William Kirkpatrick from Coleraine fell in the Machine Gun Corps in 1916. Contemporary local newspaper reports tell how James Todd from Bangor was injured in Gallipoli and again later in France. He died in his home town’s hospital in 1919. An RUR man’s war – Edward Cadden tells his father’s story – A Rifleman is always a Rifleman. Patrick Clark a commando from Bessbrook died in D Day + near Ranville. William McCracken, an Australian gunner from Finaghy, dies as a Japanese POW in Malaysia in 1945. Andrew Henry RAF from Cookstown dies over D Day+ territory. Today’s veterans are Robert McConnell from Hillsborough of the Royal Irish Rifles and Leinster Regiment. He saw action at Salonika and Palestine in WW1. Maud Musselwhite BEM served during the Second World War in the Auxiliary Territorial Service. She later became the first RUC Policewoman to be decorated for Gallantry.