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Afghan attack victims repatriated

Afghan attack victims repatriated
Friends and family pay their respects, as the hearses carrying the coffins of six dead soldiers pass mourners lining the High Street on Nov 10 in Wootton Bassett, England.(Getty Images)
Afghan attack victims repatriated
Warrant Officer Darren Chant 40, Sergeant Matthew Telford 37, Guardsman James Major 18, of the 1st Battalion The Grenadier Guards, Acting Corporal Steven Boote 22 and Corporal Nicholas Webster-Smith, both of the Royal Military Police, were all killed as a result of gunshot wounds sustained in an attack at a police checkpoint in the Nad e-Ali district of Helmand province, Afghanistan on Tuesday 3 November 2009. Serjeant Phillip Scott, from 3rd Battalion The Rifles killed on Thursday 5 November 2009, was also amongst those repatriated. (Getty Images)
Afghan attack victims repatriated
Friends and family throw flowers at the hearses carrying the coffins of six dead soldiers.(Getty Images)
Afghan attack victims repatriated
Friends and family of Acting Corporal Steven Boote, show their emotions. (Getty Images)
Afghan attack victims repatriated
The hearses carrying the coffins of six dead soldiers pass mourners lining the High Street on Nov 10.(Getty Images)
Afghan attack victims repatriated
Servicewomen comfort each other as the hearses carrying the coffins of six dead soldiers pass mourners.(Getty Images)