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We will remember them
From then Sub-Lieutenant Frank Charles van Rooyen, one of PKR’s OOW. We will remember them, those that perished on the 18th of February 1982, and the best ship’s company ever!
Granville will always be with us.
Great crew, great ship.
P.O.Robin Bulterman…we will always remember you…
In memory of those personnel lost at sea on the 18th February 1982. RIP
May they rest in peace, they will forever be remembered.
A day never to be forgotten, as we remember our fallen shipmates we honour them. Lt Cdr M. Adeel Carelse SA Navy (Res)then Ab M. A, Carelse
The expression “Lest we forget”, so poignant and yet so simple. I am so thankful for the memories I have of times spent on board her, the friends and loved ones we lost on that cold night so many years ago will never be far from our thoughts.
We salute you, we honour you and we will never forget you. I pray that Almighty God will give you all peace
They will be forever in our hearts.
Our thoughts will be with you all on the 18th.
We will remember our shipmates and the gracefull sealady. They will always stay in hearts.
February comes with sad regret, it brings a day we wont forget. Our hearts still ache the tears still flow.God bless you dad we love you so. Love Karen and all the family.
How can we ever forget them? I had shared some of the best times of my life with them. A finer ship has yet to be built.
Robin, you have never been out of our hearts.
To our beloved brother and shipmates you will always be in our hearts and never be forgotten RIP
Time moves on but we still have fond memories of the friends who are no longer with us.
Graham Brind dedicated husband,father and friend…gone but never forgotten!
The Navy to us was not only a place of work, but a family of men woman with a common interest. Our hearts wept with the loss of some our family members. Come the 18th February 2012 we still hold in our minds the sadness of that day. To the family of our lost friends we will support you come the 30th Commemorative rememberances of the sinking of the President Kruger.
To all those dear brave men, many of whom we grew up with. Lots of love to the Whiteley family in the UK – we will never forget your wonderful husband and father, Mike.
PO MICHAEL BRUCE RICHARD WHITELEY. 30 Years gone by but not a day goes by without thinking of you. In our hearts you will always stay. Love Allison and all the Family.x
A day never to be forgotten.RIP to the 16 souls lost.
To those that still stand watch in the icy grips of the ocean’s depths. “..for he who today sheds his blood with me, shall be my brother. From this day, to the ending of the world, we in it shall be remembered,we lucky few….we band of brothers…” Henry V
I Salute you my colleagues and friends may your souls RIP
To all those men who rest below the icy seas, RIP!!!
My thoughts go to those who perished on PK on 18 Febeuary 1982, you will always be remembered. RIP
Gone but not forgotten. R.I.P.
Today 30 years ago this S A Naval Warship sunk after a tragic accident at sea, taking the lives of 16 loyal naval sailors.We think about you today and our thoughts and prayers are with all the families of these members. We also thank the Lord for sparing the lives of so many survivors and think about the trauma you and your families had to go through during and after this tragedy. God be with you all. We salute you.
Rest in Peace. You served your nation well and will never be forgotten
May they rest in peace. My thoughts are with the families and friends who lost a loved one on the 18 Feb 1982
Gone but not forgotten R.I.P
To all my crew mates you will always be remember
The sailors lost at sea are respected, loved and will be forever remembered. RIP.
My father was part of the commissioning crew and she was the first ship I served on so she holds a special place in my heart as do those brave men who perished on that fateful night. We will remember them.
I will always cherish the time that I spent on the PK …..My fellow Sailor’s which went down with the ship that night will alway’s be remembered.
The Navy and its family will always miss you.RIP
May God be with those who sacrificed their lives. I could only watch from the PP whilst PK is sinking knowing that some of my mates has gone down with her. will always be remembered
A very sad and confusing moment in time. We will always remember those who lost their lives that fateful morning. May they forever rest in peace. God bless their families. Being crew on F150 is a very special part of my life.Respects KC
My respects to his family and the families of those lost at sea
Robin Bulterman had the cabin accross from me on the SAS Transvaal.All around no nonsense great guy.RIP my friend
Our thoughts are with those that were lost , survived as well as their families.
Our thoughts are with the families and survivors.
Sad to hear at this late stage of Brian's passing. he was a good friend, may his dearest soul rest in peace. Kalli
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