Eight thousand miles from Wales, the Red Dragon flies at Fitzroy in the Falkland Islands. It overlooks Bluff Cove where 30 years ago the Argentine Air Force attacked the troopship Sir Galahad during the Falklands War. A missile hit the ship, killing 32 Welsh Guards and injuring many others.
Argentina surrendered less than a week after the attack and today is Liberation Day, the 30th anniversary of the end of the Falklands War. The Assembly's Deputy Presiding Officer, David Melding, is representing Wales at a ceremony in Port Stanley, following a visit to the Welsh Guards memorial.