The mayor of Lisburn has spoken of his pride after more than 15,000 people attended a regional Armed Forces Day event on Saturday.
Alan Givan said he was "honoured to take the salute from the parade" as serving personnel, cadets and veterans made their way through the city centre to Wallace Park.
The drumhead service in the park marked the end of the parade after entertainment from the Military Wives Choir, Peter Corry and The Red Hot Chilli Pipers.
Praising those who took part, Mr Givan described it as a "fitting day to show the council's support for our troops".
He added: "Lisburn has a long military history and it was fantastic to host a parade of armed forces regiments with their bands, cadets and veterans in our garrison city."