This week marked the 25th anniversary of a fatal air crash, which took place on the day of the 1986 RAF Brawdy Air Show.

On July 24th, a crowd of around 15,000 watched a £20million American Phantom Jet aircraft take off from Brawdy at around 4pm.

However, just six minutes later it plunged into the sea near Newgale, killing its crew of two.

Those killed were 31-year-old Captain Mark Makowski and Second-Lieutenant Dewayne Danielson, aged 24.

The details of the cause of the crash were never revealed, and the findings of an American Board of inquiry filed away from the public eye across the Atlantic.

Eye-witness reports at the time suggested something had fallen from the plane soon before it plummeted into the sea.