At least four soldiers have been left with "life-changing injuries" after a serious crash between three troop carriers on Salisbury Plain, police have said.
Up to 20 military personnel were injured in the incident at 6.30pm yesterday in a field near Westdown Camp.
Two people with life-threatening injuries were flown to Southampton General Hospital, and eight with serious injuries were taken to Salisbury.
Salisbury Plain is the biggest military training area in the UK.
A Wiltshire Police spokesman said last night: "First responders and three military ambulances were also at the location.
"We had reports of four to five people with life-changing injuries and approximately 16 other walking wounded.
"It happened on a by-way which cuts through The Plain, hence why we were called."