Paying tribute to the soldier, Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Phil Kimber described him as "a real character, a totally professional soldier and a great friend to many".
Lance Corporal Webb was exactly the type of man you wanted around. Always with a smile on his face, always willing to engage in some witty and mischievous banter, he really did lift the morale of all around him.
He was also an outstanding professional; bright, engaging and hugely talented.
He had an obvious gift for intelligence work, which ensured he was at the heart of all that his company did on this tour.
More top news
Michel Platini has formally announced that he intends to stand for the Fifa presidency when Sepp Blatter vacates the position
Microsoft's new system Windows 10 has been met with approval after its disastrous predecessor but users have yet to be entirely convinced.
Alton Towers crash victim Leah Washington, who lost a leg as a result of the horrific incident, celebrated her 18th birthday last night.