[119], Lance Corporal Kieron Hill, aged 20, from 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters) was killed on 28 May 2009. On 2 January, Rifleman Sachin Limbu, aged 23, of B Sari Bari Company, 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham. [204], On 3 May, L/Cpl Barry Buxton, aged 27, from 21 Engineer Regiment, died after a road collapsed causing his vehicle to roll into a canal in Nad Ali in Helmand province. Nicknamed the Vikings, the regiment is based in Surrey but draws its recruits from Essex, Suffolk, Norfolk and Cambridgeshire. He had been receiving specialist medical care since the attack and his parents were with him when he died. [145], Private Richard Hunt, aged 21, from 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh died on Saturday 15 August 2009 from wounds sustained in Helmand province on 13 August 2009. For the period 1 January 2006 to 31 March 2013 centrally available records show that: In February 2010, the British death toll in Afghanistan exceeded that of the Falklands War.[4]. He was on a patrol in the Nahri Saraj District of Helmand Province. [69] Their deaths brought the total number of British forces who have died in Afghanistan to 100. A ten year history of The East and Royal Anglian Regiment. [177], On 8 February, Warrant Officer Class 2 David Markland, aged 36, from 36 Engineer Regiment, died in an explosion while conducting route clearance operations in the Nad Ali area in Helmand province. report Lance Sergeant Fasfous was killed instantly as a result of an explosion while taking part in a foot patrol alongside the Afghan National Army in the vicinity of FOB Keenan, north east of Gereshk in Helmand province. The Royal Marines Commandos were engaged in close-quarter fighting with the Taliban, and it was during this action that Marine Curry was killed. [177], On 7 February, Cpl John Moore, aged 22, from 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, Royal Scots Borderers, died in an explosion while on patrol near Sangin in Helmand province. Five other soldiers were injured in the explosion. Share. Corporal Bonner was the lead Signaller serving with A (Norfolk) Company Group, 1 Royal Anglian Battlegroup, and had been travelling in a convoy roughly 11 km east of Hyderabad in the Gereshk region of Helmand Province when an explosion hit his vehicle.[50]. Another two Royal Marines were also injured in the blast and received medical treatment.[16]. [72], Private Joe Whittaker, a reserve soldier who was attached to 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, was killed Tuesday 24 June 2008 by a suspected Improvised Explosive Device. John Stubbings - Cambridgeshire Regiment It is now just over 10 years since Roy Stubbings died. Serjeant Reed was attached to the Operational Mentoring and Liaison Team of C Company of the 1st Battalion The Rifles. In Autumn 2017 the 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment deployed to Cyprus. He was at a Forward Operating Base in the Gereshk area of Helmand province when he was fatally wounded when the gun position he was commanding came under attack. [142], Corporal Kevin Mulligan, Lance Corporal Dale Thomas Hopkins and Private Kyle Adams were killed in Afghanistan on Thursday 6 August 2009. They were on a routine patrol when their Jackal (MWMIK) was hit by an IED followed up by a small-arms attack. The number of British dead in the country then reached five short of the total who died in the Falklands war. [219], On 22 June, L/Cpl Michael Taylor, aged 30, from Charlie Company, 40 Commando, shot and killed while on patrol near Sangin in Helmand province. [309][310][311][312][313] Members of the public and families of killed and injured servicemen have campaigned about perceived problems with these vehicles including an online petition to the office of the Prime Minister. After initial treatment, Marine Summers was transported back to a specialist unit in the UK where he later died. Despite the best efforts of all involved he failed to recover consciousness and died with his family round him.[109]. [67], Trooper Ratu Babakobau, aged 29, of the Household Cavalry Regiment was killed Friday 2 May 2008 in Helmand, Afghanistan at 1350hrs local time while providing protection for a routine patrol in the Nowzad area of northern Helmand. [123], Private Robert McLaren, from the Black Watch, 3rd Battalion the Royal Regiment of Scotland, was killed near Kandahar on 11 June 2009 during a deliberate operation against insurgent fighters. [188], On 1 March, Rfn Carlo Apolis, aged 28, from A Company, 4 Rifles, 3 Rifles Battle Group, died in a shooting while on patrol near Sangin in Helmand province. [211], On 8 June, Lance Bombardier Mark Chandler, aged 32, from Regiment Royal Horse Artillery, attached to 4th Regiment Royal Artillery, shot and killed while on patrol near Nad Ali in Helmand province. During the battle Pte Gray was shot and despite receiving medical aid, he was pronounced dead on arrival at the British Hospital at Camp Bastion. Shortly after 1530 hours local time the vehicle he was travelling in was hit by a roadside mine strike. Cpl Wright died attempting to save the life of an injured paratrooper. The battalion has also suffered 56 wounded, plus at least 71 who have suffered broken bones, malaria or severe heat stroke. [260], On 5 December, Private John Howard, aged 23, from 3rd Battalion, The Parachute Regiment, died after being shot by a friendly aircraft. [75], Corporal Jason Stuart Barnes, aged 25, from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, attached to 2nd Battalion The Parachute Regiment, was killed in Afghanistan, Tuesday 22 July 2008. [74], Lance Corporal James "Jimmy" Johnson, B Company, 5th Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland was killed on Saturday 28 June 2008. On 1 July, Warrant Officer Class 2 Leonard Perran Thomas, aged 44, of the Royal Corps of Signals, Guardsman Craig Andrew Roderick, aged 22 and Guardsman Apete Saunikalou Ratumaiyale Tuisovurua, aged 28 of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, were part of a patrol to a checkpoint known as Kamparack Pul to help organise a meeting (shura) with the local detachment of Afghan National Civil Order Police. [218], On 21 June, Marine Paul Warren, aged 23, from Charlie Company, 40 Commando, died in an blast by a grenade when his patrol base was attacked near Sangin in Helmand province. Guardsman David Atherton from the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards was killed in southern Afghanistan on Thursday 26 July 2007. [140], Trooper Phillip 'Lenny' Lawrence, aged 22, serving with C Squadron The Light Dragoons, was killed Monday 27 July 2009 as a result of an explosion that happened while travelling in a FV107 Scimitar CVR(T) as part of a vehicle patrol ensuring the security of an area that had been cleared as part of Operation Panchai Palang, in Lashkar Gah District, central Helmand Province. [182], On 15 February, Sapper Guy Mellors, aged 20, from 36 Engineer Regiment, died in an explosion while clearing roadside bombs north-east of Sangin in Helmand province. [73], Warrant Officer Class 2 Dan Shirley of 13 Air Assault Support Regiment, Royal Logistics Corps was killed while on a Logistic Patrol from Sangin to Camp Bastion when the vehicle he was travelling in rolled over on Friday 27 June 2008. Corporal Day was the third female member of British Forces to be killed in Afghanistan. On 15 December, the official casualty toll up to the end of November 2009 was released by the Ministry of Defence: more than 1,000 members of the Armed Forces had been wounded in action in Afghanistan since the mission began in late 2001. He was killed when the vehicle he was driving struck an anti-tank mine while on a patrol in southern Helmand. LCpl Johnson was part of a vehicle checkpoint patrol operating in the Lashkar Gar area, when he was killed by an anti-personnel mine. [41] Subsequent investigation by the British MOD, and a review by a Board of Enquiry into the evidence collected, found that LCpl Ford was most likely a victim of 'Friendly fire'. [176], On 1 February, L/Cpl Graham Shaw, aged 27, from 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, died in an explosion while on patrol near Malgir in Helmand province. 12 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment (Vikings) . A top-level government review into battlefield procedures is needed, a coroner said at an inquest into the friendly-fire deaths of three soldiers. He was pronounced dead at the scene of the firefight.[64]. He received immediate medical treatment and was then taken by helicopter to the International Security Assistance Force's military hospital at Kandahar, but died shortly after arrival. The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum: Good but it ignores some of the history of the regiments that merged to form the Anglians - See 110 traveler reviews, 86 candid photos, and great deals for Duxford, UK, at Tripadvisor. Join us; University Officers’ Training Corps – be part of a team ; Charity and Benevolence. Lieutenant Colonel Rupert Thorneloe MBE, aged 39, commanding officer of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, and Trooper Joshua Hammond, who was 18 years old, of 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, died Wednesday 1 July 2009, after their BvS 10 Viking was destroyed in an explosion while the men were engaged in Operation Panchai Palang and were part of a resupply convoy heading toward troops in Babaji, north of Lashkar Gah, in Helmand Provence. Music for the day is kindly provided by the Band of the Royal Anglian Regiment and the Corps of Drums of the Cambridgeshire ACF. [110] He was the 150th British soldier to die in the current conflict in Afghanistan. That gives them a one in 45 chance of dying during a six-month tour. The aircraft was serialed XV230 and was crewed by RAF Flight personnel drawn from No 120 Squadron at RAF Kinloss. Lance Corporal Sean Tansey, aged 26, of the Household Cavalry Regiment, died as he repaired a damaged Scimitar tank at a military base in Helmand province on 12 August. In 2009 the total number of deaths had exceeded the landmark of 100 and nearly half of the 464 wounded in battle were injured since November 2008. Families, Non and Post WW2 Service deaths Acting Corporal Marcin Wojtak from 34 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment was killed as a result of an explosion while commanding his vehicle in the desert to the south of Bastion Joint Operating Base on Thursday 1 October 2009. During this operation Sapper Ray was seriously injured in an IED strike. Typically those killed were aged between 20 and 29 and the biggest losses seen in 2009 and 2010. Pte Aaron McClure, from Suffolk, Pte Robert Foster and Pte John Thrumble, both from Essex, died in August 2007. Members who served with Royal Anglian Regiment. [227], On 8 July, Bombardier Samuel Robinson, aged 31, from 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, died in an explosion while on patrol near Sangin in Helmand province. [221], On 23 June, Pte Alex Isaac, aged 20, from 3rd Battalion, The Yorkshire Regiment, died in a vehicle accident with three other soldiers while on patrol in Nahr-e Saraj in Helmand province. [213], On 12 June, L/Cpl Andrew Breeze, aged 31, from 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment, part of 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles Battle Group, died in an explosion while on patrol in Nahr-e Saraj in Helmand province. He was treated on the scene and then flown to Camp Bastion for further treatment, but died from his injuries. [257], On 7 November, Senior Aircraftman Scott Hughes, aged 20, from 1 Squadron, Royal Air Force Regiment, died at the Cyprus Sovereign Base Area after being hit by a speedboat while undertaking decompression duties. The gunman attacked the soft-skinned 4x4 vehicle that the soldiers were travelling in, the vehicle was situated just a few hundred yards from the famous blue mosque. [173], On 15 January Rifleman Luke Famer, aged 19, from 3rd Battalion The Rifles was killed by an IED in Helmand. [255], On 19 October, Acting Corporal David Barnsdale, aged 24, from 33 Engineer Regiment, died in an explosion east of Gereshk, Helmand Province. [134], On 10 July 2009, Corporal Jonathan Horne, aged 28, from Walsall, Rifleman William Aldridge, aged 18 from Bromyard in Herefordshire, Rifleman James Backhouse, aged 18 from Castleford, Yorkshire, Rifleman Joe Murphy, aged 18 from Castle Bromwich, Birmingham, Rifleman Daniel Simpson, aged 20 from Croydon, all from 9 Platoon, C Company, 2nd Battalion The Rifles were killed in two separate blasts on the same patrol near Sangin, Helmand province. [187], On 26 February, Sgt Paul Fox, aged 34, from 28 Engineer Regiment, attached to the Brigade Reconnaissance Force, died in an explosion while on patrol in Nad Ali in Helmand province. The soldier was given first aid at the scene, but died a short time later[82], Warrant Officer Class 2 Gary 'Gaz' O'Donnell GM, aged 40, an Ammunition Technician serving with 11 Explosive Ordnance Disposal Regiment, Royal Logistic Corps died 10 September 2008 in Musa Qaleh, Helmand province, southern Afghanistan. His family have asked for no further information to be released. He received medical treatment at the scene; however he died of his wounds while being taken to the military hospital at Camp Bastion. Two other soldiers were also injured as a result of the blast, one had his back broken. [292], On 14 September, Lance Corporal Jonathan McKinlay, aged 33, of the 1st Battalion, The Rifles, was shot dead when his patrol came under small arms fire in the Nahr-e-Saraj District of Helmand Province. The patrol had identified insurgents in the area and had begun to search and clear a number of compounds in the village. Another soldier was also wounded, but his injuries were not life-threatening. Lead elements of the patrol were pinned down by enemy fire and Private Gray's Platoon manoeuvred to support their comrades and out-flank the enemy. [131], Trooper Christopher 'Norm' Whiteside, aged 22, from Emsdorf Troop The Light Dragoons, died on Tuesday 7 July 2009 as a result of an IED explosion near Gereshk in Helmand Province while taking part in Operation Panchai Palang. [236], On 1 August, Marine Adam Brown, aged 25, from Alpha Company, 40 Commando, died from an explosion in Sangin, Helmand Province. [249], On 10 September, Kingsman Darren Deady, aged 22, from 2nd Battalion, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment, died in the UK after being shot in southern Afghanistan on 23 August 2010. [115] His family were with him when he died. During that time an improvised explosive device was detonated which resulted in the death of Cpl Dempsey and shrapnel and blast injuries to one other ISAF soldier, an Afghan National Army soldier and the patrol interpreter. They were on a patrol to dominate the area and maintain freedom of movement when their Warrior armoured fighting vehicle was struck by an improvised explosive device resulting, tragically, in the deaths of all six personnel. The soldiers, both from the 2nd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Worcesters and Foresters), were taking part in a routine reassurance patrol 17 km north of Lashkar Gah when, shortly after 0915 hours local time, the Land Rover vehicle they were travelling in was caught in an explosion. [15], On 11 June, Captain Jim Philippson, aged 29, from 7 Parachute Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery, was killed in a gunbattle with suspected Taliban militants while he participated in a mobile patrol. 28th61st; Media item; Dec 6, 2016; Comments: 0; Album: Pembroke Military Cemetery, Malta. During August 2002, Sergeant Robert Busuttil, aged 30, from the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) and Corporal John Gregory, aged 30, from the RLC. [43], Marine Scott Summers, age 23, of 42 Commando Royal Marines died on Wednesday 21 February 2007 as a result of injuries sustained in a road traffic accident earlier that month in Afghanistan. All the injured received initial treatment at the British military hospital at Camp Bastion in central Helmand, before being evacuated to Selly Oak Hospital in Birmingham. At about 0715 hours, just west of Lashkar Gah in Helmand Province, a BvS 10 Viking armoured personnel carrier was disabled by an explosion which injured 3 personnel on board. Corporal Gardiner was evacuated by helicopter to the field hospital at Camp Bastion for medical treatment but did not survive. He was killed as a result of an explosion while on patrol in Nad-e-Ali District, Helmand Province. It bears the name of 78 soldiers who all died serving their country in battle zones, ranging from Afghanistan and Iraq to Northern Ireland and Aden. Of those killed, 439 were male and three were female.[2]. He was killed as a result of an explosion that happened while on a vehicle patrol in Babaji District, southern Helmand province. [86], Rifleman Yubraj Rai of the 2nd Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles was killed in Afghanistan on 4 November 2008 while taking part in a joint International Security Assistance Force and Afghan National Security Forces operation against enemy forces south of Musa Qaleh. Fusilier Suesue was 28 years old and originally from Fiji. In the Vietnam War the risk of death was one in 46. Lance Corporal Alex Hawkins 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment killed in Afghanistan It is with deep sadness that the Ministry of Defence … On 31 December, Sapper David Watson from Royal Engineers, died in an explosion while on patrol in the Sangin area of Helmand province. On 11 April 2012, Sapper Ray was involved in a search and clearance operation in the Nad-e-Ali district of central Helmand near to Checkpoint Kahmanan. He died instantly as a result of enemy small arms fire. [249], On 5 September, L/Cpl Joseph Pool, aged 26, from Royal Scots Borderers, 1st Battalion, the Royal Regiment of Scotland, killed a rocket-propelled grenade in Nad Ali, Helmand Province. [176], On 7 February, Pte Sean McDonald, aged 26, from 1st Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland, Royal Scots Borderers, died in an explosion while on patrol near Sangin in Helmand province. These were the first British deaths in a Mastiff armoured vehicle. The two Service personnel were killed by a suicide bomber during a patrol in Gereshk, Helmand province, in the afternoon of Thursday 7 May 2009. Pte Rawson was part of a fighting patrol which came under heavy fire from Taliban fighters shortly before 0600 hours local time. High casualties for Royal Anglian Regiment By Stephen Adams 25 August 2007 • 00:01 am Soldiers in the Royal Anglian Regiment's 1st Battalion are … Crater to the Creggan. On 28 December, Rfn Aidan Howell from 3rd Battalion The Rifles, died in an explosion while on patrol in the Kajaki area of Helmand province. Alle in der folgenden Liste beschriebenen Royal anglian regiment motto sind direkt im Netz im Lager verfügbar und dank der schnellen Lieferzeiten in maximal 2 Tagen bei Ihnen. It was later determined that he had been shot by a Taliban Sleeper agent dressed in an Afghan national Army uniform. During the tour the regiment mourned the loss of two soldiers; on 13 May 2006 Privates Joseva Lewaicei and Adam Morris died as a result of injuries sustained from a roadside bomb attack in Basra. A number of other soldiers were also injured in the incident, two seriously. [229], On 13 July, Cpl Arjun Purja Pun, aged 33, from 1st Battalion, The Royal Gurkha Rifles, shot and killed by an Afghan soldier while on patrol near Nahr-e Saraj in Helmand province. [48] Pte Gray was taking part in a clearance patrol in the town of Now Zad when it was attacked by the Taliban who were using small arms, heavy machine guns, rocket-propelled grenades, mortars and rockets in their attack on the patrol. Serjeant Phillip Scott from 3rd Battalion, The Rifles was killed by an improvised explosive device at Sangin, Helmand Province on 5 November 2009. Consensus on the airfield was that the enemy had laid the IED behind the outgoing patrol, and the vehicle returned to the perimeter along the same route, triggering the explosion. The original content was at Category:Royal Anglian Regiment. He operated out of Checkpoint Khoorashan in the Babaji area at the northern tip of the Lashkar Gah district. [226], On 5 July, Trooper James Leverett, aged 20, from D Squadron, Viking Group, Royal Dragoon Guards, died in an explosion while on patrol near Nahr-e Saraj in Helmand province. The explosion is believed to have been from an improvised explosive device. The marine died as a result of wounds sustained from enemy fire in an area to the south west of Sangin, in Northern Helmand. Due to Cpl Newell's work, his age at the time of his death was not released. He was 21 years old and from Saltash, Cornwall. See Operation Toral, Operation Herrick, and Operation Veritas. The 1st Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment known as the Vikings,take the lead in a massive operation with Afghan troops in the southern Afghan town of Gereshk to root out potential taliban members. His citation was read out at the Grenadier Guard barracks in Aldershot. Private Williams' platoon was attempting to recover the body of an Afghan National Army warrior who was killed earlier in the day, when an IED exploded killing Pte Williams. The first Anglian casualty was Lance Corporal George Davey, 23, who died in a firearms accident on May 20, not long after the regiment was sent to Afghanistan. Despite the best efforts of the medical team, both died as a result of their wounds. [243], On 12 August, Rifleman Remand Kulung, aged 27, from 1st Battalion, The Mercian Regiment, died in the UK after being injured when a helicopter crashed into his lookout position within Nahr-e Saraj, Helmand Province. 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