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In his first major public pronouncement on the Falkland Islands, the Opposition Conservative Party Leader, Iain Duncan Smith, has described the 1982 liberation as a noble objective and has warned against any further cuts in Britain's military strength. He argues that the armed forces must be given the resources to mount such an operation again should it be necessary.
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?So he passed over and all the trumpets sounded for him on the other side'.
These poignant words are written on the tombstone of Private F F Slough 2nd Battalion Parachute Regiment, whose body lies in the cemetery at San Carlos, East Falklands.
Britain and Argentine are to resume next year joint search and rescue exercises in the South Atlantic, following the fifth Round of Defense Cooperation Contacts and eleventh Military Contacts Meeting held in London two weeks ago.
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Of all the books written about the Falklands War ? now several hundred in the United Kingdom and Argentina ? none captures the mood in so personal a way as Memories of the Falklands because it brings together the vivid recollections of 66 diverse individuals.
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