A British civilian contractor shot dead by someone wearing an Afghan national security force uniform was a father of two from Kent.
Dave Chamberlain was killed in western Afghanistan alongside two American colleagues by a gunman who turned his weapon against the US-military coalition, sources said today.
Mr Chamberlain, who was in his 40s and from Westgate-on-Sea, was working for the Border Management Task Force, which trains and mentors former Afghan customs officers and border policemen, when he and his colleagues were killed yesterday, a source said.
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