The Red Arrows were the stars of the Royal International Air Tattoo on Sunday, painting the sky a patriotic red, white and blue.
The dazzling display saw the planes give some much-needed colour to the dreary skies over RAF Fairford in Gloucestershire.
And it wan’t just the Red Arrows that wowed the crowds – a B-2 stealth bomber was accompanied by two F-15 Eagle fighter jets as it cruised past the RAF base.
The bomber, which is capable of carrying nukes, flew some 4,200 miles from Missouri for its unscheduled appearance.
An Apache helicopter flew through a wall of fire in scenes reminiscent of a war movie.
The Air Tattoo is the world’s largest air fare, and is staged to raise money for the Royal Air Force Charitable Trust.