Published Tuesday, 30 October 2012
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Corporal Channing Day, a 25-year-old medic from Comber, died from injuries sustained while on patrol in the Nahr-e Saraj district of Helmand Province on 24 October.
She became the third UK woman to be killed on duty since the conflict began.
The union flag-draped coffin of Corporal Day was flown in to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire for a special service on Tuesday.
Royal Marine Corporal David O'Connor, who died alongside her, was also repatriated.
Friends and family of the Co Down medic remembered her as a "fabulous daughter, sister, granddaughter, cousin, niece and friend".
A statement continued: "Channing was bubbly, sporty, beautiful and lived her life for the Army. She has died doing what she lived for and in the life that she loved.
"She will be remembered by all who knew her as a wonderful girl who never stopped smiling and who had an infectious laugh.
"Channing played football for Northern Ireland as well as ice hockey and also gained her qualification as a ski instructor through the Army.
"She was also the Northern Ireland Gymnastics Pairs Champion. A girl who lived her life to the full without ever giving up on her dreams. She will be so sadly missed by all."
A book of condolences has been opened for Cpl Day at St Mary's Church in Comber.