Consolidated B-24H 42-51202 of the 310th Ferry Squadron, 27th Air Transport Group, crashed on Snaefell on the 8th June 1944
|Walter Leon Lenox||1st Lieutenant||Pilot||Killed|
|Sampson Scharff||2nd Lieutenant||Co-pilot||Killed|
|Samuel Francis Joseph||Technical Sergeant||Radio Operator||Killed|
|Anthony Francis Bellini||Sergeant||Flight Engineer||Killed|
The aircraft was being ferried from BAD 2 at Warton in Lancashire to Langford Lodge in Northern Ireland during the mid evening of the 8th June 1944. While flying in low cloud the aircraft struck Snaefell killing the four crew. The wreck was found the following day by a police officer leading a group of internees on a hike from Peel.