It’s understood the incident, first reported by the Solar newspaper, occurred on the Castlemartin Coaching Space in Pembrokeshire.
An Military spokesperson mentioned: “It’s with nice unhappiness we are able to affirm the demise of a soldier on March 4.
“Our ideas are along with his household and buddies at this tragic time.
“The circumstances surrounding this demise are being investigated and it could be inappropriate to remark any additional.”
In response to the Solar, the soldier’s subsequent of kin have been knowledgeable.
The newspaper mentioned the sergeant had served in Iraq and Afghanistan and was coaching forward of a deliberate deployment to Iraq in the summertime.
It reported that the soldier had been awarded a Lengthy Service and Good Conduct medal by the Prince of Wales Colonel of the Welsh Guards, in 2019.
In response to the Ministry of Defence web site, the Welsh Guards have a “twin function” as a “mild function infantry” in addition to “world class ceremonial troopers, guarding the Royal Household and Royal palaces akin to Buckingham Palace and the Tower of London and conducting State Ceremonial duties”.
Earlier incidents on the Castlemartin ranges have claimed the lives of troopers.
In 2017, Corporals Matthew Hatfield and Darren Neilson of the Royal Tank Regiment died from accidents they suffered after their tank exploded throughout a coaching train on a firing vary.
A 21-year-old soldier, Michael “Mike” Maguire, died at Castlemartin in 2012 after being shot within the head whereas stress-free at a protected location simply exterior the coaching vary.
A 2013 inquest into his demise heard he was hit within the temple by a single machine gun bullet fired by a fellow soldier throughout a coaching train.
The inquest jury dominated Ranger Maguire, who was a member of the first Battalion, The Royal Irish Regiment, had been unlawfully killed.