Does anyone else think Comd 12 gp looks like Rodney Trotter and QM 34 was deffo DelBoy.
12 Sig Regt or 12 Sig Group?kiloarmy said:Exercise was a huge success, over 350 TA signallers on the ground. The new 12 Sig Regt Group worked well. It was a long drive to and from the Ex area but good practise for later in the year.
Yes its a good idea if we all start with the same puzzle pces.IDONTNEEDAHAIRCUT said:
I agree the G4 side was not tested or used to its full capacity. There should not be to much redundancy as the Gp regt concept still requires a lge G4 tail to support each OSC area. Its hard to test G4 on a 2 day Ex, annual camp will be much different when they will have fuel, rations etc to deliver and provide a service. Also on camp anyone who is not used in role will be part of the Opfor team, and this should be more interesting than manning a det.stabsfeldwebel said:Interesting to see that some thought the exercise a great success. I think you will find a lot of the management/G4 elements found it boring and a total waste of time and effort. This new set up may allow us to mirror what a regular unit does bit it creates a large amount of redundancy.
We had an FFR out with a single operator, you should have seen him when he emerged, blinking into the light after 24 hours on shiftTA_sig said:Polar69 - I doubt you guys even sent a rad det out knowing who your main operators are. How did you engineer? If it was KM from WR then jolly good show.
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