This is a record of the recovery of
A Brewster built Corsair II JS590, 759
Squadron Yeovilton on 09/09/07
Corsair II JS590, 759 Squadron Yeovilton. Spun at about 4500
ft during dog fighting exercise. Late recovery, dived into
field near Charlton Mackrell, 13th January 1945.
Richard Catlin Scriminger, 22, Buried Scarborough (Manor
This aircraft was according to a local
eye witness subject to a thorough recovery at the time of its crash lasting a
week. It would appear that the team have recovered what was thrown back into
the hole. I will add text to the picture's tomorrow as I want to go to bed.
these picture's are original and subject to copyright. If you wish to use them
contact me and I will seek the permission of the team.
How it looked before the crash
The Gun Button
Seen Below in situ in a Corsair
In situ in a Corsair
In Situ in a Corsair