About a missing plane
A recent report has identified what is believed to be the wreckage of Stirling LJ850 ‘QS-Y’ of 620 Squadron (RAF), that crashed whilst on a mission to drop paratroopers behind German lines.
The crew of LJ850 *1
The aircraft was reputedly part of a three ship formation and disappeared on June 18th 1944, with 23 servicemen on board, – there were no survivors.
There has been considerable speculation about the fate of this aircraft and a number of theories as to what happened to it.
It was last heard from whilst over the English Channel, and initial thoughts were that it crashed into the sea. Other reports state it crashed into high ground on the run-in to the drop zone in the Morvan Mountains area near Les Valottes. A further report states it crashed 100 miles off course in the Savoy Hills, but there were never any reports by the German authorities at the…
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