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Paul Warren

Paul Warren

(Passed – 2010)

  • Just wanted to pay our respects to a fallen hero. Thank you for all that you have done for us and to all your colleagues still fighting RIP
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Paul Warren

Paul Warren
(Passed – 2010)

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Paul Warren

(Passed – 2010)
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About Paul
This is an online tribute dedicated to Paul Warren. Marine Paul Warren from Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Monday 21 June 2010.
Marine Warren was injured in an explosion when Patrol Base Airport Lounge was attacked by insurgents. Despite being given immediate first aid by his comrades, Marine Paul Warren's injuries proved to be fatal.
Marine Paul Warren was born in Preston and lived with his family in Leyland, Lancashire. He was 23 years old.
He joined the Royal Marines on 22 May 2006, and on completion of recruit training was drafted to 45 Commando Royal Marines, based in Arbroath, Scotland, joining on 26 June 2007.
In January 2008 he deployed
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with 45 Commando to northern Norway for two months of cold weather warfare training.
Later that year he completed Mission Specific Training in preparation for deployment to Afghanistan on Operation HERRICK 9 in September 2008. He served with Whiskey Company, 45 Commando, in Sangin, at Forward Operating Base Jackson and Patrol Base Tangiers.
On 19 January 2010 he was drafted to Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, in time to complete Mission Specific Training for Operation HERRICK 12.
In March 2010 he once again deployed to Afghanistan, where this time he was based at Patrol Base Airport Lounge located on the edge of the Sangin wadi. Charlie Company has been responsible for the security around
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Patrol Base Airport Lounge and has conducted dozens of patrols in support of the local nationals.
They have completed numerous joint clearance operations with Afghan National Security Forces and have uncovered many improvised explosive devices, rendering the area safer for the local population to go about their daily business.
Paul's family paid the following tribute:
"A loving son, a brother and grandson who made us proud as a family. His cheeky smile will be missed by all who knew him."
Lieutenant Colonel Paul James, Commanding Officer, 40 Commando Group, Combined Force Sangin, said:
"Marine Paul Warren was an outstanding Marine. He was bright, articulate, loyal and very brave.
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He was without doubt the epitome of his profession. Having previously served in Sangin only last year, his experience was invaluable in preparing and at times reassuring the men of 9 Troop.
"He was a man of presence, a man who inspired others with his professional example and equanimity. Paul was sharp; he was fit, always keen to learn, and was utterly selfless.
"He took pride in what he did and others took confidence from his approach to life. I saw in him a dedicated, reliable, talented and intelligent Marine who had a promising career cut tragically short.
"He died in his Patrol Base in Sangin, doing the job he loved and alongside the people who will know him forever as a true friend.
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Our thoughts and prayers are with his parents, his two brothers, his family and his friends.
"He was one of life's greats and he will be sorely missed by all in 40 Commando. Marine Paul Warren was, and will always remain, a Royal Marines Commando."
Remembrance Messages
On 19th Oct 2011
Pauls Family
wrote:
Son we miss you everyday and our hearts are still heavy with your passing,
we will never get over our loss and we feel for every loss before and after you and we know only to well the devistation it causes. Farewell our Son We will see you again one day until then love and Kisses x x
Remembrance Messages
On 30th Jun 2010
Kimberley Michelle
wrote:
Paul is going to be missed by so many! He was my first love as a teenager and
I've never stopped missing him. I am shocked by his death and feel for his family,
Who are the nicest of people. I will remember Paul in my heart as the strong, fearless and
Loved soldier that he is. And for everyone else in England a true Hero.
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Kimberley Michelle
message continued:
RIP x x x
Remembrance Messages
On 29th Jun 2010
Geva Arnon
wrote:
Rest in peace....
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Just wanted to pay our respects to a fallen hero. Thank you for all that you have done for us and to all your colleagues still fighting RIP
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Gone but never forgotten. Your bravery and your sacrifice will always be remembered. Rest in peace.
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Paul Warren

This is an online tribute dedicated to Paul Warren. Marine Paul Warren from Charlie Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Monday 21 June 2010.
Marine Warren was injured in an explosion when Patrol Base Airport Lounge was attacked by insurgents. Despite being given immediate first aid by his comrades, Marine Paul Warren's injuries proved to be fatal.
Marine Paul Warren was born in Preston and lived with his family in Leyland, Lancashire. He was 23 years old.
He joined the Royal Marines on 22 May 2006, and on completion of recruit training was drafted to 45 Commando Royal Marines, based in Arbroath, Scotland, joining on 26 June 2007.
In January 2008 he deployed...

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