|Day: Reconnaissance over flights severely hampered by
the weather. Probing raids by groups of 50-60 aircraft along the South
Coast. Light coastal activity and some bombers towards London. Pembroke
Dock was attacked. Göring had emphasized that
109's should fly in close escort to the bombers which restricted even
further their scope in battle which was caused by lack of range. VIII Fliegerkorps,
with some 220 Ju 87's, are withdrawn
to Pas de Calais area thus taking them out of the battle.
Night: By night, small numbers of aircraft maintain continuous activity over a large 'area of the country, bombing many airfields. Harassing raids and Mine laying.
Losses: Luftwaffe 10: Fighter Command 5
Weather: Largely overcast, with rain showers spreading from east.
|No 1 Squadron||Hurricane I||
|No 66 Squadron||Spitfire I||
|No 92 Squadron||Spitfire I||
|No 248 Squadron||Blenheim||
|" "||" "||" "||W.H.Want|
|" "||" "||" "||M.P.Digby-Worsley|
|No 602 Squadron||Spitfire I||