Short Sunderland DP197
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Crashed on August 14th 1944 after being recalled from a Radar Homing exercise due to bad weather. All 15 occupants were killed.
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Flew into a hillside in cloud on 25th June 1965 while taking part in a target exercise at the Tain Bombing range. The crew did not eject and were killed.
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Crashed on 18th August 1944 while returning to it's base at RAF Ballykelly in Northern Ireland from an anti-submarine patrol over the north Atlantic. The Aircraft encountered bad weather and was diverted to RAF Tain in North east Scotland.
The weather proved to be just as bad in the vicinity of RAF Tain but the B24 was low on fuel so had no choice but to try and land. While descending through cloud it hit high ground above Helmsdale.
**---wikimedia commons,original author Pedro Aragao
***---Original Author Unknown, U.S. Air Force archived photograph