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HMS Illustrious Company members prepare to lower the ships White Ensign for the last time during her decommissioning ceremony on August 28, 2014 in Portsmouth, England. The HMS Illustrious was the last of the Royal Navy's Invincible class aircraft carriers, and is to be replaced by HMS Ocean after serving for 32 years. The ship is to be sold with the condition that the buyer must keep HMS Illustrious in the UK.

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HMS Illustrious Company members prepare to lower the ships White Ensign for the last time during her decommissioning ceremony on Thursday in Portsmouth, England. The HMS Illustrious was the last of the Royal Navy’s Invincible class aircraft carriers, and is to be replaced by HMS Ocean after serving for 32 years

 A view of the USS George Washington aircraft carrier (CVN-73) in Busan, South Korea, 11 July 2014. USS George Washington arrived in South Korea on 11 July as part of a planned visit.

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A view of the USS George Washington aircraft carrier in Busan, South Korea. It arrived there on Friday as part of a planned visit.

 A boat crew carries their boat down to river from the boat tent at the Henley Royal Regatta on July 2, 2014 in Henley-on-Thames, England. Opening today and celebrating its 175th year, the Henley Royal Regatta is regarded as part of the English social season and is held annually over five days on the River Thames. Thousands of rowing fans are expected to come to watch races which are head-to-head knock out competitions, raced over a course of 1 mile, 550 yards (2,112 m) which regularly attracts international crews to race.

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A boat crew carries their boat down to the river for the 175th anniversary of the Henley Royal Regatta in Henley-on-Thames, England. The event opened on Wednesday and will be held over five days on the River Thames

British Airways crew member Gustavo Saporiti, poses on artwork made up of thousands of individual items that are found on a jumbo jet to show the scale of its operation, in an aircraft hangar at London's Heathrow Airport. From toilet rolls to teaspoons, British Airways loads 27,260 individual items on to each jumbo jet before it takes to the skies. With a combined weight of 6,120kg, the items have to be unloaded and re-loaded before every take-off.

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British Airways crew member Gustavo Saporiti poses on artwork made up of thousands of items to be found on a jumbo jet, in an aircraft hangar at London’s Heathrow Airport. BA loads 27,260 individual items on to each aircraft before it takes off, from toilet rolls to teaspoons. With a combined weight of 6,120kg, the items have to be unloaded and re-loaded before every flight.