HMS Coventry D118 - Guestbook
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HMS Coventry Summer 1981 Newsletter
Four Weeks in May
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Nick 'Brigham' Young

United Kingdom

posted: 01.07.2002 19:42

I was a young Seaman Radar in Coventry\'s first commission. I left her in December 1981 and actually served in the Falklands in HMS Cardiff. I remember many of those who lost their lives. I still have the Deployment Book from the Far East in 1980 and still have my original Locker Keys from 3Q mess that I keep with my medals. I hope you had a great reunion. She was a great ship.
Rochelle Bonney


posted: 27.06.2002 07:18

I just read about may 25th I\'m sorry to here about what happened, just when you think you know about every bad thing that\'s going personal condolescences.
Rochelle Bonney


posted: 27.06.2002 07:11

Hello, some friends and myself are looking for Robert Burns who was in cairns in 2000 we\'d love to catch up. Sorry to use this site to contact. Thanks-Rochelle Bonney CAIRNS 2002
lilian a. richards

United Kingdom

posted: 24.06.2002 18:57

I would like to use your excellent web site to thank the person who left such a moving tribute to my son Adrian(Ade) Sunderland who was lost on H.M.S Coventry.Unfortuneately I could\'t read a name and was only in Portsmouth for the day.The web site is great.Thanks
steve hale

United Kingdom

posted: 17.06.2002 17:56

A long awaited site.

For a long time there have been many questions unanswered about the tragic loss, I was fortunate to have been working for DRSO when channel 4 made the going critical documentary, some of which was filmed on \" birmingham\", sister ship to ,\"coventry\", the hairs on the back of my neck stood up when Bill Canning said that \" he forgot coventry for a moment\", and I remember thinking that there would be a lot of eyebrows raised in the MOD when this is screened