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royalmilitary:    Royal Marines, Falklands war - 30Th Anniversary

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The secret to the British success in the Falkland War, the soldiers of the British Army were able to walk across East Falkland carrying all their equipment and then fight for the high ground around Port Stanley.

Atlantic Conveyor - Falklands war, pin by Paolo Marzioli

British makeshift aircraft carrier SS Atlantic Conveyor during Falkland war.

Falklands: the Argentine military planned invasion during World War II - http://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/falklands-argentine-military-planned-invasion-world-war-ii.html

Falklands: the Argentine military planned invasion during World War II

Untold story of how 22 Royal Marines held off hundreds of Argentinians and disabled a warship on eve of Falklands War. Article in description... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1169911/Revealed-Untold-story-22-Marines-held-hundreds-Argentinians-disabled-warship-eve-Falklands-War.html

Revealed: Untold story of how 22 Marines held off hundreds of Argentinians and disabled a warship on eve of Falklands War

Untold story of how 22 Royal Marines held off hundreds of Argentinians and disabled a warship on eve of Falklands War. Article in description... http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1169911/Revealed-Untold-story-22-Marines-held-hundreds-Argentinians-disabled-warship-eve-Falklands-War.html

Falklands War Veteran Printed T-Shirt

Falklands War Veteran Printed T-Shirt

In World War II it became common practice for the submarines of the Royal Navy to fly the Jolly Roger on completion of a successful combat mission where some action had taken place, but as an indicator of bravado and stealth rather than of lawlessness. For example in 1982 returning from the Falklands conflict HMS Conqueror flew the Jolly Roger depicting one dagger for the SBS deployment to South Georgia and one torpedo for her sinking of the Argentinian Cruiser Belgrano. The Jolly Roger is…

1982 returning from the Falklands conflict HMS Conqueror flew the Jolly Roger depicting one dagger for the SBS deployment to South Georgia and one torpedo for her sinking of the Argentinian Cruiser Belgrano.

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