Injured Sapper's recovery and recuperation

Discussion in 'Sappers' started by Dunservin, Jul 26, 2010.

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  1. It's good to see this Sapper being supported by a mutual RN diving buddy:

    Soldier loses legs in Afghan blast
    I wish Sgt Yule a speedy recovery and the best possible future given the nature of his injuries.
  2. Today's Portsmouth News contains the following article. RN Minewarfare and Clearance Diving Officer, Lt Cdr Richard 'Soapy' Watson RN, appears on the extreme left in the photo of the runners.

    Runners endure mud fundraiser for soldier who lost legs to bomb
  3. X59

    X59 LE

    Good stuff. Keep on.
  4. It's good to see the support from the RN, thanks for the link Dunservin, there have been a lot of injured Sappers from 33 Engr Regt (EOD) as well as other Engineer Regiments while carrying out the extremely dangerous job of High Risk Search in the sandy place over the past couple of years ...
  5. Here's another team of RN divers off to work with the Sappers, the third to date:

    From Deep Sea to Desert - Royal Navy Bomb Disposal Team
  6. Micky Yule was my sect cdr at Gib barracks while on my B3 cbt engrs course, only just recently found about his injuries, absolutely gutted to hear about it. I really hope hes made a good recovery and wish him the best in the future.