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Sgt Bartlett was killed whilst taking part in operations in the Sangin valley, northern Helmand Province. [Source: MOD]
Cpl. Samuel Bell was serving with HQ Commando Forces at the time of his death.
Corporal James Browning, HQ 3 Commando Bde. RM, was reported missing presumed drowned, after the cessation of hostilities on the Falklands, when caught in a sudden squall whilst in a dinghy off Port Stanley. He had previously served in 45 Commando workshops.
Marine John Bryant died in a road traffic accident.
Extract from the Daily Mirror - Saturday 22 February 1964
Lance Bombardier James Dwyer was killed whilst on a patrol in Southern Helmand province when the vehicle he was driving struck an anti-tank mine. [Source: MOD]
Marine Rex Eames died during operations in Malaya.The Malaya Historical Group record the cause of his death as drowning. Cremated at Sek Keng Cheng Crematorium, Kuala Lumpur and ashes returned to the UK. [Sources: AFM ROH / Malaya Historical Group]
WO2 Kieran Farragher was serving with the SAS when he was killled 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
Cpl. Fitzsimmons died when the Puma helicopter he was travelling in crashed during operations. [Source: AFM ROH / Media reports online.]
Marine Michael Fowler
Marine Cyril Goodfellow, from Birmingham,
Marine Robert Griffin was killed during operations in the Falklands. He was attached to Task Force Landing Craft Squadron RM.
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. Hedenskog, UK Landing Force Command Support Group, was killed in a helicopter crash.
Mne. Hollington, Bravo Company, died of wounds from an explosion that occurred on the 12th June 2010 whilst he was conducting a reassurance patrol in Afghanistan for the local nationals in an area to the south of Patrol Base Ezeray. He had been immediately evacuated to Bastion Role 3 Hospital where his condition was listed as critical. On 13 June 2010 he was transferred to the new Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham. At 1108hrs BST on 20 June 2010, with his parents and brothers present, Marine Hollington sadly died of his wounds.
Marine David Howard, from King's Lynn,
Capt. Jennings RM was killed during operations in Afghanistan.
Acting Colour Sergeant Brian Johnston was killed during operations in the Falklands.
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 Michael Love, Royal Marines, 846 Naval Air Squadron, was killed in a helicopter crash due to a bird strike in the Falklands.
Extract from the Coventry Evening Telegraph - Tuesday 12 September 1967
Cpl. Mulvihill was taking part in a joint ISAF - ANA patrol engaged in operations near Sangin. The marines of Alpha Company were conducting a clearance patrol to deter Taliban intimidation of local Afghans. It was during this action that an Improvised Explosive Device was detonated, which sadly killed Corporal Mulvihill instantly. He died leading his section and the Company from the front.
Cpl. Nowak was killed along with others in an attack on a Multi-National Forces boat patrol on the Shatt Al-Arab waterway.
Captain James Philippson served in 29 Commando Regiment RA for 3 years as his first tour and left 29 for 7 Para RHA. He was killed during operations in Afghanistan with 7 RHA.Sources AFM ROG Website in his name www.captainjim.org/jimstory.html
Marine Robert Pike died during winter training exercises in Norway when a 20 tonne vehicle plunged into a river at Skoelv. [Sources: AFM ROH / Navy News issue Apr 1993, p36.]
Trooper Adrian Powell died in a road traffic collision whilst serving with the SAS. He had previously served with 7 and 148 Btys. of 29 Commando Regt. RA, and 7 RHA. He died when the vehicle in which he was travelling overturned while on way to training exercises near Nairobi in Kenya.
Also killed in this collision was 24648153 SSgt. Martin Halls, SAS, formerly Royal Engineers.
LBdr. William Priddy died in a road traffic collision when his land rover overturned on the A346 near Marlborough.Sources AFM ROH BBC News online report
Mne. Reddy, 'K' Company, was killed when his unit came under fire during a deliberate clearance operation in the Kajaki area of Helmand Province. He joined the Royal Marines on 18 April 2005 and deployed with K Company, 42 Commando Royal Marines to Helmand Province, Afghanistan, in September 2006.
Sergeant Ronald Rotheram  was killed during operations in the Falklands. He was attached to Task Force Landing Craft Squadron RM.
He had previously served in Northern Ireland, Singapore, Cyprus (with the United Nations), in HMS Nubain, Plymouth and Malta.
Marine Anthony Rundle was killed during operations in the Falklands. He was attached to Task Force Landing Craft Squadron RM.
Lance Corporal Domenico Salzano died when his parachute failed to open during a training exercise in Norway. [Sources: AFM ROH / Navy News issue Mar. 1995 p36.]
Gunner Kevin Smith, 79 Bty., was killed in a fall from the wall of Mosta magazine in Malta.
"Whilst the rest of the detachment waited for transport up to the main magazine Smudger decided to climb up, he nearly made it when he unfortunately slipped and fell about 100 feet." *Sources AFM ROH Commando Gunner website * 29 Cdo Veteran via CVA Facebook page.
Sgt. Weston was killed while leading a patrol operating near the village of Sukmanda in southern Nahr-e Saraj district, Helmand province. The patrol was participating in an operation to draw insurgents away from the civilian population in order to disrupt their activity and further expand the influence of the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. During the patrol, Sergeant Weston was fatally injured by an improvised explosive device.
Mne. Wigley died as a result of injuries sustained while on an Afghan and UK Task Force force operation on the outskirts of the village of Garmsir, to dislodge Taliban forces who had been responsible for attacks on the town in recent days. He was airlifted to a UK hospital in Camp Bastion, where he sadly later died from his wounds.
Marine Robert Wright died of encephalitis in Malaya.Buried at Batu Gajah, later exhumed, cremated at Sek Keng Cheng Crematorium, Kuala Lumpur and ashes returned to the UK. [Sources: AFM ROH / Malaya Historical Group]