Fusilier Lee Rigby has been honoured at a service remembering fallen servicemen.
Rigby was murdered by Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale near Woolwich Barracks last year.
The soldier is one of 17 servicemen to have their names added to the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire.
The annual event remembers fallen servicemen who have been killed on duty the previous year.
Family members will lay wreaths at the memorial after the service.
The trial of two men accused of killing soldier Lee Rigby will continue today.
Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale are charged with murdering the Fusilier as he walked back to Woolwich Barracks in May.
Two people have appeared in court on terror charges over video clips about the murder of soldier Lee Rigby.
Royal Barnes, 22, and Rebekah Dawson, 21, both of Hackney, attended a preliminary hearing at the Old Bailey.
Barnes is accused of inciting terrorism, dissemination of terrorist publications relating to seven videos and encouragement of terrorism relating to two videos, the court was told.A plea and case management hearing was set for November 22.
A woman has appeared in court charged with terror offences, after making video clips following the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich.
Rebekah Dawson, who's 21 and from Hackney appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court.
She's accused of making video recordings on the 22nd of May, the day of Lee Rigby's murder, one showing a man laughing at the memorial to the soldier, and saving it as "Muslim laughs at British Soldier Killing"
She and her co-accused Royal Barnes, who's also from Hackney, are due to appear at the Old Bailey on Friday.
Peter McParlin, chairman of the Prison Officers Association has said that the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) should not have allowed their response to an alleged violent jail incident involving Woolwich murder suspect Michael Adebolajo to "run on for two days".