NATO Soldiers Dive To Lay Wreaths For Gallipoli Fallen
The divers plunged into the sea, taking with them two wreaths and a rugby ball that will be used at the Games of Remembrance due to take...
A team of NATO personnel have laid wreaths underwater in ANZAC Bay to honour the memory of soldiers who lost their lives during the Gallipoli campaign.
In 1915 it was famously said that the waters off the Turkish coast ran red with the blood of allied soldiers. But 103 years later, the same waters were their typical hue of turquoise as the divers plunged in.