Two warriors found in a shallow grave after being trapped amid the Iraq war were lying side by side today in an English nation churchyard Staff Sergeant Simon Cullingworth, 36, of Wimbish, Essex, what’s more, his partner Sapper Luke Allsopp, 24, of

Two warriors found in a shallow grave after being trapped amid the Iraq war were lying side by side today in an English nation churchyard
Staff Sergeant Simon Cullingworth, 36, of Wimbish, Essex, what’s more, his partner Sapper Luke Allsopp, 24, of Dagenham, vanished on Walk 23 after their guard came under assault about 15 miles south of Basra in southern Iraq
Allied warriors found their remains close where they had vanished a month later
Today Sapper Allsopp was covered in the same
churchyard in which Staff Sgt Cullingworth was laid to rest yesterday
More than 250 grievers – counting relatives, companions what’s more, armed force associates – gone to Sapper Allsopp’s funeral
They were driven by his sister Nina what’s more, stepfather Michael Pawsey
Sapper Allsopp’s mother Christine passed on last year
One of the soldier’s friends, Sergeant Sean McLoughlin, told grievers that Sapper Allsopp was a man “full of character”, who was tenderly known as “muscles”
“He lived life to the max what’s more, he appreciated it,” said Sgt McLoughlin
“We can be certain he is with us presently with a half quart
in hand, drinking his farewells
“He lived as a warrior what’s more, he passed on as a soldier Warrior battling for peace what’s more, for right ”
Sapper Allsopp joined the armed force in 1997 what’s more, had
served in Cyprus what’s more, Kenya some time recently being sent to Iraq
He what’s more, Staff Sgt Cullingworth were bomb transfer officers
The two men’s passings activated controversy
Prime Serve Tony Blair said they had been executed, yet Sapper Allsopp’s family said the armed force had told them the men had passed on in combat
Both men were individuals of 33 Build Regiment what’s more, were based at Wimbish, Essex
Staff Sgt Cullingworth, a father of two, what’s more, Sapper Allsop, a separated father of one, were both covered with full military honours

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