HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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This page last updated on Sunday 16th November 2014.

HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
Four Weeks in May
Sea of Fire
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Name Comments

United Kingdom

posted: 28.07.2003 19:24

I took my6year old son+10year old daughter to the memorial in old Pompy recently,their 1st visit,my son read the roll of honour(in his own way)it was very emotional.Nice to see some familiar old names in the guestbook,lookafter yourselves you lot. Buster
Malcolm Burton

United States

posted: 26.07.2003 17:44

I have to agree with Lee that whenever I have a moment to myself, my thoughts go back to that day. The day will never leave me, nore fade into memory - I can never forget my shipmates who are still patrolling.
Brum Wyatt

United Kingdom

posted: 23.07.2003 16:28

Can anyone let me know or pass this message onto PO(S) Bing Crosby, to give me a call and to catch up on the gossip. Cheers
Lee Thorne

United Kingdom

posted: 19.07.2003 17:32

There is not a day goes by when I do not think about the Ship\'s Company of D118, especially Frankie Arms and Sunny Sunderland. God Bless them all, they are always in my thoughts. I am determined to make a reunion. Regards to Paul Inman a good mate.

Lee Thorne (still serving)
Dave Baglee

United Kingdom

posted: 27.06.2003 22:31

I served on the Cov, from build up in Liverpool,as an AB(M) (WE SEAMAN), and left just before the Far East Deployment, Great Ship, great times, and Sad but proud ending.

Dave Baglee