Meet Eric Baker

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we was alerted by several “real” members of SAMA who all claimed Eric was telling the press porkpies over his claims to have served as a Paratrooper and fought at Goose Green.
After enquiries we found no Eric Baker on the formation role or battalion Orbat for that particular battle or even the atts and dets.
We found No Eric Baker on the Para Data base!
We found no one from 2 Para who knew of a CSgt Eric Baker, you would have thought someone had!

Which is strange when he claimed to have seen young blokes being blown up along with one of his friends getting shot in the neck three times.

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We will let the rest from Eric to the press do the talking.

http://www.doncasterfreepress.co.uk/news/doncaster-war-veteran-has-leg-amputated-after-stubbing-his-toe-1-6735166

The 67-year-old, who fought in the Battle of Goose Green,

Mr Baker, who used to be able to run a four minute mile.

Mr Baker, who was decorated for his time in the Falklands and his long service in the Army,

“I was at Goose Green and worked my way up through the ranks of the Army, and became a colour sergeant, but now I’m trapped.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2696125/Falklands-veteran-forced-leg-amputated-stubbing-toe.html

Falklands veteran, 67, who fought at the Battle of Goose Green forced to have leg amputated after stubbing his toe at home
Eric Baker was once a paratrooper who could run a four-minute mile
He fought in South Atlantic and was promoted to colour sergeant
A Falklands War veteran who survived the Battle of Goose Green has been forced to have his leg amputated after stubbing his toe in a cruel accident at home.
Ex-paratrooper Eric Baker, 67, survived war-zones and left the forces with the rank of colour sergeant following his service in the South Atlantic.

http://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/489465/Falklands-veteran-has-leg-amputated-after-stubbing-toe

Paratrooper Eric Baker, 67, who survived the Falklands conflict and fought in the Battle of Goose Green, sustained the injury when he kicked his bed.

Mr Baker, who was decorated for his time in the Falklands and his long service in the Army, remained in hospital for ten weeks.

He said: “The things I have seen – young blokes being blown up. I saw one of my friends getting shot in the neck three times.

“I was at Goose Green and worked my way up through the ranks of the Army, and became a colour sergeant, but now I’m trapped.

No P Coy record

No Para Records

 

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