2nd September in wartime Northern Ireland

On 2nd September 1941, British Army officers were training in Ulster. Two years later, American aircrew members received medals at a Co. Antrim airfield.

British Army training in Ulster

On 2nd September 1941, Senior Officers of 3rd Corps, British Army including Lieutenant General D.F. Anderson partook in a training exercise in Northern Ireland.

Air Medal awarded at Toome

Staff Sergeant George B. Boyte, a B-24 gunner from Lewiston, Idaho, U.S.A. received the Air Medal during a ceremony at U.S.A.A.F. Station 236, Toome Airfield.

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