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The Ministry of Defence has named a Pembrokeshire-based soldier who was killed on patrol in Afghanistan.
Lance Corporal James Brynin was attached to a Signal Regiment at Brawdy near Haverfordwest.
A British soldier killed in Afghanistan yesterday has been named as Lance Corporal James Brynin from Shoreham-By-Sea, in West Sussex.
He was an Intelligence Corps soldier attached to the 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare), which is currently based at Cawdor Barracks in Pembrokeshire.
Pembrokeshire County Council have paid tribute to the soldier who was killed in Afghanistan today.
– Chairman, Pembrokeshire County Council
Pembrokeshire is shocked and saddened by today’s news. I know that all right-thinking men and women in Pembrokeshire will want to send their deepest sympathy to the brave soldier’s family as they face up to their tragic loss.
I also want to send condolences to his larger “family” – the 14th Signal Regiment stationed at Cawdor Barracks, Brawdy, which will also be grieving today.
We have an historic and long association with the Armed Forces here in Pembrokeshire and this bitter news underlines the sacrifice they are sometimes called to make on our behalf.
The Ministry of Defence has told ITV News that the Pembrokeshire-based soldier killed in Afghanistan today had been in the country for less than a month.
His tour was due to last for 9 months.
The 14th Signals Regiment is currently based at Cawdor Barracks near Haverfordwest in Pembrokeshire
The Regiment is part of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Spokesman for Task Force Helmand, Lieutenant Colonel Hywel Lewis MBE, said:
A fantastic soldier has tragically died defending his comrades. He was the brightest and the best. Those who served alongside him were privileged and feel his loss most deeply. Our prayers and thoughts are with his family at this extremely difficult time.
The serviceman’s next of kin have been informed.
A British soldier has been killed in enemy fire while on patrol in Afghanistan, the Ministry of Defence has announced.
The "fantastic" soldier, from 14 Signals Regiment (Electronic Warfare), attached to the Task Force Helmand Brigade Reconnaissance Force, died while on patrol in Helmand Province, the MoD said.
The death takes to 445 the number of UK service members who have lost their lives since operations in Afghanistan began in October 2001 and is the seventh this year.
It is the first UK death in Afghanistan since Corporal William Savage, Fusilier Samuel Flint, and Private Robert Hetherington died when their Mastiff armoured vehicle hit an improvised explosive device (IED) on a routine patrol on April 30.
More than 200 youngsters have walked out of a school in Pembrokeshire after a teenager was removed from lessons because he had his head shaved for charity.
Rhys Johnson wanted to raise money for cancer research after three relatives were diagnosed with the disease - but he and his mother were warned that the planned haircut would breach the school's rules on pupils' appearance.
This video is from the Western Telegraph
Hundreds of pupils chanted support for classmate Rhys Johnson outside Milford Haven School this morning.
He was removed from lessons this week, after shaving his head for charity.
He wanted to raise money for cancer research after three relatives were diagnosed with the disease - but the school said it warned him of the consequence before he did it, and that its rules on uniform and appearance had to be consistently applied.