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Second World War RAF veteran Jim Flint gives his seal of approval to a war memorial at Halam in Nottinghamshire dedicated to seven airmen killed in a plane crash in 1943.
This memorial to seven airmen killed in a plane crash during the Second World War at Halam, near Southwell, will be given the official seal of approval by the oldest surviving RAF war veteran, Jim Flint. He will be meeting local people who campaigned for the memorial to be erected.
The oldest and one of the most decorated RAF veterans will meet people in Southwell today. They've been campaigning for years to get a memorial plaque in memory of seven RAF pilots who were involved in a crash there.
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Jim Flint, the oldest and most decorated surviving RAF war veteran, will be in Nottinghamshire today unveiling a memorial to seven airmen.