Private Patrick Graham of Lisburn, Co. Antrim died on 20th November 1944 aged 47 years old. He served in 7th (Home Defence) Battalion, Royal Ulster Rifles.
During the Second World War, members of 325th Service Group served as part of the U.S. Strategic Air Forces Service Command based in Northern Ireland.
Private Wallace J. Demery of 325th Service Group, U.S.A.A.F. died as a result of a motoring incident while based in Northern Ireland on 20th October 1944.
During the Second World War, the Royal Army Medical Corps catered to the diverse healthcare needs of the British Army in all theatres of war across the world.
Lieutenant Colonel Hampton Atkinson Dougan M.C. of Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 20th October 1944 as a result of an illness contracted while working in India.
Corporal George Robinson of Portadown, Co. Armagh was captured while serving in 2nd Battalion, Special Air Service during Operation LOYTON in France in 1944.
Fusilier Alfred Hall of 4 David Street, Portadown, Co. Armagh died on 8th October 1944 while serving with the Royal Irish Fusiliers in the Italian campaign.
Formed in 1942 during the Second World War, The Army Air Corps brought together various airborne units. It is the aviation combat arm of the British Army.
156th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment served in Italy during the Second World War and also during Operation MARKET GARDEN, there sustaining heavy casualties.
Lance Corporal Ernest Lynas of Co. Armagh served in 156th Battalion, The Parachute Regiment during the Battle of Arnhem in Operation MARKET GARDEN in 1944.
Several members of the United States Navy died while serving in Northern Ireland or as a result of incidents off the Irish coast during the Second World War.