Tornado jets from RAF Marham have foiled an attempted to bomb a security convoy in Afghanistan.
A Norfolk soldier who lost both his legs in an Afghanistan bomb blast is hoping to become the first double amputee to walk to the South Pole
Two soldiers from the Anglia region are among more than a hundred who were honoured at a military ceremony in London.
Video has been released showing Tornado jets from RAF Marham in Norfolk foiling an attempt to bomb a security convoy in Afghanistan.
Pilots spotted insurgents attempting to plant a roadside bomb and flew low to scare them off.
You can watch the full operation, which lasted just over a minute, by clicking below
Members of an army unit from Rock Barracks near Woodbridge in Suffolk are to be presented with Afghan campaign medals.
After the ceremony 12 (Nova Scotia) Headquarters and Support (Air Assault) Squadron will be mothballed.
The squadron is part of 23 Engineer Regiment.
It's an environment that recently defeated even veteran explorer Sir Ranulph Fiennes.
But that won't deter a soldier from Norfolk who lost both his legs in a bomb blast in Afghanistan. He's hoping to become the first double amputee to walk to the South Pole.
Duncan Slater will take part in a race in Antarctica later this year in aid of Prince Harry's charity, Walking With The Wounded.
Prince Harry has arrived back in the UK after his tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The 28-year-old Apache co-pilot gunner left the war-torn country on Monday evening and has been on post-deployment "decompression" at a British military base, thought to be in Cyprus.
He landed at RAF Brize Norton in Oxfordshire and will now travel with his unit, 662 Squadron, 3 Regiment Army Air Corps, to their Suffolk headquarters.
Families flocked to RAF Marham in Norfolk this afternoon for an emotional reunion with their loved ones as the heroes of II Squadron arrived home from a four month tour of Afghanistan.
Among them one little boy who's birthday wish was to have his daddy back.
Natalie Gray was there too :
Soldiers from the 1st Batallion, the Royal Anglians received their medals today after a gruelling six month tour of Afghanistan. The Vikings are based in Bury St Edmunds but recruit from across our region. Today was a reminder of their heroics in a war that's lasted more than 11 years