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The wife of a Norfolk soldier who was killed at an army training base has described him as her "soul mate and best friend".
Father-of-two Sergeant Mark Foley served with the Light Dragoons based in Swanton Morley near Dereham. He was killed at an army training base in Cumbria while travelling in a military vehicle on Wednesday.
An investigation into the accident, which injured two other soldiers, is under way.
Paying tribute to her husband, Kelly Foley said: "He was my soul mate and my best friend, who always made me laugh. The best dad ever to Emily and Hannah. He loved us, his job and Hull FC. We will miss him so much."
His commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel James Senior, said: "Sergeant Foley was an exceptionally talented, battle-hardened soldier who embodied everything that is good about our profession.
"A consummate professional, he delivered on operations time and time again, accumulating huge experience on the way."
Members of the Colchester Military Wives Choir will be preforming at Westminster today.
They've been invited to sing at a Remembrance concert by Colchester's MP Sir Bob Russell.
Before the concert begins members of the choir will lay a wreath at Westminster Abbey.
Army attack helicopters have been taking part in a live firing exercise in Norfolk.
Pilots and ground crew from Wattisham Flying Station in Suffolk are about to leave for a four month tour of duty in Afghanistan.
They have been firing the Apache's 30mm cannon, rearming and refuelling at the Stanford Training area near Thetford.
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Having played a starring role in Shakespeare in Love, Holkham beach on the north Norfolk coast is now known around the world for its miles of beautiful white sand.
But long before the Hollywood film, the beach has been a popular holiday destination with people coming back year after year.
Among them, members of the Household Cavalry, who return every summer for a bit of horsing around and a swim in the sea.
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Soldiers and horses of the Household Cavalry have been exercising on the beach at Holkham in north Norfolk.
For 11 months of the year they're based in London with a full calendar of ceremonial duties but they have an annual training visit to the Thetford Battle Training area.
Captain John Rawdon-Mogg says Holkham is a perfect place to go riding with wide flat sand and a calm sea.
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The soldiers and horses of the Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment have returned to Norfolk for their annual training camp.
They've been training on Holkham beach on Thursday morning.