TSM. Albert Edgar "Badge" Blunden
He was noted as having suffered injuries - including a small wound over the left scapula - following the grenade accident aboard HMS Prince Charles on 9th December 1941 during the Operation Kitbag preparations for the raid on Florø (
He is noted as having served in No.5 Troop of No.6 Commando.
TSM. Blunden was a keen amateur boxer and competed on the Commando boxing team as a Middle Weight.
TSM. Albert Blunden was serving with No.2 Troop of No. 6 Commando from, at least, May 1944. He was reported as being severely wounded in the stomach on
He left a widow, Alice Norah May Blunden of Shepherds Bush, and I laid to rest in Ranville War Cemetry (France) Grave IA.B.14.
The inscription on his headstone reads:
‘Brave, strong and true. He gave to the full. We will remember him.’