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The UK is not the only country losing troops in Afghanistan. Denmark is fighting alongside the British Army in Helmand Province. Here are the 43 lost to date


For more information see http://veteran.forsvaret.dk/Pages/forside.aspx and  http://veteran.forsvaret.dk/omos/kontaktkommunikation/fakta/Pages/Faktablade.aspx

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 1A

Overkonstabel Brian Juul Nørløv Andersen

1975 – 2002

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 1A

Overkonstabel Kim Carlsen

1966 – 2002

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 1A

Oversergent Thomas Kruse Butzkowsky

1975 – 2002

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Oversergent John Mogensen

1955 – 2004

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 3

Premierløjtnant Steen Rønn Sørensen

1982 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 4

Konstabel Mikkel Keil Sørensen

1982 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 4

Konstabel Thorbjørn Ole Reese

1984 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 4

Major Anders Johan Stæhr Storrud

1973 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 4

Konstabel Casper Alexander Cramer

1986 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 4

Konstabel Mark Visholm

1985 – 2007

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Konstabel Morten Krogh Jensen

1986 – 2008

Afghanistan, KAF CE

Seniorsergent Jens Mathias Petersen

1952 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Seniorsergent Sonny Kappel Jakobsen

1962 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Kaptajn Christian Jørgen Grundt Damholt

1974 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Konstabel Anders Bjørn Storgaard

1986 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Overkonstabel Christian Raaschou

1983 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 5

Overkonstabel Jesper Gilbert Pedersen

1980 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Oversergent Henrik Christian Christiansen

1978 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Konstabel Jacob Grønnegaard Gade

1986 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Overkonstabel Dan Gyde

1979 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Sergent Jacob Moe Jensen

1985 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Konstabel Sebastian la Cour Holm

1986 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 6

Konstabel Benjamin Davi Sala Rasmussen


1987 – 2008

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 7

Konstabel Mads Lerche Rasmussen

1988 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 7

Overkonstabel Andreas Søgaard Brohus

1982 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 7

Konstabel Martin Abildgaard

1986 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 8

Konstabel Steffen Bloch Larsen

1986 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 8

Sergent Michael Ebert

1984 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 8

Konstabel Rune Westy Zacharias Nielsen

1986 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 8

Konstabel Kenneth Patrick Nielsen

1986 – 2009

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 8

Konstabel Simon Sejer Hoffmann

1986 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 9

Konstabel Sophia Bruun

1987 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 9

Flyveroverkonstabel Martin Kristiansen

1977 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 9

Premierløjtnant Jonas Peter Pløger

1983 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 9

Overkonstabel Jimmi Bøgebjerg Petersen


1981 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 9

Overkonstabel Erik Berre Rolandsen

1984 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 10

Konstabel Simon Mundt Jørgensen

1989 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 10

Konstabel Mikkel Jørgensen

1989 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 10

Overkonstabel Jørgen Randrup

1983 – 2010

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 10

Konstabel Samuel Enig

1987 – 2011

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 11

Konstabel Alexander Biune

1988 – 2011

Afghanistan, ISAF, Hold 12

Jacob Sten Lund Olsen

1989 – 2011

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British military casualties - Editorial policy

In the service of our country.

Eulogies for all personnel killed on UK operations in Afghanistan, Iraq and elsewhere are posted as soon as they have been released by the UK Ministry of Defence. Each eulogy we publish for men down in operations brings a lump to the throat. We are losing the best of the best. Politicians must ensure that, when the newspaper cuttings have faded, their sacrifice has had some meaning, has helped bring about a good result. Anything else would be a waste for which they will be eternally condemned.

There is invariably at least a 24 hour gap between the official release of news of an event and the naming of the dead. This is to allow families to be informed and proper eulogoies to be produced. Occasionally families request no euologies or comment. We abide by guidance we receive on such sensitive matters. We regret that information on those who sacrifice almost as much through grave injury is seldom released by the MoD for operational reasons, and so we are unable to pay tribute.

 

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