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Formed: September 1915 at Castle Bromwich
Mobilized: July 1916
Insignia:  
Aces: 20  
Victories: 264 Claimed
  Confirmed
Losses:   Killed in Action (KIA)
  Killed in Flying Accident (KIFA)
  Wounded in Action (WIA)
  Prisoners of War (POW)
 
19 Squadron was formed at Castle Bromwich in September 1915 and was posted to France in July 1916.
 
Aces Aircraft COs Aerodromes
1 Canada Albert Carter 29
2 England John Leacroft 22
3 Canada Arthur Fairclough 14
4 England Oliver Bryson 12
5 Canada Gordon Irving 12
6 England Frederick Sowrey 12
7 England Patrick Huskinson 11
8 England Cecil Gardner 10
9 Canada Roger Del'Haye 9
10 England James Hardman 9
11 Scotland Finlay McQuistan 9
12 Australia Alexander Pentland 9
13 England Eric Olivier 8
14 England Norman William Hustings 7
15 Canada John de Pencier 7
16 Canada Lewis Ray 7
17 England John Candy 6
18 South Africa Cecil Thompson 6
19 England John Aldridge 5
20 South Africa Arthur Blake 5
1 B.E.12
2 SPAD VII
Feb 1917 - Jan 1918
3 SPAD XIII
Jun - Jul 1917
4 Sopwith Dolphin
1 Maj. William Sanday
1 Castle Bromwich 01 Sep 1915
2 Netheravon 31 Jan 1916
3 Filton 29 Mar 1916
4 St. Omer 29 Mar 1916
5 Fienvillers 01 Aug 1916
6 Vert Galand 02 Apr 1917
7 Liettres 31 May 1917
8 Poperinghe 14 Aug 1917
9 Bailleul (Asylum Ground) 05 Sep 1917
10 St. Marie-Cappel 25 Dec 1917
11 Bailleul 13 Feb 1918
12 St. Marie-Cappel 23 Mar 1918
13 Savy 31 Mar 1918
14 Cappelle 17 Aug 1918
15 Savy 23 Sep 1918
16 Abscon 24 Oct 1918
 
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