We will start with Adastral Road, Adastral was the name of the building the Royal Flying Corps later the RAF named there headquaters in London, Ad Astra was the RFC's motto and so joining it together with the L from London we have Adastral. (Ad Astra means to the stars). As some of the older residents on the heath will know the Pilot public house started life as the Fighter Pilot.
I will list the roads and then the pilot they were named after. Leroyod Wing commander Roderick "Babe" awarded Victoria cross in 1940 5/2/13 - 24/1/96. Gibson Wing Commander Guy Penrose Awarded the Victoria cross 12/8/18 - 19/9/44 Bader Group Captain Sir Douglas Robert Steuart C.B.E 21/2/10 - 5/9/82 Malon Group Captain Adolph Gysbert 24/3/10 - 17/9/63 Dundas Group Captain Sir Hugh C.B.E 22/7/20 - 10/7/95 Hodges Air cheif Marshall Sir Lewis 1/3/18 - 4/1/2007 Tait Group Captain Willie 9/12/16 - 31/8/2007 Scarf Squadron Leader Arthur Stewart King Awarded the victoria cross 14/6/13 - 9/12/41 Kingsmill Lieutenant Commander Pat 19/9/20 - 1/1/2003 Mitchell Reginald J 20/5/1895 - 11/6/37 Dessigner of the Spitfire Lord Flight Lieutenant David Samuel Anthony 18/10/13 - 19/9/44 Warburton Wing Commander Adrian 'Warbby' 10/3/18 - 12/4/44 Beamish Gruop Captain Francis Victor 27/9/03 - 23/3/42 Verity Group Captain Hugh 6/4/18 - 14/11/2001 Lynn Wing Commander L A dates unknown Calder Squadron Leader C C (Jock) leader of the Dambusters Kellaway Squadron Leader Winston Herbert 16/11/15 - ?/4/94 Gosling Flight Officer Leslie Cyril 19/7/43 Aaron Arthur Louis Awarded Victoria Cross 5/5/22 - 13/8/43 Nettleton Squadron Leader John Dering Awarded Victoria Cross 28/6/17 - 13/7/43 Wykeham Air Marshall Sir Peter Guy 13/9/15 - 23/2/95 Burbridge Wing Commander Branse 4/2/21 Nicholson Flight Lieutenant Eric James Brindley Awarded Victoria Cross 29/4/17 - 2/5/45The new development Mannock Major Edward Corringham "Mick" Awarded Victoria Cross 24/5/1887 - 26/7/1918 Whistler Harold Alfred Group Captain, DSO, DFC & Two Bars (30 December 1896 – March 1940) Keith George Noel Flying Officer DFC (19 January 1921 – 4 August, 1943) was a Second World War Canadian fighter pilot Constantine Alexander Noel Wing Commander Carpenter 'Chips' John Michael Vowles Squadron Leader DFC* Dorehill Patrick Arthur, DSO, DFC & Bar Gilmour John Inglis Major, DSO, MC & Two Bars