Commemorations were held in the Falklands to mark Liberation Day.
It is 37 years since the war in the Falkland Islands came to an end.
Held every year on 14 June, Liberation Day commemorates the end of the occupation of the islands by Argentina in 1982.
A public holiday in the south Atlantic islands, thanksgiving and wreath-laying ceremonies are held.
The UK continues to have a military presence in the Falklands, centred at RAF Mount Pleasant, while also working with non-NATO ally Argentina on alliance missions.
The military community has been paying its respects on social media.
37 years ago tonight, soldiers of @WelshGuards@TheParachuteReg and @ArtilleryRoyal supporting @RoyalMarines took part in the capture of Mount Harriet and Two Sisters. 48 years later, Port Stanley would be liberated and the Falkland Islands returned to Britain. #Remembrancepic.twitter.com/gEAzSjx68o— British Army (@BritishArmy) June 11, 2019
Key facts:— Royal Navy (@RoyalNavy) June 14, 2019
•Las Islas Malvinas became the Falkland Islands once more
•@RoyalMarines (8901) raised the Falklands flag outside Government House
•Falklands cost Britain the lives of 252 men
•Nearly 13,000 Argentinians fell into British hands pic.twitter.com/JBOhA91TWs
#OTD 1982 #FalklandsWar comes to an end as Britain accepts Argentine surrender.— Royal Marines Museum (@RoyalMarinesMus) June 14, 2019
?: @I_W_M showing men of Juliet Company, 42 Commando @RoyalMarines with the flag of the Governor of the Falkland Islands which had been brought back to Britain after the capture of the Islands. pic.twitter.com/0jakG2Gw6n
At dawn on 12th June we remember those who fought overnight, 37 years ago,in the battles of #MountLongdon#3Para#2Para#RAMC and #MountHarriet@RoyalMarines#42Commando#NP8901@3Cdo_Bde#FalklandIslands#Falklands@TheParachuteReg#RoyalArtillery@SAMA82office@PoppyLegionpic.twitter.com/3aBOsCnOgM— FalklandsinUK (@FalklandsinUK) June 12, 2019