Flags at the barracks which houses Royal Highland Fusiliers, 2nd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland in Penicuik, near Edinburgh, are at half mast today following the death of three soldiers in Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister has led tributes to the troops, who were killed by a roadside bomb while on patrol in Helmand Province. Six others were injured in the blast.
The soldiers were the first to die in an attack while travelling in a Mastiff, one of the Army's safest armoured vehicles, as ITV News' Paul Davies reports.
Family, friends and colleagues have been remembering three British soldiers killed in a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.
The deaths of three British soldiers in one incident in Afghanistan still has the power to shock us. And yet it is no surprise.