A RAF flypast has taken place in Derbyshire today to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dambusters operation in Germany.
A Lancaster bomber was flown over the Derwent reservoir, where the 617 Squadron tested the "bouncing bomb" used in their mission.
It was accompanied by two Tornado GR4s used by the current squadron.
Hundreds have gathered to watch a flypast by a Lancaster bomber to mark the 70th anniversary of the wartime Dambuster raids.
It is the 70th anniversary of one of the most famous air operations of World War II, the Dambusters raid.