"Albert Ball's flying log book has never been found. So this table isn't fully complete. But it does show every aircraft flown by him when in France.

BE2c 1707 No. 8 Squadron, BE2c 1709 No. 8 Squadron, BE2c 2498 No. 8 Squadron, BE2c 2611 No. 8 Squadron aka Springbok

  1. July 1916 - Albert flew in one of these, a BE2c 2611, on his first bombing raid with Number 8 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps.
    July 1916 - Albert flew in one of these, a BE2c 2611, on his first bombing raid with Number 8 Squadron of the Royal Flying Corps.

BE2c 2625 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 2644 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 2657 No. 8 Squadron, BE2c 4070 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 4076 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 4105 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 4136 No. 8 Squadron

  1. A BE2c 4136 flown by Albert in Number 8 Squadron.
    A BE2c 4136 flown by Albert in Number 8 Squadron.

BE2c 4138 No. 8 Squadron, BE2c 4173 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 4200 No. 13 Squadron, BE2c 4352 No. 13 Squadron, BE2d 5735 No. 8 Squadron, BE2d 5752 No. 8 Squadron, BE2d 5799 No. 8 Squadron, BE2d 5876 No. 8 Squadron, BE2d 6252 No. 8 Squadron, BE12 6495 No. 8 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5312 No. 11 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5313 No. 13 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5316 No. 13 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5554 No. 34 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5562 No. 11 Squadron, Bristol Scout D 5563 No. 11 Squadron, Nieuport 5173 No. 11 Squadron, Nieuport A126 No. 11 Squadron

  1. Nieuport Scout, A126.
    Nieuport Scout, A126.

Nieuport A133 No. 11 Squadron, Nieuport A134 No. 11 Squadron, Nieuport A200 No. 11 Squadron, Nieuport A201 No. 11 & No. 60 Squadron, Nieuport A212 No. 60 Squadron, Nieuport A213 No. 60 Squadron, Nieuport B1522 No. 60 Squadron, SE5 A4850 No. 56 Squadron, SE5 A4855 No. 56 Squadron, SE5 A4858 No. 56 Squadron, SE5 A8898 No. 56 Squadron, SE5 A8907 No. 56 Squadron

  1. 3rd May 1917 - Candas Royal Flying Corps Depot - Albert in a SE5 A8907 equipped with Lewis gun.
    3rd May 1917 - Candas Royal Flying Corps Depot - Albert in a SE5 A8907 equipped with Lewis gun.
  2. More than likely the last photo of Albert Ball ; here seated in SE5 A4850 (May 6 1917)
    More than likely the last photo of Albert Ball ; here seated in SE5 A4850 (May 6 1917)
  1. London Colney early morning April 7, 1917, SE5's from 56 Squadron about to fly over to France.
    London Colney early morning April 7, 1917, SE5's from 56 Squadron about to fly over to France.
Top