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R. A. F. memorial - Reykjavik, Iceland




Royal Air Force Coastal Command 251 Meterological Squadron
Reykjavik, Iceland - 1st August, 1944 to 30th October, 1945


R. A. F. memorial - Reykjavik, Iceland
R. A. F. memorial - Reykjavik, Iceland R. A. F. memorial - Reykjavik, Iceland R. A. F. memorial - Reykjavik, Iceland


A memorial dedicated to two aircrews who failed to return
from weather reconnaisence flights over the North-Atlantic,
probably due to severe weather conditions.
9th November, 1944 - Hudson FK 752

F/O. B. F. Lambert
F/Sgt. H. J. E. Syms
L/AC. I. B. Martin
F/Sgt. J. D. Jenner, R. A. A. F.
F/Sgt. R. A. Smith, R. A. A. F.
17th March, 1945 - Hudson FK 739

F/O. W. A. Hughes
F/O. W. T. Evans
Sgt. R. A. Fielding
F/O. E. H. McDonald, R. A. A. F.
F/O. G. C. Yorkston, R. A. A. F.
We will remember them
The surviving members of 251 Squadron take pride in
presenting this memorial on the 60th anniversary of
the time spent at Reykjavik, Iceland.


Elaine McCrorie discovered this memorial in the Fossvogur cemetery in Reykjavik. Thanks, Elaine.



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