Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945





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In den Feuchtgebieten gefunden b109 Flugzeug!Vorbereitet, um Informationen über den Verbleib des Geldes zu unterstützen!Informationen 100% genau, können wir den Nachweis erbringen,90% besteht ein Pilotbrauchen einen Übersetzer für die russische Sprache

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looking for any info on Lancaster mk111 ED603 OL-O, My Great Uncle was the flight engineer, but sadly along with all his crew died, they were
Tilbury
Smart
Howsam
Fletcher
Moore
Sprak
Sugar
would be great full for any info


Added: June 19, 2013
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Hi, I'm trying to find out if a 99 Sqn Wellington R1401-LNJ has been located and if so if the mia were found and where they are burried. It was shot down returning from bombing Germany on 09/04/1941and I would like to find where the pilot is buried as he was a very close friend of my fathers. If anyone can give me any information i would be very grateful. Thanks.

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Hallo ARG

Kunnen jullie wellicht ontkennen/bevestigen dat Lancaster W4334 ten onderis gegaan met een 4000 lbs Cookie aan boord? Dit i.v.m. een onderzoek naar de luchtstrijd op 20-12-1942. Bij voorbaat dank!

Groeten uit Venlo, Marcel Hogenhuis


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Short Stirling K710

I was fascinated to read about the discovery of Stirling BK710 on your website. My aunt, Theresa Percival,(nee Maffert), was married to Charles Percival, the rear gunner of this aircraft. Theresa who died about 10 years ago was my mother's sister. None of her sisters are still alive and she and Charles had no children.

Until I read about the dedicated work of the ARG, I had believed that the aircraft had been shot down over Germany, because Charles Percival was buried in
Hamburg. I shall make a point of visiting Marken and the Fort Veldhuis museum when I next visit the Netherlands.

I, and Theresa's other relatives, are very grateful for the efforts of the ARG in keeping alive the memory the crew of BK710.


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Jullie site werd mij opgegeven door Canadese vrienden (sic) en als oud Krommenieer werd ik direct getroffen door de locatie, die ik me heel goed herinner uit mijn jeugd, als wij langs de "heuveltjes" (de vuurlinie rondom Amsterdam) naar Heemskerk fietsten.
Via Papendrecht kwamen wij in 1993 in de gmeente Hellendoorn terecht, waar ik al gauw deel uitmaakte van een groepje, die zich bezighoudt met het verleden van Hellendoorn. Zo kwamen wij er in 2002 toe om een boek samen te stellen (2004: "Opdat niet wordt vergeten") over de 13 geallieerde en 5 duitse vliegtuigen die hier in WO2 neerstortten. Op al die plekken staan v/a 2004 bescheiden gedenktekens. Sofar for now. Succes gewenst!


Added: December 5, 2012
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Thank you so much for your service and dedication to the memory of all those who sacrificed.

My Uncle St. Sgt John E Di Trapani, of Long Beach, California was KIA 07-07-1944 while flying on a B-17 North Star 47-107070 on a bombing mission to Merseberg, GE; his plane collided with another B-17 and crashed at Hoorn. He rests in peace at the American Cemetery at Margraten.

I am interested in any photos or artifacts you may have recovered from that crash or the planes involved in that crash.

My Uncle was flying at his post in the ball turret, and the point of impact of the crash was his ball turret. His remains were recovered from the crash site, 3 days after the crash, and then he was initially buried at the town cemetery on Hoorn, and later moved to Margraten.

I am interested to find any thing that is found from that crash, site and especially the ball turret as a sacred memory and remembrance of my beloved Uncle.
I can be contacted at bewithabob@aol.com


Added: June 21, 2012
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Wisten jullie dat het museum is getipt voor Kijk Zaans?
Vandaag is het ook de tip van de dag bij de openbare groep Kijk Zaans op Facebook:
KijkZaans tip van de dag: Luchtoorlogmuseum Fort Veldhuis
Fort Veldhuis ligt op de grens van Assendelft en Heemskerk en is onderdeel van de Stelling van Amsterdam. Vandaag wordt door historicus Aad Neeven in dit fort een lezing gegeven over de luchtoorlog boven de Zaanstreek.
Het Luchtoorlogsmuseum is getipt op Kijk Zaans door Lex Brakenhoff (Bakkerij Aad Brakenhoff) en Ellen van Veen (Officiële Zaans-Museum)
http://kijkzaans.nl/luchtoorlogmuseum-icarus-mars


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looking for any information or pictures/ film of my Uncle Edward Etzel Jr,,MACR 11371,,,KIA JAN1st 1945,,,ball turrett gunner,,,Hope you can help

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