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It was originally built in Basra in 2006, where it stood outside the front of the headquarters of the Multi-National Division (South East).
The Basra Memorial Wall, which contains the names of 14 Welsh servicemen killed during the six-year conflict was originally built in 2006 outside the headquarters of the Multi-National Division (South East) in Basra.
The wall, which bears the names of the 179 people killed during operationTelic, has been dismantled from the headquarters of Multi-National Division (South East) in Basra, and relocated at the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
A Multi-National Division soldier was killed on patrol" duty in the Salaheddin province, the military said in a statement without giving details on the attack or identify the assailants.
Since publication of this book, the 3d Division has returned to Iraq as part of the surge as Multi-National Division Central.
The soldiers with Multi-National Division were on patrol when the vehicle was hit.
Participants came from all camps around the base, from Major General Binns, the General Officer Commanding Multi-National Division (South East) through to Harry, Duke and Rush from the Working Dog Section.
They were joined by Major General Jonathan Shaw, General Officer commanding multi-national division (South East) - who is a keen Liverpool fan - and Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Mark Kenyon.