Royal Artillery soldiers' sadness at Woolwich killing

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Soldiers from 16 Regiment Royal Artillery have received campaign medals after returning from six months on the front line in Afghanistan.

Their home base is in Rutland but they were previously based at the Royal Artillery Barracks in Woolwich, near where Drummer Lee Rigby was killed.

Sergeant Paul McIlroy said he had walked down the same road many times in his uniform and the killing had taken days to sink in.

Jeremy Ball also spoke to Caroline Osman, Clare Treharne, Lance Bombardier Daniel Frisby and Bombardier Huw Owen.

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