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Cemetery in a special salute to the man who had given the last six years of his life to his country. Fellow officers from 70 Squadron RAF said Flight Lt McNally, 27, had been a highly-respected officer, conscientious and hardworking. He received a medal for his service in the Gulf War and had made food drops in Somalia, Kurdistan and Yugoslavia. He set up home with his wife Kerry at RAF Lyneham and they would have celebrated their second wedding anniversary later this month. Flight Lt McNally was navigating the Hercules when it went down and the RAF are still conducting an inquiry into the incident which happened 10 miles north east of Blair Atholl. # Fellow officers bear the coffin into the Church past the many floral tributes for Flt Lt McNally Picture: JOHN DAVIDSON # Flt Lt McNally and his bride on their wedding day # Soldier' died for humanity' # A SINGLE shot from an unseen sniper killed a Royal Welch Fusilier serving in Bosnia with the UN peace-keeping force. The jury at an inquest in Wrexham yesterday into