A private service for families was held at RAF Lyneham in Wiltshire
The bodies of six UK soldiers - five of whom were shot by a "rogue" Afghan policeman - have passed through the streets of Wootton Bassett in Wilts.
Guardsman Jimmy Major, Warrant Officer Darren Chant, Sgt Matthew Telford, Cpl Steven Boote and Cpl Nicholas Webster-Smith died in last Tuesday's incident.
The coffins arrived at nearby RAF Lyneham, along with that of Sjt Phillip Scott, who died in a blast on Thursday.
A private chapel ceremony for families took place at the RAF base.
Hundreds of people lined the streets to pay silent respects, as has become customary when fallen service personnel are returned.
AT THE SCENE
Paul Deal, BBC News
A grey mist hung over the market town of Wootton Bassett and seemed to match the mood of the hundreds of people huddled against the November chill and drizzle beneath umbrellas.
The veterans who make up the town's 114-strong branch of the Royal British Legion could have been excused if they had stayed at home by the fire on such a miserable afternoon.
But they had a solemn duty to perform - to salute the latest victims of the conflict in Afghanistan on their final journey.
It was three members of the Legion who saw a hearse pass through the town without ceremony a couple of years back. The branch decided that the return of the nation's fallen service people should be solemnly marked.
Today, the 98th such repatriation is taking place. People have come from across the country, old soldiers and civilians alike, shocked and saddened by the circumstances of the men's deaths.
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