MARSH, David John
Saturday, September 1, 1984
Sunday, March 30, 2008
Killed in action or died of wounds
Roll of Honour:
Marine David Marsh, Charlie Company, was conducting a patrol in the vicinity of Kajaki, Helmand province, accompanied by Lieut. John Thornton, when the vehicle they were travelling in was caught in an explosion. Medical treatment was provided prior to both being evacuated to the field hospital at Camp Bastion. Despite the best efforts of the medical team, both sadly died as a result of their wounds.
David Marsh joined the Royal Marines on 9 September 2002 and after successfully completing Commando Training at the Commando Training Centre Royal Marines, where he was awarded the Commando Medal for displaying most consistently the attributes expected of a Royal Marines Commando, he was posted to 45 Commando in Scotland where he served with distinction during an operational deployment to Northern Ireland. From 45 Commando there followed a period with the Fleet Protection Group Royal Marines before he chose to become an Anti-Tank specialist in 2006. He joined 40 Commando Royal Marines in December 2006.
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