F/Lt P.S.'SqueakWeaver from No 56 Squadron shot down nine enemy aircraft between the 20th July and the 28th of August.  On the 31st of August he was shot down in his Hurricane I (V7378) by a Bf 109 at 08:45hrs. He crashed into a river and was not seen again. He had been recommended for a D.F.C. prior to his death and it was awarded on 1st of October 1940.
F/O P.C.Webb of No 602 Squadron was injured on the 9th of September 1940 at 17:30hrs. He crash landed his Spitfire I (K9910) at Box Grove, Sussex  after being attacked by a Bf 109 over Mayfield.
P/O Franck Weber was a Czech who served in France before joining No 145 Squadron. On the 27th of October 1940  he baled out of his Hurricane I (V6888) off the Isle of White safely after combat with a Bf 109 at 17:15hrs and was picked up out of the Channel.
Sgt. Earnest 'ReggieWebster was born in 1917 and joined the R.A.F. in September 1939. He was posted to No 85 Squadron in Hurricane's at Debden on the 24th of May 1940. He was later promoted to Flying Officer and served with the R.A.F. until 1947. 
P/O F.K.Webster was a former member of the R.A.F.V.R., he joined No 610 Squadron on the 28th of July 1940. On the 26th of August 1940, Webster`s Spitfire I (R6965) was damaged by Bf 109's over Folkestone. Webster crashed in flames while attempting to land at Hawkinge and he was killed, aged 26.
Sgt H.G.Webster of No 73 Squadron baled out safely on the 11th of September 1940 at 16:10hrs. His Hurricane I (P2796) was shot down by a Bf 110 over Sheppey.
F/Lt John Terence Webster joined the R.A.F. in 1938. He was a flight commander of No 41 Squadron at the start of the hostilities. He had shot down 11 confirmed and 2 shared until he was killed on the 5th of September 1940 at 15:25hrs. His Spitfire I (R6635) had a mid air collision with the Spitfire I (P9428) of S/Leader H.R.L.Hood during combat over Basildon in Essex. F/Lt J.T.Websters aircraft crashed at Laindon, near Basildon. S/Leader H.R.L.Hood's aircraft broke up into pieces in the air.
Sgt M.Wedzik from Poland of No 302 Squadron baled safely out of his Hurricane I (P2752) on the 15th of October 1940 during combat with a Bf 109 over Kent at 11:30hrs.
P/O Nigel Weir joined No 145 Squadron on the 12th of  May 1940. He was over Dunkirk and shot down two enemy fighters. Weir scored two more kills during the Battle before the 8th of August, when he shot down 2 Bf 109's and a Ju 87.
P/O Weir was awarded the D.F.C. on the 30th of August 1940.
Weir was reported M.I.A. on the 7th of November 1940 after combat with a Bf 109 off the Isle of Wight in his Hurricane I (P2770), aged 21.
F/O Pat H.V.Wells of No 249 Squadron baled out wounded on the 7th of  September 1940 at 17:020hrs. His Hurricane I (P3594) GN-O was shot down by return fire whilst attacking some Heinkel He 111's near Faversham.
F/O K.V.Wendel a New Zealand of No 504 Squadron was killed on the 7th of  September 1940. His Hurricane I (L1615) was shot down near Faversham.
F/O Innes B.Westmacott was a pre-war Regular pilot and Flying Instructor, he was posted to No 56 Squadron on the 3rd of August 1940. On the 18th of August 1940 his Hurricane I was damaged in combat with Bf 110's of ZG 26 off Clacton at 17:30hrs. He shot down four enemy aircraft during the August. On the 31st of August 1940 at 09:05hrs he was shot down by a Bf 110 and was badly burned when his reserve tank in his Hurricane I (V7341) exploded but still baled out successfully. He was patched up at Chelmsford Hospital.
Sgt T.E.Westmoreland of No 616 Squadron was shot down and killed on the 25th of August 1940 over Canterbury at 19:00hrs. He had been in combat with a Bf 109. His Spitfire I (R9819) crashed near Maidstone.
Sgt Basil E.P.Whall of No 602 Squadron ditched his Spitfire I (L1019) safely at 14:55hrs on the 18th of August 1940 near Middleton on Sea after shooting down two Ju 87's. Sgt B.E.P.Whall was killed when he crash landed his Spitfire I (X4160) on the 7th of October 1940 after combat with Ju 88's at 17:50hrs. His aircraft crashed at Lullington, Somerset and he died of his wounds.
P/O N.J.Wheeler from No 600 Squadron was posted to No 615 Squadron on the 28th of August 1940. N.J.Wheeler was awarded the A.F.C. on the 11th of June 1942.
Sgt G.A.Whipps of No 602 Squadron baled out of his Spitfire I (N3227) on the 6th of September 1940 at 13:30hrs. He had been in combat with a Bf 109 and was unhurt. 
P/O Laurie Whitbread from Ludlow, Shropshire of No 222 Squadron was on patrol on the 20th of September 1940. He was shot down and killed in his Spitfire I (N3203) by a Bf 109 over Rochester at 11:15hrs by Hans 'Assi' Hahan. He was 26.
P/O John W.White flew with No 32 Squadron and No 3 Squadron before being  transferred to the F.I.U., who tried out experiments from the 'bright ideas committee during the Battle.
F/Sgt Clifford Whitehead was one of the members of "B" Flight No 56 Squadron that fought in France, he scored three victories during their brief campaign and a further kill over Dunkirk prior to the Battle. He added four more during the Battle and was awarded the D.F.M. on the 30th of August 1940. He was shot down by enemy fighters on the 31st of August at 08:40hrs over Colchester, but baled out of his Hurricane I (V6628) unhurt. He was killed in a flying accident on the 4th of July 1942 while he was a Flying Instructor, aged 27.
Sgt J.J.Whitfield from No 56 Squadron was on patrol in a Hurricane (P2922) on the 13th of July 1940. He was shot down an killed by a Bf 109 of JG 51 off Calaisat 16:15hrs.
S/L Eric WilliamWhitley was born in Epsom on 17th of August 1908 and was educated at Kings College in Auckland, New Zealand. He went to England in 1930 to join the R.A.F. and was made a flight commander in April 1935, he continued with the unit until September when he was posted to the Central Flying School for an instructor's course. After three years of instructing Whitley was promoted to Squadron Leader and was appointed Station Commander at R.A.F. Marham.  On 6 November 1939 he was posted to No 245 Squadron. The first Hurricanes arrived in the March of 1940. The squadron became operational in the April and later flew patrols over the Dunkirk beaches and the Channel. He led a very successful low level attack on the airfield at Roven-Boos. Considerable damage was done to around fifty aircraft on the ground, with at least twenty of them destroyed. For his part in the action Whitley was awarded the D.F.C. In July No 245 Squadron moved to Northern Ireland to fly convoy patrols over the Irish Sea and the eastern Atlantic. As part of Belfast's defence it flew night patrols over the city and shipyards. In early 1942 Whitley was made Wing Commander Flying, in the Western Desert. He received a Mention in Dispatches in June 1942 and the D.S.O. in September. Whitley spent the rest of the war on staff duties. It is known that he destroyed at least five enemy aircraft but details of his actual score are not on record. He retired from the R.A.F. in 1952 and returned to New Zealand. He died on the 25th of October 1973.
P/O D.Whitley of No 264 Squadron and his gunner R.C.Turner were killed on the 28th of August 1940 at 08:55hrs.  Their Defiant I (N1574) was shot down by a Bf 109 of JG 26 over Thanet.
Sgt. P.Whitwell from New Zealand was with No 600 Squadron during the Battle of Britain.  In August 1941 he was a gunner on a Wellington that was shot down over Belgium. His leg was broken when it crashed. Captured, he spent three months in hospital. In 1942 he was seen by observers from the Red Cross and recommended for repatriation on medical grounds due to the state of his leg. Having heard nothing more he escaped in mid-1943 and was at large for eight days before being recaptured. In August his repatriation came through. He was taken to Barcelona, Spain, where the man-for-man exchange took place. He returned to New Zealand and took the option of discharge in March 1944.