Flying Officer Victor Stephenson Neill (127166) served in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve during the Second World War. He was the son of Samuel James Neill and Sarah Jane Neill of Belfast. Victor was one of 21 recruits to the Royal Air Force who carved their names into the new guitar of Sergeant Sydney Ireland as they departed Belfast for training.
Flying Officer Neill died on 4th May 1943 aged 24 years old while serving in R.A.F. 611 Squadron. He was the pilot of Supermarine Spitfire IX EN567 when it disappeared over the North Sea.
Neill has no known grave and his name is on Panel 127 of the Runnymede Memorial, Egham, Surrey, England. His name is also on the memorial at Royal Belfast Academical Institution.