The UK's F-35 Lightning stealth fighter jets are ready to be deployed on operations for the first time, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.
The first of the multimillion-pound aircraft touched down at RAF Marham in Norfolk in June 2018.
Watch the video of their arrival below.
Mr Williamson, speaking at the airbase on Thursday, said that nine F-35s were now ready to be deployed on operations, and that the RAF's Typhoon fleet has been upgraded with a new weapons system.
It comes as the last of the Tornados, in service since 1979, will be retired by the end of March.
Mr Williamson said:
The Defence Secretary made the announcement in front of four aircraft, including the Tempest concept fighter jet model.
The aim is for a next-generation capability to have initial operational capability by 2035. Around 150 UK personnel had been working with the F-35 jets in the US before the first batch of the supersonic aircraft came to the UK.
Watch Rob Setchell's report on the announcement below