Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux dies during HMS Astute incident

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  2. There will always be a rogue but i think condolences for his family RIP
     
  3. Top bloke and a tragic loss to the submarine service, heartfelt condolences to his wife and four children. RIP Ian.
     
  4. Ninja_Stoker

    Ninja_Stoker War Hero Moderator

    A lot of potential submariners who visited Astute in build in Barrow may not realise Ian was the guy that arranged it via the AFCOs.

    A great loss to the service as well as his family.

    RIP
     
  5. RIP and a deepest, most heartfelt thank you to his family for everything he has done for his country while serving. My condolences
     
  6. Have a good old sleep Shippers.
     
  7. Deepest sympathy to family and friends. No submariner should get called aloft like that; a real tragedy.
     
  8. RIP Sir, I salute you.
     
  9. RIP Thoughts and prayers
     
  10. Magda

    Magda War Hero Book Reviewer

    Sounds like a top man and a true gentleman. Will be much missed I'm sure. Rest In Peace.
     
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  12. RIP Ian.

    Seemed a good guy from when ive met him. Why is it always the good guys get thier lives cut short where as the criminal scum bags always seem to survive???
     
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  13. Good luck to the young chap

    And as for moondog


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