Tributes to Afghan death soldier
The wife of a British soldier killed in Afghanistan has said that his death would leave a "gaping hole" in his family's life.Full Story
#1 Sep 22, 2010
It seems that the UK prime ministers are America's puppet and we can use their people to fight our wars.
UK has been our puppet for a long time now.
Since: Dec 09
#2 Sep 23, 2010
another british soldier killed in afgahnistan,and a trooper,with an army of only 100,000 strong and most of them support troops,which leaves the british army with only,20 or 20 thousand infantry able to operate,in the front line at any one time and now the withdrawl from iraq and helmand province
is there a hint of taking on something we
or btitish army are doing a job that it cannot finish,and the contribution to the americans who have a larger army can still carry on without us?and originally splitting the meagre forces of the british army on two fronts,while also having u.n. troops as well in cyprus n.ireland and elsewhere.where is the reality in this,Britain is not a world power anymore,and should have realized this in the 1956 Suez invasion where our troops were pulled out and could not finish the job.
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