EOD Barnsdale, David Stephen

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Barnsdale
  • FORENAME
David Stephen
  • UNIT
33 Engineer Regiment (EOD),Royal Engineers (61 Field Squadron (EOD))
  • RANK
A/Corporal
  • NUMBER
25156704
  • DATE OF DEATH
19th October 2010
  • AGE
24
  • GRAVESITE
Tring Cemetery, Tring, Dacorum Borough, Hertfordshire, England
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
from Tring,Hertfordshire
son of Stephen and Wendy Barnsdale
R.E. September 2002
Basic Training,Camberley
32 Engineer Regiment (26 Armoured Engineer Squadron) (4 years) (L/Cpl)
33 Engineer Regiment (EOD) October 2009
KIA Helmand Province,Afghanistan
On 19th October 2010 his search team were deployed on Operation OMID CHAR - operating in an area east of Gereshk, working towards the construction of a new checkpoint and patrol base to enhance the security of the local population. During the task Corporal Barnsdale was caught in the blast from an IED which resulted in his death.
 
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