The family of a Cardiff airman has been honoured 70 years after he was killed in action in the Second World War.
Flight Sergeant George Arthur Saunders, from North Church Street in Cardiff, was shot down in his Lancaster Bomber following a raid on Berlin on the 24th March 1944. All but one of his crew mates were also from Wales.
Now, his brother Ted and nephew Phil Saunders along with other family members will collect a number of military medals in honour of his wartime service.
"We are honoured to be able to remember and recognise the service and sacrifice made by Flight Sergeant George Saunders, and to ensure his family received his service medals in his memory" - Wing Commander Phil Sagar
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