HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
Four Weeks in May
Sea of Fire
Penguin News

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tony woodruff

Saudi Arabia

posted: 27.05.2008 05:51

I wish I could have been there this year. I was thinking about you all and our lost friends at exactly 11AM your time and observed 2 minutes silence.
Things have changes since last year and work is taking me far and wide more than expected. I will endeavour to make it next year. Bye for now shipmates.
steve (boris) overall

United Kingdom

posted: 26.05.2008 07:59

many thanks to rocky once again for organising yesterdays gathering I felt very privalaged to be chosen to lay this years wreath (albeit totally @ random ).I returned home & my wife & Daughter decided it was just the right weather for ice cream , so we sat watching people padling, windsurfing , just messing about in the warm water of poole harbour, in the sun totally unaware of the thoughts going through the mind of the bald headed bloke sitting in the watching on the time 18.15. thinking of you all to often , boris
Sam MacFarlane

United Kingdom

posted: 25.05.2008 16:53

Sorry I couldn't make it guys, work just got in the way. Been thinking of you all all day and more so at this particular time.
Another year and memories still so clear.
Calm seas and a fair wind, now raising a glass and remembering those still on patrol.
God Bless.
Malcolm (Jock) Rutherford

United States

posted: 25.05.2008 12:31

Its only 5:30 am states side and I have just had a few beers and toasted our comrades still on patrol. I also toasted you all in the Home Club sitting around the bar sharing your dit's and stories. Enjoy the day as its our time to remember and give a Salute to those who have gone before us


Glenda Dawson-Hauer


posted: 25.05.2008 11:23

You are remembered - today,tomorrow,forever.