Iraq

It is with very deep regret that the Ministry of Defence has confirmed the following fatalities suffered during Operation TELIC.

A total of 179 British Armed Forces personnel or MOD civilians have died serving on Operation TELIC since the start of the campaign in March 2003. Of these, 136 were killed as a result of hostile action. 43 are known to have died either as a result of illness, non-combat injuries or accidents, or have not yet officially been assigned a cause of death pending the outcome of an investigation.

Sergeant Duane ‘Baz’ Barwood

It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the death of Sergeant Duane 'Baz' Barwood, attached to 903 Expeditionary Air Wing, Royal Air Force on Friday 29 February 2008, as a result of a rocket attack on the Contingency Operating Base in Basra....

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Sergeant Eddie Collins killed in Iraq

It is with deep sadness that the MOD must confirm the death of Sergeant Eddie Collins of the Parachute Regiment in Iraq on Wednesday 5 September 2007. Sgt Collins’ commanding officer paid the following tribute: Sgt Collins was a champion soldier, a proud and loving...

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Cpl Rodney Wilson

Corporal Wilson, aged 30, was killed in the Al Atiyah district, north west of Basra City at about 0220 hours. His patrol was part of a search and detention operation led by 2nd Battalion The Royal Welsh when they came under attack from small arms fire and rocket...

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Private Johnathon Dany Wysoczan

Private Wysoczan, aged 21, from 4 Platoon, B Company, First Battalion The Staffordshire Regiment, died as a result of injuries he had sustained during a patrol in South Basra, Iraq, last week, when his vehicle was tasked to investigate a possible mortar firing point....

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Rfn Daniel Lee Coffey

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...

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Lance Corporal Thomas Keys

Aged 20, he came from Llanuwchllyn, near Bala in Wales, and was single. He joined the Army in August 1998, initially serving with 1st Battalion, The Parachute Regiment. He transferred to the RMP and joined 156 Provost Company in January 2002. He had served on...

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Lance Corporal Benjamin Hyde

Aged 23, he came from Northallerton in Yorkshire and was single. Ben Hyde joined the Army in June 2001 and was posted to 156 Provost Company in March 2002, where he served with the Parachute Provost Platoon. A qualified radio operator, he was on his first operational...

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Corporal Simon Miller

Aged 21, he came from Washington in Tyne and Wear, and was engaged to be married. Si Miller joined the Army in January 2000 and was posted to 156 Provost Company after passing the RMP junior non-commissioned officers course at Chichester. A qualified radio operator,...

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Corporal Paul Long

Aged 24, he came from Colchester in Essex. Born in Portsmouth, Paul Long attended Blackmoor CofE Primary School and All Hallows RC Comprehensive in Aldershot, before moving to South Shields where he attended Hebburn College. He joined the Regular Army in April 1999,...

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Sergeant Simon Hamilton-Jewell

Aged 41, he came from Chessington in Surrey, and was single. Sergeant Hamilton-Jewell was known to his friends as ‘HJ’. The Platoon Sergeant of the Parachute Provost Platoon, he joined the Army in August 1988 and joined 156 Provost Company in March 2002. He had...

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Cpl Brian Criddle BEM
Cpl Brian Criddle BEM
Published On: 22nd July 1973
  Died: July 22 1973 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. Died four days after being injured in land mine attack.
Thomas Graham Fenton
Thomas Graham Fenton
Published On: 22nd July 1976
Died: 22nd July 1977 Officer Fenton was a member of the Northern Ireland Prison Service from October 1976 until 22 July 1977 when he was shot dead by the IRA while having a drink in Molloys bar. Ballymoney. Co Antrim he was off duty when he was murdered.
Stones on Memorial Wall,Palace Barracks
Stones on Memorial Wall,Palace Barracks
Published On: 22nd July 2013
These are just some of the polished granite memorials stones which are to be seen on the memorial wall in the Palace Barracks Memorial Garden in Northern Ireland. They are dedicated to the individual Regiments and Corps who served in the Palace Barracks and lost their lives in Northern Ireland and later on in Operations around the World while stationed Continue Reading

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