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It was an absolute pleasure to fly with them and to discuss their work; it was also incredibly reassuring to meet such professional and enthusiastic members of their unit. While on the ground at their base I also spent time with Flight Lieutenant Chauhan, who was the same consummate professional that so many of us at RAF Odiham had come to know.
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As with all losses of personnel in Afghanistan, we mourn the loss of our most capable and dedicated personnel, who served without complaint and in full understanding of the risks associated with their roles. They were fine ambassadors for their unit and for defence as a whole, and we shall not forget them. Captain Tom Clarke, from Cowbridge, Wales, was He was born in Cardiff on 19 February After studying for his A-levels, he gained a degree in biological sciences at the University of Birmingham in He enlisted as an army officer in May , undertaking officer training at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.
He graduated in April , commissioning into the Army Air Corps as a pilot. He completed a short tour of Afghanistan prior to commencing flying training in July He completed his helicopter pilot training in May and was posted to Squadron, and subsequently Squadron, to fly the Lynx. Captain Clarke was posted to RAF Odiham in October and deployed on numerous occasions in support of training exercises. An ambitious and competent young officer, he had a very bright and promising future in the army.
Captain Thomas Clarke was a fantastic young officer, full of life and immensely committed to his soldiers and friends. In the short time he had served in the unit he had proven to be an exceptional aviator and forthright leader who always placed himself at the centre of squadron life. Our thoughts and sympathy are with his wife, family and friends at this most difficult of times. Captain Tom Clarke was a hardworking, loyal and gifted aviator who was a privilege to command.
His brightness, character, humility and charm will be remembered by all. A rising star of the Army Air Corps, his loss will be deeply felt, and I feel honoured and privileged to have called him a friend. He will be deeply missed by the air detachment and by his squadron. My thoughts and prayers are with his loving wife Angie and his family and friends at this difficult time. We cannot express enough our devastation at the loss of a truly wonderful husband, son, brother and friend. Tom brought so much happiness and love to everyone he knew with his sparkling blue eyes and cheeky smile.
He had an absolute passion for life and was the best part of us; we are all poorer today without him. Flight Lieutenant Rakesh Chauhan was a hugely influential and well respected officer whose enthusiasm and professionalism permeated every aspect of his work. Charming, funny and sharp as a tack, he was immensely proud of his role and of his service.
An exceptional officer, he clearly had a bright future ahead of him. His loss has devastated the station and our thoughts and prayers are very much with his family and friends. Bright, articulate, charismatic and loyal, he was a pleasure to be around. Certainly the best Intelligence Branch officer I have known, his presentations were considered essential viewing by aircrew and others alike. A rising star of the Royal Air Force, Rak was a team player in every respect and worked passionately for those around him.
One of my go-to individuals, he would unselfishly take on additional work, safe in the knowledge that his peers would do less as a result.
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His positive attitude was infectious and he would always be seen with a bright smile on his face. His sense of humour was contagious and you could guarantee he would be at the centre of any laughter in the room. He commanded a small team of dedicated intelligence personnel with skill, humility and professionalism; they will miss him.
As President of the Save America Foundation, and with many personal ties to the spec ops community, I encourage every single true, red blooded American to get involved here, to donate money, contacts, whatever is needed so we get to see this magnificent plane fly and this mission get completed. Our warriors and heroes all deserve nothing less, nor do the great families who have lost these great Americans for now. God Bless you John, I know this plane will fly and I know that this dream will come to fruition.
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