One of three soldiers who died in a car crash has been named by the Ministry of Defence as a man from Telford.
The bodies of Lance Corporal Christopher Beckett, 25, along with Corporal Daniel Ginty, 26, and Corporal James Luton, 24, were discovered in the car by a pub landlord.
They were found on Sunday morning in the village of Roch, Pembrokeshire, about four miles from Cawdor Barracks, Brawdy, where they were based with the 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare). It is not yet clear how long it had been since the crash happened.
The MoD said it was announcing the untimely deaths of the soldiers - all three of whom had served in Afghanistan - with "great regret".
The Skoda Fabia car they were travelling in is understood to have left the road and hit a wall on the A487. Their commanding officer, Lieutenant Colonel Tim Carmichael, said his thoughts were with the men's families.
Speaking about L/Cpl Beckett, he said: "Already in this, his first assignment in the Royal Signals, Chris had faced the tough challenge of an operational tour in Helmand Province.
"To have returned from there and yet have his life cut short within a few miles of my regiment's base in Pembrokeshire is particularly tragic.
"Chris Beckett was an enthusiastic young man who was learning his trade at an impressive rate. He will be missed by everyone in my regiment."