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I thought there needed to be a single image of all those who died in this war--only then can the scope of the sacrifice of such brave young people be understood.
COLUMN 1 Line 1 Private Darren John George, from the Royal Anglian Regiment, Corporal John Gregory of the Royal Logistic Corps, Sergeant Robert Busuttil of the Royal Logistic Corps, Private Jonathan Kitulagoda, the Rifle Volunteers, Lance Corporal Steven Sherwood, 1st Battalion, The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Light Infantry, Corporal Mark Cridge, 7 Signal Regiment, Lance Corporal Peter Edward Craddock, 1st Battalion The Royal Gloucestershire, Berkshire and Wiltshire Regiment, Captain Jim Philippson, 7 Parachute Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, Sergeant Paul Bartlett, Royal Marines, Captain David Patten, of the Parachute Regiment.
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Line 11 Lance Corporal James Bateman, 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment (2 Para), Private Jeff Doherty, of 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment (2 Para), Corporal Sean Robert Reeve of the Royal Signals, Paul Stout, Corporal Sarah Bryant of the Intelligence Corps [FIRST woman fatality of Afghan war], Lance Corporal Richard Larkin, Warrant Officer Class 2 Michael Williams of 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment (2 PARA), Private Joe Whittaker, Warrant Officer Dan Shirley, Lance Corporal James Johnson, B Company, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
British fatalities in Afghanistan It is with very deep regret that the Ministry of Defence has confirmed the following fatalities suffered during operations in Afghanistan.
As at 23 July 2015, a total of 454 British forces personnel or MOD civilians died while serving in Afghanistan since the start of operations in October 2001.
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