"Air Force Afghanistan" Channel 5, 2000

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  1. Just watched the new tarted up version of "Warzone". Anyone know why it dissapeared and came back with a facelift, with exactly the same content?
  2. the_boy_syrup

    the_boy_syrup LE Book Reviewer

    I beleive the blurb stated that the first couple of episodes of the rebranded series was going to revist the initial episodes albeit in a rehashed way to bring it back up to speed after episodes 2 or 3 it's supposed to be more warry featuring the mert and other stuff
  3. Better this week I thought.
  4. Raf Regiment looked to be getting in the thick of it
  5. There was a rock and interpreter killed same place in 2007. And the raf regt have taken a number of casualties to IED'S
  6. Indeed...makes some of the anti regiment posts on here look a bit sick...
  7. Banter, banter
  8. Also show that many on here don't have a clue regarding rockapes and what they do.

    And they call it banter .
  9. Because nobody gives a fuck?
  10. Maybe it's simply because there are too many know nothing, never served, walts on this site..
  11. And what category do you fall into, fucknuts?
  12. I liked it. The state of the buildings brought back memories of South Camp in the Sinai in 1986... Even my wife sat through it - and she made a good comment about how good it was to see how the troops cope with daily life.

    And all respect to Frenchy - talk about an angel of mercy.
  13. Chill out your lordship..I've done some time, nothing exciting, but enough to feel I can legitimately comment/express a personal opinion..so if you don't fall into any of the said categories then it shouldn't offend you..
  14. Bloody hell flash not seen you in a while glad your still alive :D
  15. Saw the episode, last night, and must admit I was impressed by some aspects. Specifically the care given to our lads being casevaced by both chinook and C17. It must take a lot of bottle to land a chopper on a hot LZ knowing you are a target all the way in.
    I was very humbled by the care given to the wounded going home, and the cheerful attitude of that young nurse, doing a quick turn round to get back to help out back at Kandahar.
    On the down side, That fishead political officer came across as a bit of a tw@t.