Flight Sergeant Herbert Wolf of Ottawa, Ontario, was listed missing and later reported killed on active service in Libya. Enlisting in the air force in July 1940, Sergeant Wolf won his wings at Brantford in April 1941 and went overseas the same month. He was posted to No. 1 O.T.U. at Bassingbourn, England, for operational training on Wellington bombers and in August 1941 was posted to No. 103 R.A.F. Squadron with which he made several trips over Europe. On September 27 he volunteered for service in the Middle East, and on October 15 he and his crew flew to Egypt. He was promoted to the rank of flight sergeant on November 20, 1941. He was born in Montgomery, Alberta. A brother, George M. Wolfe Jr., also served with the R.C.A.F. He was originally buried at Sidi Omar, but his body was later moved to the cemetery at Halfaya Sollum, near Sidi Barrani, Egypt.