The Ministry of Defence has confirmed the names of two Welsh soldiers who were killed in Afghanistan on Sunday.
It is believed Craig Andrew Roderick, 22, from Cardiff and Leonard Perran Thomas, also from Cardiff, were shot by a man wearing an Afghan police uniform in Helmand Province.
Welsh Guard, Apete Saunikalou Ratumaiyale Tuisovurua from Fiji also died in the incident.
The family of Mr Roderick released this statement:
Leonard Thomas's family said he was "a military man through and through." Mr. Thomas leaves behind his mother, partner Rachel, and younger brother Tristan.
The Chief of Staff for Task Force Helmand, Major Andy Cox, has paid tribute to the three soldiers killed.
The Prime Minister David Cameron called news of the soldiers' deaths "appalling" and said he would do all he could to ensure justice is done.
The deaths bring the total number of members of UK forces to have died since operations in Afghanistan began in October 2001 to 422.