2nd Lieutenant Leonard Lavern Koebel died on 3rd October 1942 when USAAF B17 bomber 41-24451 crashed in Co. Antrim en route from Gander, Newfoundland.
By Scott Edgar
12th September 2018
Overhead and Underfoot: Legacies of World War II around Lough Neagh is a two- day conference hosted by Lough Neagh Partnership with a bus tour of WW2 sites.
Sergeant Robert James Vaughan died on 3rd October 1942 when USAAF B17 bomber 41-24451 crashed in Co. Antrim in transit en route from Gander, Newfoundland.
2nd Lieutenant Robert N Allen died on 3rd October 1942 when USAAF B17 bomber 41-24451 came down on Slieveanorra Mountain, Co. Antrim on a ferry flight.
24th June 2019
During World War Two, the United States Army issued a pocket guide to Northern Ireland to help troops settle in to life in Ulster as they prepared for war.
Unites States Army Air Force Private William Harrison Jr. committed a violent crime while based at Cluntoe Airfield on the Co. Tyrone banks of Lough Neagh.
Sergeant William Joseph Devenney of Pennsylvania died on 10th April 1944 when the B26 Marauder "Winnie Dee" crashed on Chimney Rock Mountain, Co. Down.