Discussion in 'RM Operational News' started by News, Oct 24, 2012.
Rest in peace.
Female Soldier Killed In Afghanistan Named
A soldier from Northern Ireland killed in Afghanistan has been named as Channing Day from 3 Medical Regiment.
Rest In Peace
It is with great sadness that the Ministry of Defence must confirm the deaths of Corporal David O?Connor from 40 Commando Royal Marines and Corporal Channing Day from 3 Medical Regiment on Wednesday 24 October 2012 while on patrol in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province.
Two killed in Afghanistan named
A Royal Marine and an Army medic who died after being injured while on patrol in Afghanistan are named by the Ministry of Defence.
Corporal Dave O'Connor was a colleague, one of our forum members, (username: RM) and worked at Portsmouth AFCO not so long ago as an assistant Careers Adviser.
A great loss to the Corps.
He will be sorely missed.
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Rest in Peace.
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Rest in peace sweetheart, I will always have many happy memories from our time working together x
Army deaths 'not friendly fire'
A Royal Marine and an Army medic who died after being injured in Afghanistan were not killed by British forces, the Ministry of Defence says.
R.I.P. At The Going Down Of The Sun And In The Morning, We Will Remember Them.
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RIP to both.
Ninja, did Cpl. O' Connor post much here?
Not a huge amount, but he was one of my main reference sources, I used to pester him for answers to queries on here whilst he was working in recruiting. After filtering out the witty expletives, I'd invariably post the answer in a sanitised form.
I personally know the Day family. Especially corporal Days brother. Top girl. Loved serving her country. RIP David and Channing
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