Tributes are being paid to two soldiers from the Wiltshire-base Tank Regiment who were killed during an exercise in Pembrokeshire.
They were named on Friday by the MoD as Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson.
Commanding Officer Lieutenant Colonel Simon Ridgway said it was with deep sadness that he could confirm "Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson have both died as a result of the injuries they sustained in the tragic incident at Castlemartin Ranges."
Investigations continue into the incident in which two other soldiers were seriously injured- they remain in hospital.
It's believed an ammunition round exploded inside a tank at Castlemartin Range on Wednesday.
Tank live firing exercises by British military has also been suspended at the site as a precaution.
Cpl Hatfield, known to his friends as "Hattie", had a daughter, was engaged to be married and was living in Dorset. He was a talented rugby player and played cricket for Collingbourne Cricket Club.
'Sorely missed'In a Facebook tribute, the club described him as a "young man and brave soldier taken far too young".
The first team held a minute silence before their game on Saturday.
In a tribute from the army, Cpl Hatfield was described as an excellent soldier: