Squadron Leader, RAF; long-serving special duties pilot in World War II, taking part in bombing raids over Germany and dropping supplies to Resistance movements in eight countries; awarded DFC and Bar, Croix de Guerre, Dutch Flying Cross and a Polish decoration.
Surgeon-Captain in Royal Navy, retiring in 2014 after 30 years' service
Colonel in the Indian Army, he also flew Lysanders in the North African campaign in World War II
Major, Royal Marine Light Infantry, killed at Gallipoli 1915
Lt-Col, RAMC; son of Sir William Bowater (1871). Compiled the Birmingham City Battalions Book of Honour in 1920.
Bradfield, Ernest W C
Kt; Lieutenant-General; Director-General of the Indian Medical Service, Honorary Physician to the King.
Flight-Lieutenant RAF, died on active service in Afghanistan 2014
Major in the British Army, serving in Afghanistan
Lieut-Col; a boarder in Prince Lee's house; with the 49th Foot in the Crimea, fought at the Battle of the Alma, at Sebastopol, and won the VC on 26 October 1854, the day after Balaclava; later Major and then Lt-Col in the Coldstream Guards. After leaving the army, he was an assistant police commissioner and then a magistrate in Ireland.
Military Attaché, Budapest.
Brigadier; served in Indian Army, then in British Army of the Rhine; awarded the OBE for his part in the Berlin Airlift (1949); retired from the Army after serving as Aide-de-Camp to the Queen (1962-1965). By 2013, he was the oldest living OE, aged 103
Dauncey, Michael D K
DSO; Brigadier; Military Attaché in Madrid (1974- ), Colonel of the Cheshire Regiment (1978).
Downes, John Alfred
Soldier, ultimately Brevet Colonel; fought at El Alamein and won the MC at Alam el Halfa.
Godfrey, John H
Naval Officer, Director of Naval Intelligence 1939-1943; Ian Fleming, who worked in his department, used him as the model for 'M' in the James Bond novels.
Guest, Charles Edward Neville
Kt; KBE; CB; Air Marshal.
War correspondent for the Daily Mail, wounded while with the relieving forces on their way to Mafeking.
James, Edward Antrobus
Brigadier; served in the Second World War; awarded the OBE for his services in 1944-1945; appointed Deputy Lieutenant for Warwickshire (1945); made Justice of the Peace (1951); author of First World War texts, including The British Armies in France & Belgium, 1914-18.
Johnson, T W M
Kt; soldier, serving in the Indian Mutiny, eventually Major-General, remembered in connection with Kohima Relief Expedition; KCSI.
Lieutenant-Colonel in the Royal Signals, served in the British Army of the Rhine, later attached to NATO
Kekewich, R G
CB; Major-General; Defender of Kimberley in Boer War; died of wounds 5 Nov 1914.
Lee, Oliver OBE
Colonel in the Royal Marines, served in Afghanistan
Lycett, Cyril Vernon Lechmere
Brigadier, Director of Signals and Intelligence, India and South East Asia, 1945-46, serving under Lord Mountbatten.
Manifold, J F
Soldier, fought in the Boer War, in Ladysmith during the siege; ultimately Lt-Col.
Mason, Philip Granville
Career soldier: Major, Third Dragoon Guards, DSO, Legion d'Honneur, killed in action in France 1915
Mason, Richard D OBE
Group Captain, served in Kosovo, Bosnia, Iraq and Afghanistan
Perry-Keene, Allan LA
Air Vice Marshal; Air Commander, Royal Pakistan Air Force (1947-49).
Roberts, Cedric K
DSO; CB; Rear Admiral 'Chico' Roberts, Royal Navy (1967). One of the Royal Navy's most experienced aviators, saw action in the Second World War and the Korean War.
Sanders, H J
Kt; Air Marshal; KBE, KCB; awarded the MC in 1917 for destroying a German Airship off Harwich, and the DFC in 1926 for services in Aden; Deputy AOC in C, Bomber Command (1943-1945).
Viscount: KG; GCB; GCMG; GCVO; GBE; DSO; MC; Field - Marshal; Victor of Burma (as Commander in Chief of the Allied Land Forces in South East Asia); Governor-General of Australia (1953-1960)
Smallwood, Denis Graham
Kt; GBE; KCB; DSO; DFC; Air Chief Marshal; C-in-C RAF Strike Command (1974); C-in-C RAF in the UK (1975-1976).
DSO, DFC, Group Captain, Administration at HQ Near East Air Force, Cyprus 1969.
Commander of the 1st Dragoon Guards in Flanders (1784); Major-General (1794); General (1812); Controller to the Duke of Cumberland.
Walker, Eric Sherbrooke
Hotelier and founder of the Outspan Hotel and Treetops Hotel in Kenya, as well as a decorated military officer. Remembered as the host of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip when they visited Treetops in 1952. Was held as a prisoner of war in Germany during World War One and is said to have made 36 attempts to escape. Apparently, on one occasion, a German girlfriend helped them by supplying wire cutters provided by Baden-Powell hidden inside a piece of ham!
Wansbrough, R C
Air Commodore, RAF.