Submitted by Name: Ian Stark From: Sheffield E-mail: Contact
Comments: An old friend who knew of my father's history pointed me in the direction of this website and what a find.
My father (Dr John Stark)is a former Barracuda pilot (Furious) and will be fascinated in this project. I would be happy to pass on any questions you may have regarding the aircraft and I am sure he would have a go at answering them.
Good luck with your endeavours - we will watch the progress.
Added: June 6, 2013
Submitted by Name: Paul Holtom From: Thatcham Berkshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: I used to live near the crash site of DP872. When I was 13 years old in 1971 I watched the recovery team at work.
I would like to pay tribute to the crew who tragically died in the crash. They were so young 19, 21, and 22 years old.
Their bodies lay in their aircraft for nearly 26 years before they were recovered and buried in a local churchyard at Eglinton, Derry, N' Ireland. May they rest in peace.
Added: May 25, 2013
Submitted by Name: Crispin Morton From: Salisbury E-mail: Contact
Comments: I am the son of a Barracuda Looker (Bill Morton, S/Lt RNVR, 810 & 744 NAS) - died in 1999. I myself was a Naval Pilot (Lynx & Sea King). I have always regretted that there are no Barras left anywhere, so I think this project is fantastic, and I will follow it avidly; can't wait to see the finished (if that's the word!) article.
Added: May 11, 2013
Submitted by Name: Alain Douglas From: Newcastle E-mail: Contact