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A very moving video that should send shivers up your spine. Credit John Mcknight

A very moving video that should send shivers up your spine. Credit John Mcknight

HMS Plymouth played a key role in winning the Falklands War, destroying an Argentinian submarine and five enemy aircraft - firing 900 shells in total - despite coming under significant attack

A sad farewell to HMS Plymouth: Falklands frigate on which Argentinians surrendered lies rusting as it awaits final voyage to scrapyard on 30th anniversary of war

HMS Plymouth played a key role in winning the Falklands War, destroying an Argentinian submarine and five enemy aircraft - firing 900 shells in total - despite coming under significant attack

Troops board Sea King and Wessex helicopters as HMS Hermes, flagship during the Falklands War one year prior, conducts training exercises off Turkey in late 1983.

Troops board Sea King and Wessex helicopters as HMS Hermes, flagship during the Falklands War one year prior, conducts training exercises off Turkey in late 1983.

Namibia Africa’s Skeleton Coast

The Skeleton Coast

War in the Falklands: The Full Story

War in the Falklands: The Full Story

May 21, 1982: Royal Marine Commandoes practise landings before the final assault.

Stunning Pictures From Britain's War For The Falkland Islands, 30 Years Ago Today

May 21, 1982: Royal Marine Commandoes practise landings before the final assault.

'After a failed attempt by a German tugboat to pull the ship from the coast, the Cadiz ran aground and broke in two pieces three miles off the coast of Portsall. Due to the isolated location, poor weather and lack of a thorough emergency plan...it was decided to use explosives to open the hull immediately, releasing the 1.6 million barrels of oil quickly. French navy helicopters dropped 16 water bombs into the Cadiz. Unfortunately, the plan was not a complete success.'

'After a failed attempt by a German tugboat to pull the ship from the coast, the Cadiz ran aground and broke in two pieces three miles off the coast of Portsall. Due to the isolated location, poor weather and lack of a thorough emergency plan...it was decided to use explosives to open the hull immediately, releasing the 1.6 million barrels of oil quickly. French navy helicopters dropped 16 water bombs into the Cadiz. Unfortunately, the plan was not a complete success.'

Sunken Ships of North Carolina | North Carolina’s coast has many shipwrecks, victims of violent ...

Enlarging the "Graveyard of the Atlantic"

Sunken Ships of North Carolina | North Carolina’s coast has many shipwrecks, victims of violent ...

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