Members of the British Forces South Atlantic Islands joined the Governor and the Falklands community at San Carlos, for a service to remember those who lost their lives 41 years ago.
In the early hours of the 21 May 1982, British troops from 3 Commando Brigade were loaded into landing craft and made their way to the shoreline around San Carlos.
The Royal Navy's HMS Ardent was then subsequently engaged by the Argentine air force, after what is now referred to as 'Landing Day'.
Twenty-two of the crew members on board Ardent were killed and the ship sank the following day.
The Blue Beach Military Cemetery, where the Landing Day service took place, is a British war cemetery in the Falkland Islands holding the remains of 14 of the 255 British casualties killed during the Falklands War.
Governor of the Falkland Islands Alison Blake paid her respects by laying a wreath at the cemetery.