The mother of a fallen soldier is fighting against plans to demolish a Chapel of Rest where servicemen and women were repatriated, at the former RAF Lyneham military base.
Martha Fairlie reports:
In 2009, Jacqui watched as her son Guardsman Jamie Janes' coffin returned home and was later taken through the streets of Wootton Bassett.
Jacqui vividly remembers the RAF Lyneham site where she and hundreds of other families over four years, came face-to-face with the reality that their loved ones had fallen in service of their country.
Although the building is a just prefab, fitted out with wooden cladding, it is a sacred place, say the families of the fallen who came through there.
Jacqui told ITV News that it is difficult for her to put into words what the Chapel of Rest means to her, adding that it might as well be a "fifty storey multi-million pound building".
She began by describing the terrible moment that she was told her son had died:
She spoke about the precious, private time she spent with her son's body in the Chapel of Rest.
The families of the fallen soldiers have set up a Facebook page that has gathered more than 2,200 "likes" in opposition of plans to remove the Chapel of Rest.
The Wiltshire site was closed last year and the Ministry of Defence plans to demolish the building.
A Defence Infrastructure Organisation spokesperson said a new repatriation centre has been opened at RAF Brize Norton.
Conservative MP for North Wiltshire James Gray has sent questions to the Secretary of State, but does not expect answers before September because of the summer recess.