Corporal Fintan Heneghan and Private Mannix Armstrong were killed by a landmine in Lebanon 22 years ago.
The pair along with Private Thomas Walsh were killed when their lorry struck the device in March 1989 while they were travelling on a road in south Lebanon.
The families of the dead men expressed their concern after it was later revealed that the road had not been swept for mines
In 2003 the families called for an independent inquiry into the deaths to determine what procedures were followed.
However an internal army inquiry found no negligence in the case.
Now new information has emerged which has sparked another independent review into the tragedy all these years later.
The inquiry will see Minister for Defence Alan Shatter appoint a person to examine the circumstances of the deaths and to produce a report on their findings.
Fintan Heneghan’s brother Enda says hopefully his family and the other families can get some closure after the review
“We are happy that it is now in the hands of the Minister because we were not very happy with the army inquiry into the matter.
“We have been assured that it will be completed in three to four months and probably the same again when it then goes to the Minister.
“We have some idea what the new information is but we aren’t in a position to say at this stage,” he said.