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Tom Walsh served with the Kings Liverpool Regiment from 1914 to 1918 as a Platoon Sergeant who specialised in bayonet training.
His platoon sergeant, Sergeant Simon Warnes, said: "Fusilier Watkins has won the Soldiers' Soldier award.
His first intelligence assignments were as an Intelligence Analyst with the 7th Special Forces Group; Platoon Sergeant for Company D, 304th MI Battalion, and as First Sergeant of the Army's first tactical unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) company at Fort Hood, Texas.
Sergeant Vandell McLean, Platoon Sergeant, said: "My sorrow is with his family at this time.
The platoon sergeant is stationed at Durai Junction, outside Gereshk, where British soldiers have been pushing into Taliban heartlands.
His contributions as a platoon sergeant led to the battery's overall success and impacted operations at the division level.
There are no authorized mortar platoon sergeant positions in any reconnaissance formation in a brigade combat team.
The platoon sergeant explained that the objective was to react to contact and send an assault team to clear a building.