Wilfrid Reid May, "Wop," airman (b at Carberry, Man 20 Mar 1896; d at Provo, Utah 21 June 1952). He was a novice pilot on the Western Front being hotly pursued by Manfred, Freiherr von Richthofen, when the "Red Baron" was killed on 21 April 1918. May might have been his 81st victim but instead went on to become one of Canada's leading bush flyers in the postwar era, winning the MCKEE TROPHY in 1929. During WWII he helped set up the BRITISH COMMONWEALTH AIR TRAINING PLAN and was a pioneer in aerial "search and rescue" techniques.