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This is not to say that the army doesn't train him to take out a recon or a fighting patrol or conduct a raid or lay an ambush or how to take defences or mount an attack.
His official citation states it was for "conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty in command of a fighting patrol sent out to obtain an identification.
PICTURED in the early 1940s are the Home guard Fighting Patrol based in Overbury Street.
The three soldiers had been taking part in a fighting patrol to disrupt Taliban activity to the north west of Kajaki.
Private Tony Rawson, 27, from the 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment died on Friday while on a fighting patrol to disrupt enemy activity and reassure the local population in Helmand province.
The soldier from the 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment died while on a fighting patrol to disrupt enemy activity and reassure the local population in the area of Tusyalay, north east of Sangin, in Helmand.
I was also to protect the left flank of a fighting patrol from the 2/25th Battalion, strength 53 men and commanded by Lt Barnett with Lt Cox.
A Special Forces fighting patrol positioned by helicopters tasked to kill or capture terrorists or perhaps the arrival of a Tomahawk cruise missile might then initiate a shooting war.
A fighting patrol of 14 men (best men were picked) was planned to lead the Company attack 30 minutes before the H hour on receiving code word Tauheed.
Each battalion was supposed to send out one fighting patrol nightly--the Commonwealth Division commander felt that the casualties would exceed the results, and they were less frequent in the division.
HOW THE TRAGEDY HAPPENED 1 Troops from the 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment take part in a fighting patrol to disrupt Taliban activity to the north west of Kajaki, in Helmand.