How do we feel as Ex and Serving members of the Army, about the news that, after some 90 years, some 300 souls, shot for PTSD (in WW1 known as cowardice) have eventually received a posthumous pardon? If I'd been sat in a stinking, louse ridden bog trench while the hun tried to rearrange my life plan with heavy artillery as, to quote Catpain Slackbladder, "a bunch of idiots sat in HQ hatching a masterplan to move the mess silver cupboard 6 inches closer to Berlin!" at a cost of 60,000 lives a day, I'd be pretty p*ssed off too. These were men, in my opinion who had lived in hell for a very prolonged time, the effect on the nerve must, as is well documented, have been dreadful. So what, for all this time, has taken the authorities to such lengths of deliberation that the pardon has only now arrived. A court Martial in those days must have taken oooooooooooooooohhhhhhhh a whole minute!! Sorry if an Armoured Farmer is seen to be serious on this occasion but, needs are, when the devil pee's in your pot!!!!