Found this in the Guardian today Wake up, the invisible front line.. Towards the end there is this: I agree with the first part about coming from one front line to another but my blood boiled when I read The returning soldier may do more to reduce the threat of terrorism in Britain by his off-duty attitude to British Muslims in his home town than by anything he did, gun in hand, in Basra. This Guys got a dammed nerve talking about Soldiers 'off-duty' attitudes like that. Only in the Guardian. I've added a comment to the article. It will probably only provide entertainment for Guardian Grammar snobs though.