Visitors to the Farnborough Air Show on Sunday were treated to the awesome Apache helicopter stunt team displaying some real-life combat simulations on the ground and in the air.
The attack helicopter performed a number of impressive manoeuvres, including battling its way through an offensive smoke attack on the ground.
The four-blade heavyweight aircraft was one of the main attractions on Sunday's second public day at the airshow.
Meanwhile on the ground, there were more than 40 different static displays during the famous public show.
The displays included an appearance from a Tornado GR-4, which had been specially painted to commemorate 25 years since the Royal Air Force helped liberate Kuwait from Saddam Hussein’s forces.
Astronaut Major Tim Peake captivated thousands of young children at Futures Day on Friday (July 15), where he opened up about his time on board the International Space Station.