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The inquest heard the Viking had since had an armour upgrade to its rear section.
The hearing was also told the Viking, which is known to be vulnerable to Taleban attack, was being phased out in Afghanistan.
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Your locker is set up, you know the route between your classes, and you actually respond to your Spanish name now, right?Don’t leave it up to chance - leave it in the hands of the Holy Spirit.By: Leah Murphy It’s Monday morning and this is what I know: twenty-six people are dead, by a shooter with an unknown motive, and all this took place in a church -- the place where God’s peace is meant to reign -- all of this incredibly challenging my faith in God.His African-born sergeant was not best pleased when Pine-Coffin advised him not to wear medals that had been awarded to him by the Germans, but he quickly won the respect of his men without them.Pine-Coffin subsequently accompanied the KAR to Burma.Cpl Kevin Williams, of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, who survived the blast, and was the first to attend to Lt Col Thorneloe, said the commanding officer “told the guy (the other soldier) to get down and he would take his place.” The inquest in Trowbridge, Wilts, heard Lt Col Thorneloe had also helped his men conduct a drill with metal detectors, known as “Op Barma”, shortly before the blast.