The family of a man from Kent who was killed while working in Afghanistan have paid tribute to him.
Mr Chamberlain, who was in his 40s and from Westgate-on-Sea, was working for the Border Management Task Force when he was shot dead.
His family said in a statement:
"Dave died yesterday doing the job he loved. He has always been a loving and good father, husband, son and brother and will be greatly missed by us all.
He enjoyed life to the full, and all will miss his exuberant personality."
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