Major Adam Foden, 53, commander of the Brigade Reconnaissance Force at Camp Bastion in Afghanistan, said: "It's a game-changing piece of kit.
What does BRF stand for?
BRF stands for Brigade Reconnaissance Force (Elite unit within the United Kingdom Royal Marines)
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Most of the soldiers in the Brigade Reconnaissance Force have had extra training to give more than basic first aid, and Natalie has been training them to slow down bleeds, check for chest injuries and assess the body for numerous other injuries.
Soldiers from 1st Battalion The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment (1 PWRR) deployed in their role as advisors to the Afghan police involved in the operation, while the ANA Reconnaissance Tolay (Company) and the Brigade Reconnaissance Force, manned by soldiers from the Queen's Dragoon Guards and 1 YORKS, struck at insurgent targets to the south of the area of operations, supported by the Warthog armoured vehicle group.
The Brigade Reconnaissance Force includes many soldiers from 1st The Queen's Dragoon Guards, which recruits from Shropshire, Herefordshire and the Welsh borders.
They were serving with the Brigade Reconnaissance Force and had been tasked with securing routes passing through Helmand Province.
The pair died while serving with the Brigade Reconnaissance Force.
Describing what Cole was taught on the morale-boosting visit, a Ministry of Defence spokesman said: "Royal Marines from 42 Commando and the Brigade Reconnaissance Force taught the star to fire state-of-the-art weapons systems and to drive the new Jackal vehicle.
Brigade Reconnaissance Force troops, mainly Royal Marine commandos, launched the raid in Helmand from two Chinook helicopters at the weekend.