On reading on ARRSE about the tragic loss of 2 RAF personnel in Afghanistan yesterday,I woundered why I had not seen anything on this subject on BBC world(apart from the net,my only source of information here in Thailand). I re-checked the channel,and sure enough,zilch,nada,nothing about this on there. I see they found time to report the 2 million Quid in compensation to an Iraqi kid injured on their ticker.In addition the loss of the teenagers in Ecuador was covered from several angles. This leads me to draw the following conclusions, 1 The loss of British service personnel is not inportant to the BBC. 2 Service personnel from probable working-class backgrounds losing their lives is not as tragic as the loss of middle/upper-class teenagers on a gap year. Was this just poor reporting,or is there a more sinister agenda at work here,that deems that service personnel laying down their lives for the Queen are not worthy of reporting?. Is the BBC anti Armed Forces,indeed in fact, anti British?. Please discuss.