It was 30 years ago today. Argentina's surrender brought the Falklands war to an end, and this Sunday veterans from across the country will gather in Aldershot to commemorate the anniversary.
Around 1,000 people will take part in a Drumhead Service at the town's military cemetery - where 18 of their comrades are buried. Kerry Swain has been there to talk to two of the Paras about their memories.
30 years ago Britain was at war with Argentina. Today veterans will take part in events to remember those lost in the conflict. Richard Jones has been speaking to some of them about their memories.
Hundreds of people have gathered in Portsmouth to say goodbye to the crew of HMS Dauntless. The ship is deploying for six months to the South Atlantic. The government has denied claims that the move is in response to recent tensions with Argentina about the future of the Falklands Islands.
The National Museum of the Royal Navy in Portsmouth will broadcast a step-by-step reconstruction of the Falklands War from today. The account, which will be told via Facebook and Twitter, is to mark the 30th anniversary of the conflict.