22 Years done.

#2
and good riddance! :D

Enjoy civi street you old git.
 
#5
I am actually going to be wearing the uniform of one of our former colonies, so I am out of the Army and out of the country...............ooooooooooooooooh my back just went again :D :D
 
#6
Letterwritingman said:
Time served. Thank you Army.

Mind you cartwheels at my age hurt :D
6 months of us $hites and you will be gagging to get back, I was :wink:

Good luck on your new future life, it ain't that bad, just less excuses to go on the lash...sorry mess functions with the lads :)
 
#8
next year for myself.

well done fella.
 
#10
Letterwritingman said:
I am actually going to be wearing the uniform of one of our former colonies, so I am out of the Army and out of the country...............ooooooooooooooooh my back just went again :D :D
Another fukkin postman with an attitude problem.


Good luck mate and well done... hope you've been well drilled on how to survive civ div.
 
#11
BanjoBill said:
Letterwritingman said:
I am actually going to be wearing the uniform of one of our former colonies, so I am out of the Army and out of the country...............ooooooooooooooooh my back just went again :D :D
Another fukkin postman with an attitude problem.


Good luck mate and well done... hope you've been well drilled on how to survive civ div.
No civ div for me :wink:
 
#13
I was reminded yesterday that it has been 8 years since I left the mob.

8 Fcuking years! One third of the time I spent in green.

Strange that I can remember lots and lots of highlights of my first 8 years serving but next to f'all about the last 8 years in this job.

Now is that because I am suffering from senility or is civ div just generally boring?

Someone did say that you spend a lot more time out than in, depressing thought that.
 
#14
Well done. Finished my 24 years about 12 years ago. I thought at the time that I couldnt wait to leave - how wrong I was. The irony is, that with the current rules, I would still be in now !!
 
#15
Well done. Respect to you. The rest of us will just keep slogging on until we reach that milestone.

You are going to miss it. Or are you going to work as a range warden?????????
 
#16
TARE said:
Well done. Respect to you. The rest of us will just keep slogging on until we reach that milestone.

You are going to miss it. Or are you going to work as a range warden?????????
An old colonial army has snapped me up..........so I shall still be serving HM just in a different colour of uniform :D
 
#17
why would you want to swap one uniform for another? sucker!
Me, I left the Army and now work for the Army and the pay and conditions are much better in the latter!
 
#19
Counter-Bluffer-Ops said:
Filbert Fox said:
Me, I left the Army and now work for the Army and the pay and conditions are much better in the latter!
FF,

They might be but as a civvie nobody now pays the slightest heed to what you say or do.
I've been out 2 months after 26 years. Funnily enough this must be a "horses for courses" quote as quite frankly everyone in my company hangs off every word I say and if one of them was JUMP! the only issue would be how the guy in the wheelchair could comply, I'd have to think carefully about replacing him. :wink:
 
#20
Pocoyo said:
Counter-Bluffer-Ops said:
Filbert Fox said:
Me, I left the Army and now work for the Army and the pay and conditions are much better in the latter!
FF,

They might be but as a civvie nobody now pays the slightest heed to what you say or do.
I've been out 2 months after 26 years. Funnily enough this must be a "horses for courses" quote as quite frankly everyone in my company hangs off every word I say and if one of them was JUMP! the only issue would be how the guy in the wheelchair could comply, I'd have to think carefully about replacing him. :wink:
Don't you mean hang themselves after every word you say?

PS. Assume the guy in the wheelchair jumped and was unsuccessful.
 

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