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#1
My thoughts are with all the medics of all cap badges in theatre who pick up the pieces day in day out

A terrible end to a terrible week in Basra

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/6529081.stm

"The women belonged to the Intelligence Corps and Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps.

They were returning from a patrol close to Basra when the blast went off. The two male soldiers who were killed alongside them were from the Royal Army Medical Corps and 2nd Battalion The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment."
 
#4
RIP

In Arduis Fedelis / Sub Cruce Candida
 
#5
RIP

Thoughts and prayers with their families, colleagues, friends and their injured associate.

The worst day for two years - yet a good one in one way.
 
#8
BBC now say 2 females (1 Int Corps and one RAMC) and two males (1 RAMC and one Dukes)

Another sad day

another 4 candles needed

My heart as always goes out to the families

RIP comrades
 
#9
RIP,
 
#10
Oh no.... heard the bad news this morning at work, made a sad day even sadder if that was possible. Do they not know what the Red Cross is and means?

My thoughts are most definitely with family, friends and past colleagues at this sad time. RIP Boys and Girls.......
 
#11
RIP

O God, whose blessed Son was made perfect though suffering, give thy grace, we beseech thee, to thy servants of the Royal Army Medical Corps, that by loyalty in hard service after the example of Saint Luke the beloved physician, we may be found faithful in ministering to those that need, for his sake who went about doing good, the same thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
 
#13
To those left behind, my deepest condolences and my thoughts are with you.

A speedy recovery to the injured.
 
#17
Always at the front, always in the heat of battle, always amongst the first to deploy. God bless all of you and from the AMS family, Rest in Peace.
 

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