Three specially-painted RAF Tornado jets flew together for the first time in what is the aircraft’s retirement year.
The final Tornados will leave service before the end of March after almost 40 years with the RAF.
More than 100 plane enthusiasts gathered at the fence line of RAF Marham in Norfolk to see the three jets in flight on Wednesday.
One of the jets is painted in camouflage colours and the other two have artwork on the tail, one with the gold star of 31 Squadron, and the other with a bat with wings extended which is the badge of Nine Squadron.
31 Squadron operates the Tornado GR4 from RAF Marham and is known as the Goldstars, and Nine Squadron was the world’s first operational Tornado squadron.
The three aircraft flew in formation around the airbase, and enthusiasts also saw a pair of F-35 Lightning stealth fighter jets and two Typhoons take off from the runway.
The Tornado has been in service since 1979 and was first used in combat during the first Gulf War.
Its capabilities will be transferred to the Typhoon.
Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has paid tribute to the Tornado as an “amazing aircraft that has inspired so many”.