HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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HMS COVENTRY

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This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
Four Weeks in May
Sea of Fire
Penguin News

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Jan Oxford

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 09.09.2005 22:23

Hi lads just discovered your web page I\'m an ex Pooel and served on the Coventry from 1979 until August 1980 but still lost many mates in the South Alantic its nice to see that she\'s not forgotten!
Yorkie Burton

Location:
United States


posted: 08.09.2005 16:28

OK - this may sound stupid, but what was our ships motto - \"Watch out Big F-ing Elephant coming your way?\", if anyone remembers post it in the Guestbook! Thanks ahead of time shippers.
Yorkie Burton

Location:
United States


posted: 06.09.2005 16:22

For all the shipmates who are saltier than Lotts wife! Here you go: go to seaportsmouth.co.uk/harbour/harbour.htm



You can see the Still and West - and if you look hard enough on the right - the Falklands memorial area - jetty and gate!
Joe OŽ Malley

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 05.09.2005 21:45

I was an AB (r) on the Cov,joined in 1980 on the far east deployment,and left when everyone else did. I lived in 3F mess. I recognise a lot of the names on the site,if anyone remembers me drop me a mail.



Regards

Joe
Simon 'Molly' Sugden

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 03.09.2005 11:41

Great day in Gosport for the Freedom of the Borough,even though the weather wasn\'t on our side.

Nice to see some old faces and spin a view dits, Faz has dits that go back to when ships were made of wood!!!!!

Hope to catch up again soon.



cheers



Molly