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Virtual Museum of the Malvinas Islands.

Argentine infantry harness season, leather material, painted in green.
From left to right, takes 9mm Browning pistol holster or gun Ballester Molina lime 11.25
(Domestic) or system also known as Colt 45 cal.
British infantry belting, canvas material, is the two chargers L1A1 SLR (Self Loading Rifle), Automatic Rifle, Browning 9mm holster, the SLR bayonet caramgnola and 7, 62mm NATO.
Fin Vulcan turbine
Turbine vane Vulcan bomber who served in the Falklands War
"I certify that this component comes from a Rolls Royce Bristol Olympus Mk. 30101, N. serial 900,011. This engine was number 3 for XM597, Vulcan B Mk 2, which carried out the mission against radar equipment installed in the Falklands in May 1982. XM507 is stationed at 50 Squadron of the Royal Air Force Waddington. Wg Cdr CP Signature Lumb Squadron Commanding Officer 50 "
Survival suit the ship Sir Galahad
Survival suit used to leave the ship Sir Galahad after being attacked by the Air Force Argentina and before sinking. It was used by a Royal Marine Commando Logistic Regiment during the war.
The survivors were transferred to HMS Intrepid. The attack on June 8 was the bloodiest of the war and the Argentine naval attack led to lower Britain.
Mask pilot RFA
Mask worn by fighter pilots of the RAF in the 80's.
Similar to that used by the Air Force Argentina
Viewer British pilot helmet
Helmet used by the soldier or BICO Coria of BIM
One of the helmets that belonged to the soldier Malvinas Coria class 62 of the Battalion Command and Logistic Support, used by: LOGISTICS COMMAND AND SUPPORT BATTALION-BICO-
Enzo Ruben Coria CC62
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