The Royal Navy's HMS Lancaster has paid its respect to the fallen by wearing a poppy ahead of Remembrance Day.
Thousands of miles away from the UK, the ship's staff gathered on the flight deck and created a bright red poppy before holding a moment of silence.
The ship is carrying out patrols in the Caribbean but remembered those who gave their lives, or have been injured, in duty.
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