Robert Greer served with the Royal Marines during World War Two. He died off the coast of Belgium on 2nd November 1944 during the Battle of Walcheren.
Edward Weir, the son of a Scottish rivetter in Belfast's shipyards, died on 14th January 1947 after treatment in the UVF Hospital, Upper Galwally, Belfast.
Francis Martin McGirr
Able Seaman Francis Martin McGirr from Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 11th January 1942 on board HM Hospital Ship Vasna while serving in the Royal Navy.
Spitfire P7823 crash at Derrymacash, Co. Armagh
7th January 2019
On 7th January 1942, Supermarine Spitfire P7823 in the capable hands of Pilot Officer Walter Bartholomew McManus crashed at Derrymacash, Co. Armagh.
William John McNabney
William John McNabney served in the Royal Engineers, Ulster Division during World War One and died in January 1941 in a UVF Hospital, Belfast, Co. Antrim.
George Henry Smith
Skipper George Henry Smith was an experienced sailor, having first taken to the seas aged 15 years old. He died in Belfast, Co. Antrim on 4th January 1944.
Private Alfred Collins served with 9th Battalion, East Surrey Regiment when he died in Belfast, Co. Antrim on Home Defence duties on 4th January 1943.
Jack Angew's D-Day Jump
An audience at the 2008 American Vetereans' Center conference hear the story of Jack Agnew's D-Day jump. Born in Belfast, Jack was in "The Filthy Thirteen".