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a soldier who is a member of a unit called 'the guard' or 'guards'

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The inquest heard Gdsm Shadrake, from Wrexham, was serving with the Reconnaissance Platoon of the 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards at TCP 40.
The couple, who were separated, had two young boys - Scott, seven, and Corey, two - and Gdsm Wakefield was also stepfather to Ms Toward's daughter, Stacy, 11.
Gdsm Andrew Richards, 20, Merthyr Tydfil: Lots of love to all my family and lots of love to my wife Lisa Richards.
Gdsm Shadrake was located at a sentry position, protected by sandbags, outside the compound at the front to stop insurgents walking past and throwing grenades and to keep a watch on the roads.
Gdsm Reuben, of Nijmegen Company, Grenadier Guards, is enduring temperatures in the mid-30s, swatting biting insects and carrying his pack through dense jungle as part of warfare exercise Red Stripe.
TO GDSM Cameron MacDougall, we are thinking of u cammie and hope u are doing well , keep your chin up we are keeping you in our prayers God bless you - Love GDSM Jim Rundle and family.
Gdsm Pountney said he missed his family, friends and his fiancee Ann- Marie, from Leamington, who he plans to marry in February.
Gdsm Robertson was flown back to Britain from the war-torn country, last Friday, where he had been serving with the Coldstream Guards.
Gdsm Cooper said: "They shouldn't just try to palm you off with money.
Gdsm Wakefield was on a six-month tour of duty of Iraq.
GDSM KEVIN BALFOUR,18, in Northern Ireland with the Scots Guards, sends his message to his sister Danielle, in Lochore.
However, Gdsm Cooper, who is back on Tyneside for a four-week break from his recovery at the Headley Court rehabilitation centre in Surrey, said no price can be placed on losing a limb.
Gdsm Cooper, who was serving at Babaji, Helmand Province, said: "I was the fourth man in a line of 15 soldiers, carrying a light machine gun.