identified by their dental records, an inquest heard yesterday.
Perthshire, on May 27 meant identification had not been possible by
visual means, Wiltshire coroner David Masters told the inquest at
The coroner said the bodies of the eight crew members had been brought
back last Friday to RAF Lyneham, Wiltshire. The body of the ninth crew
member who died had remained in Scotland.
He named the eight whose bodies were flown back as Squadron Leader
Graeme Young, 54, from Cerney Wick, Cirencester, Gloucestershire;
Squadron Leader Stanley Muir, 49, from Christian Malford, Wiltshire;
Flight Lieutenants Stephen McNally, 27, and Graham Southard, 26, and
Flying Officer Jonathan Owen, 23, all from Lyneham; master engineer
Terence Gilmore, 39, from Neston, Wiltshire; Sergeant Alan King, 32,
from Calne, Wiltshire and Lance Corporal Gary Manning, 23, from
The inquest was adjourned for a provisional three months, to be
resumed after other boards of inquiry into the crash have been carried