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  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "MINISTRY OF DEFENCE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Cleaver Martin

    FKD 2322

    The sinking of HMS ANTELOPE in San Carlos Water. Argentine 500lb bombs explode on board HMS ANTELOPE on the night of 23-24 May 1982. Two bombs had been dropped by an Argentine aircraft flying at extremely low level on HMS ANTELOPE during the day of 23...

  • 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 64

    The Type 42 destroyer HMS SHEFFIELD on fire after being struck by an AM.39 Exocet missile fired from an Argentine aircraft from a distance of 6 miles.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "HALEY PAUL (SOLDIER MAGAZINE) COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Haley, Paul

    FKD 327

    View of Fitzroy Cove with RFA SIR GALAHAD burning in the distance.

  • 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 66

    The destroyer HMS SHEFFIELD on fire after being struck by an AM39 Exocet missile fired by an Argentine aircraft from a distance of 6 miles. The hole in the ship's starboard side is clearly visible. A Gemini launch containing a fire fighting team...

  • 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 70

    HMS ANTELOPE in Ajax Bay following an attack by two Argentine Air Force A-4B Skyhawks in which she was struck by two 1000-lb bombs which failed to explode. The small hole below the bridge on ANTELOPE's port side marks the entry point of the second...

  • 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 71

    HMS ANTELOPE afloat at dawn on the morning of 24 May 1982 following the explosion of one of the two 1000-lb bombs lodged in her hull. This explosion was followed by the sympathetic detonation of ANTELOPE's Seacat and torpedo magazines which broke...

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "SURFACE FLOTILLA PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT (SFPU) ARCHIVE: HMS FEARLESS (1982 - 1996)" (photographs) Made by: Toyer, Rick (L/Air Phot)

    FKD 192

    The bow and stern sections of HMS ANTELOPE float above the surface in San Carlos Water after the ship broke her back and sank on 24 May 1982.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "SURFACE FLOTILLA PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT (SFPU) ARCHIVE: HMS FEARLESS (1982 - 1996)" (photographs) Made by: Toyer, Rick (L/Air Phot)

    FKD 194

    The remains of the damaged RFA SIR TRISTRAM (left) alongside RFA SIR GERAINT after the devastating Argentine air attack at Fitzroy on 8 June 1982.

  • THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    THE FALKLANDS CONFLICT, APRIL - JUNE 1982

    part of "SURFACE FLOTILLA PHOTOGRAPHIC UNIT (SFPU) ARCHIVE: HMS FEARLESS (1982 - 1996)" (photographs) Made by: Toyer, Rick (L/Air Phot)

    FKD 195

    The former Argentine oil rig support vessel YEHUIN, now commanded by a crew from HMS FEARLESS, lies alongside the smouldering RFA SIR GALAHAD in Fitzroy as fire crews work to bring the fires on board SIR GALAHAD under control.

  • 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 2000

    Two Royal Fleet Auxiliary Landing Ships (Logistic) in San Carlos Water. The vessel on the left is the damaged RFA SIR LANCELOT which had been struck by an Argentine 1000lb bomb. The bomb failed to explode but started a fire.

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