Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945





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I hope you can help, I am trying to contact a group that may have researched Lancaster RA516 576 Squadron that was shot down on the night of 21 Feb 1945 and crashed near Weert. I found a webpage that seemed to have information about the crash and I think it was ARG. If this is not part of your group can you advise me of a group in the Weert/Eindhoven please.

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Ik ben Joris en ik ben geïnteresseerd voor een lange tijd voor de luchtoorlog boven Nederland. Ik ben ook op het bord in de gemeenschap van de Duitse luchtmacht. Ik opname alle Graver van de Duitse gesneuveld soldaten van Ysselsteyn. Misschien heb ik u bezoeken dit jaar.

Vermist is erger dan dood.
Joris


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I am interested in the Short Stirling III BF-523 which was recovered from the polders in 1971/72 does any one have any information on where the wreckage might be today 2015?

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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


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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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