A coroner is expected to record verdicts today into the deaths of three army reservists who died after taking part in an SAS march on the Brecon Beacons two years ago.
An inquest had heard that despite the soldiers being incredibly fit, they were 'not adequately conditioned' for the march and that those in charge were unaware of the weather conditions.
Coroner says despite being incredibly fit, the reservists were "not adequately conditioned" for SAS test march
Coroner: those in charge were unaware of weather conditions and failed to carry out dynamic risk assessment as a result
Coroner says there was no prior contact with mountain rescue or any medical plan of how to treat casualties with heat related illness
SAS selection tests are to be changed to protect recruits from dangers such as extreme temperatures, it has been reported.
Families of the Army reservists who died after an SAS march "are never going to get the full picture", an ex-soldier has told ITV News.
The family of army reservist Edward Maher have said that it is unacceptable that their son paid for his training 'with his life.'