95 Commando (Light) Regt. RA
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The first Army Commandos were raised by a Gunner, Lt Col John Durnford-Slater RA in June 1940, following the defeat ending with the evacuation at Dunkirk, The Commandos struck at the German forces at a time when Britain was otherwise powerless. Raids were made on the coasts of Norway, France and the Mediterranean. By the time of the Normandy landings of 6 June 1944, the Commando forces were of a considerable size and had played a vital part on operations in all theatres of war.
Lance Bombardier Brian Coldron died in a road traffic accident on the road from Nee Soon Singapore to Johore Bahru.
Also died in this accident:
Bombardier Bernard Collins died in a road traffic accident on the road from Nee Soon Singapore to Johore Bahru.
Sergeant Victor Elliott , RHQ Tp Survey Sergeant, died of his injuries after a road traffic accident on the road from Nee Soon Singapore to Johore Bahru on the 21st September 1965.
Warrant Officer Kieran Farragher, attached to the Special Air Service, died in a climbing accident in Botswana. He had joined the SAS in 1973 having previously served in 95 Commando and 29 Commando Regt RA.Sources AFM ROH Special Forces ROH website (+ image) Commando Gunner website
Lance Bombardier Michael O'Neill, the training wing PTI, died in a road traffic accident on the road from Nee Soon Singapore to Johore Bahru.