An airman who died inside the Anzac Day helicopter crash has been remembered at his former university being a quietly established and loyal pal.
Corporal Benjamin Carson was a pupil of St Andrew's College seven many years ago along with the school right now provided the services of its chapel to family and pals of Carson.
University Chaplain Hamish Galloway says he remembers Carson's qualities properly.
"It was his respectful, sincere, loyal and established demeanour that I don't forget so nicely."
Squadron Sergeant Luke Miller also shared memories of his good friend currently.
"He'd really turn as much as class just that small bit earlier than me everyday and just flick open his book and pretend that he was studying within the morning just to obtain one up on me," says Miller.
The 25-year-old was one of three guys who died on Anzac Day when their Iroquois helicopter crashed around Wellington.
The investigation into that crash is expected to take an additional six months.