An army recruit was today found hanging at an army camp just a mile away from Deepcut Barracks, police said.
The 29-year-old man, who has not been named, died despite attempts by paramedics to resuscitate him just before 8am.
He was found at Alexander Barracks at the Pirbright army camp in Surrey, close to Deepcut where four young recruits died as a result of bullet wounds in separate incidents between 1995 and 2002.
A spokeswoman for Surrey Police said: 'The Ministry of Defence is fully co-operating with the inquiries being made by police.'
Recruits Sean Benton, 20, of Hastings, East Sussex; James Collinson, 17, of Perth; Geoff Gray, 17, of Seaham, Co Durham, and Cheryl James, 18, of Llangollen, Denbighshire, all died at the Deepcut training camp.
An investigation into their deaths by Nicolas Blake QC found no evidence for families' claims that they had been 'bullied to death'.
Alexander Barracks at Pirbright opened earlier this year and was designed to offer modern, comfortable accommodation for new recruits.
As part of the army's efforts to improve conditions for new recruits the 12 man dormitory-style rooms are partitioned into four areas to provide a degree of privacy.
A 'duty of care' office and a member of training staff is located on each floor Specific policies to identify and prevent bullying and improve the mental health of the recruits have been in place for some time at the barracks. [Seems to be working!!! (obviously it was never intended to work or help the recruits, that's not what the army is about at all)]