Falklands admiral Woodward dies
6 August 2013 Last updated at 00:13 BST
An admiral who led Britain's task force in the 1982 Falklands War has died after a long illness, aged 81, his daughter has told the BBC.
Adm Sir Sandy Woodward was commander of the carrier force sent by PM Margaret Thatcher to retake the Falklands.
He served as deputy chief of the defence staff from 1985 and was made admiral in 1987.
Caroline Wyatt reports.