In the past years Crash has had many visits by veterans and their descendants

visits by veterans1995, From Left to Right :

John D. Carmichael (RAAF Spitfirepiloot no. 453 squadron.)
Jack D. Sharp (RNZAF piloot Lockheed Ventura no. 487 squadron)
Cyrill M. Mora (RNZAF, radio-operator Short Stirling no. 15 squadron)

visits by veteransNovember 2007 the Irish family ‘O Callaghan visited the monument for the RAF Vickers Wellington, no 12 squadron, code PH-C, W-5361 situated in the Rozenstraat (formely known as Akerdijk) in Badhoevedorp. The monument is placed close to the site where the Wellington crashed on May 31sy, 1942. All crewmembers were killed.

Standing in the centre with blue coat Mary ‘O Callaghan (sister of the frontturretgunner William J. ‘O Callaghan) on the left here children Liam, Hyacint en Kieran. Righthandside of Mary , Henk Rebel, Mr. J. Ossewaarde en Jan Springintveld.

visits by veteransElaine and Lloyd Campbell vist the grave of their uncle pilot of an RAF Lancaster R.F. Campbell (RCAF) at the New Ooster Cementary in Amsterdam, July 2009

visits by veteransMay 2008. RAF navigator Cy Grant (sitting in the chair) came to visit the museum together with a cameracrew of the BBC, making a documentary about his unvoluntary landing in Nieuw Vennep, when his Lancaster bomber blew up.

Visit of RAF Bomber Command and Operation Manna veterans. May 2010