HMS Illustrious is heading back to the UK after helping in the aftermath of the Philippines disaster.
The ship and her 650 crew members delivered emergency aid supplies in response to the typhoon.
The 23,000-tonne ship was operating in the Gulf when it was diverted to the Philippines to relieve HMS Daring, which was one of the first ships on the scene.
Commanding Officer, Captain Mike Utley, said, "Our capabilities perfectly matched what was required in the Philippines.
"We were able to get to where we were needed quickly and our size and flexibility meant that we could store and distribute extremely large volumes of emergency aid supplies."
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