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Scott Hardy

Scott Hardy

(Passed – 2010)

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Scott Hardy

Scott Hardy
(Passed – 2010)

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Scott Hardy

(Passed – 2010)
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About Scott
This is a tribute to Scott Hardy. Lance Corporal Scott Hardy from the 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday 16 March 2010.
Scott Hardy was killed while serving as part of the Household Cavalry Regiment Battle Group, as a result of an explosion which occurred in an area approximately 20km north of Musa Qal'ah district centre, Helmand province.
At the time of his death Lance Corporal Hardy was on an operation inserted deep into Taliban territory, attacking the insurgents where they least expected it.
Lance Corporal Scott Hardy, aged 26, was born and raised in Chelmsford. A bricklayer before joining the Army, he excelled at the Infantry Training Centre,
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Catterick. He passed out of training in May 2007 and deployed to Afghanistan on Operation HERRICK 6 only three weeks later.
His age and maturity showed in Afghanistan and he was identified as a soldier with the potential to become a Junior Non-Commissioned Officer. He passed his Leadership Course in the winter of 2008 and was promoted shortly after.
His performance on this course was indicative of the man. In the swirling snow and sub-zero conditions and after four-and-a-half hours of tabbing up mountains he was still there, plugging away with a grim smile on his face. He soaked hardship up and got on with the job.
Lance Corporal Hardy arrived in Afghanistan on 19th October 2009 and was employed
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as a Section Second in Command in 3 Platoon of A (Norfolk) Company.
Scott's family and girlfriend made the following statement:
"Lance Corporal Scott Hardy was a proud professional soldier who courageously gave his life for his Country in Helmand Province.
"He had previously served there in 2007. As an infantryman he brought a passionate enthusiasm to the job of Section Commander. Having already promoted quickly, attendance on his next promotion course had been planned for return from Afghanistan.
"Possessing great inner strength and a powerful personality, Scott could be relied upon, even in the worst of situations, to lift his mens' morale. They loved him - he loved them.
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"Whilst being a highly competitive man, his role as a dearly loved son, brother, uncle and partner, developed his gift for attentiveness towards those around him. His young nephews and nieces agreed that his presence, 'brightened a room'.
"His father, brother, sisters and childhood sweetheart, Charlene, feel words fail to express the sorrow only a heart-broken family knows.
"To lose Scott, is to lose a huge part of life itself. But he will always be with us, making us smile, giving us pride and gratitude. We also wish to remember his Viking comrades with heartfelt sympathy. Rest in peace valiant friend."
This is an online memorial dedicated to Scott Hardy who died a hero. May he rest in
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peace.
Remembrance Messages
On 27th Mar 2010
Dawn Adamson
wrote:
Dearest Scott, it was a privilege to have had you in our lives, your passion and dedication of your job was a credit to you. Our memories of you may be few however those we have will always be treasured, your infectious personality, your care of others, your focus and ambition are all to be proud off. You knew the risks and were willing to take them to help others, a true hero. God Bless Scott you will be forever in our hearts, Uncle Gerry, Auntie Dawn and
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Dawn Adamson
message continued:
Kiera xxx
Remembrance Messages
On 23rd Mar 2010
Daryl Brewster
wrote:
Scott is a true hero who will be sorely missed, many of us have extremely good memories with him that we will never forget, all this is still so unreal and I'm still expecting to wake up anytime now. It's a real honour to have known Scott and the times we spent together over the years have been a real treat. Gone but deffinatly not forgotten, always in our hearts forever. R.I.P mate
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Scott Hardy

This is a tribute to Scott Hardy. Lance Corporal Scott Hardy from the 1st Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment, was tragically killed in Afghanistan on Tuesday 16 March 2010.
Scott Hardy was killed while serving as part of the Household Cavalry Regiment Battle Group, as a result of an explosion which occurred in an area approximately 20km north of Musa Qal'ah district centre, Helmand province.
At the time of his death Lance Corporal Hardy was on an operation inserted deep into Taliban territory, attacking the insurgents where they least expected it.
Lance Corporal Scott Hardy, aged 26, was born and raised in Chelmsford. A bricklayer before joining the Army, he excelled at the Infantry Training Centre,...

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