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Hundreds of soldiers based at Catterick Garrison have attended York Minster after returning home from Afghanistan.
During their six month tour, nine soldiers from the 4th Mechanized Brigade died in service.
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The Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu joined hundreds of Armd Forces personnel who have recently returned to their Catterick base for a tour of duty in Afghanistan for a service of rememberance and thanksgiving in York Minster.
The 4th Mechanized Brigade Task Force suffered nine deaths whilst deplyed between October 2012 and April 2013.
Soldiers who have recently returned from Afghanistan have attended a thanksgiving service at York MInster.
Members of the 4th Mechanized Brigade gathered along with bereaved families.
Brigader Bob Bruce said they would remember the nine soldiers lost while on deployment in Helmand Province.
The Archbishop of York has led a service of remembrance at the city's Minster for soldiers who've recently returned from Afghanistan. Hundreds of military personnel from the 4th Mechanized Brigade based at Catterick Garrison turned out for the service.
Doctor John Sentamu led prayers to the nine members of the unit who lost their lives during a recent deployment to Helmand. The Regiment's Brigadier Bob Bruce spoke about the service.
The soldiers from 4th Mechanized Brigade, who are attending today's remembrance service, spent the tour helping the Afghan National Security Forces take on the responsibility for Helmand province.
Also at the ceremony at York Minster will be Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu and the Armed Forces Minister, Andrew Robathan MP.
Family members of injured soldiers and the bereaved are expected to attend the service to honour the life and service of their loved ones.
Military representatives from the US, Danish and Estonian Armies will also be present.
Troops who have just returned from Afghanistan have been attending a thanksgiving service at York Minster.
The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu and the Forces Minister Andrew Robathan MP joined hundreds of armed forces personnel who have recently returned home from service.
The 4th Mechanised Brigade lost nine soldiers during their six month tour of Helmand Province.