David Driver lost his twin brother Captain Martin Driver from 1st Battalion The Royal Anglican Regiment. Martin died in Selly Oak Hospital on Monday 15 March 2010 from wounds sustained from and IED blast in Afghanistan 21 February 2010. Since the time when Martin was flown back to the UK, David has supported his whole family. David is the central force holding his family together and has been very involved in his brother's inquest whilst supporting his parents through this traumatic time. David's mother Is disabled and David moved back home to support them as well as his deceased brother's fiancée. He is a key member of the SSAFA Forces Help Bereaved Sibling Support Group and makes newer and younger members feel welcome whenever he is at a meeting. David is a qualified doctor and enjoys working in an A&E department where he feels that his skills and training are best used to help others at their time of greatest need. Despite working long and tiring shifts, David still finds the time to train to run marathon's in honour of his brother, climb mountains as well as to support other siblings and children who have lost brothers and sisters while serving. David is a selfless person, who has achieved so much both personally but also for the people around him and I feel that he deserves some recognition for this.