Two Danish soldiers were killed and three others were injured, two of them seriously, in a bomb attack in the southern Helmand province in Afghanistan on 7th August 2010.
A Danish tank on patrol hit a roadside bomb about six kilometres (four miles) northeast of the town of Gereshk.
The two soldiers were both serving with the Danish Royal Life Guards.
Erik Rolandsen, age 26, (pictured top left) and
Jimmi Petersen, age 28 (pictured bottom left)
There are some 750 Danish troops in NATO's International Security Assistance Force. Most are in Helmand province under British command.
Thirty-four Danish soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan since the deployment began.