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Tom Jennings

Tom Jennings

(Passed – 2011)

  • May this candle burn bright for you. You gave your life for all of us. You will never be forgotten.
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Tom Jennings

Tom Jennings
(Passed – 2011)

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Tom Jennings

(Passed – 2011)
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This tribute has been created to honour Captain Tom Jennings, Royal Marines, who was tragically killed in Afghanistan on the 22nd December 2011.
Tom Jennings passed away after the vehicle he was travelling in struck an explosive device whilst on an operation to the south of Kabul.
Capt Tom Jennings, aged 29, was a true leader, selfless in his professional approach serving those who were his responsibility. Dedicated and humble, he was an archetypal Royal Marine with a keen sense of humour even when faced with adversity. Whilst working with the Afghan forces that he partnered, he displayed empathy and a broad cultural understanding that ensured he was highly valued by the Afghans as well as his Royal Marine
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brothers.
He was devoted to his wife and their two young sons whose loss cannot be portrayed in words. The Royal Marines have lost a brother, they have lost their world.
This memorial is in honour of Tom who died a hero serving his country selflessly. May he never be forgotten.
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Tom Jennings

This tribute has been created to honour Captain Tom Jennings, Royal Marines, who was tragically killed in Afghanistan on the 22nd December 2011.
Tom Jennings passed away after the vehicle he was travelling in struck an explosive device whilst on an operation to the south of Kabul.
Capt Tom Jennings, aged 29, was a true leader, selfless in his professional approach serving those who were his responsibility. Dedicated and humble, he was an archetypal Royal Marine with a keen sense of humour even when faced with adversity. Whilst working with the Afghan forces that he partnered, he displayed empathy and a broad cultural understanding that ensured he was highly valued by the Afghans as well as his Royal Marine...

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