As the Lynx helicopter prepares to bow out of service, a #LynxFarewell flypast took to the skies over southern England. Forces Radio BFBS have been at different locations on the route for some spectacular Facebook Lives.
The #LynxFarewell flypast soars over Sandbanks in Poole
The Lynx helicopters land to refuel at RAF Odiham in Hampshire
RAF Odiham waves farewell to the Lynx
Farewell to the Lynx helicopter from Tower Bridge
Saying goodbye to the Royal Navy Lynx helicopters from Stonehenge
There's only a matter of days to go until the final Royal Navy Lynx helicopter leaves service.
The Lynx has been seen all over the world as the aircraft based aboard the Royal Navy's Frigates and Destroyers.
The last deployed Royal Navy Lynx helicopter flew home for the final time at the end of last week.Flight 208 took its place in the history books when it returned to Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton in Somerset following a nine-month operational deployment on the frigate HMS Portland.
The Lynx helicopters took off from RNAS Yeovilton.
Today the Lynx helicopters take to the skies once again for a final farewell flypast.
Decommissioned helicopters from 815 Naval Air Squadron will fly across southern England, above military sites associated with the Lynx.
The journey began this morning at their home base at RNAS Yeovilton.