Martin Charters was presented with a Bomber Command clasp to wear on the ribbon of his war medal
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WW2 Bomber Command veteran Martin Charters honoured

A 93-year-old County Down man who survived more than 40 World War Two bombing missions is being honoured at a ceremony in his hometown.

Killyleagh man Martin Charters was an RAF air gunner, flying in Halifax and Lancaster bombers.

He was presented at Down District Council with a Bomber Command clasp to wear on the ribbon of his war medal.

Conor Macauley reports.