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28th January 2018

Ladies and Gents

It gives me great pleasure to announce that, We Remember Submariners, will officially now be recognised as a charity, and our name has been added to the register of charities.

I would like to thank all of you, for your patience, support and help during the application process.


Here at We Remember Submariners, we have been putting a newsletter together, which has been sent to all registered users of this site. We believe it has been a long time coming and hope to make it a regular 3 monthly event.

For those who have not registered on this site you can view and download it from here.

Voting Positions Available

We are seeking several new voting members of our charity group. The aim of the voting members is to ensure the trustees manage and run the charity in a fit and proper way. We are looking for people who feel they have passion, drive and willingness to help us develop. Ideally, we are looking for people with IT, website (Joomla) & security technology, financial or book-keeping experience. Please if you feel you can volunteer to assist us, please send a short resume of yourself, including what you think you can bring to the charity. This should be sent initially to the chairman. If you wish to discuss this on an informal basis, please ask for Nigel’s phone number.

The closing date for applications will be 28th February Regards Nigel Mellor Chairman

Kind regards

Nigel Mellor
We Remember Submariners 
Registered as a Charity in England and Wales.

Our Chairman wanted to share just one of the nice comments we have received from our friends from Argentina.

Dear Gentlemen,

Days ago, I took notice by Internet of your edition of the commemorative pin for the passage to the "eternal patrol" of our 43 men and one woman of the ARA San Juan submarine.

Despite the differences that we have with the Royal Navy.
Despite having been true and honorable enemies in the past and not having yet resolved the issue that unfortunately separates us; this gesture confirms the Navy Officer rule of:
"A Naval Officer is first and foremost a Knight, and if he knows how to navigate ..., better"

WRS members do exercise this axiom, beyond the circumstances, and deserve our total respect and admiration for it.
Very well done…! Eternally grateful,

Oscar Guillermo Vazquez
Navy Lieutenant (RE)
Malvinas / Falklands War Veteran.
Armada Argentina

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