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Lieutenant Oliver Augustin and Marine Alexander MC of 42 Commando RM were killed by an Improvised Explosive Device whilst on patrol in the Loy Mandeh area of the Nad-e Ali district in Helmand province, Afghanistan. [Source: MOD]
BEVAN, Christopher J, Marine, P040432F,
Extract from the Daily Mirror - Saturday 22 February 1964
CSM Horace Colwill died in Egypt.
Marine Tony Evans died during operations in Afghanistan. He and Marine Georgie Sparks, both of J Company, had been conducting a foot patrol to the north-west of Lashkar Gah in Helmand province. Marines Evans and Sparks had moved on to the roof of a compound when, at around 0900 hours, there was an attack by insurgents armed with rocket-propelled grenades and they were badly wounded. Both received immediate medical attention and were moved to a secure location before being put on a helicopter to be transferred back to Camp Bastion.
Sergeant Cecil Foster died whilst deployed overseas with 42 Commando RM.
Corporal Rowan Hannah died whilst deployed overseas with 42 Commando RM.
Mne. James Holloway was found dead on board the RFA Fort Rosalie which was moored in Dubai.A Royal Navy spokesman said: "We can confirm that Marine James Holloway died aboard RFA Fort Rosalie. The cause of death is still under investigation, however we can confirm it was not as a result of operational activity. Our thoughts and sympathies are with his family and friends at this sad time.” [Sources: BBC online, Sun online newspaper, and other media outlets.]
Marine David Howard, from King's Lynn,
Captain Leslie Jole was awarded the M.C., for gallant and distinguished services in Malaya during the period 1st July to 31st December, 1951.
Marine James Jones was awarded the MM for gallant and distinguished service with 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines in Malaya during the period 1st January to 30th June, 1952.
Mne Kenneth Laws is believed to have served with 40 Commando RM in the Brunei and Borneo campaigns c.1962-1966. [Sources: AFM ROH / royal-marines.net website]
Marine Luther Leeves died in Egypt.
 London Gazettes Supp. 43009, page 4693.
Extract from the Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 29 March 1974Marine James Macklin. aged 28, who was wounded in a terrorist ambush a week ago, died last night in a Belfast hospital. He was shot in the head in Belfast's Antrim Road when gunmen operating from both sides of the street raked a vehicle carrying a patrol from 42 Commando Royal Marines. His mother was flown from her home in Milton, Glasgow. to his bedside and was with him when he died.*
Extract from the Dundee Courier - Monday 25 January 1954
Marine Bernard Price, from Cardiff,
Marine Benjamin Reddy, 'K' Company, died when his unit came under enemy fire during a deliberate clearance operation in the Kajaki area of Helmand Province. He joined the Royal Marines on 18 April 2005 and deployed with K Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, in September 2006. [Source: MOD]
Marine Stewart Rhyce-Rees died during his Commando training.
Extract from the Daily Mirror - 06 June 1955
The death at the weekend of an eighteen-year-old Royal Marine who collapsed on Dartmoor during training is to be investlgated by a court of inquiry. Marine Duncan Rhyce-Rees, of Dudley Road, Birmingham was on a Commando march.
Marine Brian Short, From Poole,
Extract from the Aberdeen Evening Express - Monday 14 April 1952
Corporal Jeremy Smith was killed during operations against enemy forces on Mount Harriet, Falkland Islands.
Marine Georgie Sparks died during operations in Afghanistan. He and Marine Tony Evans, both of J Company, had been conducting a foot patrol to the north-west of Lashkar Gah in Helmand province. Marines Sparks and Evans had moved on to the roof of a compound when, at around 0900 hours, there was an attack by insurgents armed with rocket-propelled grenades and they were badly wounded. Both received immediate medical attention and were moved to a secure location before being put on a helicopter to be transferred back to Camp Bastion.
Marine Scott Summers died in a traffic accident that occurred on the 4th February after he had volunteered to drive in a routine convoy in Helmand province. He received initial treatment in Afghanistan before being transported back to a specialist unit in the UK where he died on the 21st February. He joined the Royal Marines in January 2005 and deployed to Afghanistan in October 2006, and had been driving a Pinzgauer vehicle when the accident happened. [Source: MOD].