he family of a soldier who died at a military base in Salisbury Plain have paid tribute to her.
An investigation was launched after Gunner Jaysley-Louise Beck and Lance Corporal Michael Joseph Miah died within hours of each other.
Their bodies were found on two separate Wiltshire bases on December 15.
Wiltshire Police said there were not believed to be any suspicious circumstances in either case.
Ms Beck, 19, from 14 Regiment Recruitment Team, was found by her colleagues in her room at Larkhill.
In a heartfelt tribute, her family said she could “light up a room putting a smile on anybody’s face.”
They added: “Jaysley is a loving and caring person who would go above and beyond to help anyone in a less fortunate position than herself.
“If there is ever a person who needs help, you could always count on Jaze to be there.
“Her compassion for others and her ability to light up the room putting a smile on anybody’s face is immeasurable.”
Her friend Brandon Riley added: “Still can’t come to terms with this, and it still hasn’t kicked in, but today is one of my very good friends funeral.
“You was so beautiful in and out,and I’ll never forget your beautiful smile.I can’t wait to see you on the other side and have a drink with you.
“It would be very appreciated if everyone could light a candle today for this amazing girl, I miss you so much. I will never ever ever ever forget you, forever in my heart.”
Mr Miah, 28, from the Household Cavalry, was found dead on the same day.
The Army confirmed an investigation is ongoing.
A spokesperson said: “It was with sadness that we confirmed the death of Gunner Jaysley-Louise Beck at Larkhill in December 2021.
“As there are ongoing investigations, it would be inappropriate to comment further, but any death is a tragedy and our sympathies remain with the families and friends of those affected.”
No further information has been given on Ms Beck’s death with an inquest due to take place at a later date.
The Ministry of Defence has been contacted for comment.