After a significant period of decline, Argentina has ceased to be a capable military force.
Argentine destroyer La Argentina was damaged after ramming a jetty and catching fire after attempts to repair the damage.
The Ministry of Defence has said the woman's story is 'completely untrue', understandable given the fact Britain doesn't operate any anti-submarine helicopters in the South Atlantic.
The Argentine Government has sent a formal protest after it was announced that military exercises were to be held on the Falkland Islands.
Argentinian Navy patrol ship 'Islas Malvinas' reportedly ran aground this weekend on Ushuaia beach, Beagle Channel, shortly after leaving Ushuaia Naval Base.
We broke the news in March that Brazil was interested in helicopter carrier HMS Ocean, this has now been confirmed by the Brazilian government.
Argentine law maker Gabriel Solano tweeted 'F*** you!' and described the crew of HMS Protector, currently searching for a missing Argentine submarine, as pirates.
A multi-nation search operation was mounted to try to locate the submarine which was believed to have suffered an electrical malfunction.
Former Argentine defence minister Julio Martinez criticised government policies towards the Armed Forces saying a lack of funds has caused more loses than the Falklands War.
With a cycle of crime leading to incarceration then onto recruitment, we need to learn a bit from history this time.
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