A Service of Dedication has been held at the Okehampton War Memorial to commemorate the addition of the name of a soldier who was killed in action in Afghanistan last year.
Corporal Michael Pike was born in Okehampton and lived in the town until the age of 5 when he moved with his family to Scotland. His extended family, including his mother and father, all live in the Okehampton area and were present at the ceremony.
The High Sheriff of Devon, the Devon president of the Royal British Legion, the mayors of West Devon and Okehampton, together with members of the Royal British Legion and friends also attended.
Michael was leading a patrol in contact with the enemy when he was killed. Having joined the Army at the age of 16, he was serving as a section commander in A Company, 4th Battalion (The Highlanders), The Royal Regiment of Scotland.
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