P/O J.H.R.Young of No 74 Squadron was shot down and killed near Goodwin Sands on the 28th of July 1940. Young was shot down by Obrleutnant Münchenberg flying a Bf 109 from III Gruppe of JG 26  at 14:20 in his Spitfire I (P9547). He is buried at Pihen les Guines, France.
Sgt.R.M.Young a New Zealand of No 264 Squadron and his pilot (P/O H.L.Goodall) were both  killed when their Defiant (N1627) crashed near Marlow, Bucks on the 8th of October 1940 while they were on patrol.
F/O A.M.Yuile a Canadian joined No 115 (Auxiliary) Squadron on the 15th of September 1939 for flying training, he flew solo on the 23rd of September 1939.  After joining No 1 (R.C.A.F.) Squadron he was shot down while attacking Do 17's on the 1st of September 1940, he baled out of his Hurricane I (R4171) unhurt. He destroyed a He 111 on the 11th of September. On the 15th of September at 14:45hrs he was shot down again South of London in his Hurricane I (L1973) and wounded in the shoulder while attacking a He 111. On the 13th of September 1944, as a Squadron Leader, he resigned his commission to complete his University degree. 
P/O Robert Duncan Yule from New Zealand joined No 145 Squadron, a newly reformed fighter unit on Blenheim's, in September 1939.  In March 1940 the unit received its first Hurricanes and during May its pilots found themselves ferrying Hurricanes to France and assisting the Squadrons there. Yule took part in No 145 Squadron's first action of the war on the 18th of May. On patrol over Brussels twelve He III's were intercepted in broken cloud. When the German bombers emerged from cover the Hurricanes attacked, Yule shooting one down. Four days later he destroyed a Ju 87. The squadron flew daily patrols during the evacuation from Dunkirk and Yule claimed a Bf 110 destroyed on the 1st of June 1940. His next victory was a month later when he shared in the destruction of a Do 17 near Brighton. During the Battle of Britain Yule destroyed a Ju 88 and damaged three more, probably destroyed a Bf 110 and shared in the destruction of two Do 17's. On October the 25th he was himself shot down by Bf 109s in a combat over Kent and was admitted to hospital with leg wounds after making a forced landing which completely wrote off his Hurricane I (P3926).  While rehearsing for the Battle of Britain fly past over London on the 11th of September 1953, Yule collided with another jet aircraft. Faced with a densely-populated area, Yule steered his aircraft towards Woolwich Arsenal and crash-landed between rows of buildings. Some workers were injured and Yule was killed. His selfless action undoubtedly saved many lives.

F/O W.Zak from Poland of No 303 Squadron was wounded on the 27th of September 1940. He baled out of his Hurricane I (V7289) with burns over Horsham.
P/O A.R. 'Zat' Zatonski was born on 1 November 1915 in Philadelphia U.S.A. He arrived in England via Canada in 1939 and after acceptance and training in the RAF joined No 79 Squadron on the 13th of July 1940 . He took part in operations from Acklington as No 3 to his Flight Commander (E.J.Morris) on the 15th of August 1940. On his way South on 28th August 1940 he was shot down in Hurricane I (P2718) and was treated for burns at Hythe Small Arms School. After a period of convalescence, he rejoined No 79 Squadron. 
Zat was posted overseas and by the autumn of 1941 he was in the desert with No 238 Squadron. After a battle with assorted Me 109's and Macchi 202's over the Cyrenaican border on the morning of the 6th of December 1941, he was posted as missing and is known to have been buried by an army padre. Posted 'missing believed killed', his grave has not been found and he is remembered on the El Alamein Memorial.
P/O P.Zenker from Poland was with No 501 Squadron.  He shot down a Bf 109 on the 18th of August 1940 from II Gruppe of JG 51 near Whitstable at around 17:35hrs. He was reported 'Missing' on the 24th of August 1940. He was shot down in his Hurricane I (L1865) during combat with some Do 17's and Bf 109's near Dover at 10:15hrs.
Lt. Jan Zumbach was from Poland and with 8 victories was one of No 303 Squadron's top-scoring pilots. On the 26th and 27th of September 1940 he claimed 2 Bf 109's and a Bf 110 flying in Hurricane No V6684. His final score for the war was 12 confirmed 1 shared kill 5 probables and 1 damaged. He was also promoted to Wing commander.
P/O J.Zurakowski from Poland flew with No 234 Squadron. He escaped injury when he crashed his Spitfire I (N3239) on the Isle of Wight on the 24th of August 1940 at 16:40hrs. He had been shot down by a Bf 109. He also flew with No 609 Squadron.