A parade and service has honoured the contribution made by those who lost their lives during the Falklands conflict 30 years ago.
The Royal British Legion hosted today's service at the Falklands Memorial in Portsmouth.
Wreaths were also laid in memory of those who lost their lives, followed by a march to the cathedral.
A special service was held for the crew of HMS Glamorgan. Fourteen people were killed when the navy destroyer that was hit by a missile on 12 June 1982.
Sion Donovan sent this report.