There's target detection and identification - often the hardest rifleman
task - if you don't detect a target, and identify it as a legitimate target (a deer, and not a hunter
Joseph Murphy, 18; Rifleman
James Backhouse, 18; Rifleman
William Aldridge, 18; Cpl Jonathan Horne, 28; Rifleman
Aminiasi Toge, 26; Cpl Joseph Etchells, 22; Capt Daniel Shepherd, 28; Guardsman Christopher King, 20; Bombardier Craig Hopson, 24, WO2 Sean Upton, 35; Trooper Phillip Lawrence, 22; Craftsman Anthony Lombardi, 21; Cpl Kevin Mulligan, 26; L Cpl Dale Thomas Hopkins, 23; Pte Kyle Adams, 21; Pte Jason George Williams, 23; L Bombardier Matthew Hatton, 23; Rifleman
Daniel Wild, 19; Capt Mark Hale, 42; Pte Richard Hunt, 21; Sgt Simon Valentine, 29; L Cpl James Fullarton, 25; Fusilier Simon Annis, 22; Fusilier Louis Carter, 18; Pte Jonathan Young, 18; Sjt Paul McAleese, 29; Fusilier Shaun Bush, 24; Sgt Lee Andrew Houltram, 33; Sgt Stuart Millar, 40; Pte Kevin Elliott, 24.
He is riding a tandem with his brother and fellow wounded soldier Rifleman
Michael Swain, 21, of Luton, who lost both his legs in an improvised explosive device (IED) blast, who will complete the trip on a hand-powered bike.