Three UK soldiers killed in Iraq

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  1. General Melchett

    General Melchett LE Moderator

    They shall not grow old....................................and sadly probably won't draw as much attention as events last week.
     
  2. Deepest sympathy to all the famillies. RIP guys.
     
  3. Oh my goodness...

    What a way to start your day..

    Rest in peace. My prayers for them and their families
     
  4. 3 more lost to the eternal hell hole that is Iraq!

    rest in peace guys
     
  5. My condolonces to all three families.

    Ne Obliviscarus.
     
  6. Rest in Peace lads, your mates are waiting with a brew for you at the gates to Valhalla. My condolences to all three families.
     
  7. This is terrible news.

    RIP.

    Condolences to the families and friends left behind.
     
  8. RIP lads - our thoughts are with their families and their Regiment.
     
  9. RIP guys, Iraq has claimed yet more lives.

    Much has been said,(Soldier Mag by the OC and the BBC) that the situtation is improving in southern Iraq.

    I am skeptical of this, ... clearly today's shocking news proves that things are far from improving.

    As General Melchett says London's events still overide the sacrifice being made by British Service personnel, lets remind our friends and families that our guys and girls are putting their lives on the line every day... they/we should not forget this!

    Quietly and as ever professionally, they go about there duties.

    Lest we forget, the living and those that have given their lives.
     
  10. Condolences to the family and friends of the Bereaved.

    Rest in Peace

    Lest We Forget
     
  11. Rod924

    Rod924 LE Reviewer

    RIP Lads :(
     
  12. ViroBono

    ViroBono LE Moderator

    What terrible news for families and friends, who can at least be proud of their young men.
     
  13. A sad day, RIP.
     
  14. Sympathy to all family and friends RIP lads