Australia, Brazil, Britain, Canada, Netherlands, South Africa, Soviet Union, and the United States used the DB-7 Boston.
Australia (69 Bostons), Britain, Canada, Netherlands, South Africa, Soviet Union, and the United States used the A-20 Havoc.
A total of 64 / 260 DB-7s were ordered. The DB-7s were used in the Battle of France and the survivors were used by the Vichy French.
Some of the DB-7s were used in an attack on Gibraltar.
Great Britain initially ordered 36 Boston Is and 170 Boston IIs. Many of the DB-7s ordered by France were taken over after the surrender of France.
DB-7s were purchased in 1940 and was given the name Boston. A total of 1,800 were delivered to the British.
- A-20G: 28
- A-20J: 165, 169
- A-20K: 20
Great Britain converted 100 Boston Mk IIs into night fighters in late 1940. These first went to No 23 Squadron.
France - Vichy
Some were used by the Vichy air force.
First Use by USAAF
The A-20C was first used by the 15th Bomb Squadron.
Only one Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) squadron had Bostons.
The RAAF's only Victoria Cross was awarded posthumously to Boston pilot Flt Lt William Newton.
The Soviet Union received 3,125 Havocs. Some of them were used as torpedo bombers.
The United States military used 1,962.
The 18th Fighter Group, commanded by Colonel Charles R. Greening and Colonel Robert A Zaiser, were equipped with P-70A-2 night fighters and did patrols over the Solomons.
After the Japanese surrendered, a F-3A Havoc was the first to land at Itazuke, Japan.
After World War II
Brazil received 30 A-20Gs and A-20Ks after World War II and were used into the 1950s.