The two biathletes will enter their respective sprint and individual competitions, with their results determining whether they qualify for the pursuit races.
Jackson, a biathlete for 15 years, said: "I am delighted to have been selected. Having missed out on selection for the Turin Winter Olympics, Vancouver taught me how to deal with the pressure in the build-up to the Games and I feel better prepared now."
Preparing skis for Olympic biathlon
have an army background,
with Coventry-born Lightfoot serving in the Adjutant General's Corps and Stockton-on-Tees' Jackson in 16 Regiment Royal Artillery.
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