Obituaries listed in The Times of London and elsewhere

Lt Commander Anthony Tuke DSC and Bar 28 December 1920 - 15 August 2010
110 wartime operations from Fairey Albacore to Grumman Avengers. First DSC at age of 19 for day bombing invasion barges at Calais.

Captain Michael Parsons 14 March 1918 - 21 September 2010
Medical Officer to Long Range Desert Group in North Africa and Albania

Brigadier Dennis Rendell CBE, MC 2 October 1920 - 22 September 2010
Para who covered withdrawl in Tunisia, captured but escaped in Italy, aided other escapees and led RMPs

Lt Christopher Maude MC 27 May 1920 - 17 October 2010
Para who won MC evacuating his men before Dunkirk then parachuted with SOE into France after D-Day

Vice Admiral Sir Louis Le Bailly KBE, CB, OBE 18 July 1915 - 3 October 2010
Naval engineer on HMS Hood, sunk on HMS Naiad, leading post-war revolution in improving operational mobility

Flt Lt Denis Cayford DFC 16 March 1918 - 30 August 2010
Pathfinder navigator over Germany inc Peenemunde, Number 83 in Great Escape

Lt Col Giles 'Joe' Symonds OBE, MC and Bar, TD 28 June 1915 - 15 August 2010
Two Military Crosses after D-Day in Normandy, when seriously wounded,  and on the Dutch-German border 

Prof Kenneth Ingham OBE, MC 9 August 1921 - 13 September 2010
Wounded in the Western Desert; wounded twice in Burma and decorated;Director of Studies at Sandhurst

Sqn Ldr Mahinder Singh Pujji DFC 14 August 1918 - 18 September 2010
Volunteer with RAF, Hurricanes over France, Tomahawks over Western Desert, India, Hurribombers over Burma