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The First Casualty - Falklands War History Sep 20
Just been sent these... apparently, Argentina shot down all 28 of our Harriers, 33 helicopters, sank HMS Invincible and Hermes, Norland and many more, and they seem to claim the Hercules: a neutral Liberian oil tanker which was nothing to do with the war whatsoever! 😂
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Falklands Nature Sep 19
Early morning a few days ago it was bitter cold. However, when the sun was out it warmed up by a least 5 degrees C. It also gave an opportunity to capture the light and shadows on the mountain outcrops of west Stanley
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Fly Navy Phil Sep 17
37 years ago today, on the day we returned from the , I met a young lady drinking champagne in the Wardroom in HMS Invincible. 22 months later, she became my wife.
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Falklands Nature Sep 13
After getting back to the Islands Monday, i took my first venture out with the camera today. Despite the bitter chill in the air, i was entertained by these Commerson's Dolphins for more than an hour. This was probably the largest surf i have ever seen on Surf Bay!
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The First Casualty - Falklands War History Sep 17
A good friend of mine found this: the only photo I've ever seen of Major Patricio Dowling, the evil head of Argentine intelligence in the . Readers of will remember him well.
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FalklandsinUK Sep 21
The stand at the Party , with and telling the story of our Islands and raising potential issues.
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The First Casualty - Falklands War History Sep 21
Another cracking ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐review for the five time #1 Best Seller on the war, which changed everything we thought we knew about this fascinating conflict. Link:
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On This Day RN Sep 14
2007 Major General Sir Jeremy Moore died aged 79. Moore was the British Land Commander during War and received the Argentine surrender. He was also the third generation of his family to win the Military Cross.
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Stacy Bragger Sep 19
Pleased to speak to Minister this morning about the
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Falklands Nature 1h
A Southern Sea Lion peers out of the Marram 'Sand' Grass at Cape Pembroke. The blunt, upturned snout is one way of identifying the species from the South American Fur Seal. Click on the link for more photos for birds of the
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Jamie Palmer Sep 21
On route to Stanley 🍻🍻🍻🍻
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Jeanne Robinson Sep 18
are full of tiny treasures. Of those on display the ground brought back from the from his famous expedition is a favourite of mone
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Falkland Islands Sep 19
A great way to get to see the from a different perspective. So much to explore, so much to see!
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Protocol UK Sep 19
Yet another fantastic role available on the beautiful Falkland Islands on behalf of the & What better place to be a PE teacher? For more info please visit:
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FalklandsinUK Sep 20
will be given an emotional farewell at a service in the Cathedral today, after 12 years patrolling the , the and assisting in &rescue. . Her replacement will be
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Falkland Islands Sep 21
Ever fancied travelling this far south? Find yourself in the as we move into spring in the southern hemisphere...
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Essex Army Cadet Force Sep 20
The Tri-Service competition is about to start!
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Siân Nightingale Sep 15
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Falkland Islands Sep 16
Endless islands, coves and beaches to explore from land and sea, teeming with penguins, dolphins, sea lions, elephant seals. It's nature's playground!
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F I Association Sep 19
Our new website is now live and available on phone and tablet. Do check us out. Even better join us and support the Islands right to choose their own future
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