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Ian Sartorius-Jones

Ian Sartorius-Jones

(Passed – 2012)

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Ian Sartorius-Jones

Ian Sartorius-Jones
(Passed – 2012)

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About Ian
This is a tribute dedicated to Ian Gerard Sartorius-Jones. Signaller Ian Gerard Sartorius-Jones from 20th Armoured Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadron (200) tragically died on the 24th January 2012 at Forward Operating Base Khar Nikah in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province, Afghanistan.
Signaller Ian Sartorius-Jones, aged 21, from Runcorn, Cheshire, enlisted in the Royal Corps of Signals in February 2007. Following his basic training, he attended the Royal School of Signals, Blandford, where he enjoyed a promising start to his career as a Communications Systems Operator.
He joined 20th Armoured Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadron (200) in May 2008 when this talented and intelligent
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soldier deployed to Iraq on Operation TELIC 13. While in Iraq he contributed to the provision of communications and the closure of Contingency Operating Base Basra. He showed the raw talent on tour to be plucked from his duties in the Contingency Operating Base to serve with one of the Military Transition Teams providing communications and mentoring to the Iraqi forces.
He took part in many exercises, including a three-month deployment to the British Army Training Unit Suffield in Canada and a string of mission specific training exercises in Germany, Denmark and the UK. His sterling performances during these exercises and genuine aptitude for field soldiering saw him selected to work as a Rear Link Detachment
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Operator on Operation HERRICK 15.
Initially detached to C Company, 3rd Battalion The Mercian Regiment (Staffords) [3 MERCIAN], and latterly D (Delhi) Company, 1st Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own), this outgoing and charismatic signaller was responsible for the maintenance of vital communications links from a forward operating base in Nahr-e Saraj as well as conducting patrols alongside his infantry counterparts.
Ian leaves behind his wife Kellyanne and young son Dylan, as well as his parents Robert and Amanda Sartorius-Jones, and brother Alan, 26.
The family of Ian Sartorius-Jones said:
"Ian was a lovable character, a devoted father to Dylan, who is eight months old,
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husband to Kellyanne, a wonderful son to Robert and Amanda, and brother to Alan. He will always be missed and loved by all his family and friends."
May he rest in peace.
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Ian Sartorius-Jones

This is a tribute dedicated to Ian Gerard Sartorius-Jones. Signaller Ian Gerard Sartorius-Jones from 20th Armoured Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadron (200) tragically died on the 24th January 2012 at Forward Operating Base Khar Nikah in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province, Afghanistan.
Signaller Ian Sartorius-Jones, aged 21, from Runcorn, Cheshire, enlisted in the Royal Corps of Signals in February 2007. Following his basic training, he attended the Royal School of Signals, Blandford, where he enjoyed a promising start to his career as a Communications Systems Operator.
He joined 20th Armoured Brigade Headquarters and Signal Squadron (200) in May 2008 when this talented and intelligent...

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