|Commander Carbello and Aviation Student|
One Air Commander Pablo Carballo, former A-4B pilot (Argentinian Air Force) who flew the mission which destroyed HMS Coventry [Thanks to reader for correction] with Commander Carlos Rinke on May 4th in 1982, was one of those threats.
This accomplishment, whatever one's national sympathies are, is a tribute to the professionalism and dedication of Argentine aviators and ground crew. It is especially a tribute to those who flew those dangerous missions in the face of death. Yet what is most impressive about the man who dealt the British task force a terrible blow, Commander Carballo, who is something of a war hero in Argentina, is his dedication to the Catholic Faith.
What does he say to the young men who look up to him?
Man, you want to truly honour me? Go to a church, look for a priest, confess your sins, and attend Mass