On-loan Huddersfield Town defender Jack Robinson was part of the England football squad’s tribute to the millions of servicemen and women to have died in conflict since the start of the First World War.
The QPR left-back, who is with the Under 21s for games against Portugal and France, had earlier stepped up to make up the numbers for a senior squad training session at St George’s Park.
The senior party, flanked by the Under 21s, 20s, 19s and blind squads, took to the field to pay their respects at the FA’s training base at Burton.
England skipper Wayne Rooney and manager Roy Hodgson led the senior delegation and were joined by military personnel representing all three services from RAF Shawbury and the Defence Helicopter Flying School in Shropshire.
This remembrance period is particularly poignant given it is a century since the start of the First World War and the 70th anniversary of the D-Day landings.
The players stood behind a board reading ‘Football Remembers’ for the two-minute silence at 11.00am.
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This week brings a Euro 2016 qualifier at home to Slovenia on Saturday followed by a mouth-watering friendly against Scotland in Glasgow on Tuesday – matches Hodgson will be hoping to have a full complement of players for.
While understood to only be a precautionary measure, Gary Cahill, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Andros Townsend, Leighton Baines and Phil Jagielka all missed training with knocks.
The quintet were not the only notable absentees from the training session, with Danny Welbeck, Calum Chambers and Jack Wilshere doing modified sessions having played club matches on Sunday.
Ross Barkley and Saido Berahino did the same, starting the training session with the squad before going in to do gym work.
Robinson and fellow defender Jamaal Lascelles were brought up from the Under 21s to make up the numbers on the grass.
Gareth Southgate’s side play Portugal at Burnley on Thursday and France at Brest on Monday as they continue the countdown to next summer’s European Championship finals.