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Former boyFRIENDS, family and Army comrades paid tribute yesterday to a “master tactician” killed by an explosion in Afghanistan. Kevin Fortun

a, 36, a Rifles colour serjeant, had been a veteran of Northern Ireland, Kosovo and Iraq. He died when a Taliban bomb ignited as he led his men on patrol. Cpl Julian Heal recalled: “Twenty years of friendly banter, jolly boys’ outings and surf trips.” He added: “Kev was always a loyal, honourable and trustworthy leader and friend.” Sjt Fortuna’s widow Nia, moth

er Sue and brother Kris paid tribute, saying: “Kevin was a true professional who loved his job and lived life to the full. “He gave 19 loyal years to the Army and

will be sadly missed by his wife, mother, family and friends.” Yesterday Lt Col James de Labillire Commanding Officer, 1st Battalion, The Rifles, said: “Colour Serjeant Fortuna

was an utterly professional commander, Rifleman and a man of irreproachable integrity. His presence strengthened the Battalion. “The loss with his passing will be acute.He was remarkable for many reasons, not least for his comple

te and unwavering commitment to his Riflemen and their care.He was restless until he had achi快三大小走势图 eved the very best for them and encouraged them to be restless until they achieved the very best for themselves. “He was a master tactician and a soldier of great experience.He was to be a company Serjeant Major in just three months’ time. “At this impossibly difficult time our prayers and thoughts rest with his wife Nia, his mother Sue and brother Kris.” Colour Sjt Kevin Fortuna was in command of 12 A Company Riflemen went he died in the Sayedabad Kalay area of the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand province on Monday. He was the 366th British soldier ki

lled in Afghanistan since the conflict began in 2001.Maj Carl Boswell, the officer commanding Sjt Fortuna’s A Company, said: “His energy was infectious, his modesty humbling and his resourcefulness inspiring.We shall not forget our br

other in arms.”