The grave of World War II RAF pilot, Guy Gibson in Steenbergen, Netherlands, (buried beside his navigator, Jim Warwick).

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The grave of World War II RAF pilot, Guy Gibson in Steenbergen, Netherlands, (buried beside his navigator, Jim Warwick). Stock Photo
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The grave of World War II RAF pilot, Guy Gibson in Steenbergen, Netherlands, (buried beside his navigator, Jim Warwick).
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Guy Penrose Gibson VC DSO* DFC* crashed on the edge of Steenbergen in the Netherlands on the night of 19th September 1944. He was piloting a Mosquito navigated by Sq Ldr Jim Warwick DFC which disappeared during a mission and crashed, killing both crew members. Gibson is best known for commanding 617 Squadron, the famous Dambusters, who attacked the heart of Germany using the bouncing bomb in 1943.
Location: Steenbergen, Netherlands