army annual reports.........

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1st RO on Sgt Eng Tech EL

"However he maintains a good level of physical fitness by frequently walking his hyperactive dog".

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3rd RO on Jnr Tech MUSN

"Jnr Tech ****** quietly gets on with his work without blowing his own
trumpet".

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3rd RO on Chf Tech Eng Tech EL

"Chf Tech ****** does not suffer fools gladly - he should show more tact
when the fools are at a higher rank".

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CURIOUS STATEMENTS/CONTRADICTIONS

1st RO on SAC ASOP

"A family illness recently caused her Falklands detachment to be cancelled
and to her credit she never allowed her personal problems to interfere with
her service commitments".

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2nd RO on FS A Eng Tech

"He helps to maintain his high fitness level through badminton, swimming and chasing tradesmen around the hanger".

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1st RO on SAC/A/Cpl RAFP

"Whilst not a particularly good NCO I believe he has the potential to have
made an excellent officer".

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2nd RO on Cpl Pers Admin

"His confident attitude and open humour made him a popular individual who
had a refreshing attitude to life and an open adoration for Cilla Black,
which I could never understand".

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2nd RO on SAC ASOP

"SAC ****** has day dreamed his blissful way through another year of
disembodied euphoria. Unruffled, easy going, un-resentful, unhurried, he
drifts his quiet way through days and nights of shifts leaving barely a
ripple".

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SUMMING UP AN INDIVIDUAL IN ONE SENTENCE1st RO on SAC MTD

"He has given the me impression of being an experienced mountaineer who has settled for climbing Ben Nevis when he could quite easily conquer Everest".

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1st RO on SAC Pers Admin

"Under pressure SAC ****** tends to take the bull by the throat rather than
by the horns".

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2nd RO on SAC Chef

"His laziness and low standards of work have alienated the majority of his
work mates to such an extent that being on shift with him is seen as a
punishment".

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1st RO on Cpl Eng Tech EL

"Cpl ****** is as frustrating as a firework that refuses to ignite".

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1st RO on SAC Std

"He is the most evenly balanced Steward on the Station, he has a chip on
both shoulders".

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2nd RO on Sgt Eng Tech AV

"A keen angler who would rather catch fish than try to out drink them".

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OUTRIGHT INSULTS

1st RO on SAC Pers Admin

"SAC ****** is a cheerful young man with a pleasant smile and co-operative manner. At this point his good qualities cease".



1st RO on Sgt RAFP

"His contribution to the Sqn is minimal, on his good days he makes up the
numbers. He has been sick for some time and we are investigating the
possibility of having him posted 'non-effective', which is also an accurate
description of him when he is here".

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1st RO on SAC Std

"In my opinion the best contribution he can make to the Royal Air Force is
to leave".

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1st RO on SAC Supplr

"Frankly SAC ****** is useless, there is no other way to say it".

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POOR ENGLISH

1st RO on Sgt Eng Tech EL

"He swims and cycles to work to keep himself fit" (at Brize Norton).

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1st RO on SAC FFTR

"To conclude, SAC ****** has decided to terminate his life and career within the RAF for employment with the police force".

On which the 3rd RO comments:

"Contrary to the 1st RO's belief, SAC ****** wishes to terminate his RAF
career, not his life".

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1st RO on Cpl Med Admin

"He is single, but is in a stable relationship with a 3year old daughter. He
therefore lives off station in his own house".

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1st RO on Cpl Pers Admin

"She has provided much needed stiffening to the section during the tours of
two unremarkable SNCOs".

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1st RO on Cpl Eng Tech AV

"Cpl ****** has been involved in arranging for the care of his father who is recently deceased".

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NOT ATTRIBUTED

Hopefully he will mature into an engineer, but at this time the best
description of him is a well spoken twit.

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He has made no secret of his ambition to one day becoming commissioned, with a preference for the admin branch.

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Her typing, whilst energetic, will keep the makers of Snopake happy for a
long time.



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SAC ****** is still immature and, at times, a scruffy airman, however, it is
hoped that his recent marriage will offer him some sense of responsibility,
and someone to do the ironing.

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1st RO - The club he runs recently raised money for a local disabled person
to have an electric chair.

2ND RO - I think I should point out that the electric chair mentioned by the
assessor has wheels and is used to help the owner to get about. As far as I
am aware Cpl ****** has no homicidal tendencies.

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In his established post he only has to supervise the work of one Group
Captain.



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As a character Chf Tech ****** is rather rotund in appearance and is apt to produce rude noises from either end of his frame, at regular intervals.

..... and particularly irksome is his use of "10-4" in place of the more
acceptable "yes, sir".

He leaves the service this year which should allow his supervisors, various
members of the admin staff and the investigation branch to return to normal
duties.



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Jnr Tech ****** is an active member of the station Tai Kwon Do club, and can often be seen leaping around the station in his pyjamas.

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He is employed as a VDU operator. He spends most of his time operating a
VDU.



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He must, as a matter of urgency, learn to control his tendency, when off
duty, to attack RAF policemen.

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...... his character is about as dynamic as a feather pillow.



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****** has developed the knack of ensuring that most personnel on the
squadron who have any dealings with him for more than 15 mins at a time,
would happily use him for target practice on the rifle range.

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His woeful _expression gives him the air of a cocker spaniel who has just
received bad news.

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In a year that has had her re-married, posted and given a totally new piece
of equipment to work with, SACW ****** has come out of it reasonably well.

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A beer drinking, swashbuckling, full member of the Air Force, the kind you
would select when the going gets tough ****** has been very useful in
teaching our new recruits the ins and outs of service life.

This was confirmed with the originator, whose further comment was: She's a real man".

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Unfortunately Cpl ****** is less reliable than his dog.

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SAC ****** has been what a haemorrhoid is to a human from the start of the course. He also found himself pitchforked into the Officers Mess where he was up against some very cute cookies.

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3rd RO. Cpl ****** biggest problem would seem to be his inability to ignore a pretty female face! While I admire his sentiments, he is frequently
distracted from his primary task and this is reflected in his numerical
assessments and promotion recommendation. If he does not respond to
counselling, we may have to resort to bromide in the tea!





3rd RO. Generally very sensible in his outlook, he has been involved in a
few bizarre incidents, mainly associated with beer and bicycles, which have
resulted in him sustaining some personal injuries. I'm glad to report that
such incidents are becoming far less frequent, mainly because he now shows a more reasoned and consistent judgement, but also because people are less prepared to lend him their bicycles.

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1st RO. SAC ****** has the uncanny knack of pulling the wool over his
superiors' eyes by giving them the opinion he knows what is going on around him.

2nd RO. Amended promotion. Rec. From (Rec) to 5 (HRec).

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3rd RO. ... and established himself, in the eyes of his superiors, as the
most competent aerial erector in the flight.

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1st RO. His ability to empty a crewroom, merely by being there, usually
after a meal of curry or beans, could be a disadvantage in a staff post.

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Sgt ****** remains on good terms with his first wife, has acrimonious
dealings with his second and appears happily married to his third. The
numerous offspring further complicate matters.

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He can show a kindness and tact when necessary but can equally turn a
transgressing airman into a pillar of salt (or jelly) at 100 yards. He has
frightened me, as a casual observer.

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SAC ****** is tall, blond and handsome; every mother's dream of an ideal
son-in-law. The trouble is that he doesn't differentiate between mothers and daughters.

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2nd RO. He does his best but needs more practice at being "beastly to the
troops".

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1st RO. He is a keen supporter of York City but manages to stay cheerful
during the football season.

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1st RO. It is difficult to comment about ******'s supervisory abilities as
he has only one subordinate on the unit, whom he dislikes working with and
avoids socially.



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******'s appetite for adventure and physical exertion fully justifies his
nickname "Rambo".



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I can see little hope in Cpl... progressing any further, short of a major
outbreak of hostilities, culminating in a high mortality rate.

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WO ****** is a 9 to 4, as opposed to an 8 to 5 man, and the RAF will not
miss him when he leaves - he has already retired.

F6442 NARRATIVE COMMENTS

These are actual comments made by Reporting Officers and were provided by the "Reading Cell" at RAF PMC. Although the Cell is now defunct, rumour has it that it is about to be reintroduced.

Cpl Spplr (2nd RO)

"He is not unintelligent, just somewhat stupid".

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Cpl L Tech AD (3rd RO)

"In the short time I have known him, he has had a reputation for never being at work, being either on standdown or sport, or time off in lieu".

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SAC Gnr (3rd RO)

"SAC ****** went through an unfortunate phase of rolling tanks over by being a bit too aggressive whilst driving them. Fortunately, he survived these experiences with only his pride dented - I wish I could say the same for the tanks".

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Sgt Gnr (3rd RO)

"Sgt ****** will enjoy his forthcoming tour in Belize where there are lots
of donkeys for him to talk the hind legs off".

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SAC F'Man (2nd RO)

It would appear that SAC ****** wants to go from chrysalis to butterfly
without the creepy-crawly bits in between".

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SAC P&A Clk (2nd RO)

"Recently he was drinking late with a fellow clerk when he decided that his
friend had had too much to drink - so he had him arrested by the RAF Police.
I feel a more appropriate course of action would have been to take his
friend home".

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Jnr Tech A Tech A (1st RO)

"Jnr Tech ****** is, as far as the RAF is concerned, an 'if only' case. If
only he was interested - if only he was motivated - if only he was involved.
However, he does his job, albeit with more chasing by his supervisors than
is normal. He will complete his service, leave with a 'beer call' and people
will think "oh yes, he was a good fellow".

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Cpl (W) P&A Clk (2nd RO)

"When she is on her own her supervisory capabilities are more in evidence".

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Cpl A Tech P (2nd RO)

"He is a tall, well-built Welshman who looks as if he could play rugby for
his country; if not, at least he could chop down the trees used for the goal
posts.

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SACW AATC (1st RO)

"SACW ****** must be to the emancipation of womanhood what concrete is to flying".

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Cpl P&A Clk (1st/2nd RO)

1st RO - "He accepts that he has no career prospects in the RAF and his sole
ambition when he leaves the Service is to become a long-distance lorry
driver; a lonely job for which he is well-suited. Alternatively, he should
consider the quiet contemplative life of a Trappist Monk".

2nd RO - "I am pleased to see a slight improvement in Cpl ******'s overall
performance since last year".

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Cpl Supplr (1st RO)

"Cpl ******'s attitude appears to be one of setting himself a daily minimum workload target, then regularly failing to achieve it".

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Sgt Pers Admin (2nd RO)

"He can at best be likened to a hoop - when being driven by a stick performs reasonably well, but when the stick is taken away, wobbles precariously to a halt".

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Sgt Chef (3rd RO)

"Commenting on a couple who both have volatile temperaments, the husband with one view
saucepan is the better may win the argument.

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SAC Supplr (3rd RO)

"A painfully quiet and withdrawn individual who would need a pedestal to
stand out in a crowd. I fear he is destined to remain a drone".

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SAC TCO (2nd RO)

"though it is unlikely he will ever become a 'hare', SAC ****** is
nevertheless a steady and faithful tortoise".

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WO A Tech P (3rd RO)

"WO ****** is magic. He has the wisdom and experience of his years, the
energy of a 20 year old, and the subtlety of a flying house brick".

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Cpl MT Tech (2nd RO)

"Cpl ****** may only be 20 years old but he is in effect a middle-aged
hen-pecked husband".

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Cpl Gen Tech GSE (3rd RO)

"Cpl ****** is awkward to talk to, and on occasions trying to get
information out of him is like trying to get dead flies off a windscreen".

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Cpl(W) AATC (2nd RO)

"When she arrived it was feared in some quarters that one so petite might
have some difficulty in dealing with the hulking young men she was asked to supervise. She floats like a butterfly but can sting like a bee - in the
nicest possible way".

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Cpl A Tech P (3rd RO)

"I only met Cpl ****** once before his accident and it is difficult to
assess someone in hospital, particularly when he is in an oxygen tent".


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#2
Very good Poppy, just about all of them sum up my career. :D
 
#4
G3Ops said:
Lot of blokes with the same name in the RAF isn't there.
Oops - someone sent it to me and i didn't look too closely - thought it was a mixture of forces :oops:
 

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