After training, police constable Reginald Thomas Hunt was posted to Clacton and then to Grays. He left the police on 7 September 1941 and joined the R.A.F. the following day. He was the wireless operator of 7 Squadron, Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve when, in the early hours of 20 May 1944 the aircraft was hit by light flak and crashed. All the crew, presumably including Reginald, were killed on 22 May 1944.
Police constable Albert Ronald Oxenham joined Essex County Constabulary on 27 September 1937, having previously worked as a waiter at The Queens Hotel in Hastings. After training at Headquarters, Albert was posted to Brentwood, Rochford and Canvey Island. Albert joined the R.A.F. on 6 October 1941.
He was killed in the early hours of Monday, 22 May 1944.