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  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 140

    The sinking of the Royal Navy frigate HMS ARDENT. HMS ARDENT on fire, with HMS YARMOUTH alongside, after being attacked for the first time in San Carlos Water by the Argentine Air Force on 21 May 1982. The ship had been struck by two 1,000lb bombs...

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 145

    Survivors of HMS ARDENT wearing "once-only" survival suits, on the flight deck of HMS YARMOUTH after abandoning ship in San Carlos Water on 21 May. HMS ARDENT had been damaged in two Argentine air attacks.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "VAN DER BIJL N (STAFF SGT)" (photographs) Made by: Royal Marines official photographer

    FKD 2963

    Staff Sergeant Nick Van der Bijl (Intelligence Section, Headquarters and Signal Squadron, 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines) eats a meal in his slit trench at Port San Carlos.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "SURFACE FLOTILLA PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT (SFPU) ARCHIVE: FALKLANDS CONFLICT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 3139

    Wreaths laid by relatives of British casualties at the Falklands War Memorial at San Carlos.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "CAMPBELL ALISTAIR (LA PHOT) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Campbell, Alistair (LA)

    FKD 409

    Two Royal Marines of 40 Commando defend the landing site at San Carlos with a Browning .5" machine gun. A landing craft from HMS INTREPID is in the background.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "FLEET PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT, HMS EXCELLENT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer

    FKD 144

    The abandoned HMS ARDENT in San Carlos water after two Argentine air attacks. HMS YARMOUTH (left) pulls away from ARDENT after taking off her crew.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "CAMPBELL ALISTAIR (LA PHOT) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Campbell, Alistair

    FKD 407

    Distant view of British warships and auxiliaries under Argentine air attack in San Carlos Water on 24 May 1982. Left to right: a type 12 frigate (either HMS PLYMOUTH or YARMOUTH), HMS FEARLESS and a Knight class Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessel.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "CAMPBELL ALISTAIR (LA PHOT) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Campbell, Alistair (LA)

    FKD 394

    The San Carlos landings on 21 May 1982. Two Royal Marines of 40 Commando keep watch at dawn, armed with a 7.62mm General Purpose machine gun, on board the P & O liner CANBERRA. HMS FEARLESS is in the background.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "ROYAL MARINE COMMANDOS COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Marines official photographer

    FKD 169

    A British sentry wearing full camouflage defends the landing site at San Carlos with a 7.62mm General Purpose Machine Gun. A landing craft from HMS FEARLESS is in the background.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "ROYAL MARINE COMMANDOS COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Marines official photographer

    FKD 176

    Royal Marines of 3 Commando Brigade raising the Union Jack at San Carlos on 21 May 1982.

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