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Trooper Jack Sadler Repatriation Ceremony

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Uploaded on Feb 16, 2008

Trooper Jack Sadler, a Territorial Army soldier with the Honourable Artillery Company, died when the vehicle he was traveling in caught in an explosion during a tactical patrol to the north of Sangin, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Jack (21) was originally from Exeter but lived in London where, having completed his extensive basic training and obtained a degree in War Studies at the University of London, he volunteered for mobilisation and deployment to Afghanistan. Although a reservist, he had no difficulty fitting in and soon became an integral member of a highly effective and close knit team. He was a dedicated and professional soldier who had proved himself to be a reliable in demanding tactical patrols and in the face of the enemy. An intelligent man, he had a keen wit and a dry sense of humour which he used to great effect whenever the going became tough.

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