Not sure if any of you just saw BBC News 24 but they just ran a feature on the death of Cpl Mark Cornish who was killed by a mortar in August. It was one of the best and most sensitive items of news covering the death of a serviceman I have seen. There was a very in depth and eloquent interview with his father plus lots of pictures and footage of the lads out there right now. Very emotive and supportive. They are running a feature tomorrow at the same time 1330hrs on other soldiers who have lost their lives out there - is this the beginning of greater recognition for the brave lads out there who have made the ultimate sacrifice? Well done BBC.