The crowds turned out on the Hoe in Plymouth over the weekend to support Armed Forces Day.
It's an annual event to commemorate the service of men and women in the British military. It looks at the many roles the services have played over the years and the work they still do.
The intention of the weekend was for the people of Plymouth to pay tribute to the Armed Services, their families and our veterans. The city's Lord Mayor said it was a job very well done:
This year the Devonport Field Gun Association staged it's first ever Junior Field Gun Tournament with nine local Primary Schools taking part.