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RAF aircraft's crash sites in Province of West-Vlaanderen:
Off the Belgian coast

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Last update: 31/01/22


Elegy to
the Heroes of Silence


* To the 149 Squadron *
* To the crew of LJ501-OJ-H *
* To the monument erected in remembrance *
* Cemetery where rest the crew *
* Cemetery where rest the crew *
* Memorial where the crew is commemoraated *

Crash site of Stirling LJ501-OJ-H
1/06/1944

aircraft
cest raf squadron
Unit: 149 Squadron
Aircraft: Stirling
Code: LJ501-OJ-H
Base: Methwold
Mission: Gardening
Crew officer: P/O McWade J
Incident: No details about the reasons of crash

Location: (Prov. West-Vlanderen)

crash

Facts

Took off from RAF Methwold at 23:22. Presumed down in the sea off the coast of Holland.
Of those who died Sgt Dickenson was washed ashore on 11 June and buried in Vlissingen Northern Cemetery while two rest in Belguim; Sgt Searles at Adegem Canadian War Cemetery and Sgt McWade RCAF at Cement House Cemetery, Langemarck. The others are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.

Sources:
Aviation Safety
The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC)
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)
Aircrew Remembered
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