Captain John H Young, Royal Army Ordance Corps, 22 years, from Basingstoke, England, who died 15th July 1972 whilst attempting to defuse a Provisional IRA milk churn bomb in South Armagh. He was the first bomb disposal officer to die in that area where the IRA were particularly active. 197300000731
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