http://xtramsn.co.nz/news/0,,11964-4140356,00.html Firstly sincere condolences to the families and friends of all involved. Having never driven or travelled in a Mog, am interested to hear from people who may have used them, as a Kiwi truckie I have seen a few on the roads and they appear to have a very high centre of gravity which in turn would mean a low rollover threshold. Have pedalled a few RL's and MK's which handled ok within there limitations. Dead Soldiers' Names Released 24/02/2005 12:12 PM NewstalkZB The names of three soldiers whose Unimog plunged into the Kawerau Gorge between Cromwell and Queenstown have been released. Nineteen-year-old Private Ashley Patrick Goodwin, originally from Motueka and based at the Burnham Army camp, has been confirmed dead. Twenty-one-year-old Shane Adrian Ohlen, from Wellington and also stationed at Burnham, and 17-year-old David James Partington from Waitara, based at the Linton camp, are also missing, presumed drowned. Cromwell Sergeant Steve Ereckson says police are probably looking for bodies. He says there is always hope, but from his knowledge of the difficulties of the area and the river, he is not holding high expectations. It is the second fatality in the last six months involving army soldiers and Unimog vehicles. Twenty-nine-year-old Private Sean James Dougherty and 22-year-old Private Daniel Kairua died in August last year, when their truck rolled off a road on Banks Peninsula. Another soldier was seriously injured. NZ First MP Ron Mark is worried about the lack of experience in the Defence Force, with so many staff leaving. He says that increases the risk of training accidents occurring.