Clyde Thomas Young Flight SergeantR/154828Royal Canadian Air Force519 RAF SquadronSeptember 15, 1922Springhill, Cumberland Co., NS April 24, 1942Moncton, NB20March 12, 194422Runnymede MemorialPanel 255 Commemorated on page 485 of the Second World War Book of Remembrance Displayed in the Memorial Chamber of the Peace Tower in Ottawa on October 16Clyde Thomas Young was the son of James and Elizabeth Young, of Springhill, Nova Scotia. Flight Sergeant Young joined 519 Squadron on February 25, 1944. On the morning of March 12, 1944, Ventura Aircraft FN. 958 of Squadron 519, with a crew of five, left RAF Station Skitten, Caithness, Scotland at 8:54 am on a meteorological sortie. Flight Sergeant Young was the Wireless Operator/Air Gunner on the flight. The aircraft failed to return to RAF Skitten. A search by Naval and Air Forces was undertaken but failed to locate the aircraft or members of the crew. The crew was presumed to have been lost at sea.