BBC Military documentaries-----worth a watch.

#4
Oh God No!!! This is going to be a Tropper fest. JLR RAC, 17/21L and The Charge of the Light Bde :shock:
 
#6
You can't blame me for the BBC wanting to imortalize my early career in the British army, much as Tacitus did with my time in the II Legio Agusta
 
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Trooper/Jim24 why have you posted using two separate usernames on the same thread?
cos I is using two different computers, init, operated by two different people, me and Jim24
 
#11
We all know you're Jim24. You set that account up after you forgot your login details for your Tropper account.
FFS I have a stalker, actually your very useful, as when you are as old as I am the old memory is failing, but with you there , I have a ready to use second memory device
 
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#12
FFS I have a stalker, actually your very useful, as when you are as old as I am the old memory is failing, but with you there , I have a ready to use second memory device
Hardly a stalker just have a good memory. And you mentioned using the Jim ID on a certain faceache group when Forastro was trying to ban you
 
#15
Talking of documantatries, I was in one (albeit slightly) that was about training to be an Ammunitian technician. It was filmed in 1989 and IIRC broadcast in late 1990. My memories failing but I believe it was channel 4, although I can't find feck all about it.

It started with selection at the School, classroom and hands-on stuff, training up at the Felix centre and subsequant posting out to NI?

Do any of you old & Bold remember this?
 
#16
Some great stuff here! Thanks for posting the link mcreature.
 
#18
Trooper/Jim24 why have you posted using two separate usernames on the same thread?
How they hell can you work that out? I ask as there's a multiple personality clone war going on in the ACF Forum.
 

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