The RAF engineer killed when a Red Arrows jet crashed at the air force's training ground has been named as Corporal Jonathan Bayliss.
The Hawk T1 crashed at RAF Valley in Anglesey, North Wales, on Tuesday at around 1.30pm.
The pilot travelling in the aircraft, Flight Lieutenant David Stark, is receiving medical care after sustaining non-life threatening injuries.
Witnesses reported seeing someone eject from the aircraft with a parachute before it smashed into the ground then "burned bright orange".
Colleagues paid tribute to Cpl Bayliss, 41, describing him as motivating and inspirational.
He was part of the Red Arrows' group of travelling support engineers, known as the "Circus".
The Ministry of Defence has confirmed a full police and service investigation has been launched.