Sure- I found an a piece by Baugher laying out a timeline.Hi Amir, what I wrote was historical as I know it, I think the Dutch were given February as a delivery date, can you give me a bit more detail on this, as it may impact on future events. Having said that, if the Dutch had 20-30 DB-7's in Feb, they've still got to train on them, and not just get use to flying the aircraft, but mounting a torpedo attack will take time. Anyone want to offer a reasonable time frame for that. Of course, this assumes the Dutch have both aircrew and maintenance crews for this planes, which in its self is a big ask.
Dutch Gov’t in Exile placed order for DB-7Cs in OCT 41 with expected delivery date of MAY 42.
24 DEC 41 US and UK divert DB-7Bs to NEI to get aircraft there earliee
I couldn’t pin down when exactly they arrived, but one was confirmed captured and tested by the Japanese and the survivors sent on to the RAAF.
Apparently a wreck was recovered post-war in New Guinea with the ML-KNIL markings overpainted with RAAF roundels!
Hopefully this is helpful.