.
- RAF aircraft lost 1
- RAF pilot lost 2
- RAF wounded 3
- RAF injured 4
- RAF Hurricane lost
- RAF Spitfire lost
- RAF Defiant lost
- RAF Blenheim lost
- Luftwaffe fighter Bf 109 lost
- Luftwaffe fighter Bf 110 lost
- Luftwaffe bomber Ju 87 lost
- Luftwaffe bomber Do 17 lost
- Luftwaffe bomber Ju 88 lost
- Luftwaffe bomber He 111 lost
- Luftwaffe reconnaissance lost
- Luftwaffe fighter lost 1
- Luftwaffe fighter pilot lost 2
- Luftwaffe fighter pilot wounded 3
- Luftwaffe fighter pilot injured 4
- Luftwaffe bomber lost 1
- Luftwaffe bomber crew lost 5
- Luftwaffe bomber crew partial loss 6
- Luftwaffe bomber crew injured 7
- This includes all aircraft listed in the source as *lost*, no attempt has been made to distinguish between aircraft that might be easily repairable and those that were a total loss.
- This includes dead and prisoner of war.
- This includes pilots who, as far as I can estimate, did not return to flying during the battle.
- This includes pilots who, as far as I can estimate, did return to flying during the battle.
- All crew killed or taken prisoner.
- At least one member of the crew was killed, wounded, or taken prisoner.
- At least one member of the crew was injured.
The following were taken from the appendices in The Narrow Margin.
- Fighter Command Pilot Establishment
- Fighter Command Pilot Strength
- RAF In Total Aircraft Initially Equiped Operationally Fit Squadrons (daily average)
- RAF Total Aircraft Available for Operations in Fighter Sqadron (daily average)
- Luftwaffe Close Reconnaissance Establishment
- Luftwaffe Close Reconnaissance Strength
- Luftwaffe Close Reconnaissance Servicability
- Luftwaffe Long-range Reconnaissance Establishment
- Luftwaffe Long-range Reconnaissance Strength
- Luftwaffe Long-range Reconnaissance Servicability
- Luftwaffe Fighter Establishment
- Luftwaffe Fighter Strength
- Luftwaffe Fighter Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Heavy Fighter Establishment
- Luftwaffe Heavy Fighter Strength
- Luftwaffe Heavy Fighter Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Bomber Establishment
- Luftwaffe Bomber Strength
- Luftwaffe Bomber Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Dive-bomber Establishment
- Luftwaffe Dive-bomber Strength
- Luftwaffe Dive-bomber Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Ground Attack Establishment
- Luftwaffe Ground Attack Strength
- Luftwaffe Ground Attack Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Coastal Establishment
- Luftwaffe Coastal Strength
- Luftwaffe Coastal Serviceability
- Luftwaffe Transport Establishment
- Luftwaffe Transport Strength
- Luftwaffe Transport Serviceability
Case Studies in the Achievement of Air Superiority
The following are taken from Case Studies in the Achievement of Air Superiority – Benjamin Franklin Cooling.
- Bf 109 Operational %
- Bf 110 Operational %
- Bomber Operational %
- Luftwaffe Estimated Operational Strength Single Engine Fighters
- Luftwaffe Estimated Operational Strength Twin Engine Fighters
- Luftwaffe Estimated Operational Strength Dive Bombers
- Luftwaffe Estimated Operational Strength Bombers
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