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The Red Arrows have wowed crowds as they took to the skies in a particular tribute to D-Day heroes.

Ahead of the eightieth anniversary of the Normandy landings on June 6, a ceremony was held in Portsmouth at present to rejoice and commemorate the sacrifices made by those that took half within the landings in 1944.

As a part of the celebrations, there have been speeches by senior members of the Royal Family together with King Charles and Prince William in addition to Prime Minister Rishi Sunak.

But the spotlight was a flypast by the RAF’s aerial show staff the notorious Red Arrows who flew overhead.

The pilots from the legendary squadron have been additionally resulting from fly over Bournemouth, the Isle of Wight and the New Forest on their tour. As they flew over the ceremony beneath the plane have been in a V formation billowing pink, white and blue vapour trails.

The Red Arrows have been resulting from be joined by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, however their involvement was cancelled following the demise of Squadron Leader Mark Long in a Spitfire in a crash close to RAF Coningsby final month.

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