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ITV Tyne Tees viewers told us on Facebook how they marked Armed Forces Day.
Sharon McKenna said: "Lovely flypast in Redcar. Young and old have done a brilliant job."
Emma Neale recommended the celebrations at Seaburn old rec, which continue tomorrow.
And South Shields marked the day a week early.
Laura Barrie sent us this picture of the celebrations last weekend and said: "My daughter marched with her detachment in Bents Park. The mayor stopped and congratulated her on her involvement in the Army Cadets. Could not be prouder."
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Events have taken place across the North East to mark Armed Forces Day.
In Newcastle, veterans, serving personnel and cadets gathered in Old Eldon Square to celebrate their work and to meet members of the public.
We were there to capture the sights and sounds. Watch Helen Ford's report here:
A Hurricane aircraft was airlifted onto the roof of York Theatre Royal today - and the director of the city's Air Museum hopes it will get people talking about the local history of the air force.
The lift not only marks Armed Forces Day, but also the 70th anniversary of the French Air Force arriving in York.
In June 1944 two French bomber squadrons became operational at RAF Elvington (now the Air Museum). They were unique in Bomber Command, with Elvington being the only base to be operated wholly by another nationality. Some 2300 French personnel were stationed at the base.
North Yorkshire Police officers are on duty at Armed Forces Day celebrations in Scarborough. Here's what they have 'captured' of the event.
Hundreds of people are marking Armed Forces Day. Events are being held across the region, including in York, Hartlepool and Redcar.
In Newcastle, veterans, serving personnel and cadets are spending the day in Old Eldon Square.
The day began with a service of remembrance, but this is also an important opportunity for personnel to meet the public and thank them for their support.
The Hurricane aircraft is now safely on York Theatre Royal's roof - but it took two hours and a lot of effort.
It's there to mark Armed Forces Day, the 70th anniversary of the French Air Force's arrival in the city, and York's part in the Tour de France.
Today marks the sixth annual Armed Forces Day.
And in the same year we mark the centenary of World War I, there are plenty of events going on across the region to show support for the forces.
In York, early this morning the Hawker Hurricane aircraft, normally housed at the Yorkshire Air Museum, was lifted onto the roof of the café of the Theatre Royal. This month is also the 70th Anniversary of the French Air Force arriving in York.
On top of all this, York will host Stage 2 of the Tour de France Grand Depart, making this memorial especially significant.
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Parades and services are held across the North East of England, including Newcastle, Sunderland and Middlesbrough, to mark Armed Forces Day.