Two Welsh serviceman killed in a helicopter crash in southern Afghanistan last month are to be repatriated today.
26-year-old Lance Corporal Oliver Thomas from Brecon and 30-year-old Captain Thomas Clarke from Cowbridge were one of five soldiers who died when the Lynx helicopter they were travelling in came down during a routine flight.
The repatriation will take place at RAF Brize Norton. Families of both servicemen will be in attendance.
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