Flight Sergeant Patrick Francis “Pat” O’Donohue enlisted to the Royal Australian Air Force on 30 July 1942. He trained as a wireless operator in Canada and the United Kingdom under the Empire Air Training Scheme, and went on to serve with 514 Squadron, based in the United Kingdom. With this squadron, he was involved in bombing operations targeting enemy-occupied Europe. On 6 March 1945, Flight Sergeant O’Donohue’s aircraft failed to return from an operation targeting Salzbergen, Germany, and he was later confirmed to have died. He is buried at Reichswald Forest War Cemetery, Germany. Flight Sergeant O’Donohue’s brother, Flight Lieutenant Thomas John O'Donohue, also served with the Royal Australian Air Force.