The Article 2 guarantee1 is not violated simply by deploying service personnel on active service overseas as part of an organised military force, even though there is an inherent risk of their being killed2. There was an arguable breach of the right to life under Article 2 in the case of the possibility of systemic failure by the military authorities to protect soldiers from the risk posed by the extreme temperatures in which they had to serve
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