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The UK's military role in Afghanistan since 2001 has brought with it a heavy human toll. Members of the Army, RAF, Royal Marines and special forces have lost their lives in the fight against the Taliban. Here, the BBC News website offers a look at who they were and how they died.The UK's military role in Afghanistan since 2001 has brought with it a heavy human toll. Members of the Army, RAF, Royal Marines and special forces have lost their lives in the fight against the Taliban. Here, the BBC News website offers a look at who they were and how they died.
The number of British military deaths stands at 409 after Sapper Connor Ray from 33 Engineer Regiment (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) died on 18 April from injuries sustained in an explosion in Afghanistan on 11 April. The number of British military deaths stands at 410 after the death of a solider from 1st Battalion Grenadier Guards while on patrol in Nahr-e-Saraj, Helmand Province, on 27 April.
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