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On March 19, 1982, 50 Argentines landed on South Georgia in the Falkland Islands to plant the Argentine flag. They renamed the islands The Malvinas. This precipitated the Argentine army invasion on April 2nd. Despite some significant naval losses and dreadful weather, British Marines re-took the island on April 25th in a well-coordinated ground campaign. Coincidentally, in this brief war, the British Army and the Argentine Army were both equipped with FN-FAL variant rifles. The Brits carried L1A1 “SLR” inch pattern FAL rifles. The Argentines carried metric FALs. Perhaps the Falklands should be called The FALklands. — SurvivalBlog Writing Contest …

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