Airman dies in Cyprus en route from operations in Afghanistan

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  2. Fcuk me, Life is just NOT FAIR.

  3. Very sad news, R.I.P.
  4. if there's one time to go........

    Very sad news RIP
  5. Awful news, just when his NOK thought him safe.... tragic. RIP
  6. What awful news.

    RIP Gunner

    Per Ardua
  7. It doesn't get any more unfair than that.............RIP mate.
  8. The saddest thing i have heard in a long time. RIP
  9. Heard this morning that he was hit by a speed boat whilst swimming. Someone is going to get some incoming.

    RIP Rock.
  10. This from the Regimental Secretary today:

    "SAC Scott HUGHES of 1 Sqn RAF Regt was very seriously injured in a water sport-related accident while undergoing unit 'decompression' in Cyprus, following its operational tour at Camp Bastion in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. Sadly, he later died of his injuries on Sun 7 Nov 10. He was 20 years old. The repatriation to RAF Lynham will likely take place on Tue 16 Nov 10 (to be confirmed) and the funeral details will be announced at a later date."
  11. Sad news and a terrible loss for the unit and family, especially so, given the circumstances. As has already been said, life is so unfair. RIP
  12. There is never a good time to die, but some times are far more unfair than others. My condolences to family and friends who thought the dangers were over only to be tragically reminded life can be fickle and that we can never really be 'safe'.


    Per Ardua Ad Astra