Squadron Leader Robert William Stanley Marshall was a qualified doctor from Belfast who served with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve at his time of death.
Sergeant Frank M. Seitz Jr. died on 26th May 1945 while serving with 343rd Squadron, 325th Service Group, United States Army Air Force in Northern Ireland.
H.M.S. Offa was an O-Class Destroyer that served with the Royal Navy during the Second World War from 1941. After a long career the vessel was scrapped in 1959.
Private William Wray of Derry~Londonderry served in The Pioneer Corps during the Second World War. He died in his home city in Northern Ireland on 4th May 1945.
Able Seaman James William McBride of Belfast served on the Royal Navy O-Class Destroyer H.M.S. Offa at his time of death on 4th May 1945, days before V.E. Day.
During the Second World War, the Special Operations Executive or S.O.E. waged a secret war of subversion and sabotage behind enemy lines around the world.
In early February 1945, Major James Brian Watt Smyth and- Special Operations Executive Team RAT were ambushed behind enemy lines in Operation LABEL in Burma.
R.A.F. 166 Squadron flew Mark I and Mark III Avro Lancaster bombers in the latter stages of the war. By 1945, the took part in day and night-time sorties.
Flight Sergeant Hugh Henry Teggart of Killough, Co. Down served in R.A.F. 166 Squadron at his time of death on 1st February 1945 while serving in 166 Squadron.
Private Derick Christopher Coomber was the husband of Gertrude Coomber of Larne, Co. Antrim. He served in the Suffolk Regiment during the Second World War.
During the Second World War, 1st Battalion Suffolk Regiment saw action with the B.E.F. at Dunkirk in 1940 before fighting through northwest Europe in 1944-1945.