Anyone out there remember the exercise that took place in Denmark in 1987. I few things that I remember were the local police gave us their cards just in case we needed assistance in getting back to camp (free taxis). The guided tour of randers when the tour guide informed us of the different colours of cows that they had in Denmark. Also after the tour there was free beer waiting for us on the top floor of one of the accomodation blocks, we ran like lunatics up the stairs, causing the Danes to take cover. On the Saturday morning the camp had an open day, we marched onto the square to a Danish Jazz band, our Troopy was the only officer not to be wearing a sword, but this was rectified when he was given a plastic sword half way into the parade. And lastly when on ranges we were told to take all of the tracer rounds out of the GPMG ammunition as the Danes were afraid of starting a range fire, they then asked if we could demonstrate a Carl Gustarv Anti Tank bring fired, they soon put a stop to it when they saw how big the tracer was. It was one of the best exercises that I went on, the only down side was that the Danes would not feed us any chips. And one last thing on the Saturday morning after the parade whilst drinking in the bar on the top floor one of the Danish soldiers decided to fall out of one of the windows.