The repatriation of Private Greg Stone who was shot and killed in Afghanistan on June 3rd has taken place today (Thurs).
Robert Murphy reflects on the largest repatriation seen at RAF Brize Norton since it took over from Royal Wootton Bassett
The bodies of six soldiers killed in the single deadliest attack on UK forces in Afghanistan since 2001 are to be flown home.
The repatriation of two soldiers from a Wiltshire-based regiment killed in Afghanistan is taking place today (Thurs).
Sergeant Gareth Thursby, who was 29, and 18-year-old Private Thomas Wroe were killed by a man dressed in a local Afghan Police uniform in Helmand Province on Saturday.
They were serving with the Third Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment. The soldiers will be repatriated to RAF Brize Norton, passing through the Memorial Garden in Carterton at around 1:30pm.
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The men, serving with the 3rd Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment were killed on patrol in Helmand Province on March 6th. Today they were flown back to RAF Brize Norton before being taken through the nearby village of Carterton. Eli Louise Wringe reports.
A RAF plane carrying the bodies of the six soldiers killed in Afghanistan - the biggest single loss of life the UK forces have had since the conflict started in 2001 - has landed at Brize Norton. Read more on this story.
The bodies of the 6 soldiers from Warminster, killed in Afghanistan earlier this month have been repatriated to RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire. Families have gathered for the return of their loved ones.
Six soldiers were killed earlier this month when their Warrior Armoured vehicle was destroyed by a Taliban bomb. They are being repatriated today. All the men were from the Yorkshire Regiment and were based at Warminster. Read: Afghanistan - the war invading the lives of all of us.
The six men from 3rd Battalion, the Yorkshire Regiment, were based in Warminster. They were caught in an explosion when on patrol in their Warrior Armoured Fighting Vehicle.