A national two-minute silence, led by Her Majesty The Queen, has taken place across the UK today commemorating the servicemen and women killed in all conflicts since the First World War.
Around 150 personnel from the Royal Navy, British Army, Royal Air Force were present at the Cenotaph on Whitehall, London, as members of the Royal Family and senior politicians laid wreaths after the two minute silence at 11am.
Other Remembrance Sunday ceremonies are taking place across the country and around the world, including in countries where the armed forces are currently deployed, such as Afghanistan, Cyprus and Somalia. Over the past year UK troops have been deployed on 35 operations in 30 countries around the world.
Chief of the Defence Staff Sir Nick Carter, was in attendance at the Cenotaph and laid a wreath alongside Chiefs of the Royal Navy, Army and Royal Air Force.
Amongst those remembered is LCpl Brodie Gillon who was killed in action following an incident at Camp Taji on 11 March 2020.
Photo credits and caption writer: Cpl Sally Raimondo, MOD