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1st July 2021 (Crash Site investigation Canceled)

Ministry of Defence licence application to excavate Hereford I L6067 refused as human remains believed to be still buried at crash site.

Right: Pilot Sgt Oswald George Day
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26th June 2021

Unveiling of the 26 O.T.U. Wing Airfield Memorial

25th June 2021 (Wing Memorial)

The final stage and completion of the memorial took place on Friday the 25th June, when the three memorial plaques and information board were fitted by Alex and David King.

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9th June 2021 (Wing Memorial)

26 O.T.U. Wing Airfield Memorial update 9th June 2021

With the many contrasting colours of the timber used in the fence construction it was decided that the boundary fence should be painted to provide a more uniformed look, black was decided as the best colour for a backdrop to the memorial and shingle. I was happy to donate the paint and was able to paint the fence yesterday the 8th June, also adding reflectors on the approach side to the Memorial.

4th June 2021 (Wing Memorial)

26 O.T.U. Wing Memorial update 4th June 2021

With the memorial wall completed yesterday (3rd June) by our builder Simon Clarke, this morning a step further was taken in the now final stages of construction, when Alex and I were at the airfield at 8 a.m. to meet the delivery of the shingle for the memorial base. The base of the boundary fence was completed, membrane installed and the base finished with the levelling of the shingle over the memorial site!

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27th May 2021 (Crash Investigation)

Investigation into the crash of Hereford I that crashed near souldern on the 1st August 1940, aircraft from 16 O.T.U. Upper Hayford serial No. L6067

Licence applied for on 27th May 2021
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7th May 2021 (Wing Memorial)

The second stage of the memorial construction began yesterday Friday 7th May, when the first courses of bricks were laid. The majority of materials for the build had arrived over a week ago minus the blue coping stones, and had been stored for safe keeping on Andrew Alexander’s farm, however on unpacking the pallets on site it was found that the blue stones for the three base courses was light by 60 bricks, fortunately we were able to source these from Bletchley, and Alex King who was on site with our builder Simon Clarke to supply and source water for the build, was able to collect the missing bricks to enable Simon to begin the memorial construction. Sourcing materials for the project has been difficult as the demand for building materials is very high at the moment, but the coping stones to complete the build have been promised for next week. This top course will be placed on top of a single course of historic bricks salvaged from the remains of former airfield constructions, sourced by Nick Ellins.

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1st May 2021 (Wing Memorial)

After many weeks of planning, fundraising, sourcing materials and equipment, the first major stages of the memorial construction took place yesterday 1st May 2021. In attendance for the construction were Alexander King, Dave Keen and David King. The work carried out included centralising memorial wall locating, creating template for memorial wall foundations, laser levelling for fence and foundation height, excavating site base to determine road edge for gravel boundary, precisely marking out, excavating and constructing memorial wall footings, erecting an eight post, post and rail fence boundary around the memorial and re-landscaping top soil removed from site corner in farmers adjacent field. A very productive thirteen and a half hour day of remembrance.

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17th April 2021 (Wing Memorial)

The first of materials required for the construction of the Wing 26 O.T.U. memorial were collected and delivered to the site today by Alex and David king.
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24th February 2021

RAF Wing memorial- The tales from The Cublington Crier

With thanks to Gary Brazier and all at ‘The Cublington Crier’ newsletter, for their constant support and efforts to communicate the story of the memorial effort to all the villagers of Cublington, and for the £200 donation to the memorial fund.

A copy of the latest article from this months newsletter has been provided for this Facebook group and a series of features on the history of the airfield will now run right through the Spring.
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18th February 2021

RAF Wing memorial - Greg Smith, MP for Buckingham

Our local MP, Greg Smith, has given his perspective on the importance of the community work underway to finally commemorate those that served at No.26 Operational Training Unit and RAF Wing. He advises:

“My congratulations to all of those that are working together to create this special place of remembrance.

We must never forget the sacrifice that so many made to protect our freedom. We are forever in their debt and our thanks alone could never be enough. It is therefore uplifting to see this community collaboration take place to permanently commemorate the rich history of the former RAF Wing airfield in Buckinghamshire.

This airfield played an important part in the training of operational aircrew from the United Kingdom, and from as far afield as Australia, New Zealand, Canada and many other allied nations. The diverse and energetic young men and women that served here, and the many who made the ultimate sacrifice, have forever gained our respect and gratitude. We will remember them.”

House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
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14th February 2021

Blackburn Buccaneer XN979 Cockpit

This was the response from young Marcus, head of the Blackburn Buccaneer XN979 Cockpit Restoration Project published on his Facebook page.

Another exciting arrival this week was a box containing these.

Marcus was very surprised and thrilled by the surprise donation of 4 useful hydraulic pressure gauges. The central one we purchased is from XV353 so after we've replaced the glass it'll be good to reunite it into his Buccaneer cockpit. A grateful thanks to Alex, Marcus looks forward to showing you the cockpit when you visit.

Donated by World War 2 Relic Hangar (proud sponsor of the Aircrew Remembrance Society)
— feeling happy.

I am always happy to assist anyone I can in support of an aircraft restoration project. Aircraft preservation is an important link to remembrance. The preservation list of the societies support in this field continues to grow and I am happy to follow in my fathers foot steps in the preservation field.
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13th February 2021.

On Saturday Alex and I met with the land owner at Wing Airfield to confirm the Wing Memorial site location, here are a few shots of the site and a short video showing the area that has been kindly allocated for our use. You will see that on the corner of the field we have been allocated, that it is situated next to a perimeter track and that the concrete road is currently being reinstalled, which will provide a good clean access to the memorial when complete. A special thanks to land owner Andrew Alexander for the allocation of this section of his land for the memorial construction. Also for spending time with us on the day to discuss our plans and design which he kindly approved. Thanks also to Simon Clark the builder who will be involved in the construction of the memorial who was also kindly in attendance, on a very cold day indeed!
David King. Chairman, Aircrew Remembrance Society.
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12th February 2021 Kracker Archive

First published on our Aircrew Remembrance Society.com site that ran from 2007 to 2012, this detailed document kindly supplied to us by Tom Kracker, with many additional entries supplied by our Luftwaffe Historian Melvin Brownless, make this a comprehensive document relating to Luftwaffe aircrew losses. We are pleased to be able to republish it here now in its rightful place.

Due to circumstances beyond our control, this archive along with all our previously recorded work was until now unavailable, and has been now reinstated as part of our process of rebuilding many previously lost files.
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22nd January (Behind the scenes work on the 26 O.T.U Memorial Project)

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20th January 2021

RAF Wing Memorial - The Leighton Buzzard Observer has today reported on this groups work to build and unveil the memorial to RAF Wing, and included a link to the fast growing fund.
With our thanks to their reporter John Mason for his work, and to the LBO for the kind permission to reproduce their piece.
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15th January New Update -

26 O.T.U. (Operational Training Unit)
Wing Airfield War Diary
(In association with The Wing Airfield Memorial)
Updates to our About Us Section, new members of the Society.
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9th January ARMS (Updates to Finmere Memorial)

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9th January 2021 26 O.T.U. Wing Airfield Memorial Fundraiser Established.

Today Alex king has set up a fund raiser in support of a memorial for all those who flew from R.A.F. Wing with No. 26 O.T.U. in particular those who were lost. The memorial will also focus on the airfields rich history and the remembrance of other related tragic incidents.
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27th December 2020 26 O.T.U. Wing Airfield Memorial Facebook Page Established

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25th December 2020

A Merry Christmas to all followers and supporters

Remembrance Day Is Every Day!
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20th November 2020 ARMS Continued Work Towards Saving Finmere Control Tower

Email sent to Andy at Lone Star Land.
(As to this date 9th January 2021 no reply)

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8th November 2020 Remembrance Sunday

Owing to the Covid-19 pandemic and in light of the risks posed, the annual Remembrance Sunday March Past the Cenotaph will not take place this year. Many of us will not be able visit our normal places and memorials for our own acts of Remembrance, therefore our annual Remembrance Sunday visit to Botley Cemetery will also not take place this year. Botley has been our Annual pilgrimage to remember fallen aircrew for over 50 years, of the 580 servicemen buried there, 457 of them are airmen killed in aircraft crashes in Buckinghamshire and surrounding counties. Standing there on the day with detailed knowledge of the fate of hundreds of individuals, with hundreds of faces from our archives etched in your memory, makes it a most poignant and moving accession that will be sadly missed. Today at the 11th hour many of us will be alone with our thoughts, perhaps making them even stronger!
At the going down of the sun and in the morning. We remembered them.
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7th November 2020

Stewkley Wing and Cublington History Group, Face Book Page set up by The Aircrew Remembrance Society. This along with a number of other local area related pages was to help raise awareness of the societies numerous on-going remembrance and memorial projects in Buckinghamshire.
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20th October 2020 ARMS Continued Work Towards Saving Finmere Control Tower

Finmere planning application for the construction of roadside services (Garage and Coffee shop) This has been submitted to Buckinghamshire Council (Aylesbury Vale) Interesting to note that the tower location falls well outside these construction plans on the extreme southern boarder.
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27th September 2020 Overstrand Remembrance Page Added

The crash site of this very rare aircraft was investigated by The Aircrew Remembrance Society on the 18th and 19th September 2020. A minutes silence was held in memory of the crew prior to the investigation. A link to our Remembrance page for the crew is attached, a further page link will be added shortly relating to finds once they have all been examined, cleaned and sorted.

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18th-19th September 2020 Overstrand Crash Site Investigation.

The crash site of this very rare aircraft was investigated by The Aircrew Remembrance Society on the 18th and 19th September 2020. A minutes silence was held in memory of the crew prior to the investigation.
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4th July 2020 New Luftwaffe Remembrance Pages Added

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21st June 2020 Father's Day (We Will Remember them!)

ARMS Charity
Join today to help us remember all these boys!
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7th June 2020 New Luftwaffe Remembrance Pages Added

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6th June 2020 D Day We Will Remember Them!

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6th June 2020

ARMS Charity has now discovered Lone Star Land Ltd details of the proposed Finmere Airfield Concept.

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16th May 2020

New Remembrance Pages added -
R.A.F. ,Luftwaffe & U.S.A.A.F. have all been updated.

Further work behind the scenes for the new ARMS Charity society
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3rd May 2020

New Luftwaffe Remembrance Pages.
Updates to current Luftwaffe Remembrance pages and other.

Photo colour credit (DBColour)
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28th March 2020

Work on promoting the new group today!

Aircrew Remembrance Memorials Society (ARMS)

Join today and help us remember thousands of forgotten Boys! Largely forgotten in our nations history. Save Finmere Tower!
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11th March 2020

ARMS charity bank account opened.

ARMS Charity Established.

The Aircrew Remembrance Society has offered assistance and sponsorship to this newly formed charity.

This will include sponsorship for the ARMS Charity website to be incorporated on the Aircrew Remembrance Society3 website.

It will also provide all previous records established in relation to the tower memorial project, along with all relative contact details in relation to land owner and site developers.

Please join and show your support at

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4th April 2020

New R.A.F. Remembrance Pages Added.

Further work still going on behind the scenes for the new group
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28th March 2020

New Memorial Video Added to our Youtube Channel.

For more Aircrew Remembrance Videos on our Channel please see


Join ARMS today and help support this currently overlooked field of remembrance for those not lost serving in front line squadrons.

Please Join
Here Today

On The Barren Land Where They Fell
Memorials Will Stand

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28th March 2020

New Luftwaffe Remembrance Pages Added.
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1st February 2020

New U.S.A.A.F. Remembrance Pages Added.
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25th January 2020

New R.A.F. Remembrance Pages Added.
Further work behind the scenes regarding ARMS.
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19th January 2020

Further updates across the website, including our social media pages.

Please do follow us on our
instagram thank you.

#ARMSRememberMe #AircrewRemembranceSociety
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11th January 2020.

Site updates including new entries to the Diary.
New Luftwaffe losses added.
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26th December 2019

New Loss pages added to U.S.A.A.F and Luftwaffe
Memorial Tower Project updates added.
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14th December 2019

Site update -

New loss pages added too R.A.F and Luftwaffe
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4th December 2019.

M.O.D. Licence is granted for Overstrand K4564.

This crash site will now be investigated autumn 2020 when access to the land will become available following the harvest.

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15th November 2019.

Licence application for investigation into the crash site of Wellington LN536.

Back in August we reported on our visit to the crash site of Wellington LN536, with the help of Local historian John Panter, who kindly showed us the general location of a wellington crash witnessed by him at the time. Contact was made with the Land owner and an application for a Licence was made to the M.O.D.

Sadly today we received the following:

David, Further to your licence application for the Wellington LN536, as you will see from the attached, regrettably we are unable to issue a licence because of the concern of possible human remains still at the site because of the nature of the accident despite the crew have known graves.

Following this sad news that remains of the crew are still believed to remain there, we feel that as a result of this information that this most poignant site deserves a memorial of some kind. We are there for now making plans for such an undertaking.
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10th November 2019
(Annual Service of Remembrance Botley Cemetery)

On Remembrance Sunday David and Alexander King visited Botley Cemetery to pay their respect, many photographs and videos were taken on the day -

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Videos taken on the day along with many others taken by the Society can be found on our Youtube channel here
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9th November 2019

Memorial to crew of Lancaster II 408 Squadron.

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4th November 2019.

Banners on Main Street. 

As a result of our contact with relatives of Lancaster pilot Elmer Winn, the family in turn notified their local Canadian Legion regarding the forth coming memorial dedication. The Legion decided to make Elmer the focus of their town’s remembrance this year, and as a result banners with Elmer’s photo on hang from every lamp stand on Main Street in his home town  

From Susan Winn To: David King.

4 Nov 2019 at 18:05

Our town has finally decided to recognize our hero’s. Banners on Main Street. 

We heard that our town in coordination with our Legion wants pictures and info so we gave them what we had.  Glad to see them up. Every light stand has one.

David King To: Susan Winn

4 Nov 2019 at 19:01
Wow! That is so wonderful Susan! There he is up there where he belongs, this gallant boy there for his entire town to see and remember, God bless him!

Warm regards,

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31st October 2019.

(Lancaster LL720 Memorial)

Items prepared and sent to Holland for memorial service by The Aircrew Remembrance Society, in preparation for memorial dedication 9th November 2019, to the crew of Lancaster II LL720.

Framed photo of pilot Elmer Winn with inscription proposed by relatives in Canada unable to attend service. “Thank you for giving up your life for us to be free”

A Poppy wreath along with inscriptions for all the crew, sent on behalf of the society.

Named Wooden crosses in remembrance of all seven crew members.
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26th October 2019 (New Facebook Group Created)

Buckinghamshire At War 1939 - 1945 Facebook group was created in support of the Finmere memorial tower project relating to Buckinghamshire Aviation and other world war II activity in the county.

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24th October 2019.

Contact made with relatives of Lancaster LL720’s pilot Elmer Winn.

Today our Chairman David searching for relatives of Elmer Winn, located a phone number for a Susan and David Winn in Elmer’s home town of Stouffville, Ontario Canada. David phoned this number in Canada and Susan and her husband were indeed related.
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1st October 2019

Details of New Memorial to be unveiled in The Netherlands. (Lancaster Aircrew Memorial)

The society has been cooperating with Dutch Historian Jaap Geenson for many years. In 2014 our chairman David King was able to identify items recovered by Jaap on the Dutch coast line, as coming from a Lancaster aircraft. A memorial to the crew of this Lancaster II, LL720 408 Sqdn, will now be unveiled on the 9
th November 2019. The relatives of two of the crew members have been located, those of F/O J. Bonneville, RCAF and P/O E. Dramnitzki, RCAF. The search continues for relatives of the other five.

contact the site if you are in anyway related or have any information that you feel may help in tracing them.

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26th September 2019.

Relatives of Lancaster LL720’s Air/Bomber, F/O. John Raymond Bonneville traced.

Following work by our Chairman David King, relatives of F/O Bonneville (Pat and Terrie Bonneville) have now been traced, and will be attending the memorial service to the crew of LL720.

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14th September 2019 (Save Finmere Tower)

Further 13 O.T.U loss remembrance page constructed relating to another local crash in connection with our Tower Project.

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17th August 2019

Crash Site Investigation.

Following our investigation the previous weekend we again met with John to confirm the Wellington crash location and provide us with a six figure map reference, required for the licence application to investigate the site. This being the final requirement for the preparation of the licence document, John was then able to approach the farmer on our behalf to complete the document confirming his permission for the investigation.
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11th August 2019

Site updates:

Remembrance page constructed relating to the loss of current Wellington investigation. 10th August.

Remembrance page constructed relating to Miles Master II crash site investigation. 10th August.
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10th August 2019

Crash Site Investigation Miles Master II

Remembrance page relating to this incident has been constructed.

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10th August 2019

Crash Site Investigation F5 Olney.

Following recent research which uncovered the crash report relating to an F5 Lightning the land owner was approached with the view to a investigation. It later transpired that the site had already been investigated by the Twinwood Farm Group. It was therefor unlikely that much of the aircraft still remained following their investigation along with the photographic evidence provided by the crash report. With the land owners permission we took the opportunity to photograph and record the crash area for use in a fourth coming remembrance page in relation to this incident.
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10th August 2019

Eye witness to wellington crash prompts new investigation into a tragic loss. Local historian John Panter kindly showed us the general location of a wellington crash witness by him at the time. This site is now under further investigation.
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3rd August 2019. (Finmere Airfield)

Following our successful visit to the Shelswell festival on the 13th July, on the 3rd August we decided to spread the word at the towers home itself by attending the Saturday car boot fair, to enlighten those there of the threat to our Tower and their car boot activity. A large number of visitors visited our stall and offered support and the willingness to sign our on line petition. It was also a great moment to meet with Char Owen a dedicated supporter of our cause on this site, who also kindly took the opportunity to make a personal donation to the Tower project. In closing I must also thank my son Alexander, who painstakingly approached all stall holders which must have totalled over 100, to present them with a leaflet and take time to explain the plight of our Tower.

David King. Chairman, Aircrew Remembrance Society.
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13th July 2019

Shelswell History Festival.

As promoted here in recent weeks the society attended the Shelswell History Festival 13th July 2019, following the kind invitation from show organiser Alice Goodall, with the view to promote awareness of the tower project.

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6th July 2019

Aircraft Crash Site Investigation.

Rare Boulton Paul Overstrand site located. M.O.D. Licence applied for.
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5th July 2019

The Society posted a moving extract from our guest book onto our Luftwaffe Facebook page, this posting would in turn result with details of a similar story which enabled us to create a new remembrance page for a Whitley crew.

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29th June 2019

New Additions Today.
RAF Veterans section updates.
Luftwaffe losses added.
Updates to USAAF 1942.
Historic Diary Entries.
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22nd June 2019

New Additions Today.
Moving film recording daughters visit to the crash site of his aircraft B-25 Mitchell FL193. This shows the unveiling of the Societies memorial to the crew by Trish Masters in memory of her father Sgt Eric Bailey R.A.A.F. now viewable
HERE on our YouTube Channel.
New Luftwaffe loss records added.
Finmere Tower Development.
As ten days had passed without a reply from Lone Star Land, a further email was sent to their head office for its attention.
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15th June 2019

New Additions Today.
R.A.F. Veterans page.
R.A.F. Losses.
Society Diary updates current and historical.
U.S.A.A.F. 1942 additions.
Memorial Tower - Stowe School Aircrew losses.
Further developments in relation to F-5 investigation.
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14th June 2019

On the 13th July the Society has been kindly invited to attend the Shelswell Festival, by the Rector at Diocese Oxford Alice Goodall. In preparation for this posters and flyers have now been produced and we have now collected a consignment for distribution.
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14th June 2019

U.S.A.A.F. B-17 42-31469 306th Bomb Group Investigation. C-47 Memorial Fly Past.
This video uploaded today relating to our investigation of this site on the 21st June 2014 under M.O.D. Licence 1773.

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8th June 2019

Our first video uploaded to our YouTube Channel, of our survey undertaken at the crash site of Wellington Mk. X. HZ375 11 O.T.U. October 2012.


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8th June 2019

Aircrew Remembrance Society YouTube Channel Opened.
Over the years a number of short videos have been produced recording some of our activities these are now being introduced on our newly formed YouTube Channel and will be periodically listed in the diary along with other events in relation to the relevant dates they were produced.

To view our YouTube Channel please click the image on the right.

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8th June 2019

Further correspondence with developers regarding planning progress for the Finmere Airfield in connection with our Memorial Tower project.
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1st June 2019

New Additions today.
Further in-depth research into Albert Bates service history.
F-5 13 PS Crash Investigation.
Contact with several land owners has taken place to establish the location and the current land owners of the crash site area.
Further USAF information relating to the build up of the 8th Airforce and the start of operations in the ETO.
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24th May 2019

New Additions added today.
R.A.F. Loss Catorgorys.
Society diary entries.
U.A.A.F. Catorgorys.
New Links Section added.
R.A.F. Veterans section updated with 19 Veterans. One Veteran Albert Bate the Grandfather of Alexander King (Webmaster) page is currently under construction with much more very interesting detail, soon to be added. Construction so far can be viewed via the link below.

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18th May 2019

New additions added today.
Aditions to all loss catorgorys.
Society diary enteries .
An important historical contribution undertaken in 1983 for inclusion in our aircraft preservation section. This relates to Spitfire IX MK297 (direct link to this article below)

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4th May 2019

New Additions added today.
R.A.F losses.
Stowe School Aircrew losses.
(This comprehensive list of the 86 school boy airmen killed during WWII, recently compiled by our chairman, has now received its first two detailed loss related remembrance pages).

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3rd May 2019.
New book release Jan Jolie and Cees Joosen. World War II aircraft and crew losses over the Netherlands, in the areas of Oosterhout, Den Hout, Dorst and Oosteind.

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17th November 2018

New twitter account opened today.
You can now follow us by clicking the image right.-

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11th November 2018

Botley Cemetery Oxford, Today 11a.m. 11-11-18. Buried here are 743 service men and women from both world wars, including 461 Aircrew killed in Buckinghamshire and surrounding counties.
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11th November 2018

Framed illustrated memorial presented to the Royal British Legion Winslow. First displayed in Winslow church, now preserved in the Legion hall.
In memory of the 4 aircrew and 13 civilians tragically killed in the Winslow air disaster when on the 7th of August 1943 when a Wellington aircraft X3790 from No. 26 O.T.U. crashed into the Winslow high street demolishing the Chandos Arms and 3 of Rose Cottages terrace dwellings numbers 4, 6 and 8.
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11th November 2018.

Remembrance Day Memorial display to airman killed in Buckinghamshire and surrounding counties, placed at Finmere Control Tower.
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5th October 2018.

The Societies long history of support in the role of aircraft preservation and restoration for the last five decades continues with this instrument donation by our webmaster, Alexander King for this flying Hurricane rebuild, V7497.
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12th August 2018

The three domain names recently purchased, have now been prepared for use in the individual construction of the three main loss sections to be recorded on our new website, Aircrew Remembrance Society3.com. Facebook pages with direct contact to these individual sections, will be set up to provide notification when new related material in each category is added.

11th August 2018

Three new domains acquired -

25th May 2018.

Aircrew Remembrance Society launches Petition to Save Finmere Control Tower.
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18th May 2018.

Eye witness to three WW2 aircraft crashes provides the society with valuable historical information, sites now being researched for possible further investigation.
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28th March 2018

Donation of part from Spitfire P9469 donated to The Hornchurch Aerodrome Historical Society.
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17th February 2018

New website under construction.

16th February 2018

New domain name acquired.

Following the loss of our first website along with its domain name (aircrewremembrancesociety.com)
Which ran from (2007 - 2012) when it suddenly was removed from the web.

We believed that we had placed this in safe hands, but sadly it was removed from our control by this person we had trusted, through dishonest and corrupt methods beyond our control.

To insure our site was returned to the web as soon as possible we purchased the domain - (aircrewremembrancesociety.co.uk)
Which ran from (2012 - 2018)
By 2018 this proved to be inadequate for future expansion to a wider audience and development in size, therefor this new domain
Has now been purchased to rebuild a new site, to felicitate many additional sections that will cover multiple historical related activities by the group over five decades, now to be constructed in the societies Diary. Along with the continuation of our multiple aircrew loss remembrance pages. (2018 - precent)

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