The verdict of an inquest into the deaths of three Army reservists who collapsed during the final stages of a 16-mile SAS test march is due to conclude tomorrow.
The father of one of the soldiers said he believes the Army system failed his son.
James Dunsby from Trowbridge died alongside Craig Roberts from Penryn Bay and Edward Maher from Northern Ireland after suffering heat exhaustion on one of the hottest days of the year.
David Dunsby believes their deaths could have been avoided.
Alexandra Lodge has been to meet him.