Children hear from war artist, Daniel Peterson, about his experiences on the frontline in Afghanistan with Welsh soldiers
A service of remembrance is being held in Cardiff today in memory of two Welsh Cavalry soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
Soldiers from 1st the Queen's Dragoon Guards have returned from a seven-month tour of Afghanistan.
Welsh regiment, the Queen's Dragoon Guards (QDG), have been called up to take on security work for London 2012.
It's after concerns that there are staff shortages with the security firm covering the Olympic and Paralympic games.
Armed forces across the UK are on standby to provide extra security at the games.
The Army in Wales has today confirmed that the QDG, known as the Welsh Cavalry, could provide security cover at events across the UK throughout London 2012
A service of remembrance has just taken place in memory of two soldiers from 1st The Queens Dragoon Guards killed in Afghanistan.
Prayers were said for Lieutenant David Boyce and Lance Corporal Richard Scanlon at the service at Llandaff Cathedral. They died last November in Helmand Province.
Ray Scanlon told ITV Wales that his son Richard, who was killed whilst on duty in Afghanistan in November, was 'so dedicated' and well-loved within his battalion. Lance Corporal Scanlon will be remembered at a service in Cardiff today, along with his colleague Lieutenant David Boyce.
Soldiers from the 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards will march through Cardiff today.
The regiment - which has recently returned from a seven month stint in Afghanistan - will form up in Cardiff Castle for an inspection, before setting off on parade towards the Hayes area of the city.
At midday 104 Regiment Royal Artillery will fire a gun salute to mark the Queen's Jubilee.
At a similar parade in Swansea yesterday, campaigners held placards in protest at Government proposals that could see the regiment axed.