You were thinking every moment of the day about it, it was at the back of your mind no matter what else you were doing. You were thinking of what was happening down there and the decisions that had to be taken. When the telephone went or one of the duty clerks came up with a piece of paper in his hand, you always braced yourself as the thought raced through your mind, 'is this bad news?' I never had any doubt about the rightness of the decision. Even though we got the Task Forces there, there were voices saying, 'No, don't go and land, just negotiate'. I didn't go down there to negotiate. I went down there to get the Argentinians off and if they left then we didn't need to go into battle.