Pilot Officer Louis Alexander Ouellette was a Canadian officer of the Royal Canadian Air Force who died during the Second World War.

He was born on 2 March 1922, the son of Philias P. and Charlotte A. Ouellette, of Windsor, Ontario.

Ouellette, serving as a pilot in 138 Squadron, died on 9 November 1944, when his Short Stirling (LK198) was lost at sea while engaged on Operation 'Puffin 2', a Special Operations Executive mission to occupied Norway. He was one of four Canadians who formed the aircraft's seven-man crew.[1][2]

He has no known grave and is commemorated by the Runnymede Memorial.


  1. Aircraft lost on Allied Forces Special Duty Operations, p. 450, Retrieved 20 October 2012.
  2. Chorley, W.R. (1992), Royal Air Force Bomber Command Losses of the Second World War: Aircraft and crew losses: 1944, p. 482.