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Air Chief Marshal Sir Jock Stirrup, the Chief of the Defence Staff, said: 'We remember everyone who has given their life in the line of duty and honour the significant progress they have helped to deliver in Afghanistan.
In theatre today, our people will be more determined than ever to deliver their task of supporting Afghans to build for their own future.' But roadside bomb attacks were up 94 per cent in the first four months of 2010 compared with the same period in 2009 and the increasing levels of violence have heightened calls for the Government to withdraw British troops.
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But it's a moment for the whole country to reflect on the incredible service and sacrifice and dedication that the Armed Forces give on our behalf.' Mr Cameron defended Britain's continuing involvement, stressing: 'We are paying a high price for keeping our country safe, for making our world a safer place and we should keep asking why we are there and how long we must be there.
The latest Marine to die, who is yet to be named, served with 40 Commando and suffered severe injuries when he was struck by an improvised explosive device in the Taliban stronghold of Sangin on June 12.
Captain Doug Beattie, 44, who served in Helmand in 2006- and is returning for a third tour with 1st Battalion the Royal Irish Regiment this autumn, said: 'Soldiers believe in what they are doing and what they have been asked to do.'It is a sign of the dedication and commitment of our Armed Forces that even as many are admitting to failure they are striving for success.
Confronted with the horror of a close friend critically-wounded in a blast on the Afghan battlefield, Private Martin Bell acted on instinct.
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Last night tributes poured in for ‘modest’ Private Bell, 24, who was the 350th British serviceman to die in the nine-year conflict in Afghanistan.
He was on an early-morning mission to tackle insurgents near the village of Spoor Kalay.