Flight Lieutenant William John McCarroll served in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during World War Two and was killed flying off the coast of Italy.
On 21st November 1945, Aircraftwoman1st Class Elizabeth Cooke died in Belfast, Co. Antrim. She had served with the Women's Auxiliary Air Force in the war.
WARNING: This article on Senior Commander Marjorie Wilson Anderson deals with the issue of suicide. Miss Anderson died in Ballymena, Co. Antrim in 1943.
Born in Ballymena, Co. Antrim, RAF Corporal Samuel Allan died at the hands of the Japanese military while being held prisoner of war on 9th November 1942.
Driver Thomas Harold Erwin from Ballymena, Co. Antrim died in Scotland on 8th November 1941 while serving as a driver with the Royal Army Service Corps.
Pioneer Corps Private Thomas Rafferty lived in Bessbrook, Co. Armagh with his wife Nora. He died on 7th November 1940 having served in both World Wars.
Sergeant John Keatinge Haire was a pilot with RAF 145 Squadron during the Battle of Britain who sacrificed his life to save others on the Isle of Wight.
Lance Corporal William Hendry married his work colleague Mary McMillan of Ballymena, Co. Antrim in 1939, only 2 years before his death on 4th November 1941.
Leading Aircraftman James Patrick Cosgrove is buried in Milltown Cemetery, Belfast, Co. Antrim. He died in November 1946 after serving with the RAF.