Camera's should be banned at this sort of thing, this was between the blokes and their mate, no one else. Whoever thought of filming it and publishing it on the internet should hang their head. All thats going to happen now is loads of people going "great" and "awesome" forgetting what it's really about.
I won't say RIP fella because on the internet it's just electrons.
CQ I disagree. Had it not been for the internet, I would never have seen this.
On the one hand, I could have just (had I been aware of it) gone to a Kiwi "RIP Thread" and said something along the lines of "I'm sorry for your loss " , not many electrons would have been hurt and I would not have had to give much thought to my post (I'm not a huge one for RIP threads unless the deceased are Gunners - It's a family thing).
On the other; I could have logged on to this and been moved to tears, as I was. It gave me pause for thought, it made me think about the esteem that the deceased colleagues clearly held him in, and it reinforced my belief that the soldiers of the Queen will always to the best by there mates.
(PS The last sentence isn't a pisstake, and I do know that some people (regardless of job/capbadge/etc) will always do down their fellow man).