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  1. Northern Ireland | May 25, 1971 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    On the evening of the 25th May 1971 a terrorist entered the reception hall of Springfield Road Police station in Belfast. He carried a suitcase from which a smoking fuse protruded.

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  2. Northern Ireland | July 14, 1971 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Shot driving a Land Rover on night patrol in Anderstown area of Belfast. The vehicle was ambushed by several gunmen and witnesses said PteBarton ACCelerated towards gunmen to provide cover for colleagues..

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  3. Northern Ireland | June 24, 1972 | Parachute Regiment, 1 Para

    Killed with two other soldiers when their Land Rover was destroyed by two landmines.

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  4. Northern Ireland | SePteber 20, 1972 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    DIed in hospital three days after being shot in the head while on foot patrol in the Ballymurphy area of West Belfast.

  5. Northern Ireland | April 7, 1972 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed when his Land Rover went over a landmine consisting of 200-300lbs of explosive packed into a culvert under a road at Tullyogallaghan.

  6. Northern Ireland | April 7, 1972 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed when his Land Rover went over a landmine consisting of 200-300lbs of explosive packed into a culvert under a road at Tullyogallaghan.

  7. Northern Ireland | April 16, 1972 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    Killed in a tragic shooting incident at Flax Street Mill, Belfast.

  8. Northern Ireland | May 5, 1973 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed on foot patrol near Crossmaglen when he walked past a mine that was Detonated from a wire that led across the border.

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  9. Northern Ireland | May 24, 1973 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed by bomb blast when securing a booby trapped house near Crossmaglen owned by a man serving with the Royal Irish Rgrs. The house was a few hundred yards from border and the bomb was believed to have been detonated remotely from the Republic.

  10. Northern Ireland | March 16, 1974 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed when his four man patrol in countryside near Crossmaglen was ambushed near the border by IRA gunmen.

  11. Northern Ireland | June 28, 1976 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    killed by remote controlled bomb during 12-man foot patrol near Crossmaglen.

  12. Northern Ireland | August 8, 1978 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    killed in Crossmaglen by 5lb remote controlled bomb left on bicycle. Gave his name to part of Army-RUC base jutting into main square in the town centre.

  13. Northern Ireland | March 17, 1978 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    Shot dead in a gun battle with IRA gunmen near the Glenshane Pass. Some reports said he was involved in a covert observation post when he spotted two suspected gunmen. Jones stood up to challenge the men and was fatally wounded, but he shot back wounding one man.

  14. Northern Ireland | August 8, 1976 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    killed in Crossmaglen by 5lb remote controlled bomb left on bicycle. Gave his name to part of Army-RUC base jutting into main square in the town centre.

  15. Northern Ireland | March 17, 1978 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    shot dead in a gun battle with IRA gunmen near the Glenshane Pass. Some reports said he was involved in a covert observation post when he spotted two suspected gunmen. Jones stood up to challenge the men and was fatally wounded, but he shot back wounding one man.

  16. Northern Ireland | July 12, 1978 | Parachute Regiment, 1 Para

    killed by booby trap bomb in Crossmaglen hidden under manhole cover that was detonated as a six man patrol walked by.

  17. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  18. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  19. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  20. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  21. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  22. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  23. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  24. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  25. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  26. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  27. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  28. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  29. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  30. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  31. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  32. Northern Ireland | August 27, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Killed at Warrenpoint, described by the Paras as their worst post war disaster.

  33. Northern Ireland | December 16, 1979 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed by booby trap bomb in remote farmhouse near Tullydonnel, Forkhill. He had narrowly escaped death at Warrenpoint by transferring at the last moment from the vehicle hit by the first blast to a Land Rover that did not face the main blast.

  34. Northern Ireland | January 1, 1980 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed accidentally by his own men after he broke standard operating procedures by moving once he had set up an ambush in Tullydonnel area. He was with his signaller who was also killed.

  35. Northern Ireland | August 9, 1980 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    killed by remote controlled bomb while patrolling near Forkhill.

  36. Northern Ireland | December 2, 1984 | Parachute Regiment, 2 Para

    Serving with the SAS he was killed in an operation which left two IRA gunmen dead and another two captured while more than 1,000lb of explosives was recovered. Awarded the Military Medal.

  37. Northern Ireland | July 28, 1988 | Parachute Regiment, 1 Para

    Blown up by an IRA landmine near Cullyhanna as he led a 12-man joint army and police patrol.

  38. Northern Ireland | November 18, 1989 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    Blown up in a Land Rover near Mayobridge as it drove over an IRA landmine detonated by two men who escaped on a stolen motorcycle.

  39. Northern Ireland | June 19, 1991 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    Shot by gunmen while visiting his fiancée in what was considered a safe part of East Belfast. The gunmen knocked at the door, forced their way past the woman and shot the soldier five times as he watched television.

  40. Northern Ireland | June 27, 1992 | Parachute Regiment, 3 Para

    L/Cpl Coulson and L/Cpl Sullivan were killed in a drowning accident while crossing a river, during a patrol. one died going back to help his friend who had got into difficulties halfway across the river. It was the last patrol before the Battalion left the Province.

  41. Northern Ireland | October 17, 1971 | 1st The Queens Dragoon Guards

    Died two days after being shot in a Provisional IRA gun attack on the Oldpark Road, Belfast, N Ireland. Sgt Cox was patrolling in a Ferret armoured scout car when the shooting took place.

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  42. Northern Ireland | May 17, 1972 | Royal Engineers

    Shot dead while working on the perimeter fence outside Crossmaglen RUC/Army base, County Armagh

  43. Northern Ireland | June 28, 1972 | Royal Engineers

    Shot dead while on mobile patrol in the short Strand area of Belfast

  44. Northern Ireland | October 2 1972 | Royal Engineers

    Sapper Ted Stuart was in plain clothes posing as a laundry man; he was machine-gunned to his death in his van by two Provisional gunmen on the Twinbrook housing estate in Dunmurry, Nr Belfast. Sapper Stuart was driving a green Morris van marked "Four Square Laundry" - a non-existent company. A member of the Women's Royal Army Corps was posing as a delivery girl.

    Speculation that he was serving with the Special Air Service was denied.

  45. Northern Ireland | May 5, 1973 | Royal Engineers

    Killed by a remote controlled bomb which was detonated while his patrol searched a house in Cullaville in County Armagh

  46. Northern Ireland | July 20, 1973 | Royal Engineers

    Killed by a booby trapped bomb while leading a foot patrol in Middletown County Armagh.

  47. Northern Ireland | July 2, 1974 | Royal Engineers

    Killed by a booby trapped bomb while on foot patrol near a derelict house near Newtownhamilton in County Armagh.

  48. Northern Ireland | July 21, 1976 | Royal Engineers

    Killed by a booby trapped bomb left out side the Ebrington Army Camp in the Waterside area of Londonderry.

  49. Northern Ireland | December 11, 1976 | Royal Engineers

    Shot dead by a sniper while on a foot patrol in the Bogside area of Londonderry

  50. Germany | February 16, 1980 | Royal Engineers

    While off duty at his army quarter home in Bielefeld, West Germany he was brutally murdered by IRA gunmen

  51. London | August 1, 1988 | Royal Engineers

    Killed in a time bomb attack at the Mill hill, Inglis Army Camp in London

  52. Northern Ireland | April 6, 1982 | Royal Engineers

    killed in tragic shooting accident. Forkhill, Co Armagh.

  53. Northern Ireland | November 2, 1991 | Royal Army Medical Corp

    Killed when the IRA detonated a bomb At the military wing of Musgrave Park Hospital in Belfast'

    It was later disclosed that the bomb had been carried through a children's ward, which ran adjacent to the military wing. A hospital porter was later convicted of the atrocity.

  54. Northern Ireland | Date to Follow | Royal Army Dental Corps

    While off duty with two of his friends S/Sgt Barrington Joseph Foster Aged 28 of the Duke of Edinburghs Royal Regiment and Sgt Thomas William Penrose Aged 28 of the Royal Corps of Transport were lured to a house by some women on the pretext of a party being held in the Antrim Road area of Belfast. The IRA were waiting for them after being taken prisoner they were escorted one at a time into another room in the house and executed This cold bloody murder of three unarmed soldiers was claimed by the IRA.

  55. Northern Ireland | July 22, 1973 | Royal Army Veterinary Corps

    Killed by a bomb near Clogher in Co Tyrone, He was attached to the Royal Tank Regiment when he was killed, He had been awarded the BEM for his service in Ulster, His dog survived the Blast, he was from Blockley in Gloucestershire.

  56. Northern Ireland | May 21, 1988 | Royal Army Veterinary Corps

    Was killed along with his dog in a terrorist booby-trap bomb at Castleblayney Road, Crossmaglen. He went forward to investigate a box, partly hidden in a ditch, and on doing so the bomb detonated. Corporal Hayes was buried with the ashes of his dog.

  57. Northern Ireland | May 25, 1991 | Royal Army Veterinary Corps

    Cpl T O'Neill Aged 44. Killed by a home made grenade thrown over the wall of North Howard Street Army base, West Belfast. He was serving as a dog-handler and was feeding his Labrador at the time. He had served 22 years and was due to retire from the army in 6 months.

  58. Northern Ireland | May 28, 1986 | Ulster Defence Regiment

    Cpl David Brown was killed along with his search dog by a bomb left in a garage. He was awarded a posthumous Queens Gallantry Medal

  59. Northern Ireland | August 18, 1971 | Light Infantry

    Shot by a sniper in West Belfast.

  60. Northern Ireland | August 28, 1972 | Light Infantry

    Shot by accident when mistaken for a terrorist gunman, in Ardoyne, North Belfast. From Bodwin, Cornwall.

  61. Northern Ireland | September 30, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Shot while on duty in Ardoyne, North Belfast. A year earlier his brother had also been murdered in Ulster. From West Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

  62. Northern Ireland | October 28, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Shot while on patrol in Crossmaglen. From Bristol.

  63. Northern Ireland | June 10, 1983 | Light Infantry

    Killed by a bomb in a lamppost in the Ballymurphy area. From Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

  64. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  65. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  66. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  67. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  68. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  69. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  70. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  71. Northern Ireland | August 20, 1988 | Light Infantry

    One of the 8 soldiers killed in a landmine attack at Curr near Ballygawley roundabout, County Tyrone, while travelling back by coach to his base in Omagh from the International Airport at Aldergrove. He had been on home leave with his family and was returning to his duties.

  72. Northern Ireland | March 12, 1997 | Light Infantry

    Private Andrew J Richardson aged 20. killed in an incident while on patrol duty in an armoured vehicle in Belfast. He had just returned to his base having spent 2 weeks on home leave with his family and friends in South Shields.

  73. Northern Ireland | September 15, 1971 | Light Infantry

    Shot while travelling to Coalisland. A year later his brother was also murdered in Ulster. From West Hartlepool, Co. Durham.

  74. Northern Ireland | August 24, 1972 | Light Infantry

    Shot by a sniper while on patrol in Londonderry. It was his third tour of Ulster. From Ellesmere Port, Cheshire.

  75. Northern Ireland | May 13, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Killed by a bomb in a derelict factory in Donegall Road. From Sunderland.

  76. Northern Ireland | May 14, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Fatally wounded by a bomb in a derelict factory the previous day. From Thornley, Co. Durham.

  77. Northern Ireland | July 1, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Shot by a sniper in the Ballymurphy estate. It was the day of his 25th birthday. Ten days later his wife went into labour and both babies died.

  78. Northern Ireland | July 20, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Was killed in a tragic car accident.

  79. Northern Ireland | Date to Follow | Light Infantry

    Shot by a sniper in Crossmaglen. From Herefordshire.

  80. Northern Ireland | February 28, 1973 | Light Infantry

    Shot while on 'lollipop patrol'. At lunchtime the schools in Ardoyne were patrolled to protect the school-kids from sectarian clashes. As the children came out of school the gunmen opened fire. From Lydeard, Somerset.