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Scott McLaren was born on 31 January, 1991 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom. At 20 years old, Scott McLaren height not available right now. We will update Scott McLaren's height soon as possible.

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Age 20 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 31 January 1991
Birthday 31 January
Birthplace Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Date of death July 4, 2011,
Died Place Helmand, Afghanistan
Nationality United Kingdom

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2015

In September 2015, when the campaign to have Sergeant Alexander Blackman released from prison was being vaunted in the press, McLaren's mother, Ann McLaren, petitioned the imprisoned Marine to reveal what he knew about her son's death. At his murder trial he declined to answer questions about McLaren's death in order to avoid any further anguish to the family. On the day of McLaren's disappearance, he had been instructed to get his team on the ground and start searching, initially without clear orders as to why, but later being told that there was a 'Man Away' scenario.

2011

McLaren deployed to Afghanistan with the 4th Battalion as a Rifleman in April 2011. His section was attached to the 1st Battalion Battlegroup and on the 3 July 2011 this group deployed to Checkpoint Salaang in the Nahr-e-Saraj district of Helmand Province.

Whilst they were at a smaller vehicle checkpoint 330 feet (100 m) north of Checkpoint Salaang on the 3 July 2011, a colleague of McLaren's had left behind some night-vision goggles. When they withdrew to the safety of the base, the missing goggles were highlighted and McLaren was the last person to see them. Later that night, at 2:19 am (local time) on the 4 July, McLaren left the base on his own ostensibly to search for the missing kit. It was noted that he had talked about going back for the goggles.

Despite an intensive 17-hour search, Highlander McLaren was found dead in a nearby river 3 miles (4.8 km) from the base. He had been tortured, shot five times in the head with a semi-automatic rifle and after death, his body had been interfered with. His body was repatriated to the United Kingdom on the 12 July 2011 through RAF Lyneham accompanied by the usual cortege through the streets of Wootton Bassett. McLaren's funeral was held at Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh on the 26 July 2011.

The family claim that McLaren was subject to abuse and bullying for being quiet, shy and an outsider. When he left the base in July 2011, he packed all his possessions into his kit bag and "snuck past" the guards. Hours before he left, he had been seen in tears studying a map of the district. The family also said that his military friends have told them that he was being bullied.

2009

McLaren, who was from Sighthill in Edinburgh, had joined the British Army in August 2009 and after initial infantry training at Catterick, he was posted to B Company, 4 Scots who were based at Bad Fallingbostel in Germany at that time. His fellow infanteers nicknamed him F1 on account of his athletic prowess and also as a reference to his surname.

2001

McLaren's death brought the total of British military deaths to 375 since operations began in 2001.

1991

Highlander Scott McLaren (31 January 1991 – 4 July 2011) was a British infanteer from the 4th Battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland who went out on his own from a secure base in the Nahr-e-Saraj district of Helmand Province, Afghanistan. His body was found later that day. He had been brutally killed by the Taliban and the reason for McLaren's disappearance away from the base has been the subject of much speculation.