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Allan Bagnall

Location:
Ireland


posted: 25.05.2012 17:37

Thirty years on I remember as if it was only yesterday, it still tugs at my heart strings and always will, God bless them all and those that have joined them since, with fond memories and best regards to all, yours aye, POMEM(M)Allan Bagsy Bagnall
Doc Savage

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2012 17:13

Today I had the honour of reading the names of our shipmates who are still on patrol at the wreath laying in Holly Trinity Church with Coventry RNA, a very moving morning with UP SPIRITS afterwards. Sorry I cannt be with you this year but my thoughts and those of my family are always with you. Doc.
GRAHAM 'CHATS' CHATWOOD

Location:
Thailand


posted: 25.05.2012 16:13

THINKING OF YOU ALL TODAY, AND WISH YOU ARE ALL WELL. NOT FORGETING THE VERY BRAVE FEW WHO ARE STILL 'ON WATCH' AND ALSO NOT FORGETTING THE FEW (JOE O'DRISCOLL.YORKIE BURTON ECT, WHO HAVE SCINCE JOINED THE ROSTER) GOD BLESS YOU ALL, YOU HOLD, AND ALWAYS WILL HAVE A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART
Dougie Douglas

Location:
United States


posted: 25.05.2012 16:09

Remembering our shipmates still on patrol 30 years on. Also the crew of Atlantic Conveyor, the Broadsword who picked a lot of us up, and the troops on the ground who, 21 days later, would be hoisting the Union Flag over Stanley. Heading out now to Old Portsmouth to hoist a few in proud memory. R.I.P.
Philip Eastall

Location:
Australia


posted: 25.05.2012 15:51

To all those still on patrol, I raise a glass. wishing I could be at the reunion to raise a glass with those that came home.