Ear on the Falklands

Lynch, Tim
April 2007
Military History;Apr2007, Vol. 24 Issue 2, p48
The article discusses the author's experience of being a radio operator in 656 Squadron of the British Army Air Corps during the Falklands War. He describes the preparations made by the British armed forces for the deployment of the troops to the battlefield. He recalls his role as a member of the squadron's three-man reconnaissance team, sent forward to establish landing sites for casualty evacuation helicopters.


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