The circumstances of the death of Marine Almond are not known to this archive.Notes Unit shown as on AFM ROH. His death was announced in Navy News issue Aug 1961, p10, with his unit shown as 41 Commando RM.
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Sgt. David Arnold was killed during operations in Aden.
Bugler Baker died in Aden.
Cpl. Birch was killed on operations with X-Ray Company, 45 Commando Group, Royal Marines. The company was conducting an operation alongside Afghan National Army troops to dominate areas posing a dangerous threat to British forces and the local Afghan population. Whilst acting as Second-in-Command of the Quick Reaction Force in support of a company operation, Corporal Birch was killed by a suspected enemy suicide bomber.
Mne. Callan died of wounds received during an enemy bombing attack at Ajax Bay, Falkland Islands, on the 27th May 1982.
Marine David Calway was shot and killed in the back streets of the Crescent area of Aden whilst in civilian clothes.Sources AFM ROH The Times 18th May 1967 Roll of Honour database www.roll-of-honour.com
Marine William Cates died in Libya.
Sgt. Enefer was killed during an enemy bombing attack whilst on operations at Ajax Bay, Falkland Islands.
Cpl. Evans was killed during an enemy bombing attack whilst on operations at Ajax Bay, Falkland Islands.
LCpl. Fellows was part of a patrol in the Green Zone south of Forward Operating Base Jackson when a Jackal vehicle struck an improvised explosive device in the Helmand River Wadi. All three of the vehicle occupants were wounded with LCpl Fellows’ position as the vehicle commander taking the full brunt of the explosion. Despite a rapid withdrawal to the Forward Operating Base’s medical facility, and subsequent evacuation by helicopter, LCpl Fellows was pronounced dead without regaining consciousness.
Cpl. Fitton was killed during operations on the Falkland Islands.
He was part of a returning patrol from 45 Commando when they were mistaken by British forces for the enemy. He was killed along with Sgt. Robert Leeming, Cpl. Andy Uren, and Mne. Keith Phillips. This was just before the main assault on Two Sisters, Falkland Islands. [Source: The Royal Marines Association Falkland Islands Branch]
Marine Michael Fowler
Marine Cyril Goodfellow
Colour Sergeant Jack Halford BEM was killed during operations in the Arabian Desert whilst seconded to the Northern Frontier Regiment on special duty with the forces of Muscat and Oman.
On the 2nd January 1945 it was announced in Gazettes that the then Corporal Jack Lovell Halford had been awarded the BEM (Military Division).
Mne. Harrison died in a car crash on the Arbroath to Friockheim road near to RM Condor.
Mne. Hebden, a veteran of Afghanistan, went missing after going for an early-morning run. His body was spotted in the sea by a passer-by 3 weeks later. A subsequent inquest heard how he drowned after falling from a cliff path in poor visibility, and a verdict of accidental death was recorded.
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