Pilot Flying Officer Alwyne James Galvin served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force when his De Havilland Mosquito crashed in Co. Down on 14th March 1944.
Pilot Officer William Russell Rattray was a 22 year old pilot from Canterbury, New Zealand serving with the Royal Air Force when he died on 11th March 1942.
Pilot Officer Frederick Hugh Anderson flew with RAF 153 Squadron who reformed at RAF Ballyhalbert on 14th October 1941. The pilot was from New Zealand.
On 16th November 1944, Flying Fortress HB787 came down in Norfolk, England. On board was RNZAF Flight Sergeant Alexander McLaughlin, buried in Co. Antrim.
Acting Sublieutenant John Samuel Hornby of Wanganui, New Zealand was 21 years old when his Supermarine Seafire came down in Co. Tyrone on 10th October 1945.
Pilot Officer Wilson Twentyman served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force during World War Two. He spent a short time in Northern Ireland before his death.
New Zealand born Pilot William Ivan Holmes died on board Liberator KG896 on 19th March 1945 in a Royal Air Force training accident in Northern Ireland.
Royal New Zealand Air Force Flying Officer Harold Eric Hunter died on 16th March 1942 when Wellington X3599 came down in the Mourne Mountains, Co. Down.
Flight Sergeant Lloyd Sidney Dyer served in the Royal New Zealand Air Force. He was fatally injured in an air crash near to RAF Long Kesh, Co. Down in 1943.