Hope it isn't those thoughtless barstewards who think lifting lockdown means going where they please, where there's no cludgies, and sh¡t wherever they please. Whereas cavalrymen always sh¡t in the woods. Wherever they choose.Clean training areas following exercises, regardless of who used the area
Even if there isn't a wood available!!!Hope it isn't those thoughtless barstewards who think lifting lockdown means going where they please, where there's no cludgies, and sh¡t wherever they please. Whereas cavalrymen always sh¡t in the woods. Wherever they choose.
Sod off, that's the Reserve Signals Regiments' jobs. Quit cutting our grass, ya stubblehopper that ye are!
There used to be 3 main infantry roles:If there is any such a thing as easy soldiering in the infantry, it is mechanised infantry.
The difference between the two main infantry roles, at least when I was in many years ago back in the seventies, is that between the mechanised role and the air portable role, in one you get driven to where the enemy is and in the other, you have to walk there.
I’ve done both roles and you’d be amazed at the difference in the amount of beer you can chuck in the back of an FV432 or what you can carry on your back.
Has that changed at all over the years?!
Bulldog and Mastiff etc were after my time unless you could call that something that helibedford did but the official roles were mechanised and air portable.There used to be 3 main infantry roles:
Armoured Inf - Utilises 432.
Mech Inf - Utilises Bulldog, Mastiff
Light Role - utilises helibedford and shanks’ pony.
Has this changed?