The British Armed Forces team which represented their nation at the inaugural Invictus Games last month will be presented with a Pride of Britain Award today.
A total of 132 men and women competing for Great Britain won 139 medals at the Games, staged at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park.
They will be presented with a Pride of Britain Award during a ceremony in London tonight.
First held in 1999, the award celebrates the achievements of "truly remarkable people who make our world a better place".
Help for Heroes trained and supported the British Armed Forces team as part of its Sports Recovery Programme.
It was the biggest British military sports team ever assembled from wounded, injured or sick servicemen and women
Some had lost limbs in Iraq and Afghanistan, others suffered long-term injuries, while many dealt with the day-to-day trauma of mental scars brought on by their service on the front line in conflict zones.
More than 400 competitors from 13 countries took part in nine sports during the Games for wounded and sick service personnel.
Britain's team captains from the Invictus Games will accept the Inspirational Performance Award on behalf of the British Armed Forces team.
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