Discussion in 'Gunners' started by GunnersQuadrant, Dec 5, 2007.
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RIP my fellow Gunner. You will never be forgotten
Seems like the loss of a real future asset to the forces. A fecking shame
RIP mate, too young, get well soon to the lucky lads.
Second the gimp on that one,
A promising soldier sadly lost to the forces as he started out on the long journey.
RiP Trooper. Thoughts as always with family and friends.
Always a tragedy when a soldier falls. But one so young, and at this time of the year...words seem so inadequate.
Condolances to the family.
Certainly one of the youngest to be serving in the HAC. Turn to the right and get away fella. See you in the bar later.
RIP fellow Gunner - heart felt condolences to his family and to the Regiment at this difficult time
We never met but I am very proud to have served with you
As a TA Gunner and Observer I see some close parallels between myself and Tpr Sadler. Its not often that the loss of someone you have never met causes you to stop and think in the way that this sad loss has done to me.
RIP Soldier, and condolences to the family and to all members of the HAC.
Rest in peace mate.
You won't be forgotten - too many good memories for that.
I hear you were a top bloke. Stand easy, and I will be raising a pint in your direction today. RIP
Rest in peace, very sad indeed - Sincere condolences to his family.
Condolences to the family and all fellow gunners that knew this young man. A tragic waste.
R.I.P. Fella, another very sad day...
Heartfelt Condolences to Family, Friends and Colleagues...
Pints raised. Just wish they were in the Sutling room with you.
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