The provision of military music for the British Army played in the lead up to a two minute silence for Remembrance Sunday, marking the British military servicemen and women who have been killed in action.
Members of the cabinet, shadow cabinet and former ministers attended the Remembrance Day commemoration ceremony in London today to pay tribute to British military and civil servicemen and women who have died in conflict.
Among those who marked the event, the Prime Minister, the Deputy Prime Minister, shadow leader Ed Miliband, and former Prime Minister Tony Blair attended the ceremony.
British soldiers in the Helmand province of Afghanistan have paid tribute to military and civilian servicemen and women killed in conflict, to mark Remembrance Sunday.
The Queen will lead the commemorations at the Cenotaph in the capital today, to mark Remembrance Sunday and Armistice Day. Prince William is due to lay a wreath alongside the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh.
Prince Harry is currently on active duty in Afghanistan and will not be present at the ceremony.
The Royal Navy have posted a series of videos of "what Remembrance means" to the marines to mark Remembrance Day today.
Marine Pitts- Caton from the Alpha Company said: "These sacrifices have allowed people like myself, my family and people in the UK to have a safe and brighter future".
Regions across the country today, a two minute silence will be marked at 11am at towns and cities in tribute to the men and women who have fought and died in conflicts.