Samuel Andrew Bakowa (above)
*Born on January 3, 1963.
*1986, graduated from Makerere University with a BA degree in lingustics.
*March 1987, joined the foreign affairs ministry as a High Executive Officer.
*1988 appointed Foreign Service Officer and posted to the Protocol and Consular Services Department.
*December 1995, promoted to Foreign Service Officer Grade V.
*Between April and May 1997 went on a course on â€œWorking with International Organisationsâ€ in France.
*June 1998, transferred to the Department of Finance and Administration as a transport officer.
*May 1999, posted to the Uganda mission in Libya, Tripoli as Second Secretary and Head of Chancery.
*December 2000, promoted to Foreign Service Officer Grade IV
*2001 promoted to Foreign Service Officer Grade III.
* Was protocol officer in State House since December 2004.
Lillian Kabaije was a flight attendant on the Presidential jet and helicopter from April 1, 2000 to her death.
*Born on August 28, 1978
*Came to Kampala SSS for her A Level.
*Joined the Crane College and Computer Centre in Kampala.
*Trained at the home of Gulfstream aircraft in Savannah, Georgia, USA.
*Trained on Kenya Airways aircraft.
Cpl. Hassan Kiiza was a signaler attached to the Presidential Guard Brigade.
A PGB spokesperson, Edison Kwesiga said, â€œWe donâ€™t discuss the lives of our soldiers in the press.â€
Col. Peter Nyakairu
*Age 58, born in Kabarole
*Joined army in 1969, trained in Russia, China and Belarus. Was in Russia when Idi Amin toppled the Dr. Milton Obote I regime.
*After 1985 coup he flew Dr. Obote to Zambia and returned home in 1987 to join the National Resistance Army (NRA)â€™s air force wing.
*He has been the pilot of the presidential helicopter since 1997. But regularly he has also carried out bombing raids on Lordâ€™s Resistance Army hideouts
Maj. Patrick Kiggundu
*Born in 1944 in Kasana village, Ntungamo district, to Petero Bahororo and Vagileyini Bitanaki.
*Joined air force in 1971 and trained in Russia as flight engineer. He received further training at Entebbe airbase, Libya and Israel.
*Was captured by Tanzanian authorities in 1979 while on a bombing raid. Released in 1983.
*Is survived by a widow (Mbabazi Kiggundu) and five children.
*Was the flight engineer on the fateful plane.
Capt. Paul Kiyimba
*Born on January 10, 1964 to Rev. Kamya Mulekwa and Margaret Kamya of Namagabi village in Bugerere in Kayunga district.
*Joined air force in 1998 as a trainee pilot after completion of Aptitude test in Nakasongola.
*Acquired private pilot license after training at the airbase in Entebbe.
*Underwent further training in Russia, Ukraine, and South Africa.
*Was the co-pilot on the fateful plane.
*He is survived by a widow (Sarah Namusoke Kiyimba) and three children, the youngest being three years.
State House names Ugandan victims