A member of the Royal Air Force's Red Arrows has been sent home from a training camp in Greece for "personal reasons".
An RAF spokesperson said the team member had been "temporarily withdrawn", but refused to "offer further comment at this stage".
"The Red Arrows continue with their pre-season display training and preparations for events including the Platinum Jubilee programme," the statement said.
Watch: Red Arrows in Greece pre-season training.
It comes after the RAF announced the Red Arrows will display with a seven-aircraft formation this year as opposed to nine, as two pilots have moved to different roles.
Performing with seven aircraft is something the Red Arrows do prepare for, according to the RAF.
For national flypast events, the RAF are intending to use a nine-aircraft formation.