Norman Clements Keenan

Sergeant Norman Clements Keenan died on 21st May 1942 on a training flight accident in Airspeed Oxford BG207 near the village of Egmanton, Nottinghamshire.

Sergeant

Norman Clements Keenan

934645

Sergeant Norman Clements Keenan of Belfast, Co. Antrim served in RAF No. 14 (Pilots) Advanced Flying Unit in 1942 when his plane was in an accident in Nottinghamshire.

Sergeant Norman Clements Keenan (934645) served in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during World War Two. He was the son of William John Keenan and Elizabeth Keenan of Belfast, Co. Antrim.

He died on 21st May 1942 aged 22 years old. He was the pilot of Airspeed Oxford BG207 with RAF No. 14 (Pilots) Advanced Flying Unit when it crashed on a night time training exercise at Hall Farm, Egmanton, Nottinghamshire. Sergeant TH Campbell of the Royal Canadian Air Force also died in the crash.

Norman Clements Keenan’s grave is in Glenalina Extension, Section G, Grave 15 of Belfast City Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim.

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