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COL Ron Ti

Location:
Australia


posted: 12.10.2016 07:14

Dear Coventry members,
I have absolutely nothing to do with the RN or Coventry but was reading this website because I am giving a talk on \"damage Control Resuscitation \"to a military medicine conference and came across a photo of your ship on that fatal last day. I am using it to illustrate the concept of \"damage control\".I have had the privilege of deploying on operations alongside HM forces including many RN members. I salute your service and am impressed and most humbled by your efforts to never forget the ship and the 19 who gave their lives for freedom, pure and simple.
Mick Daniels

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 02.10.2016 20:42

Dear all,
Next Sunday - 9th October i will be running for the Veterans mental health charity \'Combat Stress\'in the Royal Parks half marathon in London.I will be running in an Action stations kit i last donned on the 25th May 1982.The Number 8\'s are those issued to us on the QE2 the night before we sailed into Southampton (surprisingly they still fit!)The anti-flash has been kindly loaned by Rocky Hudson.I have an action station story and page at: http://www.justgiving.com/Actionstation
Any support is gratefully received. Many thanks,
Mick Daniels
Ex AB(S)
H.M.S Coventry
Chris Howe MBE

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 16.09.2016 14:34

Andrew in Canada, the post you just made re a possible \'imposter\', can you please identify your goodself to me directly on my personal email. We can take it from there shipmate.

Chairman
Andrew

Location:
Canada


posted: 15.09.2016 23:51

I believe I\'ve found a Walter Mitty claiming to have served on HMS Coventry when it was sunk in 1982.
His name is Peter Barker, can anyone remember him from back then?
He was no doubt in the navy but he does not wear a South Atlantic ribbon.
He is a police officer in calgary Alberta Canada and disclosed he was on the ship when it was sunk and lost 13 of his colleagues.
Can anyone confirm him serving on the ship at that time?
He disclosed this when speaking publically at a suicide awareness conference in calgary 13th September.

Chris Howe MBE

Location:
United Kingdom


posted: 13.09.2016 19:51

Dear shipmates et al

Your attention is drawn to the reunion tab where I have just placed next year\'s Remembrance/Reunion agenda. Please note it is back in Portsmouth due to it being the 35th year Anniversary parade in Gosport the day after our gathering.

I hope many of us will turn out, please shout if you have any questions.

Yours aye - Chairman