Army wife claims Palace Barracks is like a brothel!

#2
She leaves him to go back to England and he start having an affair after she's gone. He's not right to do that but to get it into the press like this makes the barracks a bigger target now. Why didn't she go to the CoC and flag it up?
 
#4
Damn, so that's where all the "WEE MULLIES" are and there I was freezing my nadders off on Alfred street and Linen Hall street!
 
#5


I can excuse his actions having examined the evidence.
 
#7
It will be interesting to see how long this thread remains in this particular forum!
That said, it does raise a serious issue - is security really that lacklustre over the water nowadays?
 
#8
I think from a security point, that people have let their guard down, because of the relative peace we have in Northern Ireland. Add in the fact a huge proportion of the Armed Forces, currently stationed in Northern Ireland were only youngsters or a glint in their Fathers eye when the troubles ended in 1994 and you can understand why people let their guard down.
 
#9
Hell hath no fury etc etc
 
#11
I think from a security point, that people have let their guard down, because of the relative peace we have in Northern Ireland. Add in the fact a huge proportion of the Armed Forces, currently stationed in Northern Ireland were only youngsters or a glint in their Fathers eye when the troubles ended in 1994 and you can understand why people let their guard down.
Agreed.

If a misguided, murderous gobshite from the so called ONH (or whatever they are calling themselves these days) or indeed one of their friends in the ‘Rea IRA’ or ‘CIRA’ (same small bunch for the most part I hear) were to take advantage of this or a situation in Hoywood... or where similar security levels have dropped, and god forbid some poor squaddies are injured / worse... there will be serious questions asked. And not of the junior ranks. The evil intent in a small minority has not gone away you know!
 
#12
I recall in the very early 70's that a large number of Prod girls were invited to discos there,with few security checks.Many marriages resulted.You know who you are!
 
#13
I think from a security point, that people have let their guard down, because of the relative peace we have in Northern Ireland. Add in the fact a huge proportion of the Armed Forces, currently stationed in Northern Ireland were only youngsters or a glint in their Fathers eye when the troubles ended in 1994 and you can understand why people let their guard down.
Lets not forget also that the majority of boggy birds are ******* sluts.
 
#15
wow... ain't that a surprise....... It had me coughing in me coffee..... found out at last..... what will squaddies get up to next??
 
#16
3 questions -
1) Did he perchance meet her in the Coachman's in Bangor?
2) Is the Dog Show still on in the NAAFI on a Sunday night?
3) Does the butt wall of the 30m range still see as many knee tremblers as it used to in 82/83?
 
#17
Security's crap so I'm going to have my husband's full name, unit and photograph printed in a local paper? Stupid ******* whore.

I would though, if she wants to get her own back on him.
 
#19
So things would seem not to have changed since I was there '68-69. Mind you, that was just before the Troubles started.

The Sunday evening NAAFI dances were unforgettable - by 18:00, there'd be loads of women queueing up outside the barracks waiting to get in. It may have been their only chance of ensnaring a bloke as they apparently outnumbered men 3-1 in Northern Ireland in those days. Fights between girls over some bloke broke out at the dances every few minutes. I actually had 3 girls on the go at the same time while I was there - two in Holywood and one in Belfast; but I'm aware that this is almost certainly not a record!
 
#20
So things would seem not to have changed since I was there '68-69. Mind you, that was just before the Troubles started.

The Sunday evening NAAFI dances were unforgettable - by 18:00, there'd be loads of women queueing up outside the barracks waiting to get in. It may have been their only chance of ensnaring a bloke as they apparently outnumbered men 3-1 in Northern Ireland in those days. Fights between girls over some bloke broke out at the dances every few minutes. I actually had 3 girls on the go at the same time while I was there - two in Holywood and one in Belfast; but I'm aware that this is almost certainly not a record!
Wonder If the Side Gate Is Still There' Was Busier than the main gate during darkness...Bought a few guard commanders new cars so i belive .84-86 So nothings changed then
 

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