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    Default Afghanistan: moment Private Stephen Bainbridge stepped on an IED

    By Jason P. Howe
    telegraph.co.uk
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    Photojournalist Jason P. Howe was embedded with the Army in Afghanistan last year when a soldier with whom he was on patrol stepped on an improvised explosive device, losing both legs. For the first time since the 10-year campaign began, pictures of the immediate aftermath of an IED attack on a British soldier, including photographs of Pte Stephen Bainbridge being treated at the scene, can be published after Pte Bainbridge gave his approval.

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    Pte Bainbridge is attended to by medics after stepping on an IED (Jason P. Howe)


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    So much thanks are owed to these medical teams.
    "... well Colonel Straight, alls fair in love and war." General Nathan Bedford Forrest

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    Horrific, but im glad he survived and it needs to be seen. Sharing with all my friends, Thanks jim.

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    The skill of these medics continues to amaze me. The bravery of these young men inspires me. Private Bainbridge deserves a lot of credit for his own survival. I don't know where we get them, but I hope we don't run out of them. Brits, Americans, Aussies, and all the rest who are giving their sweat and blood to fight terrorism in the world make me a proud old man.

 

 

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