The US Airforce have flown past Endcliffe park in Sheffield in remembrance of 10 US servicemen who died when their plane Mi Amigo came down.
The plane crashed into woodlands avoiding children playing in Woodland Park.
One of those Children, Tony Foulds has been tending to their memorial as a thank you.
Now the servicemen's sacrifice has been recognised worldwide with a flypast on the 75th anniversary of the incident.
Around ten thousand people witnessed the flypast at Endcliffe Park.