Daniel Twiddy<br/>Served as: Lance-corporal<br/>Age: 27 years<br/>Time in Iraq: February 2003 - March 2003<br/><br/>Daniel Twiddy was involved in the same friendly-fire incident as Andy Julien. He spent a month in hospital in the UK recovering from 80 per cent burns and severe shrapnel wounds to his face. "My mum says she could look straight through my nose into my mouth at first," he says. He lost all hearing in one ear and is partially deaf in the other.Twiddy has made a good recovery – although he is still undergoing treatment for his injuries – and is working again in his own business as a plasterer."I'm a determined person so I've just got on with it really. The Army has been good to me – my old regiment and the British Legion have helped a lot – but the MoD don't give a shit. All I am to them is a number that they need to replace. I asked for £60 a week for a private physiotherapist and they refused. They say they've done their best by me, but it's not true."Twiddy has no regrets about his decision to go to Iraq. "I'd be out there now with my mates if I could." '