RAF Odiham have expressed their sympathies to the friends and family of David Traill, the ex-RAF serviceman who died in the Glasgow helicopter crash on Friday.
The base also wishes to pass on condolences to the families of everybody else killed in the disaster. Mr Traill, 51, was the pilot of the helicopter which crashed into the Clutha pub in the Scottish city on Friday evening.
He served at the Hook base as a Flight Lieutenant before leaving the RAF in 2008.
He served in Afghanistan, both Gulf Wars, Northern Ireland, Bosnia and the Falkland Islands.
He was also part of the Chinook display team in 2007.
Station Commander RAF Odiham, Group Captain Richard Maddison said: “Although David Traill left the RAF in 2008, many of us served alongside him, both at Odiham and overseas.
“The station is deeply saddened by this loss, and our thoughts go out to the family and friends of all of those that have been affected by this tragic accident.”