Lockheed Hudson T9292
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Belonging to 269 Sqn. Crashed on the night of April 30th/May 1st 1941 while returning to RAF Wick after taking part in convoy escort duties. The crew abandoned the Hudson when the pilot could not find a safe place to descend through cloud cover. Three of the crew did not survive the parachute drop.
*--No48 Sqn RAF from the Imperial War Museum Collection.
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Belonging to the A.W.T.F Royal Navy, based at RNAS Lossiemouth. Crashed on 4th September 1957 while taking part in a rocket firing exercise at the Tain bombing ranges. The aircraft left the range after it suffered a 'hang up' of one of the rockets then flew into a hillside while trying to clear it.
**--Wikimedia commons, original author smudge9000.
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Belonging to 818 Naval Air Squadron. Crashed on July 14th 1945 while flying from Fearn to Invergorden. The aircraft hit the southern side of Col Bheinn after flying into mist.
***--From the Imperial War Museum Collection, original author Royal Navy Photographer.