RAAF WORLD WAR II ROLL OF HONOUR FOR NEW SOUTH WALES

The RAAF Roll of Honour for New South Wales remembers those who enlisted in New South Wales during World War II and did not return.

The Roll will be colour coded to illustrate the distribution of RAAF Aircrew Members by attachment to other Air Forces’ units as the result of Article XIV of the Empire Air Training Scheme. The names of RAAF Members who died while serving in RAAF units are shown in BLUE, in RED for those attached to RAF units and in GREEN for those attached to RCAF, RNZAF, SAAF or IAF units under the Article.

The names are shown in alphabetical order. They have been divided into sections for ease of viewing on your device.

A total of 61,842 (including ACT 370) men and 9,813 (including ACT 46) women enlisted in New South Wales and 4,005 became casualties according to a 1948 report. There are 3,875 names shown on this Roll, as some RAAF members from northern New South Wales travelled to Brisbane to enlist, from southern New South Wales to Melbourne, and from the Broken Hill area to Adelaide, resulting in their names being shown on the Queensland, the Victorian or the South Australian Rolls.

The Members on this Roll served in the RAF unless otherwise shown.