Above: Armed forces pray in the Iraq desert. But the number of non-religious personnel is increasing
Servicemen with no religious beliefs now have their own group, Sue Corbett discovers
Based in Catterick, Henry Cummins, 44, of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards directs the Army’s Afghanistan-specific live-fire training exercises, taking place mostly at the Castlemartin range in Pembrokeshire. “Every company or squadron going to Afghanistan comes to me for up to a week and I get them shooting properly,” he says.
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