D’Arcy – He Answered the Call 1918 – 1942

D’Arcy Graham born 1918 at Carstairs, Alberta, Canada. Early in the second world ward he joined the Royal Canadian Air Force and in 1942, whilst on a training mission as a Hurricane fighter pilot flying out of RAF Usworth, near Sunderland, was tragically killed. D’Arcy, as a result of bad weather cashed into High Marley Hill, Gateshead, North East England, and was instantly killed.
The video tells an emotional story of D’Arcy carefully researched by Philip Smith a well-recognised military air crash investigator.