Spitfire Mk Ia, F/L John "Terry" Webster DFC, No 41 Squadron RAF, 5 September 1940

With 9 aerial victories, "Terry" Webster was one of the leading aces of the Royal Air Force's famous No 41 Squadron during the Battle of Britain. He was killed in combat on 5 September 1940.

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Supermarine Spitfire

Spitfire Mk Ia R6635
flown by F/L John “Terry” Webster DFC
No 41 Squadron, Royal Air Force
5 September 1940

Born in Liverpool in 1916, John Terence Webster joined the Royal Air Force in 1935. After training, he served with No 17, No 29 and No 80 Squadron before joining No 41 Squadron in April 1938. His first victory, a probable, was achieved against a He 115 floatplane on 17 December 1939. Webster quickly became a proficient fighter pilot, defeating and wounding the famous German ace Werner Mölders in air combat on 28 June 1940. On 5 September 1940, he scored two aerial victories, bringing his total to nine confirmed aerial victories, but was killed in a mid-air collision with the Hurricane of F/L Lovett of No 73 Squadron.

Artist: Gaëtan Marie

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