Almost 400 military dignitaries, soldiers and their families packed into The William Owen pub, for a very special event.
The pub, in Haverfordwest, was the venue for a medal ceremony for those soldiers returning from Afghanistan.
Members of 226 Squadron 14th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare), based at nearby Cawdor Barracks, in Brawdy, were given a hero’s welcome, when they took part in a special parade in the town to welcome them home.
The squadron was then presented with campaign medals by Brigadier Tim Watts, Signal Officer in Chief, at The William Owen.
Mark McMullan, Regimental Sergeant Major 14th Signal Regiment (EW), said: “It was a fantastic day for the soldiers – and everyone at The William Owen made us so welcome.”