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Two missing aircrew, Sgt’s John Kehoe and Stanley Mullenger, recovered in Holland September/October 2007, following crash site investigation and research undertaken, (both historical and genealogical), by The Aircrew Remembrance Society in cooperation with the Dutch Airwar Research & Excavation group, and The Dutch Airforce. As a result of this combined operation both crewmen were given full military funerals, and a memorial to the crew was erected at Berkhout where their Hampden aircraft had crashed.

Due to the continued expansion of our remembrance activities, the Aircrew Remembrance Society has now created individual new linked websites for each nation in order to accommodate this expansion, you are therefor now viewing the individual R.A.F. Losses page, by visiting the home page you will have access to all other losses.
Previous archived material still available at 
Alexander D King.  David King. Melvin R Brownless.

Due to the continued expansion of our remembrance activities, the Aircrew Remembrance Society is currently in the process of building this new website, Aircrew Remembrance Society 3.com, this is in order to accommodate further expansion, which will also incorporate our latest project to save the Finmere Watch Tower. We thank you for your previous support of our site and hope you will also support our new hands on memorial venture. Further details regarding this project can be viewed on our Facebook page (Save Finmere Watch Tower) Support is most welcome from anyone wishing to help us save this tower, and we would appreciate if anyone offering support could sign our Tower petition Here. Thank you in advance for your support with this project, our intentions are to turn the tower into a living memorial to all those airman killed during training in Buckingham and surrounding counties , also incorporating a memorial garden, local history museum and learning centre for the county.

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Previous archived material still available at

Alexander D King. (Webmaster and society archivist)
David King. (Chairman, Head of Allied research)
Melvin R Brownless. (Vice Chairman, Head of Luftwaffe research)

This page has been setup for any supporters wishing to be directly involved with the towers preservation. There are many posts to be filled in administration, fund raising, hands on activities and numerous other important roles to assist in its progress. If you feel you could fill any of the positions listed or others that you think could be a valid contribution to this project please get in touch