Damien Burke has done a most excellent job here, a job that we must all congratulate him on. I look forward to seeing all at the 20 yr reunion. Craig
was sat in the relative comfort of san carlos when news came through of coventry loss. having just watched antelope go down it was hard to take in. all the best for a great site,I shall visit often, regards, mark c (ex HMS Arrow F173)
An excellent web site, nice to see our friends on the web. I always try and make a point of having a beer on 25th May. Have a good one saturday Spider (ex Broadsword)
Just had 10 minutes on your site, needs lots more, but from what I have seen....done yourselves proud. Good luck with the Reunion on the 25th, our is the following weekend in Guzz...HMS Ardent
Well done son, thanks a million. Hope to see my shipmates soon. Take care and cead mile failte to all ex-sailors of HMS Coventry. Patrick
Cannot make the reunion this year but will do eventually. There's a couple of photo's of H.M.S. Coventry in the R.S.L Club where I live on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. Good to see a site at last. Hope all the old mates bought computers!
A Fine Web Site . Its good to see other sites for other ships that served in 82. The photos of her going down are a sad site indeed. Good luck with the reunion. Best Regards Johno (Ex HMS Sheffield)
Well done, the site is brilliant. We are no longer the forgotten ship. Thankyou.
An excellent web site, it is good to find a site up and running dedicated to HMS Coventry - D118. Hopefully the site will stand the test of time, and bring together Coventry's ships company of past. I served aboard her prior to, and during the Falkland's and hopefully I will be able to pass on some of the few photographs that remain from my time as one of the 'Ships Company'. Well done Damien.
a very good,informative site.Didnt know Coventry shot down that many argie's,well done
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