The security operation surrounding this week's NATO Summit has been described today as a 'feather in the cap' for Gwent Police.
As nearly ten thousand officers were drafted in from across the UK make their way home, and the vast ring of steel continues to be dismantled, senior staff have hailed it a big success, as Tom Sheldrick reports.
Top policeman at Nato Summit says stun grenades were destroyed an hour before they were set to explode in path of world leaders.
'Meet the Forces' day was a crowd puller on Sunday as warships open up their decks in Cardiff Bay following Nato summit.
The day began with a spectacular fly-past over Cardiff and Newport by Nato aircraft.