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Scott Kyle is doing a skydive for Blesma The Limbless Veterans because injured ex-service men and women need your help

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  • Event: Fall for the Fallen, 05 Sep 2014 to 07 Sep 2014

Blesma The Limbless Veterans

We assist Limbless Veterans to lead independent and fulfilling lives.

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As some close friends will know, I've been working on a project the incredible true story of the Kajaki minefield incident, which took place on 6th September 2006 and resulted in the death of Cpl Mark Wright, 3 PARA, as he organised the rescue of a wounded colleague. Three other soldiers also lost legs in the incident and to pay my own tiny tribute to their heroism and sacrifice I've decided to undertake a parachute jump in aid of the British Limbless Ex-Servicemen's Association. The jump is scheduled for 6th September, 2014, eight years to the day after the minefield incident. I am jumping alongside Cpl Stu Pearson, one of the men who lost a leg that day, as well as his girlfriend Julia Wilson, David Elliot, and Tom Williams. The jump will also, hopefully, mark the successful end of the film's shoot in Jordan the day before. We are doing something we thought we would never have the guts to do. Because when you understand what these men and women went through in Afghanistan on our behalf, you realise that jumping out of a plane above Salisbury Plain is the very least you can do to support them on their road to recovery. Please support me if you can. Thanks Scott Kyle Donating through JustGiving is simple, fast and totally secure. Your details are safe with JustGiving – they’ll never sell them on or send unwanted emails. Once you donate, they’ll send your money directly to the charity. So it’s the most efficient way to donate – saving time and cutting costs for the charity.

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