Pilot Officer Alexander William Valentine Green of Lurgan, Co. Armagh died on 11th September 1940. He took part in the Battle of Britain.
Arthur Buckby Sinton died on 26th June 1943 aged 27 years old when his Boulton Paul Defiant went down during a Mandrel mission over Gelsenkirchen, Germany.
Sergeant Charles Cecil McKenna of Belfast, Co. Antrim died on 12th April 1944 when Avro Lancaster ME752 disappeared without a trace on a bombing raid.
Sergeant Charles Lambert Hamilton of Belfast died on 4th September 1943 while on a bombing raid over Germany with R.A.F. 100 Squadron.
Sergeant Desmond Edwin Sproule Sidney-Smith of Belfast, Co. Down died on 28th March 1942 when his Mark I Short Stirling bomber came down in the North Sea.
Squadron Edward Workman Lindsay died on 12th August 1944 when H.M.S. Onslow shot down the Liberator EV878 of R.A.F. 224 Squadron over the Bay of Biscay.
Sergeant George Fleck of Glengormley, Co. Antrim died on 5th September 1942 on a bombing raid over Bremen, Germany with R.A.F. 207 Squadron.
Pilot Officer Hugh Conn Thompson of Co. Down died on 22nd June 1943. Lancaster LM330 was on a night-time raid over Krefeld, Germany with RAF 44 Squadron.
Flight Sergeant Ian Edward Maitland Borley, born in Éire and resident of Co. Armagh, was among the first fatalities of the Second World War.