War in Iraq: One Year Later

Cpl. Stephen John Allbutt
Sapper Luke Allsopp
Cpl. Russell Aston
Fusilier Russell Beeston
Lance Cpl. Shaun Andrew Brierley
Colour Sgt. John Cecil
Trooper David Jeffrey Clarke
Lance Cpl. Andrew Jason Craw
Staff Sgt. Simon Cullingworth
Lt. Philip D. Green
Capt. Philip Stuart Guy
Sgt. Simon Alexander Hamilton- Jewell
Leonard Harvey
Sgt. Les Hehir
Lance Cpl. Matty Hull
Lance Cpl. Benjamin John McGowan Hyde
Capt. David Jones
Pvt. Andrew Joseph Kelly
Lance Cpl. Thomas Richard Keys
Lt. Antony King
Lt. Marc A. Lawrence
Capt. James Linton
Cpl. Paul Graham Long
Christopher R. Maddison
Flight Lt. Kevin Barry Main
Lance Cpl. Ian Keith Malone
Lance Cpl. James McCue
Staff Sgt. Chris Muir
Sgt. John Nightingale
Sgt. Norman Patterson
Cpl. Ian Plank
Cpl. Dewi Pritchard
Gunner Duncan Geoffrey Pritchard
Sgt. Steven Mark Roberts
Mechanic (Comm.) Second Class Ian Seymour
Lance Cpl. Karl Shearer
Cpl. David John Shepherd
Pvt. Jason Smith
Maj. James Stenner
Lance Cpl. Barry 'Baz' Stephen
Warrant Officer Second Class Mark Stratford
Sapper Robert Thomson
Maj. Matthew Titchener
Fusilier Kelan John Turrington
Lt. Alexander Tweedie
Warrant Officer Colin Wall
Maj. Jason Ward
Lt. Philip West
Flight Lt. David Rhys Williams
Lt. James Williams
Lt. Andrew S. Wilson
Rifleman Vincent Calvin Windsor

Rest in peace, we remember you.

Fallen Heroes, each and everyone, who now walk with the Angels and watch over all of us.

May we forever cherish them and their sacrifice. As we say here in the USA:

"All Gave Some, Some Gave ALL!"

may your families and comrades find peace and comfort.
And now added two years later.....

Corporal Richard Ivell, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Fusilier Gordon Gentle, Royal Highland Fusiliers
Flight Lieutenant Kristian Gover, 33 Squadron RAF
Private Christopher Rayment, Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment
Private Lee O'Callaghan, Princess of Wales' Royal Regiment
Private Marc Ferns, The Black Watch
Lance Corporal Paul Thomas, The Light Infantry
Fusilier Stephen Jones, The Royal Welch Fusiliers
Corporal Marc Taylor, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Gunner David Lawrence, Royal Artillery
Private Kevin McHale, The Black Watch
Staff Sergeant Denise Michelle Rose, Royal Military Police
Sergeant Stuart Gray, The Black Watch
Private Paul Lowe, The Black Watch
Private Scott McArdle, The Black Watch
Private Pita Tukutukuwaqa, The Black Watch
Acting Chief Petty Officer Simon Roger Owen
Sergeant Paul Connolly, Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers
Squadron Leader Patrick Marshall, Headquarters Strike Command
Flight Lieutenant David Stead, 47 Squadron, RAF Lyneham
Flight Lieutenant Andrew Smith, 47 Squadron, RAF Lyneham
Flight Lieutenant Paul Pardoel, 47 Squadron, RAF Lyneham
Master Engineer Gary Nicholson, 47 Squadron, RAF Lyneham
Chief Technician Richard Brown, RAF Lyneham
Flight Sergeant Mark Gibson, 47 Squadron, RAF Lyneham
Sergeant Robert O'Connor, RAF Lyneham
Corporal David Williams, RAF Lyneham
Acting Lance Corporal Steven Jones, Royal Signals

thanks bbc. nice to mark the occasion with a rememberance for those who gave their lives.

May they have a peaceful life on the otherside

Rest In Pease. You gave everything.

Enough is enough!

Please stop this Mr Blair!


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Go well lads.


A poem by Peter S. Griffin

Death found us, on the battlefields of freedom,
Duty, Honor, Country, the noblest of reasons....
Fallen Screaming Eagles, we paid the toll,
Our sacrifices, etched, forever, on our souls....

Engaging battle, from the sky,
Looking death, straight in the eye....
We feared no enemy, on this earth,
On righteousness, Fallen Screaming Eagles perch....

Now we lay silent, in fields of green,
Our children, in FREEDOM, frolic in our dreams....
Eternal peace, granted, by a loving God,
Our highest decoration, the FORGET-ME-NOT, to cover our sod....
A shameful complete and utter waste of life. Killed purely because of the vanity of Mr Blair. Through no fault of their own, I fear they died in vain.

God bless them and rest their souls.

Pristinae virtutis memor.

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