Personnel from RNAS Culdrose have braved the bracing weather to pay their respect to the fallen.
The Merlin detachment from 824 Naval Air Squadron’s Sea Flight was participating in the first of two Joint Warrior exercises in the Hebrides when they made time to visit the Isle of Lewis War Memorial.
Flight Commander Lieutenant Commander Jack Ryan laid a wreath at the Island’s War Memorial at Stornaway.
The Isle of Lewis made a fairly large sacrifice during the two World Wars.
Their losses suffered in the Great War alone stand at around 1,300; which accounts for about 8 per cent of the total population, incredibly one man out of every six.
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Devon and Cornwall Police have reported that the roads around Helston and West Cornwall are particularly busy today due to Culdrose Air Day.
They are urging drivers to be patient when travelling in the area.
Thousands of people are expected at RNAS Culdrose in Helston today for the annual air day.
The Royal Navy base is home to a variety of military aircraft, including Merlin and Sea King helicopters.
There will also be displays from wing-walkers and Italy's version of the Red Arrows.
Gates open at 9am to the public.
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The SAR navy squadron in Cornwall are preparing for a formation flypast around west Cornwall to mark their 76th birthday.
The flypast will include many of the distinctive Red and Grey Sea King helicopters and is likely to be the last time they are seen together before the handover to Search and Rescue. RNAS Culdrose say the flypast is a thank you to the local people for their support.
A naval officer from RNAS Culdrose in Cornwall has sealed an impromptu marriage proposal with the help of Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Dean Goulding was attending an event in Leeds, where the movie star was performing, when he jumped on stage and popped the question to girlfriend Jessica Edding.
Dean says: "We only had three nights left, as I'm in the military and going away for six months, so I was really worried. I thought if it doesn't happen tonight when will it? I wanted it to be special and it was more special than ever. It was amazing."
Fiancee Jessica told ITV News: "It's incredible, we'll never ever forget that."
A veteran aircraft, which had to make an emergency landing at the Culdrose Air Day, is being moved today.
The 60-year-old Sea Fury has been looked after at the Royal Naval Air Station base since its engine failed at the show in July.
Engineers say it's not badly damaged. It's being taken to North Weald Airfield in Essex where it will be assessed for repair.
A man has died after falling from cliffs while climbing at Bude. The 52-year-old fell from the Compass Point cliffs close to the beach yesterday afternoon (Thursday 4 September).
The rescue helicopter from RNAS Culdrose and paramedics arrived at the scene but the climber was pronounced dead.
The man's next of kin have been informed.