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Tony Leeks

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 17.04.2003 00:10

Came acroos the site by accident. It has now been bookmarked.

I piped Coventry out of Pompey from HMS Vernon at the start of Global 80. Little did I know that my E.R.P. would be activated. I joined the ship in Istanbul and left a couple of months later in Hong Kong.I still have my "Snoopys War Canoe" T shirt.Great ship, great ships company. I am still in contact with Bob "Ginge" Applegate. May 25th is a date I shall always remember. (Half my kit is still in the roofspace of the Port side for'd Chiefs cabin!)

jim dowds

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 12.04.2003 21:03

cheers to all the lads of the coventry from jim (george)dowds and loz (pancho) wanty ex chefs mess
steve annable (george) we

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 27.03.2003 02:01

just found site. made up. never seen anyone since QE2 talk to me. keep up the good work.
Phil Stonor

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 21.03.2003 22:48

Nice site Damien, I was around at the time flying Lynx off another DD (Exeter) which had just replaced the Sheff. I remember the shock of hearing that the Coventry was hit, as for us we nearly got the load that finally piled into AC. Christ, I was just airborne and thought it was my deck - bad moment!

All a long time ago but this Iraq stuff brings it back.

Cheers - keep the memories ,

Phil
Martin Balls (Stan)

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 20.03.2003 23:27

Fond memories of the good times in Coventry, Far east trip 3 ECHO Comms mess.

Still got the deployment book and the tankard wouldnt part with it for the world.

Stan Balls RO1(T)