ARRSE in Soldier mag

#1
It's probably happened before, but ARRSE gets a mention in the latest edition of that fine publication, 'Soldier'.

It's on the back page, bottom left hand corner, in the 'Vox Pop' section. It seems that ARRSE now provide MoD approved definitions to the mag. You will need a hardcopy of the mag to see the reference, but the link to the abridged version is below.

And this chap needs serious help if this is the only thing that annoys him about uniformed service...

http://www.soldiermagazine.co.uk/mag/voxpop.htm

SSgt Andy Taylor said:
I’d suggest that the Army needs to try to distance itself from some of the problems you find in civvy street – such as dropping litter. People coming into the Services seem to think it is OK to drop their rubbish on the floor and we’re forever having to tell them to pick it up. I would like the Army to adopt a more robust attitude to littering.
 
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The_Sloping_Wire said:
And this chap needs serious help if this is the only thing that annoys him about uniformed service...

http://www.soldiermagazine.co.uk/mag/voxpop.htm

SSgt Andy Taylor said:
I’d suggest that the Army needs to try to distance itself from some of the problems you find in civvy street – such as dropping litter. People coming into the Services seem to think it is OK to drop their rubbish on the floor and we’re forever having to tell them to pick it up. I would like the Army to adopt a more robust attitude to littering.
Needs help? Needs more than that! Obviously leads a rather sheltered life, or has way too much time on his hands! :roll:
 
#3
The_Sloping_Wire said:
And this chap needs serious help if this is the only thing that annoys him about uniformed service...

http://www.soldiermagazine.co.uk/mag/voxpop.htm

SSgt Andy Taylor said:
I’d suggest that the Army needs to try to distance itself from some of the problems you find in civvy street – such as dropping litter. People coming into the Services seem to think it is OK to drop their rubbish on the floor and we’re forever having to tell them to pick it up. I would like the Army to adopt a more robust attitude to littering.
You could get the NCOs to get a grip and ask them nicely not to drop it in the first place :roll:
 
#4
....and doesn't Capt Mark Teeton look just a little like Jim Carey??? :lol:
 
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