Double Aces were pilots who were credited with shooting down 10 or more enemy aircraft. The Battle of Britain produced many aces (men who had shot down 5 or more enemy aircraft) but double aces were a lot more rare. The figures below for double ace kills and shared are from July 1st 1940 to October 31st 1940 and include where necessary, where a pilot was in more than one squadron.

 

Bader, D (Squadron Leader) – 11 kills

 

Bazin, J (Flying Lieutenant) – 10 kills

 

Bennions, G (Pilot Officer) – 11 kills

 

Brothers, P M (Flight Lieutenant) – 10 kills

 

Carbury, B (Flying Officer) – 15 kills, 1 shared

 

Crossley, M (Flight Lieutenant) – 13 kills, 1 shared

 

Doe, R (Pilot Officer) – 14 kills, 2 shared

 

Dundas, J (Flying Lieutenant) – 11 kills, 3 shared

 

Frantisek, J (Sergeant) – 17 kills – Killed in Action 08/10/40

 

Gray, C (Pilot Officer) – 15 kills, 1 shared

 

Hallowes, H (Sergeant) – 11 kills, 1 shared

 

Hughes, P (Pilot Officer) – 13 kills, 4 shared

 

Lacey, J (Sergeant) – 18 kills

 

Lock, E (Pilot Officer) – 21 kills

 

Llewellyn, R T (Flight Sergeant) – 10 kills, 1 shared

 

MacDowell, A (Sergeant) – 11 kills, 2 shared

 

McGrath, J (Pilot Officer) – 15 kills

 

McKellar, A (Flight Lieutenant) – 17 kills, 1 shared

 

Sinclair, G (Flying Officer) – 10 kills

 

Urbanowicz, W (Flying Officer) – 15 kills

 

Upton, H (Flying Officer) – 10 kills, 1 shared

 

Villa, J (Flight Lieutenant) – 10 kills, 4 shared