An RAF transport aircraft has flown Canadian Military Assistance supplies to Europe to help the people of Ukraine.
The Royal Air Force C-17 Globemaster delivered the aid on behalf of the Canadian Government.
The airplane, from 99 Squadron based at RAF Brize Norton picked up the supplies from the Royal Canadian Air Force's 8 Wing based at the Trenton Canadian Forces base on the shores of Lake Ontario, the RAF said.
The transport was conducted as part of the ATARES programme – which gives support to partner nations through an exchange of air transport services.
It is made up of 28 European and Nato nations, including the UK and Canada.
The aircraft of the RAF's Air Mobility Force have so far moved thousands of tonnes of military assistance for Ukraine.
The Royal Air Force said the UK is committed to provide capabilities Ukraine needs, including £artillery, air defence and armoured vehicles, and to drive further international donations and secure lasting peace".
Air Commodore AJ 'Noz' Lyle, Commander of the RAF's Air Mobility Force, said: "This is just one example of the speed and reach of the RAF Air Mobility Force, working closely with our allies and partners to rapidly deliver critical logistical support."