Roll of Honour

Roll of Honour

Felix Memorial Garden

This small garden is situated in Thiepval Barracks. It commemorates those of 321 EOD Company Royal Army Ordnance Corps who died in service undertaking bomb disposal in Northern Ireland. The garden features a mural of Belfast by Kelvin Hunter, along with benches, a...

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LATEST REPATRIATION FROM AFGHANISTAN

Repatriation Notification The Repatriations of Capt Thomas Clarke,Army Air Corps WO2 Spencer Faulkner. Army Air Corps Cpl James Walters.Army Air Corps Flt Lt Rakesh Chauhan RAF. Intelligence Corps L/Cpl Oliver Thomas.  Intelligence Corps,  Will take place on Tuesday...

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The Burial of the Unknown Warrior

One evening in 1916 a young padre, David Railton, came back from the line where he had been conducting a burial service. He entered a billet somewhere near Armentieres and in the small back garden, very close to the house, was a grave marked by a rough, white cross....

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AFGHANISTAN ROLL OF HONOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC ALBUM

Ladies and Gentlemen. For the last 20 years the Palace Barracks Memorial Garden in Holywood, Northern Ireland has been a place of remembrance for the bereaved families and friends of members of the Armed Forces who lost their lives Worldwide in the last 60 years. I...

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ROLL OF HONOUR ALBUM AFGHANISTAN UK ARMED FORCES

Ladies and Gentlemen. For the last 20 years the Palace Barracks Memorial Garden in Holywood, Northern Ireland has been a place of remembrance for the bereaved families and friends of members of the Armed Forces who lost their lives Worldwide in the last 60 years.I...

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LATEST SERVICEMAN KILLED IN AFGHANISTAN NAMED

  Captain Holloway, of County Durham, was 29. He leaves behind parents Jaquie and Neil, brother Luke and girlfriend Sandy. The family have paid the following tribute: Our son Richard was an exceptional young man, a perfectionist in everything he did and a loyal...

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Memorial Book

On This Day

Rifleman Daniel Coffey
Roll of Honour Rifleman Daniel Coffey
Published On: 27th February 2007
Rifleman Coffey, 21, died as a result of injuries sustained during a patrol in north Basra. He was returning to his base at the Shatt-Al-Arab Hotel after taking part in a task mentoring the Iraqi Police Service when his patrol was ambushed by two gunmen. Rifleman Coffey was on top cover providing protection for the patrol vehicles when he came Continue Reading

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