The Royal Air Force has marked Star Wars Day on social media.
RAF Cosford shared a video of an imperial scout trooper walking around a hangar, inspecting aircraft, before even getting in the pilot's seat and buckling up.
The base said: "Since entering the space domain some of our partners have become more...‘intergalactic’."
Monday, 4 May, is celebrated by fans of the sci-fi franchise worldwide.
The date was chosen as it sounds familiar to the famous Jedi catchphrase: "May the force be with you."
Fans on social media have been joining the RAF in the celebrations, tweeting "#MayThe4thBeWithYou".
Meanwhile, RAF Benson shared a video of one of its servicemen donning a storm trooper outfit.
They said Squadron Leader Jez Allinson would be running a marathon while wearing the armour.
Our @StormtrooperRun Squadron Leader Jez Allinson doesn’t let a deployment to Afghan stop him raising money for @MakeAWishUK and @spreadasmileuk. Today he’ll be attempting to run a marathon in full armour at an altitude of 6000 feet! #MayTheForthBeWithYou and him!#StarWarsDaypic.twitter.com/ZoqnQhyHgC— RAF Benson (@RAFBenson) May 4, 2020
Cover image: The imperial scout trooper takes a seat in an aircraft (Picture: RAF Cosford).