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LT CDRLieutenant Commander (Royal Navy)
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The jury had heard how Isaacs, who previously lived at home with his parents, had been sleeping in his car in the days and weeks leading up to his attack on Lt Cdr Booth.
"You backed away and, undeterred by the danger confronting him, Lt Cdr Molyneux moved forward to apprehend you and you shot him in the side of his head," the judge said.
Veterans from the Royal British Legion gave the funeral cortege a guard of honour, old soldiers, sailors and airmen, standing to attention, as the pine coffin, draped in a Union flag with Lt Cdr Molyneux's naval cap and a single rose atop, was carried into church by six pall bearers, all friends and shipmates of the officer.
The alleged incident between Lt Cdr Jones and his captain followed the lifting of the ban on homosexuals in the forces.
New FOD-tolerant blades had been designed and the first Navy planes carrying them would be available three months after Lt Cdr London's death.
Tamgha-i- Imtiaz (Military) was awarded to Captain Nasir Mahmood PN, Captain M Mehtab Khan PN, Cdr Agha Murtaza Mirza PN, Cdr Mohammad Tahir PN, Cdr M Nauman Akmal Khan PN, Cdr Yasir Ikram PN, Cdr M Hasan Adil PN, Cdr Ali Hyder PN, Cdr Ghulam Murtaza PN, Cdr Atif Perwaiz PN, Cdr Zohaib Najam Baig PN, Cdr Abdul Mateen PN, Lt Cdr Mohammad Zia Ullah PN, Lt Cdr Kashif Ahmed Khan PN, and Lt Cdr Shahab Aziz PN.
Lt Cdr Laverty added: "When we sail from Liverpool we are back out at sea, back on a patrol with our core fishing protection duties but also keeping an eye out on UK waters and seeing what's going around and what's happening on the back waters of the UK."
Lt Cdr Kelly, who has also served as an officer of the watch on the nowdecommissioned HMS Newcastle, said: "My last visit on a Royal Naval ship into Newcastle was in 2001 on board HMS Newcastle when I was the guard officer for her last Freedom of the City Parade.
Lt Cdr Ian Molyneux was shot dead by Able Seaman Ryan Donovan during the attack on HMS Astute on April 8, 2011.