Bomber Command Association The Netherlands

BOMBER COMMAND ASSOCIATION The Netherlands

Dutch representative of Bomber Command Association




Ger Boogmans



 


TRYING TO TRACE MISSING ALLIED AIRMEN?
LOOKING FOR INFORMATION OF CRASHED AIRCRAFT?

A few decades ago, I (Ger Boogmans) have made it part of my life to trace missing allied airmen of World War II, who have gone missing over Western Europe, especially The Netherlands.

Through investigation I now have an extensive archive with over 12,000 crashes of mainly Commonwealth Bomber Command aircraft. This information is available for anybody who wants to know anything.


When an aircraft is traced through extensive investigations the information is handed over to the authorities, the Royal Netherlands Air Force Recovery Team.
After permission of the local authorities, they recover the aircraft. When the identification is finished the relatives are informed through the Ministries of Defence and the airmen can finally be buried with full military honours.

As a service i like to offer the next-of-kin and interested parties the opportunity to get information they are looking for.
Living in a free country, we owe it to those who fought for our freedom!

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Information about recovered Halifax

 

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Crash of 12 Squadron Wellington at Terschelling

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Information about missing airmen

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Information about crashed aircraft

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Email

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    WW2 (aviation) links

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    Help by tracing veterans of the U.K./The Ex-Forces Network

prop_rot.gif (4810 bytes)    And this is me ( Ger )


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