The soldier from Retford who has been awarded the Military Cross for his courage, commitment and leadership in Afghanistan says he did not have to think about putting himself at risk to save others, it is something he just did.
Corporal Oliver Bainbridge was blown up three times in Afghanistan, including one instance when he pulled the driver of a tank to safety after it was hit by an 'improvised explosive device'. At the same time, he was being fired at by insurgents.
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