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James Brown

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James Brown

(Passed – 2009)

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James Brown

James Brown
(Passed – 2009)

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James Brown

(Passed – 2009)
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About James
This is a memorial dedicated to James Brown. Rifleman James Stephen Brown was born in Farnborough Hospital, Orpington, Kent, on 9 January 1991. He joined the Army in 2009, completing initial training at the Infantry Training Centre Catterick before passing out to join 3rd Battalion The Rifles in October 2009.
Rifleman Brown was died from injuries sustained following a suicide improvised explosive device blast on a route into central Sangin, northern Helmand, Afghanistan.
The Brown family said:
"James Stephen Brown, a son, brother, uncle, boyfriend, and a friend. You were a true hero and will be dearly missed. We all love you so much. You died a hero living your dream and you will always be in
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About James
our thoughts. Your actions will always speak louder than words ever could."
This is a tribute to James Brown in honour of his life, his achievements and the ultimate sacrifice he made. May he rest in peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 17th Jan 2010
Albert Waple
wrote:
Miss you mate you had a true heros send off like you deserved cant believe that hundreds of people lined the street to see you off it makes me feel soo proud to say that i knew you and that you were my friend. You will never be forgotten mate, you were a true hero. Thursday wasn't a good bye it was a see you soon!!! R.I.P Rifleman James Stephen Brown xxxx
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James Brown

This is a memorial dedicated to James Brown. Rifleman James Stephen Brown was born in Farnborough Hospital, Orpington, Kent, on 9 January 1991. He joined the Army in 2009, completing initial training at the Infantry Training Centre Catterick before passing out to join 3rd Battalion The Rifles in October 2009.
Rifleman Brown was died from injuries sustained following a suicide improvised explosive device blast on a route into central Sangin, northern Helmand, Afghanistan.
The Brown family said:
"James Stephen Brown, a son, brother, uncle, boyfriend, and a friend. You were a true hero and will be dearly missed. We all love you so much. You died a hero living your dream and you will always be in...

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