A question on security.

#1
I have just popped over to the Signals forum to see what the techs are moaning about this week...blah, blah, blah.

I've edited this post and deleted the link because I don't want to draw any more attention to it.
 
#2
No - or were you planning to complain about the well-publicised return of Rfn Pun VC? The question surely should be - who the fcuk would want to go?
 
#3
Fraser said:
I have just popped over to the Signals forum to see what the techs are moaning about this week, and I found this thread, with a link to this site.

Does anyone see a problem with putting such detailed information on the internet?
No problem but it is refreshing to see the message from the new security minister(?) has got through to one person at least about snitching on your neighbours.
PS; Do one.
 
#4
In simplest terms, this is just a public military event that has received advance publicity. In that respect, it is no different to a military band playing at a public concert, sponsored run or anything else similar that has been advertised in the papers.
 
#5
combatintman and Slightly_Nasty,

Edited because I was in danger of doing what I had intended to avert. I've pm'd you both.

hairyhandbag,

Surely my neighbour would need to have done something wrong to be snitched on. :wink:

it is difficult to tell, but the smiley is actually mouthing 'cock' to hairyhandbag as it winks
 
#6
As SN suggests if a PME has been registered, then appropriate risk management procedures will be applied.

As a sometime visitor to the darkside I can't say I'm surprised. However, I don't think the grey side would be quite so trusting of their fellow man :oops:

Gladys, can I have your Saville Row tweeds and Lewis Leathers jacket if you buy one, before you get back Blighty-side?
 
#7
Of course the appropriate risk management procedures have been applied:

5. The nature of the Regiment demands low level security for this event. Entry will therefore be by ticket only. Tickets will be sent to you on receipt of your cheque.
I have sent my cheque, details as follows:
name - Mohammed something-or-other
bank - International Jihad Bank
branch - Paisley
address - High Street Paisley etc. etc.
 
#12
subbsonic said:
As SN suggests if a PME has been registered, then appropriate risk management procedures will be applied.

As a sometime visitor to the darkside I can't say I'm surprised. However, I don't think the grey side would be quite so trusting of their fellow man :oops:

Gladys, can I have your Saville Row tweeds and Lewis Leathers jacket if you buy one, before you get back Blighty-side?
Judging by the last (first) one, the chances of anyone not known to 75% of those attending making it past the front door are close to nil. High impact, vanishingly low probability, hence low risk :)

I'll swap my tweeds for your very smart tonic suit and big loafers, all right?
 

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