Relatives of the 44 who perished aboard the HMS Urge off Fort St Elmo in World War II have finally been able to attend a memorial service for their fallen forefathers after a monument commemorating the sinking was unveiled on Wednesday.
The ceremony was attended by President George Vella, British High Commissioner Catherine Ward and members of the Royal Navy, with the AFM performing a gun salute in their honour. The remains of the vessel a few miles outside of the Grand Harbour were only discovered in 2019.Times of Malta
A wreath was laid over the wreck of the URGE by Commodore Jim Perks CBE, Commodore Submarine Service.
This video via the HMS URGE Facebook Group