Hundreds turned out to see the mosaic uncovered at the service of dedication at Redcar Cemetery.
It was commissioned by Friends of Redcar Cemetery group which wanted to recognise past and present members of the Royal Air Force.
At the ceremony, which was conducted by Rev Rachel Harrison, vicar of St Peters in Redcar, there was a parade by the Air Cadets, Sea Cadets standard bearers and veterans.
There was also a prayer, hymns and a reading before the mosaic, by artist John Todd, was unveiled.
Among those present was Ian Swales MP, Redcar and Cleveland’s Mayor, Councillor Vic Jeffries, Lord Zetland, and the Deputy Lord Lieutenant of North Yorkshire, Anthony Wharton.
Camile said: “It is great to see so many people here.
“The idea first came about about 18 months ago and we raised £3,000 to have this done.
“We feel very proud to see it all come together.”
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