Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Inside Afghanistan: Lance Corporal Ashton Mulligan on going home

In the third of an intimate set of portraits, Lance Corporal Ashton Mulligan describes how she has mixed feelings about going home while she works in one of the world’s most dangerous environments, the Helmand Province.

To visit the Telegraph TV Website direct and watch the video click HERE

On Monday The Telegraph joined Captain Abi Bradley on patrol with the men of the Gurkha Rifles and yesterday talked to Sergeant Carly Lambert about how she copes being away from her daughter in the UK.

Lance Corporal Laura Roberts describes what life is like for a single girl surrounded by hundreds of young men while Lance Corporal Sophie Wright recounts how she recreates her home comforts.
And Lance Corporal Ashton Mulligan, who joined up at 16, explains why she now has ambivalent feelings towards ‘home’.

Each one of these remarkable women casts a different perspective on a long Afghan war.

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