Sergeant Edwin George 'Eddie' Enright enlisted to the Royal Australian Air Force on 11 November 1940. He trained as a fighter pilot Australia, Canada, and the United Kingdom under the Empire Air Training Scheme. Sergeant Enright then went on to pilot Spitfire aircraft as part of 72 Squadron, based in the United Kingdom. With this squadron, he participated in patrols and sweeps of England and France. On 8 December 1941, Sergeant Enright was on an operational sweep over Northern France when he engaged with enemy aircraft and was killed in action. He is commemorated at Runnymede Memorial, Surrey, United Kingdom.