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Scoop Audio & Video: NZDF Briefing On Death Of SAS Trooper

Scoop Audio & Video: NZDF Briefing On Death Of SAS Trooper


Corporal Doug Grant,
NZSAS.

Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones and Defence Minister Wayne Mapp held a press conference this morning to release the name of the NZSAS trooper killed in Kabul and give more details on events surrounding his death. [NZDF slides (PDF), Family statement (PDF)]

The trooper was Corporal Doug Grant, 41.

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MP3 format or in OGG format.

New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant
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New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones
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Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones

New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - Defence Minister Wayne Mapp
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Defence Minister Wayne Mapp

New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - Defence Minister Wayne Mapp
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New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - Chief of Defence Force Lieutenant General Rhys Jones
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New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - body armour
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New Zealand Defence Force NZDF press conference  on death of NZSAS (SAS) trooper Doug Grant - body armour
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Body armour similar to that worn by the SAS

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