RAF Tiree LL186 and LL296 Air Crash

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Reference WMO/276915


Tiree Airport

Crossapol, Isle of Tiree

PA77 6UW


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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Roadside
Description: Stone of remembrance
  • Metal Metal (any)
  • Stone Granite
Lettering: Inscribed on a plaque
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Metal plaque on granite base, outside the Passenger Terminal
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In memory of two Second World War Coastal Command aircrews who tragically lost their lives when/ their Handley Page Halifax aircraft collided over this airfield on Wednesday 16th August 1944/ [16 names]/ This memorial was unveiled by Kenneth Organ on 16th August 2014

Column 1- Flying Officer Kenneth William Organ, Captain, Age 24, RAFVR/ Pilot Officer Barry Waltham Smith, Age 23, RAFVR/ Flying Officer Kenneth Oates, Age 23, RAFVR/ Flying Officer Alexander Paterson, Age 26, RAAF/ Warrant Officer William Arthur Graham, Age 21, RAAF/ Flight Sergeant Ronald Victor Cresswell, Age 23, RAFVR/ Sergeant Arthur Marshall, Age 22, RAFVR/ Sergeant Peter Geoffrey Smith, Age 20, RAFVR; Column 2- Flying Officer Douglas Thomson Turner. Captain, Age 23, RAFVR/ Flying Officer Leonard Revilliod, 2nd Pilot, Age 21, RAFVR/ Flying Officer Thomas Stephens, Navigator, Age 32, RAAF/ Pilot Officer Frank Bradley, Wireless Operator Air Gunner Age 22, RCAF/ Pilot Officer Mortimer Regenstreif, Wireless Operator Air Gunner, Age 23, RCAF/ Warrant Officer Philip Heslop Milne, Wireless Operator Air Gunner, Age 24, RAFVR/ Sergeant Kenneth Williams, Flight Engineer, Age 22, RAFVR/ Sergeant Roy Stevenson, Meteorological Observer, Age 20, RAFVR

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