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In October 1942 the 8th RM Battalion was disbanded and those who volunteered for, and passed the training, formed a new 41RM Commando. The Commando saw service in WW2 at Sicily and Salerno, Normandy and Walcheren, and the advance through Holland into West Germany. At the end of the war 41 RM Commando was disbanded.
HC Deb 13 December 1950 vol 482 cc1143-6.
Extract from an article in the Lancashire Telegraph 28th January 2004
Extract from the Western Morning News - Thursday 12 October 1950
Corporal Jarvis Belsey died during operations in Korea.
Private Harry Calder, RAMC attached to 40 RM Commando, was awarded the DCM for his outstanding gallantry during operations at Lake Comacchio. 
- Korean War (Quartermaster Sergeant with 41 Independent Commando RM) awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for distinguished service in operations in Korean waters. .
Lieutenant David Ford received a MiD during the Korean war for distinguished service in operations in Korean waters.
Marine Ivan Garner died during operations in Korea.
Marine John Graham died during operations in Korea.
Lieutenant John Harwood died during operations in Korea. He is shown on the AFM ROH as buried at Tui Bong Cemetery, Yo-Do Island, Wonsan Harbour, Korea. His name is also on the memorial plaque at Pusan.
Marine Stanley Hills died whilst a prisoner of war in Korea.
The exact circumstances of the death of Marine Keith Hitchman are not known to this archive.
Marine Joseph McCourt from Hamilton died during operations in Korea. +
Marine Harry Melling died whilst a prisoner of war in Korea.
Marine Robert Needs died whilst a Prisoner of War in Korea.
Marine Reuben Nicholls died whilst attempting to escape having been taken Prisoner of War in Korea.
The following entry is from the RMA on their Facebook page
REUBEN NICHOLLS RM, 1925-51 Award of the Elizabeth Cross.
Marine Reuben Nicholls, an Assault Engineer, was taken prisoner by Chinese forces in the Korean War in 1950. On New Years Day 1951 he wrote a letter to his parents. That was the last they heard from him. Over the next three years correspondence from Government Departments variously indicated that he was alive, dead, and died on this or that date.
Lieutenant Patrick Ovens served for a period at the CBTC and is shown in a photo entitled "Commando Basic Training Centre - Officers Mess - 1945."
He joined 46RM Commando shortly before it was disbanded.
Post war he served as a Captain with 41 Independent Commando RM in Korea being awarded the Military Cross in 1951 for " gallant and distinguished service". 
Captain Ralph Parkinson-Cumine MC, 'B' troop, was reported missing presumed killed during operations in Korea.
Captain Edgar Pounds, 41 Independent Commando RM, was awarded the Bronze Star with Combat 'V' decoration bestowed by the President of the United States of America, for gallant and distinguished services during operations in the Korean war .
He later received a MiD for for distinguished services in operations against terrorists in Cyprus serving with 45 Commando RM. .
Captain Edward Shuldham was awarded the D.S.O. during the Korean war for distinguished service in operations in Korean waters.
Marine Eric Strain died during operations in Korea.
Marine Dennis Stray died during operations in Korea.
Corporal Charles Trott died during operations in Korea.
Marine William Walker died during operations in Korea.
Lieutenant John Walter was awarded the D.S.C. during the Korean war for distinguished service in operations in Korean waters.
Marine Royston Wooldridge died during operations in Korea.