The Roll currently contains the details of 892 servicemen and
covers the period from the Squadron formation in 1942 until it
was disbanded in 1945.
Every entry has been verified against several sources, but
inevitably there will be errors and omissions and I would hope that
you would advise me if this is the case.
I have not presented the Roll in an alphabetical list as perhaps
is usual, but instead shown the casualties in chronological order by
date. This I believe gives a better insight into the appalling
casualty rates at certain periods during the conflict.
There are some of the opinion that those killed in training
accidents and the like should not be included in the Roll,
this is not my view, so these individuals are included.
The Roll of Honour has recently been updated to include
photos of grave sites and Cemeteries.
Currently over 450 sites have been photographed and it is my
intention to add the remainder as time permits.