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Lieutenant Corporal James Ross, 30, was found dead in his room last December following a function in the officers' mess at Ballykinlar barracks in Co Down.
Iain returned home from Afghanistan with his team Corporal Steven Hunter, 29, Lieutenant Corporal Damon Dixon, 22, and Lieutenant Corporal Gareth Todd, 25, last month.
At that time he had not been named, but now I know he was 27 year-old father-of-three Lieutenant corporal Stephen McKee.
Simon, of Washington, and Paul, of South Shields, were killed alongside Lieutenant Corporal Ben Hyde, 23, of Northallerton, North Yorkshire, Corporal Russell Aston, 30, from Derbyshire, Lance Corporal Tom Keys, 20, of North Wales and Sergeant Simon Hamilton-Jewell, 41, of Surrey.
We already knew that Lieutenant Corporal Mattie Hull was killed in the deserts of Iraq by people who were supposed to be on his side.
They were among six Red Cap victims, including Corporal Simon Miller, 21, from Washington, and Lieutenant Corporal Ben Hyde, 23, of Northallerton, North Yorkshire.
Lieutenant Corporal Thomas Keys, 20, of Bala; Corporal Simon Miller, 21, from Washington, Tyne & Wear; and Corporal Russell Aston, 30, from Derbyshire, were among six Royal Military Policemen murdered by insurgents in a police station in Al Majar Al Kabir near Basra in June 2003.
They are from left to right Lieutenant Corporal Paddy Palmer,Corporal Joseph Shaw,Corporal VincentHowell,Sargeant Frank Sargent.