Additional training for all soldiers

Discussion in 'The Intelligence Cell' started by Bodmin-Bill, Apr 27, 2005.

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    It is now, and always has been, our policy to ensure that our soldiers are well trained. Through our SPECIAL HIGH INTENSITY TRAINING programme (S.H.I.T.) for short, we have given our soldiers more S.H.I.T. than any other Company in the Regiment.

    If any soldier feels that he does not receive enough S.H.I.T. on the job, or that he could advance to another rank by taking more S.H.I.T. please contact your immediate Platoon Commander.

    If you graduate to the top of your trade by taking all the S.H.I.T. that is given to you, you can qualify for our SNCO programme COMPLETE RESPONSIBILITY ACTION PROGRAMME (C.R.A.P. for short).

    So to become a member of the management team, simply take all the S.H.I.T. you can, and with all the additional C.R.A.P. you recieve, you will soon reach the top.

    Any soldier who has the iniative and drive to take both S.H.I.T. and C.R.A.P. will soon become one of the elite and join the SAS.

    For a limited period only, we are offering all soldiers the chance to try our latest scheme ADVANCED SUPERVISORY STAFF HELPING OUR LOYAL EMPLOYEE (A.S.S.H.O.L.E. for short).

    So work hard, and you will find that the more S.H.I.T. you can take and the more C.R.A.P. you can handle, will qualify you as an A.S.S.H.O.L.E. for sure.

    Furthermore we specialise in accepting university graduates and training them for officer management. These BRIGHT UNIVERSITY LEVELHEADED LITERATES (B.U.L.L. for short), when given the full S.H.I.T. programme, provide all the B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T. for future management.

    It is with some pride that we can claim our officers have more B.U.L.L.S.H.I.T. and C.R.A.P. than any other Regiment, and we like to treat any soldier as a potential A.S.S.H.O.L.E.

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  2. Well, as I am new here, I should say "Hello". :D

    If this was a pub I would have bought you all a pint :wink:

    Anyway, catch you later, I am off to bed after a knackering night shift, lots of bloody muppets at work, I can tell you!

    Cheers Lads, Bill (from the land of pirates!)
  3. Er, Bill, your avatar - what does it represent? It looks a bit BUF-y to me....
  4. The BUF is correct, well done!

    I have articles and photos of the BUF on my website (which is offline for a few days due to re-contsruction, should be back online by the weekend).

    Cheers, Bill.
  5. Without probing too deeply into your politics, which are your business, you do know how that sort of thing is regarded around here?
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    And practiced too - by certain Moderators !
  7. Quote: Without probing too deeply into your politics, which are your business, you do know how that sort of thing is regarded around here?Unquote.

    I AM interested in the history of the "British Union of Fascists" 1932-1940.
    (Does that mean I am into politics or a racist?)

    It should be noted that over 1000 Blackshirts died fighting for Great Britain in WW2. Amongst the first RAF airmen shot down over the Kiel harbour in 1939 were two airgunners, both members of the BUF!!

    The photo was taken in the Reichswald War Cemetery, and is the grave of Private James Fogg, KIA in Operation Veritable, British soldier and Fascist.

    Cheers, Bill.

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  8. Not wishing to dishonour their memory, but I,m sure that we had nonces, thieves and wife-beaters, who died fighting for this country. Their contribution is appreciated, but their points-of-view are not.
  9. Not wanting to split hairs but since 1.4.1992 when the Bundesgrenzschutz took over the responsibility there hasn't been a dedicated "Railway police" (Bahnpolizei) in Germany.

    BB if you are in the BGS then it may be unwise to connect yourself to extreme political views on a public forum (especially if the person next to the grave in the photo is you), your politics are your own but keep them to yourself theres a good chap.
  10. Hi Fuchs66,

    I am not into politics, just a piece of history that interests me.

    It is just unfortunate that the subject matter is linked to politics :(

    I am just trying to point out that not all BUF members were traitors, as I come from a family that was in the BUF before the war, hence my interest.

    If you and others feel that my Avatar needs changing then I would do that, OK?

    Cheers, Bill.
  11. Yeah but don't make it an RAF Regiment one thats just as bad round here :D
  12. I came to Germany when I left the RAF Regiment, married a German girl.

    I have never been interested in politics, but I became interested in the HISTORY of the BUF, due to past family connections.

    I got involved with reenacting in Germany, I was in a Wehrmacht unit, which was full of REAL Germans (unlike the reenactors in the UK),
    and people would look at me funny BECAUSE I talked with a British accent, so I thought wait a minute, and came up with the "British Renagade" impression, which has raised an awareness in an almost unkown subject.

    I do work with the BGS, but have proved to my work friends that my interests are not political.

    Hope this makes for a better understanding, I have also changed my Avatar as I do not wish to make offence.

    Cheers, Bill.
  13. Blackcat, Ref: RAF Regiment Avatar

    You never stood up for something you were proud of!

    I served with the RAF REGT in both Northern Ireland and the Falkland Islands, and we lost good blood too!

  14. You know what they say if you can't take a joke
  15. Hi Blackcat, I posted before I realised you were joking,
    just a bit tired after a 12 hour night shift :wink:

    Infact the RAF REGT was, and is, in an awkward situation.
    The Army did not like us because we wore RAF badges,
    and the RAF Pengins (RAF Tradesmen, blue jobs)
    did not like us because we wore "greens".
    Sort of a catch 22 situation, stuck in the middle! :roll: