These shocking images from Salisbury Plain (from Wiltshire Fire and Rescue) show the extent of the destruction caused by the crash which saw 11 soldiers hospitalised.
Police, fire crews, paramedics, air ambulance teams, emergency response doctors and military personnel worked together to help those injured.
An army officer and a sergeant have suffered "life changing injuries" to their legs after a truck crash on Salisbury Plain yesterday evening.
As front passengers of the rear truck in the three-vehicle pile-up, they were hurt when their four-tonne truck crashed into the back of another. They were airlifted to Southampton General Hospital.
A further 9 soldiers were taken to Salisbury District Hospital, 6 of whom remain there. Those hospitalised include the driver of the third vehicle, another officer, who suffered leg bruising and head injuries. Police believe around 20 soldiers in total were injured.
Officers carried out a detailed examination of the scene overnight. The investigation continues, although police do not believe mechanical failure played a part in the crash, and are now looking at potential human and environmental causes.
The crash happened at around 6.30pm on Wednesday in a field near to Westdown Camp, in Wiltshire. Both British and Indian soldiers are believed to have been involved.
South Western Ambulance Service have paid tribute to the emergency crews who were on the scene for last night's crash on Salisbury Plain, in which around 20 soldiers were injured.
Police, fire crews, paramedics, air ambulance teams, emergency response doctors and military personnel had to work together to help the soldiers - several of whom suffered life-changing injuries.
The Ministry of Defence have released a statement confirming that they will investigate a multi-vehicle crash during a training exercise on Salisbury Plain, and confirmed that there were a "number of casualties".
Around 20 soldiers were reported to have been injured in the crash. It is understood both British and Indian military personnel were involved in the incident.
Around twenty soldiers have been injured during a military training exercise on Salisbury Plain.
Three military vehicles collided at around six thirty this evening.
Two soldiers suffered life threatening injuries in the crash, while eight more sustained serious injuries.
It is understood both British and Indian military personnel were involved in the incident.
Around 20 soldiers have been injured in a crash involving three army vehicles during a training exercise near Stonehenge.
Police say four of those involved have been left with "life changing injuries". A further sixteen are described as "walking wounded".
The incident happened at around 6.30pm near Larkhill in Wiltshire.
A spokesperson for Wiltshire Police said: "We received a call from the air ambulance who told us they were attending. First responders and three military ambulances were also at the location, a field on The Plain near Westdown Camp."
There's been an accident involving three military vehicles on Salisbury Plain.
South West Ambulance service has confirmed they are treating a total of twenty casualties, believed to be soldiers.
The collision happened on military ground near Larkhill.
There's been an accident involving two vehicles on Salisbury Plain.
South West Ambulance service has confirmed they are treating a total of 14 casualties.
The collision happened on military ground and is believed to involve members of the armed services.
People living around Salisbury Plain may notice an increase in military activity. The army is staging a big exercise to test that its Lead Armoured Task Force is prepared for deployment. Residents have been warned to expect more vehicles such as tanks on roads in the area.
Army representatives have met with Patney Parish Council following an incident in which an artillery shell fired from Salisbury Plain landed five miles in the wrong direction.
They've issued the following statement