Army officer allegedly asked soldier to help alter statements about fatal march

Cpl Joshua Hoole died within an hour of collapsing on a hot day in Wales in 2016

An army officer was reported to military police after allegedly telling a more junior soldier to help change statements about a march on a very hot day in which a colleague died, an inquest has heard.

Cpl Joshua Hoole, 26, died within an hour of collapsing on a hot day during an annual fitness test (AFT) in Brecon, south Wales, in July 2016. The tragedy came three years after three army reservists suffered fatal heat illness during an SAS selection march in the Brecon Beacons.

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