Malvinas: Ex soldiers met five years of protests in Plaza de Mayo
February 24, 2013
Ex conscripts who ‘met logistical tasks and Patagonian coastal defense during the Falklands War against the UK’ meet on Monday five years of protest in Plaza de Mayo, claiming ‘to be formally recognized as veterans war’.
Former soldiers issued a statement: “Five years is an active and tireless struggle to regain our identity as veterans, denied for over 20 years by a political-military”.
“During the armed conflict in 1982 were allocated to the defense of Patagonian air bases from where Argentina aviation attacked the British fleet.”
“Pursuant to that defense, 17 of our comrades gave their lives, and being recognized as part of the payroll of 649 dead in Malvinas”.
“The 400 Crazy camp will meet next Monday 25 to prove that are still standing in his battle station.”