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The RMT union have been trying to negotiate 12-hour shifts for signallers in the Stirling area but say Network Rail have so far refused.
Swansea Crown Court was told Oswald Huw Davies, 49, of Castell Pigyn, Llanboidy, did not telephone the signaller for permission prior to going over the level crossing at Henllan Amgoed, near Whitland, on December 19 last year.
Signaller Ian Sartorius-Jones, from Runcorn, died on January 24 from a single gunshot wound to the head at the Khar Nikar army base in the Helmand Province.
The superfit squad - including Huddersfield Royal Signaller Joe Higgins - have raised more than pounds 5,000 for a trio of charities close to their hearts.
Those who worked alongside him speak of an exemplary signaller, and a soldier with true Airborne spirit who loved his role within 216 Parachute Signal Squadron," said Fox.
The union also announced that a planned four-day strike by thousands of maintenance workers planned from next Tuesday had been suspended and a fresh ballot will be held in light of the court decision affecting the signallers.
The union's 12,000 NR maintenance members voted by 77% in favour of strikes, while its 6,000 signallers backed industrial action by 54%.
The union's 12,000 NR maintenance members voted by 77 per cent in favour of strikes, while its 6,000 signallers backed industrial action by 54 per cent.