The loyal officers who were killed in the 2000 political crisis were:
May 28, 2000- Police Corporal Filipo
Seavula, who was shot by rebel soldiers and supporters outside the then Parliamentary complex in Nasese. August 8, 2000 - Police Corporal Raj
Kumar, ambushed by rebel soldiers while on patrol at the hills of Naitasiri. Military Private Joela Weleilakeba, was ambushed by rebel soldiers in Naitasiri. He was on patrol with Police Corporal Raj Kumar, November 2, 2000- Private Jone
Veilewai, was shot dead in the head while working at his desk. He was unarmed; Lance Corporal Simione Rawaileba was shot in the head while sleeping. He was not feeling well that morning while on guard and had taken his midday rest when he was killed; Private Orisi Rokosirinavosa, was also shot in the head while trying to secure the National Operation Centre. All three soldiers died instantly during the attempted mutiny by rebel soldiers at the Queen Elizabeth Barracks (QEB) in Nabua, Suva.