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Given what had apparently taken place, the last page of W1027008 Brown's Army Service Book is remarkably understated.Her commanding officer's farewell comments read: 'During her period of Army Service, WRCT Brown has been trained in basic military skills and gained considerably in maturity and confidence. I feel confident that she will achieve success.' Private Brown's conduct during service was described as 'exemplary'. But Private Brown's Army Service Book is an utter travesty.Private James was the second of four young recruits at the Royal Logistics Corps' (RLC) Deepcut depot to be discovered with fatal gunshot wounds between June 1995 and March this year.Army officials led their families to believe that they had all committed suicide while on guard duty.But an inquiry by civilian police failed to investigate their deaths properly.As a result, many fundamental questions remain unanswered.Miss Brown's testimony provides a chilling insight into the life of young Army recruits.Speaking exclusively to the Mail, she said: 'If I had been given a loaded gun I think I could have killed myself.' As an alleged rape victim, this brave young woman has waived her right to anonymity, although she has asked that we don't use her first name since it is distinctive, and she works with several ex-servicemen who believe the Armed Forces to be 'beyond reproach'.
Her experience has led her to the conclusion that men and women should never be trained together.Miss Brown's parents both served in the Royal Navy and she says her father was particularly pleased when she announced that she wanted to join the forces after college in Scunthorpe.Enlisting into the RLC in January 1994, the vulnerable 20-year-old was sent to begin ten weeks of basic training at Pirbright, where she joined Raynor Troop of 97 Squadron, Army Training Regiment. Unisex training had only relatively recently begun and she says women were still treated as an 'unwanted novelty'.'The next thing I knew, someone was on top of me and had his hand over my mouth so I couldn't shout.
He was holding me so firmly it was hard to struggle.' The man, whom she recognised as Corporal A, committed an indecent assault lasting several minutes, then got up and left. 'Another girl woke up and asked me if I'd had a bad dream.
She said no male NCO had access to the block, so how could it have happened?