It was in February 1958 in the most tragic of circumstances that Harry became 'The Hero of Munich'. It was a cold wet and icy day that saw many of his young friends lose their lives in the burning fusilage of British European Airways Flight 609 on the runway of Munich Airport. Many programmes have been made, books written, memories recalled about the most devastating day in the life of Harry Gregg as he watch his team mates perish around him. Despite the dangers to himself he helped many of those who could not help themselves out of the wreckage of the plane that crashed on its 3rd attempt to take off on its final leg to Manchester from Munich. Harry Gregg went above and beyond the call of duty to save his friends, and a young pregnant woman. In life, this is the most selfless act anyone human being can do for another. Harry talks of the tragedy with emotion as one would expect. It isn't for effect, it is out of friendship and love of losing so many good people, brothers as it were, amongst the debris of that BEA flight. 'Lest we forget'? Harry will never forget. He is a walking miracle, our man, our hero. It's in-bred that he wants no tributes for doing what he says is the normal thing to do. Preserve life at all costs. And that he surely did. For as long as we all live. We should all NEVER forget this ultimate act of kindness.