Nine Fokker T.Vs equipped the Luchtvaartfdeling's (LVA) only bomber squadron that was available when Germany attacked on May 10, 1940. All were destroyed during the Five Day War.
The first T.V was lost when it tried to take off and was bombed by the Germans at Schiphol Airport. Others were lost the same day, and there were only five left by day two. These were used to bomb German forces. By day four there was only one left.
The last T.V left on a mission to bomb two road and rail bridges being escorted by two Fokker G.I fighters. They managed to get to the first target undetected, but the bomb that scored a direct hit failed to explode. The three were attacked by nine Bf 109s and destroyed.