18 YEAR OLD SAS HERO TO RECEIVE MEDAL FROM THE QUEEN FOR SAVING HUNDREDS OF LIVES

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A  hard core member of the SAS  helped save hundreds of lives when he killed two terrorists during an attack in Kenya.

 The unnamed undercover SAS soldier will be honoured by her Majesty the Queen.

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The soldier will be presented with the Conspicuous Gallantry Cross bravery medal after he intervened when al-Shabaab militants raided Nairobi’s DusitD2 hotel on January 15.

The  SAS hero helped to bring the bloodshed to an end after 21 people had been murdered in the gun and grenade assault, including British victim Luke Potter.

He stormed the hotel complex by himself and killed two of the terrorists after US Navy Seals requested his expertise  when they were told to wait for permission to enter, according to the Sun newspaper in the UK.

The hero SAS member is only 18-years old and is expected to be awarded the bravery medal, which is only second to the Victoria Cross, by the Queen in the next two weeks.

The young SAS member was deployed in Kenya to help train their soldiers, he also reportedly helped to evacuate 700 people from the hotel.

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