WWII Crew buried 68 years later

The crew of an RAF Boston bomber have been buried with military honours in a war cemetery in Italy, 68 years after their deaths in an ill-fated mission to attack a bridge on the River Po.. The plane’s pilot, Sergeant David Raikes, Navigator Flight Sergeant David Millard Perkins, and wireless operator and air gunner Flight Sergeant Alexander Thomas Bostock, were all 20. Air gunner Warrant Officer John Penboss Hunt, an Australian, was 21. may they now Rest in Peace.


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