22 SAS Drummond, James

Date of death
03-Jun-1986

John Robertson

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Staff member
  • SURNAME
Drummond
  • FORENAME
James
  • UNIT
A Squadron
  • RANK
Staff Sergeant
  • NUMBER
24183704
  • DATE OF DEATH
3rd June 1986
  • AGE
33
  • GRAVESITE
Hereford (St Martin's) Churchyard,Herefordshire SAS Regimental Plot Wall Plaque
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Royal Corps of Signals
resided Hereford
born 22.3.1953
husband of Mrs Drummond (1 son)
joined 264 SAS Signal Squadron June 1980 (3 Troop A Squadron)
fully badged 22 SAS 1984
killed in free-fall accident at Salisbury Plain,England
Hereford Crematorium
 
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SDx88

New Member
Hi John. Sorry too bother you but Jim was my uncle, he is my dad Steven's older brother. I am trying to find out about Jim as sadly my dad has now also passed. Is he mentioned in the either of the two books War paint or Tigers burning bright. Any information would be highly appreciated. I have attached the only photo we have of Jim from our aunt, my dad and Jim's sister.
 

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SDx88

New Member
  • SURNAME
Drummond
  • FORENAME
James
  • UNIT
A Squadron
  • RANK
Staff Sergeant
  • NUMBER
24183704
  • DATE OF DEATH
3rd June 1986
  • AGE
33
  • GRAVESITE
Hereford (St Martin's) Churchyard,Herefordshire SAS Regimental Plot Wall Plaque
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
parent unit Royal Corps of Signals
resided Hereford
born 22.3.1953
husband of Mrs Drummond (1 son)
joined 264 SAS Signal Squadron June 1980 (3 Troop A Squadron)
fully badged 22 SAS 1984
killed in free-fall accident at Salisbury Plain,England
Hereford Crematorium
Hi John. Did you know Jim? He is my dads older brother. I have sent you a wee message
 
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