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Cpl. Allison was attached to HMS Broadsword at the time of his death.
The headstone at the grave of Marine Kevin Atherton shows CTCRM.
CSgt. Aven was attached to HQ Plymouth Garrison RM at the time of his death.
Corporal David Barnes died whilst serving at RM Deal. Details of any Commando service and circumstances of his death are not known to this archive.
Sgt Bartlett was killed whilst taking part in operations in the Sangin valley, northern Helmand Province. [Source: MOD]
Cpl. David Beatson was serving at RMB Stonehouse at the time of his death.
Cpl. Samuel Bell was serving with HQ Commando Forces at the time of his death.
Cpl. Daniel Bird was killed in a road traffic collision in Braunton. He was based at RMB Chivenor. [Sources: AFM ROH / BBC News online 10th July 2012]
Marine Arthur Booton was serving at RMB Eastney at the time of his death.
Marine Philip Cain, a RM recruit, died of a short but fatal illness during his training at the CTCRM. [Sources; AFM ROH / Nottingham Post online family announcement.]
Marine Richard Campbell-Smith was four weeks from the end of his 32-week course at the Commando Training Centre in Lympstone, Devon, when he reportedly scratched his legs while running. He was admitted to the base medical unit, and later taken to the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital where he died on 2 November.
A post-mortem examination showed heart and respiratory failure, and traces of infection with the toxin Panton Valentine Leukocidin were found. A verdict of accidental death was recorded.[Sources: AFM ROH / BBC News report online]
The death of CSgt. Earl was published in the Aug.'92 edition of Navy News where it additionally showed 'CGRM.'
Mne. Ferris was posted to HMS Endurance at the time of his death
Cpl. Fitzsimmons died when the Puma helicopter he was travelling in crashed during operations. [Source: AFM ROH / Media reports online.]
Extract from the Birmingham Daily Post - Friday 02 December 1960
Sergeant Samuel Hewitt died in a canoeing accident during a training exercise.
He had been attached to the Amphibious School from the Commando School for two weeks' training with the Special Boat Wing. The accident occurred when his canoe capsized during a night exercise. [Sources: AFM ROH / Globe and Laurel issue Mar-Apr 1952, p71.]Notes AFM ROH show his ship/unit as RMB Eastney.
Extract from the Daily Mirror - Saturday 24 July 1976"Commando killed in show:- A young commando died yesterday as 3,000 people watched a display by Marines at Lympstone. Devon. Corporal James Higgins, 26, was making a spectacular descent from a roof by a rope slide when the cable snapped. He fell 15ft. to the ground. " Sources AFM ROH
Capt. Jennings RM was killed during operations in Afghanistan.
Cpl. Michael Jones was killed during operations in Southern Afghanistan. He joined the Royal Marines aged 18 on 8 February 1999. Through eight years of meritorious service, he served on operations in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. [Source: MOD]
Corporal Clive Lidiard was serving at RM Deal at the time of his death.
The death of Corporal Brian Loveday was reported in Navy News issue December 1960 page 6 which records 'RM Commando' after his name.
Capt. Geoffrey Lunness was serving at RM Deal at the time of his death.
CSgt. Frederick McCarthy was serving at HQ 3 Commando Bde.RM at the time of his death.
Sgt. McIntosh died in Belize. His name is inscribed on the Memorial at Price Barracks.
Lieutenant Kevin McKeown RM was serving with the Army Air Corps at the time of his death.
In 1986 he was also part of the newly reformed Army Air Corps Eagles helicopter display team. [Sources: AFM ROH / Flight International magazine 28 June 1986, p14 [view here]]
Marine Daniel Metcalfe was only 4 weeks into his training after joining the Royal Marines when he was killed in a mountaineering accident on Dow Crag in Coniston whilst on Easter leave. [Sources: AFM ROH / The Yorkshire Post online 20th April 2016.]
Corporal Robert Middleton was serving at the Infantry Training Centre Royal Marines at the time of his death.
Marine Charles Muir was serving with HQ 3 Commando Bde. RM at the time of his death.
Marine Guy Newman was serving with Signals Squadron, HQ, 3 Commando Bde. RM at the time of his death. [Sources: AFM ROH / Navy News issue Jan 2000, p32.]
Corporal John O'Neal was serving at the Commando Training Centre RM at the time of his death. [Sources: AFM ROH / Navy News issue Apr 1977, p17.]
Operation Frankton was a raid on shipping in the port of Bordeaux which was under German occupation. Often wrongly associated with being undertaken by Commandos, it was in fact carried out by a select group of Royal Marines who were designated as the Royal Marine Boom Patrol Detachment or RMBPD, operating under the command of Combined Operations.
Sergeant Peter Edward Page died whilst serving at RMB Eastney. Details of any Commando service and circumstances of his death are not known to this archive.
Marine Peter John Page was serving with HQ, 3 Commando Bde. RM at the time of his death.
Marine John Payne was serving at the Infantry Training Centre Royal Marines at the time of his death.
Corporal Ronald Peters was serving at RMB Eastney at the time of his death.
Sergeant Geoffrey Pope was serving at the training establishement HMS Raleigh at the time of his death.
Marine Alan Privett was serving at the RM Depot Deal at the time of his death.
Corporal Raymond Quick was serving at RM Deal at the time of his death.
Corporal Duncan Regler was serving at HMS Northwood at the time of his death.