People in Plymouth paused on Monday to remember hundreds of teenagers who lost their lives in conflict.
School pupils joined the service for sailors as young as 14 years old at Wantage Gardens memorial
Every Armistice Day for the last 20 years, local resident Robert Machin has been coming to the site alone to pay his respects.
Robert was joined on Monday by Royal Navy personnel, along with pupils from a nearby primary school.
Hundreds of thousands of Naval heroes in both the first and second world wars were the legal age of 18, a fact which still resonates down the generations.