Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945





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@Michael Hutchison,

Please contact the Wings to victory foundation through http://www.wingstovictory.nl/ as they are very active over there !

Paul


Added: April 21, 2010
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Ik ben de neef van Sgt. John B. Hutchison KIA 22 juni 1943 B-17 42-30021 in de Oosterschelde tussen Yerseke en Krabbendijke. Ik ben op zoek naar foto's van het wrak. Dit vliegtuig stortte neer in de modder 1500 meter van de zeewering en was heel zichtbaar. Weet iemand van foto's of waar sommige kunnen worden gevestigd. Weet iemand het gebied van Yerseke goed? Zou onderdelen nog worden begraven in de modder in de Oosterschelde? Neem dan contact op via e-mail asap. Bedankt

Added: February 6, 2010
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Hallo,

Het was afgelopen vrijdag een erg gezellige, interessante en boeiende donateursavond.
Prachtige presentatie van de laatste vondst in het IJsselmeer.
Wat tot nu van het vliegtuig was opgedoken kon worden bekeken in één van de ruimtes van het fort.
Later gezellig een hapje en een drankje in de kantine en bijpraten met bekenden.

Vriendelijke groet,
Perdy Plevier


Added: November 2, 2009
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Ik heb een filmpje gemaakt van het carbidschieten op zondag 18 oktober en dat staat op youtube, dit is de link om er tekomen. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tque8NoCgaM

Groeten Ronald...


Added: October 20, 2009
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I would like to see more information and pictures on the DO-215 recoverred from the Waddenzee.

Added: August 30, 2009
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@Gary Bullock,

The remains of 42-3486 were certainly scrapped by the RNethAF....I have some recovery pictures in a book. If you're interested contact me at paulpatist(at)hotmail.com


Added: August 25, 2009
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My father-in-law was the Babll; turret gunner on B-17 42-3486, which went down in the Zuider Zee 1/11/1944. He parachuted to safety, along with 2 other crew members. I understand thAt 42=3486 was recovered from IJsselmeer in 1967. Also, an on board camera still contain onwe photo of another B-17 in flight. I am intertested in learningnthe whereabouts of the remains of the aircraft, as ell as the location of crew, those who survived and those who did not. Can anyone be of help to me?

Added: August 17, 2009
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Goedendag, wij hebben met vissen een propellerblad gevonden van een Junker 88, zier er nog erg goed uit voor iets wat al 60 jaar op de bodem ligt. We hebben ook een siemens gyromagnetisch kompas gevonden, en een 7.93mm kannon, ook beide van de Junker 88. Mocht iemand intresse hebben, laat het even weten. Mvgr M.M. Westerneng

Added: July 25, 2009
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Great site, and I think what you get up to is wonderful, in that you are making available to the world to see, a moment of time which changed the world we live in. Well done.

Added: July 5, 2009
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My uncle, Ken McColl was on the Halifax HR713 mentioned by Chris Jarret. So far I have only learned that it went down in the Opheusden-Kesteren
region.I would like to contact Chris and learn about lake IJsselmeer being the possible crash site.


Added: May 13, 2009
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