It was a day of commemoration and celebration for Sheffield today, as the city hosted a special fly-past in memory of 10 men killed in a plane crash in the city during World War Two.
The event was to honour the US airmen who were killed when their plane crashed at Endcliffe Park in 1944.
Thousands of people turned up to show their support.
A campaign for a fly-past started after a chance meeting between BBC Breakfast presenter Dan Walker and Tony Foulds.
Mr Foulds, 82, witnessed the crash and has cared for a memorial in the park to the dead airmen.
Many former servicemen and women from across the UK took part in today's event at Endcliffe Park.
Dave Patterson, a former Marine who travelled from Essex to Sheffield for today's fly-past, said: "It's extremely important to remember those who died and important to remember the work of Tony Foulds, too."