I have updated the pages relating to John Vincent. More information has been added and links updated.
Just before D-day, in June 1944, a Halifax was shot down attempting to deliver Belgian SOE agents. This page gives the fate of all 11 people involved in the incident:
Sometimes it wasn’t enemy action that could cause an aircraft not to return. On 16 Dec 1943, the RAF sufferred its biggest losses when returning aircraft were unable to see airfields and runways due to a blanket of fog covering England:
If you have not visited these pages before there are a number of memories – some written by the actual family members themselves and others put together from other documents by myself. You can see them all here.