HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
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Malcolm Dowie

United Kingdom

posted: 08.07.2008 18:10

Not really sure what to write , but just wanted to let you all know that \"us civilians\" do give a damm about what you men achieved and the losses and heartache that you all had to endure on that fateful day.If it had not been for a ships company like yours taking the fight to the Argentine Airforce, the losses to the troopships would have been horrendous.

Always Remembered
\"The Fighting Coventry\" and the men who fought with such determination and bravery

United States

posted: 07.07.2008 21:59

Nick, I remember Baz, he was a killick greenie, and I also served with him onboard HMS Gloucester a few years later when he was a PO.

United Kingdom

posted: 07.07.2008 13:00

Does anyone remember Petty Officer \'Baz\' Wakefield?

United Kingdom

posted: 04.07.2008 09:44

Gentlemen of the Coventry,
I was recently on a trip to the Falklands, I would just like to say that I saw Coventrys Cross on the Stanley memorial and paused for a moment to pay my respects. As an ex pongo I would just like to pass on my respects to all of you who serving on her that day.
Jim "Rocky" Hudson

United Kingdom

posted: 30.06.2008 11:54


I have a few, I have not yet got around to having them uploaded, but I shall get it sorted ASAP.