- 17-02-2012, 13:25 #131
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- 17-02-2012, 13:30 #133
- Join Date
- Feb 2012
- 17-02-2012, 14:12 #134
- Join Date
- Jul 2007
MR is still in and AM went off to fly for CivPol.
- 17-02-2012, 14:15 #135
- 17-02-2012, 14:23 #136
I had 2 run ins with them during my illustrious career.. After dropping my AQ and a recy mech at the airport for some R+R me and a full screw decided to drop into the px. Rather than leave the extra guns in the highly secure Landy I cunningly used the 2 shoulder holster to carry the said pistols... I looked rock hard carrying one under each arm pit and I could here knicker elastic snapping at 50 paces... The first RMP I saw went ballistic though.. Threatened me with all sorts, accused me of looking "too warry". I pointed out I was on a yank base and them fuckers had grenade launchers and shot guns! He didn't seem moved by that argument So he took my name etc and turned up the next day to report me to my AQ... Who I'd just dropped of at the airport...fair enough if I was actually doing owt wrong, but why report me to my AQ...because they are normally all petty, jumped up cunts!
- 17-02-2012, 14:29 #137
- 17-02-2012, 14:38 #138
- 17-02-2012, 14:39 #139
Good good, this must be the worst thread of recent times. The OP might have well have named it.
"dealing with monkeys, you exaggerated stories here"
Or gone one better with.
"dealing with monkeys, plod, traffic wardens, tesco security, council wardens, your exagerated stories here".
Though, like a car accident, I'm strangely drawn to looking at it.
- 17-02-2012, 14:45 #140
I had two run ins with the RMP and on both occasions they were helpful, reasonable and used common sense. Here’s an example...
During Telic 8 the orderly officer’s standard check count revealed that 17 morphine pens were missing. The corporal, whose job it was to keep the ledger accurate, he suggested to the RMP that I might have something to do with it. When the RMP heard that the only time the Doctor had given me the key to the drugs chest had been when he had been in the hut with me, with the lad he was treating, with 2 other medics and with a line of lads awaiting vaccinations, and thus that my only opportunity to have stolen 17 morphine pens was when about 15ish people were watching me.... the RMP dropped that line of enquiry. I think the RMP girl who took my statement was mildly incredulous that it had ever been suggested. I am therefore grateful to the RMP for being so sensible, and remain annoyed with the Corporal.