Remembering first Royal Canadian Air Force members killed in Second World War
from CTV News
On the eve of the Second World War, a small plane operated by Warrant Officer II James Edgerton Doan and Cpl. David Alexander Rennie vanished on its way to patrol for enemy submarines off the coast of Nova Scotia. It wouldn’t be until 1958 — 19 years after the disappearance — that the long lost wreckage of the Northrup Delta 673 would be discovered in a dense forest in central New Brunswick. Now, 80 years later, the soldiers are finally getting the recognition they deserve.
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