Sappers Cengiz 'Patrick' Azimka, 21, from Wood Green, London and Mark Quinsey, 23, from Birmingham and were killed at Massereene Army base in Antrim.
The two soldiers were killed and four other people injured when gunmen struck at Massereene army base in County Antrim.
A vigil was held close to where two soldiers were killed and four other people injured when gunmen struck at Massereene army base in County Antrim on Saturday night.
Police forensic officers examine the sealed-off scene around the army barracks west of Belfast, home to 38 Engineer Regiment.
Security guards patrol the entrance to the army base where the soldiers were murdered - the first in Northern Ireland since Lance Bombardier Stephen Restorick was killed by an IRA sniper in 1997.
Northern Ireland Secretary Shaun Woodward (right) condemned the shootings as "an act of criminal barbarism". He is pictured with Northern Ireland Security Minister Paul Goggins outside the base.
Northern Ireland's First Minister Peter Robinson said the attack was a "terrible reminder of the events of the past".
Members of the public lay flowers by a wall at the scene of the shooting.
Soldiers at the base had ordered pizza from a shop in nearby Antrim. This car was used by a pizza delivery driver who was injured in the attack.
Detective Superintendent Derek Williamson briefs the media. Police are examining a car in Randalstown, five miles from the army base, which they think may have been used by the gunmen.