Tornados and crews return to RAF Marham in Norfolk
Tornado jets and their crews have returned to Norfolk from Afghanistan.
Members of 31 Squadron left their base in Kandahar on Tuesday and began arriving at RAF Marham on Saturday.
Family members greeted the squadron, which was first deployed to Afghanistan in June 2009.
Harv Smyth, RAF Marham's station commander, said: "It's absolutely brilliant to see 31 Squadron home after a successful final deployment."
AVM Gary Waterfall said it had been "five long arduous years in Afghanistan".
The Tornado Force had "without doubt made a difference and saved lives in Afghanistan", he added.
Four-hundred-and-fifty-three British troops died in the conflict.