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Remand Kulung

Remand Kulung

(Passed – 2010)

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About Remand
This is a tribute dedicated to Rifleman Remand Kulung. Remand Kulung, from G (Tobruk) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) attached to the Danish Battlegroup, was killed in Afghanistan on 12 August 2010.
In the early hours of 10 August 2010 a Chinook helicopter was conducting a resupply at Patrol Base BAHADUR. Part of the helicopter came into contact with the sangar from which Rifleman Remand was carrying out sentry duty.
The sangar collapsed and Rifleman Remand sustained serious injuries and was evacuated to Bastion Role 3 hospital before subsequently being moved to the United Kingdom for further treatment.
Tragically, on 12 August 2010, Rifleman Remand Kulung died of his injuries
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in the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham with his family present.
Rifleman Remand Kulung was 27 years old and from Basaha, Barshedanda, Nepal. He joined The Royal Gurkha Rifles in December 2004 and joined 1st Battalion The Royal Gurkha Rifles in November 2005 in Folkestone.
During his career he has served twice in Afghanistan in 2008 and 2010. He moved with G (Tobruk) Company (a Gurkha Reinforcement Company) to 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) in January 2009. Whilst with the Battalion he has served on exercise in Kenya and on operations in Afghanistan.
G (Tobruk) Company has been attached to the Danish Battlegroup in the Upper Gereshk Valley in Helmand Province since April 2010.
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The Company has been providing security to the local population from a series of small patrol bases in order to promote Afghan governance and economic development. Rifleman Remand's platoon has been operating from Patrol Base BAHADUR, north-west of Forward Operating Base KHAR NIKAH.
Rfn Kulung's wife, Sophy, paid this tribute to Remand. She said:
"My husband, Rfn Remand Kulung, was a kind, brave and very honest soldier. He has always been sincere and devoted towards his responsibilities as a soldier, which Gurkha Soldiers are renowned for. He sacrificed his great life while he was doing his duty. Though it was a great loss that can not be replaced, his passing has left me the reason to be proud of
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being a wife of a brave soldier like him.
"He'll be missed by me and my family forever."
This is a memorial dedicated to the memory of Remand Kulung who died doing his duty. He made the ultimate sacrifice and his life will not be forgotten. May he rest in peace.
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On 11th Nov 2010
Corey
wrote:
You sacrificed your life so others may live. Rest in peace brave Gurkha and know we are forever grateful.
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Remand Kulung

This is a tribute dedicated to Rifleman Remand Kulung. Remand Kulung, from G (Tobruk) Company, 1st Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Cheshire) attached to the Danish Battlegroup, was killed in Afghanistan on 12 August 2010.
In the early hours of 10 August 2010 a Chinook helicopter was conducting a resupply at Patrol Base BAHADUR. Part of the helicopter came into contact with the sangar from which Rifleman Remand was carrying out sentry duty.
The sangar collapsed and Rifleman Remand sustained serious injuries and was evacuated to Bastion Role 3 hospital before subsequently being moved to the United Kingdom for further treatment.
Tragically, on 12 August 2010, Rifleman Remand Kulung died of his injuries...

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