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CLEETHORPES, ENGLAND - JUNE 25: Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, Prime Minister David Cameron and General Sir Chris Deverell look up at a fast jet fly past during the main military parade during the Armed Forces Day National Event on June 25, 2016 in Cleethorpes, England. The visit by the Prime Minister came the day after the country voted to leave the European Union. Armed Forces Day is an annual event that gives an opportunity for the country to show its support for the men and women in the British Armed Forces. (Photo by Ian Forsyth/Getty Images)

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Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, Prime Minister David Cameron and General Sir Chris Deverell look up at a fast jet fly past during the main military parade during the Armed Forces Day National Event in Cleethorpes, England 

A man carries an injured child found in the rubble after an Iraqi Sukhoi jet accidentally dropped a bomb in Ni'iriya district in Baghdad July 6, 2015. The Iraqi plane accidentally dropped the bomb on an eastern Baghdad neighbourhood on Monday, police and residents said, killing at least five people and destroying several houses. The Sukhoi jet had been taking part in an air strike against Islamic State militants, Iraqi television said. One of its bombs failed to detach from the plane during the mission then fell as the plane was returning to base

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A man carries an injured child found in the rubble after an Iraqi Sukhoi jet accidentally dropped a bomb in Ni’iriya district in Baghdad on Monday

A member of the Patrouille Suisse flight team of the Swiss Air Force performs in his Northrop F-5 ll Tiger fighting jet during a media day of the Swiss Air Force at the airbase in the central Swiss town of Emmen April 17, 2015.

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A member of the Patrouille Suisse flight team of the Swiss Air Force performs in his Northrop F-5 ll Tiger fighting jet during a media day of the Swiss Air Force at the airbase in the central Swiss town of Emmen on Friday

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.