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2 MI Bn Ex Green Warrior - How was it for you?

How was Green Warrior for you?

  • I really enjoyed it, being an infantry man at heart

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  • It was good, I like to touch upon infantry skills but give me the office anyday

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • It was average, I need to be in a stable environment and not be moved every night

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • It was bad, I can't stand being dirty, wet and cold. And Norfolk is sh1t

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • It was gayer than a bag of big gay things in gay land, good piss up though...

    Votes: 0 0.0%

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#1
I was fabulous and it was a bloody good laugh!

Anyone else?
 
#2
it was alright, the public order stuff was fun, and the stands were really good, and pertinent.

I can't believe I'm not slating the ex.


..radio check over..
 
#3
Stands were very good, thought the OPFOR running them were awesome.

Good learning exercise, pity it was held in Norfolk - that place is a sheeeet hole.
 
#4
Was it a field security ex, or were we pretending to be infantry? can't quite decide.

2k tab, no helmets, haribo and coffee at the end? Hmmm, hardcore.

I agree that the stands were very good though.
 
#5
I think that there should have been an emphasis more so on one element i.e fd sy or Green skills. I don't know any situation really where you would have to basha up, then patrol, then stag on and then do a full day of serials. Also quite unrealistic in the fact that the DS didn't give a hoot about the whole stand-to concept before 1st and last light and other harbour drills (light discipline anyone?)

I quite agree with everyone else in the fact that the stands were very well organised and believe that everyone participating would have got something out of it, so a massive pat on the back for DS and OPFOR involved.

Jolly good slash-up at the end, with a healthy portion of chest-poking going on I believe!
 
#7
..with nothing to eat but cornflakes...:)
 
#8
Some people seemed to be having a really 'smashing' time...Ooops, sorry CO was that your Range Rover?


More spuds anyone?
 
#9
Did anyone get thrown out of the bar on the last night?

I'm really looking forward to Green Griffin Cheese now! (or whatever it's called!)
 
#10
Sometimes these type of things can be really good, sometimes (most of the time really) they can be really bone. Thank god I'm not in 1 MI Bde, not least because you don't have to wear the gay Bde flash!!!!
 
#11
Op_Int_and_Spy said:
Sometimes these type of things can be really good, sometimes (most of the time really) they can be really bone. Thank god I'm not in 1 MI Bde, not least because you don't have to wear the gay Bde flash!!!!
It's not a gay flash, merely a little camp... It's allowed nowadays anyway... :hump:

(I was never confused)
 
#12
yes, but how much do you think you would get on ebay for a "Genuine Military Intelligence Brigade Flash" (as used by the SAS, RAC and AA)? :lol:

could be a new sport - who can get the highest bid for the most outrageous description of "The Flash".

but that would involve selling military issue kit, and therefore i cannot condone it.
 
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