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Kinikki Griffiths

"Griff"

Kinikki Griffiths

(1989 – 2010)

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Kinikki Griffiths

Kinikki Griffiths
(1989 – 2010)

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Kinikki Griffiths

(1989 – 2010)
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About Kinikki
This memorial has been created in memory of Kinikki Griffiths. Senior Aircraftman Kinikki "Griff" Griffiths, from the RAF Regiment, was killed in a vehicle accident in Afghanistan on Friday 16 July 2010.
Senior Aircraftman Griffiths, serving as part of the Camp Bastion Force Protection Wing, was killed in the vicinity of Camp Bastion, Helmand Province.
SAC Kinikki "Griff" Griffiths was born on 12 August 1989 and was soon to celebrate his twenty-first birthday.
He joined the Royal Air Force on 15 February 2009 as a Gunner in the Royal Air Force Regiment and in July, on completion of training and passing out as "Best Shot", he was posted to Number 1 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, where he flourished
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earning the respect of his colleagues and peers alike.
Kinikki was selected as his flight commander’s signaller and driver and it was whilst carrying out these duties that he met his untimely death.
Senior Aircraftman Griffiths was hugely proud to be a member of the Royal Air Force and the Royal Air Force Regiment family. A naturally quiet character he was an immensely strong and resourceful gunner who always got "stuck-in" to any task and was an utterly dependable member of his flight and squadron.
Senior Aircraftman Griffiths planned to complete his tour in Afghanistan, remaining on 1 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, and on returning to the UK was intending to complete pre-parachute selection
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training with a view to eventually serving with the UK Special Forces.
The thoughts and prayers of his Squadron, his Wing and the Royal Air Force Regiment family are with his loved ones, in particular his parents and his girlfriend Chloe during this very difficult time.
The Royal Air Force Regiment has lost an exceptional young man, with a very promising future ahead of him, but this is nothing compared to his family’s loss. Senior Aircraftman Griffiths will always be remembered for the proud and dedicated gunner he was and will always be.
This tribute is dedicated to Kinikki Griffiths who died whilst serving his country. He will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 18th Jul 2010
Ann Marie
wrote:
My thoughts and prayers are with this young mans family. Our son is currently serving with 63 sqd.(QCS) and we are so proud of him and all our armed forces personnel.
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Kinikki Griffiths

This memorial has been created in memory of Kinikki Griffiths. Senior Aircraftman Kinikki "Griff" Griffiths, from the RAF Regiment, was killed in a vehicle accident in Afghanistan on Friday 16 July 2010.
Senior Aircraftman Griffiths, serving as part of the Camp Bastion Force Protection Wing, was killed in the vicinity of Camp Bastion, Helmand Province.
SAC Kinikki "Griff" Griffiths was born on 12 August 1989 and was soon to celebrate his twenty-first birthday.
He joined the Royal Air Force on 15 February 2009 as a Gunner in the Royal Air Force Regiment and in July, on completion of training and passing out as "Best Shot", he was posted to Number 1 Squadron Royal Air Force Regiment, where he flourished...

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