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Andrew Breeze

"Breezy"

Andrew Breeze

(Passed – 2010)

  • Lit for your bravery, burns for your courage, last forever like your memory, thank you to all our forces. RIP.
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Andrew Breeze

Andrew Breeze
(Passed – 2010)

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Andrew Breeze

(Passed – 2010)
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About Andrew
This tribute is dedicated to the memory of Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze. Andrew Breeze from B (Malta) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Saturday 12 June 2010.
During an operation to clear an area near to Check Point KINGSHILL in order to increase security around the military base, Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze was caught in an explosion and was killed in action.
Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze was 31 years old and from Manchester. He enlisted into the Army in February 1996 and joined 1st Battalion The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment in Ballykelly, Northern Ireland following completion of basic training.
He has served in the United Kingdom and Cyprus,
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and on operations three times in Northern Ireland, twice in Iraq and also in Afghanistan. He successfully completed a Junior Non-Commissioned Officers' Cadre and was duly promoted to Lance Corporal in December 2002.
He deployed to Patrol Base 1 in the Babaji area of Helmand Province in southern Afghanistan in March 2010 with B (Malta) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) as part of the 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles Battlegroup, which forms Combined Force Nahr-e Saraj (South).
The company has been tirelessly providing stability and security to the local population whilst promoting Afghan governance and economic growth. B (Malta) Company has improved the quality of the lives of
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hundreds of local nationals around the villages of Enezai and Char Coucha by providing much needed security and reassurance to the Afghans.
Andrew's family paid the following tribute:
"We are very proud of a brave, loving and sincere son and brother. He served for 14 years in the Armed Forces and was recognised as an excellent soldier. The Army was his life. He is going to be desperately missed by his family and his fiancée."
This online memorial is in memory of Andrew Breeze, his life and the ultimate sacrifice that he made. He will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Jun 2010
Anonymous
wrote:
Another hero passes away. Rest easy soldier. You have done your duty. RIP.
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Jun 2010
Anonymous
wrote:
I didn't know you Andrew but I salute your courage and bravery for doing such a difficult job in such difficult circumstances. You are a true hero. May you rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 14th Jun 2010
Barbara McCallister
wrote:
With love and respect, another Mercian gone much too soon xx
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Anonymous
on 4th Jul 2015
They wrote:
Lit for your bravery, burns for your courage, last forever like your memory, thank you to all our forces. RIP.
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Andrew Breeze

This tribute is dedicated to the memory of Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze. Andrew Breeze from B (Malta) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Saturday 12 June 2010.
During an operation to clear an area near to Check Point KINGSHILL in order to increase security around the military base, Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze was caught in an explosion and was killed in action.
Lance Corporal Andrew Breeze was 31 years old and from Manchester. He enlisted into the Army in February 1996 and joined 1st Battalion The 22nd (Cheshire) Regiment in Ballykelly, Northern Ireland following completion of basic training.
He has served in the United Kingdom and Cyprus,...

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Rest in peace Andrew
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