The two men fought in both the Falklands War and the Second World War
The two men were both born in Argentina, but with British families and education and they volunteered for the Royal Air Force in their youth.
Their job included flying over Adolf Hitler's holiday home and distracting German radars with metal scraps.
The two men returned to Argentina after the war to work as civilian pilots.
The two men wanted to fight against Thatcher
I'm Argentinean, Jorge, and the islands belong to Argentina. Old Thatcher is crazy and I want to participate
Retired Air Force captain Jorge Paez said he offered to exempt them from the Falklands War in 1982, but they both ignored any suggestion.
Mr Harvey said: "I'm Argentinean, Jorge, and the islands belong to Argentina. Old Thatcher is crazy and I want to participate."
Mr Harvey used to joke during the Falklands War that if he met another Englishman, he would invite him for a drink.
The Falklands War took place in 1982
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His daughter Cecilia Withington said: "They felt Argentine, but they could not detach themselves of their British origin and they all knew that their heroism was doubly valuable because they led almost suicidal missions to face an enemy they had risked their lives for decades ago."
Mr Withington said: "We cannot win, but we cannot let them all die with impunity."
Mr Harvey told his superiors: "If the English step on the islands, we lose the war."
His widow, Lilian Harvey, said: "When he returned, Jimmy was not the same. He was reserved, very tired, he never wanted to talk about the Malvinas, he did not like going to tributes or meetings. Defeat made him sad."
He also did not enjoy talking about the Second World War because there was so much destruction and death.
The Falklands War was a ten-week war between Argentina and the UK over the British overseas territory in the South Atlantic beginning on April 2 1982.
In total, 649 Argentine military personnel, 255 British military personnel and three Falkland Islanders died during the war.