Army Catering Corps

The following Soldiers were killed on-board the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sir Galahad / Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sir Tristram

L/Cpl B C Bullers ... Pte A M Connett ... Pte M A Jones ... Pte R W Middlewick.

 

 RFA SIR GALAHAD was one of the hardworking and versatile RFA LSL's (Landing Ship Logistics). On May 21st RFA SIR GALAHAD with other vessels was anchored in San Carlos Bay where she came under heavy and sustained enemy air attack. On the 8 June having left St Carlos bay and anchored off Fitzroy Settlement she came under further aircraft attack. The resulting explosions caused devastating fire and the ship was abandon. Of her mixed merchant and Royal Navy crew and troops, 50 men were lost and many wounded.

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25th June Friday Royal Fleet Auxiliary Sir Galahad scuttled at sea as a War Grave.


Sir-Galahad

Sir-Tristram.

8th June 1982 RFAs Sir Galahad and Sir Tristram bombed at Fitzroy.


Army Catering Corps: L/Cpl B C Bullers. Pte A M Connett. Pte M A Jones.


Pte R W Middlewick.