24 Feb 1963: Corporal Louis Claude Paul Glibert from the Air Force Gymnasium was killed in a private motor vehicle accident on the freeway between Johannesburg and Pretoria. He was 18.
24 Feb 1980: 75014688PE Staff Sergeant Almerindo Mourão da Costa PMM from 1 Reconnaissance Regiment and former member of the Portuguese FLECHAS in Angola was Reported Missing on 24 February 1980 during a Special Forces undercover operation at an undisclosed destination after his team walked into an enemy ambush while en-route to destroy a designated enemy target. He has no known grave and remains unaccounted for. He was 35.
24 Feb 1984: Special Warrant Officer Herman Hosea from the South West Africa Police Counter-Insurgency Wing: Ops-K Division (Koevoet) was Killed in Action during a contact with SWAPO/PLAN insurgents in Northern Owamboland. He was 28.
24 Feb 1987: 83289371BG Airman Nicolaas Wilhelmus Jacobus van Rheede van Oudtshoorn from Air Force Base Grootfontein died from a gunshot wound accidentally sustained while stationed at the Base. He was 19.
24 Feb 1988: 86092632BG Rifleman Israel Vernon Oscar Alexander was stationed at Bagani Military Base when he was Reported Missing while swimming in the river. He jumped into the water and never resurfaced and it is thought that he may have been taken by a crocodile. He has no known grave and remains unaccounted for. He was 19.
1970 – Rfn Leslie Blundell (aged 18), Depot RR, KOAS.
1970 – L/Cpl Nicholas Edwards (aged 27), Depot RR, KOAS.
1970 – Rfn James Fleming (aged 18), Depot RR, KOAS.
(The three RR soldiers above were all KOAS in a road accident near Lupane.)
1976 – Rfn Gerald Parkin (aged 19), Spt Cdo, 1st Bn RLI, KIA from gunshot wounds, Sangwe TTL, near Sabi West Tsetse Camp, Op Thrasher (VM158964). He was killed in one of several contacts that security forces had in on-going follow-up hot pursuit operations in this border area with Mozambique that resulted in 24 CTs being killed. Four other members of the security forces were injured.
1980 – Cst Philip Gondo (aged 43), Uniform BSAP, DOAS of a heart attack in Salisbury, Salops.