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(Passed – 2010)

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This is a memorial dedicated to Adam Brown. Marine Adam Brown, from 40 Commando Royal Marines, serving as part of Combined Force Sangin, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Sunday 1 August 2010.
Marine Brown was conducting a reassurance patrol as part of 3 Troop, Alpha Company, to provide security for the locals in the area when he was killed by an explosion in the vicinity of his patrol.
Marine Adam Brown joined the Royal Marines in October 2004 and passed for duty as a Royal Marines Commando in September 2005. He was born in Frimley, Surrey, and was 25 years old. He lived in Burtle, near Glastonbury, with his wife Amy, whom he married in December 2009.
On completion of Commando Training he was
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drafted to Alpha Company, 40 Commando Royal Marines, and immediately deployed to Iraq for three months. He subsequently deployed on numerous exercises, including jungle warfare training in Sierra Leone, before he specialised as a signaller in 2007.
Rejoining Alpha Company as a newly-qualified signaller, he deployed to Afghanistan in October 2007 on Operation HERRICK 7 where he served in Kajaki.
During 2009 he took part in a large-scale amphibious exercise, operating in the eastern Mediterranean, the Gulf, the Indian Ocean, the Malay Peninsula and Brunei. In September 2009 he began Mission Specific Training for his second tour of Afghanistan.
He once more deployed to Helmand in April 2010 as a signaller
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with 3 Troop, Alpha Company, where he operated from Patrol Base Almas. Alpha Company has been conducting daily reassurance and security patrols with Afghan National Security Forces to protect local Afghans in the Sangin district.
The Marines have improved the lives of hundreds of ordinary Afghans by providing a security bubble which has increased their freedom of movement, led to wider governance in the area, and has encouraged economic development.
Adam Brown's family have paid the following tributes:
By Amy, Adam's wife:
"My wonderful husband, my childhood sweetheart and best friend. Always a hero in my eyes and I am so proud of you. I will treasure the perfect memories I have of our life
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together, always.
"You are a true inspiration to all who knew you and you made me the proudest woman in the world when I became your wife. I love you now, always and forever."
By Jenny and Robert, Adam's parents:
"Adam, an irreplaceable son, but so much more; our best friend. Adam, you loved life as much as we loved you. We will think of you and love you always.
"You will be sorely missed by both your immediate and wider family. Your death has broken all our hearts.
By Stephen, Adam's younger brother:
"Adam was filled with courage, pride and dignity, which made him an inspiration to all around him.
"He will be deeply missed by family and friends, but will live
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forever in our hearts as the outgoing, fun and spontaneous character he has always been. Rest in peace my brother, my love forever."
By James, Adam's younger brother:
"Adam was a loving brother, son, husband, grandson and godfather. He always brought a smile to everyone and was never afraid to try new things.
"He will be deeply missed by friends and family and life will not be the same without him. He was a credit to the Forces and loved by everyone that knew him. He was my best friend as well as my brother. Lots of love."
By Laura, Adam's younger sister:
"Brown bear, my biggest brother, my idol, my best friend, you always kept me believing. I will always keep you so close and
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all my memories so real. I love you Adam, forever and always."
By Sue and John, Adam's mother-in-law and father-in-law:
"Son-in-law, you were the son we never had, our mighty Royal Marine Commando. We are so very proud of you for just being you and for loving our daughter, your beautiful wife, so very much.

"You taught us how to grasp the tree of life and shake it for all its worth."
By Luisa, Adam's sister-in-law:
"You were the best brother-in-law and husband to my sister, loved by everyone, forever and always. A man bigger than life."
"You are a true inspiration to all who knew you and you made me the proudest woman in the world when I became your wife."
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/>This tribute is dedicated to Adam's memory. He died showing courage and bravery in the face of immense danger. He was a hero and will never be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 19th Aug 2010
Pauline Hagger
wrote:
You were taken too soon Adam, we will always remember you and the fun we had.
God bless, rest in peace.
Clive and Pauline Hagger.
Remembrance Messages
On 15th Aug 2010
Julie and Michael Waters
wrote:
Adam, You were loved by everyone, the world will be a sadder place without you.
Those we love don't go away,
They walk beside us every day,
Unseen, unheard, but always near,
Still loved, still missed and very dear
Adam a hero and a gentleman.
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Julie and Michael Waters
message continued:
Rest In Peace
Love Julie and Michael
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This is a memorial dedicated to Adam Brown. Marine Adam Brown, from 40 Commando Royal Marines, serving as part of Combined Force Sangin, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Sunday 1 August 2010.
Marine Brown was conducting a reassurance patrol as part of 3 Troop, Alpha Company, to provide security for the locals in the area when he was killed by an explosion in the vicinity of his patrol.
Marine Adam Brown joined the Royal Marines in October 2004 and passed for duty as a Royal Marines Commando in September 2005. He was born in Frimley, Surrey, and was 25 years old. He lived in Burtle, near Glastonbury, with his wife Amy, whom he married in December 2009.
On completion of Commando Training he was...

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