Military guard and RAF flypast at Captain Sir Tom Moore’s funeral

The C-47 Dakota, part of the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight, performs a flypast over Bedford Crematorium on the day of Captain Sir Tom Moore’s funeral.

A firing party of 14 soldiers then fired three rounds in unison, the highest salute possible to any member of the armed forces.

Six soldiers from the Yorkshire Regiment carried Captain Sir Tom’s coffin out of the hearse.

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