The British Armed Forces are "probably the best in the world", a veteran has claimed as remembrance events are held across the region.
Lyndon Purnell spoke proudly of his comrades, and said it was vital people paid their respects for the sacrifice made by soldiers in conflict.
Speaking after the service at St Peter's Church today, Mr Purnell - who is the chairman of the Royal British Legion's Wolverhampton branch - told ITV News Central what Remembrance Sunday means to him.
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