Keith John Masters                          Updated:  03 FEB 2017

 a019005.htm Surname: Masters Init: K J Rank: F/O Service: RAF Sqdn: 42

P_link: p042.htm Plane: BFO W6477 Operation: Patrol Crash_site: Near Agger

Crash_d: d130841 Buried_d: b070841 C_link: c019.htm At_Next: Frederikshavn, gr. 3

Den 3. august 1941 blev BFO W6477 skudt ned ved Agger (omkring her) under en patruljeflyvning over Skagerrak.
Hele besætningen omkom. De 4 flyvere blev begravet i Frederikshavn den 7. august 1941.
(Kilde: FAF)

Flying Officer (Pilot) Keith John Masters, 20 år, var søn af Stanley M. og Gertrude J. Masters, Roydon, Essex, United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC) 4 flyvere. 

On 3 August 1941
BFO W6477 was shot down at Agger (about here) on a patrol flight over the
All of the crew perished. The 4 airmen were buried in Frederikshavn on 7 August 1941. (Source: FAF)

Flying Officer (Pilot) Keith John Masters, 20, was the son of Stanley M. and Gertrude J. Masters,
of Roydon, Essex, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)
All you had hoped for all you had you gave to save mankind

This Bristol Beaufort was from RAF Coastal Command. See  RAF - 42 Squadron and No. 42 Squadron.

It took off from RAF Leuchars at 05.35 hrs on 03 AUG 1941 with 4 x 250 lb. bombs on a Rover Patrol
to the Norwegian Coast.
Hit by flak and crashed at Agger, Denmark. No survivors. (Source: MACR)
4 airmen.