Royal Navy ships of the Armilla Patrol during the Gulf War, 1990 - 1991.
A Rapier surface-to-air missile battery watches out for Argentine aircraft at San Carlos in the Falkland Islands, June 1982.
Major General Jeremy Moore, Royal Marines, Commander of the British Forces in the Falklands, meets jubilant Falkland Islanders in Port Stanley after the signing of the Argentine surrender, 15 June 1982.
HMS HERMES about to berth at Portsmouth Harbour on her return from the Falkland Islands, 21 July 1982.
7 Platoon, 'G' Company, 2nd Battalion Scots Guards on Mount Tumbledown, celebrate the news of the Argentine surrender at dawn on 14 June 1982.
A Blowpipe surface-to-air missile detachment of 5 Infantry Brigade stands guard at Bluff Cove in the Falkland Islands, June 1982.
Ships of the Royal Navy Task Force despatched to the Falklands in 1982: HMS ANDROMEDA leads HMS BRISTOL and HMS INVINCIBLE.
The British Task Force under Argentine air attack in San Carlos Water in the Falkland Islands, 21 May 1982. MV NORLAND is straddled by bombs as she prepares to head for open water after disembarking men of 2nd Parachute Regiment.
Naval Party 8901, the Royal Marine garrison of the Falkland Islands evicted by the Argentine invaders, with the Falkland Islands flag outside Government House, Port Stanley, after the Argentine surrender, June 1982.
A Harrier GR.3 of No. 1 Squadron RAF is prepared for a sortie on board HMS HERMES during the Falklands War, 1982.
Royal Navy Sea King Helicopters transport troops up to Darwin from San Carlos on the Falkland Islands, June 1982.
A Royal Navy Sea Harrier piloted by Lieutenant Commander Tim Gedge, Commanding Officer of No. 809 Naval Air Squadron, approaches the Cunard container ship ATLANTIC CONVEYOR to test its recently installed flight deck at Devonport, 25 April 1982.