A personal note I guess, and without access to a former Parachute regiment site, I just wanted to pay tribute to a couple of guys who were former members. They died 25 years ago, in the above incident, as part of a parachute display team. I believe the Chinook fell out of the sky and none on board survived. It was the last week of August 1982. I recall one was Frankie Fofana who married an air hostess from N.Ireland; alas I can't recall the other guy's name. The point is, they basically were Swansea Parachute Club (not sure it survived their passing). They were top blokes, who taught me to jump there a couple of months earlier. You'll know the date (hence the poignancy); we came down from Swansea airport that lovely sunny evening to celebrate our 1st jump at the White Rose in Mumbles - to learn from the BBC News that "white flags are flying over Port Stanley". It became a much wider celebration. Sadly neither the Western Mail nor the Swansea Evening Post seem to have picked up the anniversary. I just wanted to commemorate to any who knew them that they are warmly remembered.