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Graham Sylvester

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2012 11:50

Will be remembering all those left on patrol and raising a glass to thier memory
Gareth Walsh

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2012 10:22

I didn't serve on HMS Coventry, but recall clearly how, as a young lad, I saw her launched on a sunny morning in 1974 in Birkenhead. I always felt a special attachment to her, and was both gutted and angry when I heard of her sinking. My best wishes, on your anniversary day, to all who served on her.
Rod Heath's Family

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2012 10:07

Our lovely Rod is always in our thoughts, he was such a great bloke,and even though we would have liked to make the trip up to Portsmouth on this special day, we are just not brave enough. We shall be thinking of you all today... and those that didn't come back. None of you will ever be forgotten.



Ray Galeozzie

Location:
Australia


posted: 25.05.2012 09:07

I will be remembering those still on patrol with one or two glasses tonight, rest in peace guys
Ian McArthur

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 25.05.2012 08:55

30 years ago today amongst the celebrations of my first child Stuart Ian McArthur being born we found out the very sad news that HMS Coventry had been hit and sunk. Here in Beduth near Coventry we took time out to think about the Service men who lost their lives on that day and there familyís, in fact all of those involved in the Falklands War. We still do this to this day so tonight I will raise glass to all of the Armed Services and there family and friends who were on or had family and friends on board HMS Coventry and sing Always Look On The Bright Side Of Life by (Monty Python) as the survivorís did on that day waiting to be picked up.
We will also raise a glass to all of the Armed Services and their families who were on or had friends and families on Atlantic Conveyer on that Day 30 years ago and to all those involved in the Falklands War and all the conflictís before, since and still on going. God Bless you All. And THANK YOU for all you did and still do