Martin B-26C (AT-23) 41-35791 of the 322nd Bombardment Group, USAAF crashed on Cronk ny Arrey Laa on the 4th July 1944
|Charles W. Hoover||Major||Pilot||Injured|
|Roy A. Schekzer||Captain||Co-pilot||Killed|
|Floyd E. Swain||1st Lieutenant||Navigator||Killed|
|Robert C. Botsford||1st Lieutenant||Passenger||Killed|
|Morton A. Cundiff||Captain||Passenger||Killed|
|Ralph E. Lowther||Captain||Passenger||Killed|
|Howard Myers Scull||Major||Passenger||Killed|
While being ferried from Andrew’s Field in Essex to Langford Lodge in Northern Ireland the aircraft flew into Cronk ny Arrey Laa on the west coast of the Isle of Man just south of the summit of the hill, it broke up over a fairly wide area with some pieces being destroyed by fire.
Of those who were killed in the crash three were later buried at Cambridge American Cemetery at Madingley near Cambridge.