Tributes to Jamie

PUBLISHED: 16:49 24 July 2008 | UPDATED: 09:21 10 June 2010

THURSDAY, JULY 24: TRIBUTES are pouring in for a former Lympstone Royal Marine who died during a training exercise when a Land Rover overturned. Marine Jamie Hutton died last Tuesday at Lulworth Firing Range, near Weymouth, Dorset. The incident is being investigated by the

TRIBUTES are pouring in for a former Lympstone Royal Marine who died during a training exercise when a Land Rover overturned.Marine Jamie Hutton died last Tuesday at Lulworth Firing Range, near Weymouth, Dorset.The incident is being investigated by the Army's Land Accident Investigation Team and the Royal Military Police.Marine Hutton, who carried out his 32-week initial training at the Commando Training Centre, Lympstone, joined the Corps in 2005, aged 20, and K Company Commando RM in May 2006.The MoD this week revealed Marine Hutton's skill while on a Marine sniper course at Lympstone was such he was asked to remain at the centre to instruct other snipers. Lieutenant Colonel Charlie Stockland, commanding officer of 42 Commando, said: "Marine Jamie Hutton was the type of dynamic soldier and personality every organisation needs - a surfer, a rugby player, a friend to all and an outstanding operator.


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