AAC journal

#1
Just got mine through the post this morning and for the first time since I left I was a bit disappointd.

There didn't seem to be many pics of the 'boys' and the photos seemed a bit thin on the ground.

Crackign write up abotu the 60th Anniversary of Arnhem but other than that seemed a little hollow.

Well dont to the Belt fed fisherman on reaching 2000 hrs without killign anyone :D

thoughts?
 
#2
At least you've got yours. I'm still serving and work within 10 miles of Wallop and mine still hasn't arrived! :(
 
#5
It's the periodic Hawkeye and not the Journal per se, and it got down to deepest Wales yesterday as well.
I agree with MDN though, there's not much in it apart from the omnipresent B***s B********d who seems to feature two or three times in every Journal/Hawkeye.
Shame on the lack of photos, I only recognized the two WO’s in the Remembrance Sunday flag party.
 
#6
Apologies, I clearly can't read, wasn't the journal, was just a newsletter....With that in mind I'll wind my neck in and shut up :oops:
 
#7
Isn't the AAC journal the semi-annual listing of all the new frocks and big girl's blouses you guys use for uniforms?
 
#8
In comparison to the USMC journal (Gaydar Contact mag) the Army Air Corps looks like a unit full of movie stars :D
 
#10
Never mind. I'm sure that yr Mag will become more "comic strip" once yr new DAAvn settles in :wink:

Actually it's guaranteed as you have a new COS as well next month...

Both from units close to me and both top people :D :D
 
#12
You obviously weren't in the Mighty 4th when the new COS was CO, now that really was fun :cry:
 
#13
Agree with MDN, even though it's just the newsletter it wasn't that interesting. Was expecting more photo's and much more interesting articles.

Issimondias said:
there's not much in it apart from the omnipresent B***s B********d who seems to feature two or three times in every Journal/Hawkeye.
Now that Boris is at Wallop, maybe we'll see even more of his cheeky smile often. I'd like to see a photo of him running the legendary Wallop BFT route in just a gold PVC 'G' string. Or maybe doing an article on an archaeology dig around the site of Choppers for fossilised remains of Airtroopers and beer mats. Wibble.
 
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