Came upon some pics of RAF Killadeas i had'nt seen before. RAF Killadeas was based at Gublusk Bay beside Castle Archdale on Lough Erne in Northern Ireland. It was 131 (coastal) operational training unit flying catalinas. Also can anyone give the details of the following accident:- Flying Officer Frank Herbert Grainger 16 October 1943 131 Operational Training Unit, Royal Canadian Air Force Service Number J/12769 Irvinestown, Church of Ireland Churchyard, County Fermanagh, Ireland. Age 20 Son of Herbert and Amy Grainger. Husband of Joyce E. B. Grainger, New Westminster, B.C. After attending school in Rosedale and graduating from Chilliwack High School, Frank Grainger joined the R.C.A.F. His early flight training was conducted at Boundary Bay and at Claresholm, Alberta. In Claresholm he was awarded his pilot's wings and commissioned in July 1942. In September he married his high school sweetheart, Joyce Ker of Sardis and was posted to a Coastal Command Squadron located in Scotland. With this unit Frank flew Sunderland aircraft on anti-submarine patrols. He was transferred to Northern Ireland to serve with 131 Operational Training Unit. His Catalina aircraft crashed at the St. Angelo (VHF) receiving station in the county of Fermanagh. All crewmen and passengers were killed. A pair of candlesticks and plaque were donated in his memory to St. John the Baptist Anglican Church.