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VV_Holdenb
05-19-2005, 02:41 PM
Daily mail newspaper in UK today, reported an article titled "Hero of the sands". Parts of a Mosquito was recovered from the Wash "in tidal sands", Norfolk (off the east coast of UK), that crashed some 60 years ago, on a training mission. The remains of two RAF heroes were recovered from the wreckage Flight Lieutenant Ellis (28) and Sergeant Patrick Reidly (20). MOD stated that "some 20,000 RAF men died during the war with no grave. These are just two that we can cross off the list." No details were given on the amount of the Mosquito recovered.

VV_Holdenb
05-19-2005, 02:41 PM
Daily mail newspaper in UK today, reported an article titled "Hero of the sands". Parts of a Mosquito was recovered from the Wash "in tidal sands", Norfolk (off the east coast of UK), that crashed some 60 years ago, on a training mission. The remains of two RAF heroes were recovered from the wreckage Flight Lieutenant Ellis (28) and Sergeant Patrick Reidly (20). MOD stated that "some 20,000 RAF men died during the war with no grave. These are just two that we can cross off the list." No details were given on the amount of the Mosquito recovered.

CapBackassward
05-19-2005, 02:59 PM
May they now 'Rest in Peace'.
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Rick