The body of a soldier from Newcastle who died in Afghanistan has been been flown back to Britain. Sapper Adam Moralee, 23, was killed while working with plant equipment at Camp Bastion.
Soldiers lined the street and saluted in tribute as his cortege passed through the Memorial Garden in Carterton, Oxfordshire.
Sapper Moralee had been deployed to Afghanistan with the 32 Engineer Regiment last September. He joined the Royal Engineers when he left school at 17, leaves behind fiancee Emma and parents Lynn and Darren.
Mourners lined the streets of Carterton, Oxfordshire, as the body of Sapper Adam Moralee, from Newcastle, was brought back to the UK.
Sapper Adam Moralee, 23, was a committed Newcastle United fan and a loving son, who was due to be married.