Her husband added: "Although I am devastated beyond words at the death of my beautiful wife Sarah, I am so incredibly proud of her.
"She was an awesome soldier who died doing the job that she loved. My wife knew the risks, she was there because she wanted to be, and she wouldn't have had it any other way."
He added: "Sarah, as with all our fallen, must never be forgotten."
Her father Des Feely, speaking from his home in Cumbria, said: "There are so many people both in the military and locally where she grew up that are not only going to be touched by this but also devastated at the loss of such a beautiful girl.
"Nothing much seems to have changed since the days of Churchill's famous speech. Never have so many owed so much to so few.
"We truly have lost the 'Angel of the North'."
'Wonderful and brave'
Her mother, Maureen Feely, said she was incredibly proud of her "wonderful" daughter, who she said loved her job.
"Right from day one, from her basic training, she absolutely loved the life. She loved being out on exercise, out on the field, there was nothing about the life she didn't like at all," she said.
Mrs Feely added: "She was beautiful, she was wonderful, she was just so brave at everything she did."
Cpl Bryant's Commanding Officer, Lt Col Jim Suggit, said: "She had courage, passion and flair for the role she was undertaking, engaging with the people of Helmand Province and trying to give them hope and confidence that they might eventually enjoy peace, progress and prosperity."
"She was just a very positive, happy person. A lot of courage - I mean I was surprised that someone so feminine should take on a job in the army."
The family of Cpl Sean Robert Reeve, who was 28, issued a statement describing him as a "dearly loved son, brother, godparent, uncle, grandson, and friend, who was loving, loyal, honourable, selfless and gentle".
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"Sean's professionalism and determination for all that he did was an inspiration to all that were fortunate to have known him," it continued.
In a statement, the family of L/Cpl Larkin, who was 39, said he "was a beloved husband, father, son and brother whose tragic and untimely death will be deeply mourned by his family, friends and colleagues".
The family of Paul Stout, who was 31, described him as a "loving father and devoted husband".
"He was a wonderful son and brother and will be greatly missed by all his family and friends," their statement continued.
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