His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, has died at the age of 99.
His Royal Highness, an officer in the Royal Navy who served in World War Two, had a long and deep attachment to the Armed Forces and held many honorary commands.
Alongside his formal associations with the Armed Forces, Prince Philip was a Second World War veteran. He was awarded a Mention in Dispatches for his service during the Battle of Cape Matapan, in which he controlled his battleship's searchlights.
Buckingham Palace announced his death at noon yesterday.
As tributes are made, our special Memory Wall below will be updated throughout the day.
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What are your memories of Prince Philip?
Perhaps you met him? Maybe you were on duty as he visited your regiment or you have been assigned royal duties in the past?
What did the royal, a key figurehead of Armed Forces life, mean to you personally?
Wherever you are in the world, we would like you to share your thoughts, memories, stories, respects and tributes to the Duke Of Edinburgh with us here, so that we may share them on our Memory Wall below.
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