Two Welsh soldiers have been honoured at a ceremony in London for their efforts whilst serving in Afghanistan. Rifleman Matthew Wilson from Aberystwyth has been presented with the Military Cross for protecting a wounded comrade.
While Corporal Matthew Perry from Newport has been given the Queens Commendation. David Wood has the full report.
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