Roll Of Honour
In Honour of those
British Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen
Who gave their lives for the
Liberation of Kuwait
August 1990 - July 1991
Fus P.P. Atkinson RRF
We're very grateful to Mr. Larry Cammock of Gulf war Veterans Association for supplying us with the above list of British servicemen killed in the Gulf. Please take a moment to visit Gulf war Veterans Association web site to find out more about the Associations efforts to shed more light on the suffering British vets are facing.
Friendy Fire Casualties
A USAF A-10 'Warthog' tank buster attacked two Warrior IFVs of the 4th Armoured Brigade killing nine of the British troops inside. Please note that we are researching this " Blue on Blue " tragedy and will try and publish more on the story soon. Any information would be most welcome. The men killed were:
Lee Thompson, 19, 3rd Battalion Royal Regiment of Fusiliers.
7 RAF Tornados were lost during the air war, each with a two-man crew. The crews taken prisoner were:
Flight Lieutenant John Peters
This is an image taken of Flight Lieutenant John Peters while being paraded on Iraqi TV, soon after the Tornado GR MK1 he was piloting, was shot down, during a low level day-light attack on an Iraqi airfield. His navigator, Flight Lieutenant John Nichol, was also made a POW after their aircraft crashed. Both survived torture and beatings from their Iraqi interrogators and guards and were eventually released with other Allied POWs at the end of hostilities. Bravo Two Zero (SAS) Patrol prisoners: Mark (POW), Andy McNab (POW), Stan (POW) and Dinger (POW). Other prisoners known were: Joseph Small and Troy Dunlap