"A crane collapse not only endangers the life of the operator, but also endangers the lives of other workers in the construction site or road users nearby," Lt Col
"If for one moment I suspected they were storing them incorrectly, I would have been furious." The senior coroner has also heard the Lt Col
was supposed to have obtained written authorisation from a more senior officer for the guest shoot, as was required by army rules, but "had not appreciated that at the time".
Colonel Forbes-Robertson went on to Command 2nd Gordon Highlanders from 1926 and then commanded 152 Infantry Brigade from 1932-34 and even served in Home Guard in World War Two.
Silvertop's family home was at Ministeracres, near Slaley in Northumberland, which is now a Christian retreat centre.
The NIA also wants to question Lt Col
Purohit in connection with the Samjhauta blast where he stands suspected of having provided the RDX.
The parking lot attendant noticed the jeep's engine was still running, so he tried to move the vehicle himself, Lt Col
Kevin Coyne examines the US European Command's intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) strategy and suggests a road ahead for ISR integration.
Following the inquest, Lt Col
Thorneloe's father Major John Thorneloe,below, said he hoped his son's death had led to improved funding and equipment for the forces.
He said Lt Col
Thorneloe was an "exceptionally inspirational man who always led from the front.
Eight standard bearers from the regiment lowered their flags in tribute as the hearse was driven into the grounds of the chapel before eight Welsh Guards shouldered his coffin and carried it into the chapel as Lt Col
Thorneloe's family watched.
Thorneloe, the commanding officer of the 1st Battalion Welsh Guards, was killed in a blast which hit his Viking armoured vehicle near Lashkar Gah in Helmand province, southern Afghanistan, on Wednesday.
The Strategic Roost's board of directors in October ratified results from their recent election and formally installed the following chapter officers: Lt Col
Doug Sachs, president; Lt Col
Jeff Seinwill, vice president; and Lt Stacey Shaul, secretary.