Sergeant Lee Johnson, Trooper Jack Sadler, Captain John Mc..

#1
http://youtube.com/watch?v=maW8qDpNWt8

A video tribute to the British servicemen killed in Afghanistan during 2007:

Sergeant Lee Johnson

Trooper Jack Sadler

Captain John McDermid

Lance Corporal Jake Alderton

Major Alexis Roberts

Colour Sergeant Phillip Newman

Private Brian Tunnicliffe

Corporal Ivano Violino

Sergeant Craig Brelsford

Private Johan Botha

Private Damian Wright

Private Ben Ford

Senior Aircraftman Christopher Bridge

Private Aaron James McClure

Private Robert Graham Foster

Private John Thrumble

Captain David Hicks

Private Tony Rawson

Lance Corporal Michael Jones

Sergeant Barry Keen

Guardsman David Atherton

Lance Corporal Alex Hawkins

Guardsman Daryl Hickey

Sergeant Dave Wilkinson

Captain Sean Dolan

Drummer Thomas Wright

Guardsman Neil 'Tony' Downes

Lance Corporal Paul "Sandy" Sandford

Corporal Mike Gilyeat

Corporal Darren Bonner

Guardsman Daniel Probyn

Lance Corporal George Russell Davey

Guardsman Simon Davison

Private Chris Gray

WO2 Michael Smith

Marine Benjamin Reddy

Lance Bombardier Ross Clark

Lance Bombardier Liam McLaughlin

Marine Scott Summers

Royal Marine Jonathan Holland

Lance Corporal Mathew Ford

Royal Marine Thomas Curry


http://youtube.com/watch?v=maW8qDpNWt8

Rest in peace.
 
#3
Good Video .. Excellent choice of song.
 
#4
Good Video,


probably best to disable "comments" on it though, similar videos get comments from some people glamourising the fact that they'd been killed.

Edited to add: when i say "glamourising" i mean in from the point of view of the Taliban/extreemists. Wasn't sure whether i was clear enough.
 
#6
Top vid..RIP lads.
As has been said good tune, who is it?
 
#9
CH512O said:
Top vid..RIP lads.
As has been said good tune, who is it?
Open Your Eyes by Snow Patrol.
 
#11
Excellent vid.

Seeing the smiling kids I thought maybe it's all worth it.

Seeing the names of those who died, maybe it's really not.

At the height of the troubles, did we lose that many bods in one year in NI?

All very, very, very sad and for a thankless government too...
 
#12
When I saw the length of the list it brought it all home.Far, far too long
 
#14
Airfix said:
Excellent vid.

Seeing the smiling kids I thought maybe it's all worth it.

Seeing the names of those who died, maybe it's really not.

At the height of the troubles, did we lose that many bods in one year in NI?
All very, very, very sad and for a thankless government too...

More, 1972 was a particularly hard year. :(
 
#18
RIP guys our thoughts go out to all your families and friends.


Stilts
 
#19
RIP,in all honesty there is not a lot more I can really add to the comments that have gone before,here's hoping we won't have too many more of these videos to watch. :cry:
 
#20
RFUK said:
Bad_Crow said:
In One Year???
In one year :evil:

More were killed in NI, as someone pointed out, but we also had a lot more troops deployed over there.
True, but not every Mick and his dog had an AK and the promise of 72 virgins, but point taken.

Let's hope come next Jan' a wise person will enter the Whitehouse and call endex on this politically bankrupt statergy in Stan and Iraq.
 

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