Im looking for further info on my grandfather Flight Sgt. John Morrison Weir. He flew as an Air Bomber on Lancaster Bomber PB265 and was shot down over France on 24 July 1944. He escaped but his pilot F/o Sarvis DFC was killed. The plane was found in Liesville 1989 and his body buried then. My grandfather was hidden by the French Resistance and made it home. I have his log book from that day,which says...Stuttgart...........Missing. Any info on the location of the wreckage or Sgt Weir would be much appreciated. His crew were: F/O R.J. Sarvis, USAAF +; Sgt. A. Balfour evd; Sgt. R.T. Gordon, RCAF evd; Sgt. J.M. Weir evd;Sgt. J. Coates evd; Sgt. E. Reed evd; Sgt. T.A. Clark, RCAF evd. The service history of the Lancaster is: 576 Sqn UL-V2, UL-W2 Found this interesting article online : http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/art...ly-target-civilians-A-new-book-says-YES-.html What does the UL-V2 signify?