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Head of Army visits Brecon

Brigadier Philip Napier, head of the Army in Wales is visiting Brecon to meet cadets training at Sennybridge. His visit comes after two servicemen died during a training exercise in the Brecon Beacons.

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Ministry of Defence name soldier who died in Brecon

The Ministry of Defence has named one of the two army reservists who died in the Brecon Beacons on a training exercise over the weekend. He was Lance Corporal Craig Roberts. He was originally from the Penrhyn Bay area near Llandudno and working as a teacher in London.

It's thought that he and another, still unnamed soldier who died, were taking part in a selection process for the territorial army section of the SAS.

Investigations have been continuing into the deaths during the day, as Hannah Thomas reports.

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