Cadet Classic F*ckwitt Moments

#1
Had to share this with you all. We just had our Company mil skills this weekend and one of the things they had to do was a written test about general military knowledge. What follows are genuine answers from the scrotes.

Q: What rank does a section commander usually hold?
A: Map & Compass

Q: Name 3 infantry regiments
A: PWRR, The Rifles, Jewish

Q: What rank usually commands a battalion?
A: Lance jack

Q: Name the six section battle drills
A: Prep for battle, Run, Execute, War

Q: Name 3 Guards regiments
A: Paras, Army Air Corps, Guards

Any fellow arrsers have similar gems from our young little warriors?
 
#6
are these answers from ACF or OTC?
 
#7
Got to be ACF.

Even so, I've heard some crackers from OCdts.
 
#8
ive seen some amusing stuff, but its more practical stuff and not stuff like that but wat the hey.

recruits picking up GPs and saying how much they have fired weapons before, then holding it as if it was some sort of RPG launcher. butt on the shoulder and gripping the magazine.

priceless coz they get put straight in thier place
 
#9
When teaching History of Flight:

"Did we win world war two then?"
"Oh, was Pearl Harbour real?"
[about WW2] "Were the Americans on our side?"

I wish I'd made these up :(
 
#10
_Artemis_ said:
When teaching History of Flight:

"Did we win world war two then?"
"Oh, was Pearl Harbour real?"
[about WW2] "Were the Americans on our side?"

I wish I'd made these up :(
My girlfriend didn't know that D-Day was 'different to' Dunkirk. This was last month.
 
#12
My concern is that one of the ACF instructors is calling the cadets 'scrotes', not really the term to best describe them on an open forum ?
If the cadets are coming up with such answers, in my mind as an instructor, the question should be, have I taught them correctly, not lets take the mick out of them ?
JMHO
 
#13
Aircraft recce quiz at camp (just returned from Newark so a lot of their exhibits thrown in)answers

Pointy one from the knife drawer (Lightning)
Japanese Ninja Death Star (Draken)

Being shown around a Gazelle "which pedal is the brake and whats the accelerator"
 
#15
Bigt116 said:
My concern is that one of the ACF instructors is calling the cadets 'scrotes', not really the term to best describe them on an open forum ?
If the cadets are coming up with such answers, in my mind as an instructor, the question should be, have I taught them correctly, not lets take the mick out of them ?
JMHO
Careful Big, your blood pressure will go through the roof. As the thread states, it was general military knowledge, not part of the syllabus. Scrotes they may be, but they are my scrotes.
 
#16
Bigt116 said:
My concern is that one of the ACF instructors is calling the cadets 'scrotes', not really the term to best describe them on an open forum ?
If the cadets are coming up with such answers, in my mind as an instructor, the question should be, have I taught them correctly, not lets take the mick out of them ?
JMHO
Is that the mating cry of the lesser spotted fail I can hear?

Usual BS from students/recruits/fcukwits when they fail a test, the teacher is to blame for not teaching me.

Now if 100% of the class fail then you may have a point but when it is only you and your scrote mates that have a problem then I think the problem is with you and not the instructor.

>Hurrumps loudly and rustles paper<
 
#17
There is always the fact that 9 out of 10 cadets really are f*ckwitts. And the odd ones are retards. :D Myself included :p

PS: I didnt fail the test :D
 
#18
Bigt116 said:
My concern is that one of the ACF instructors is calling the cadets 'scrotes', not really the term to best describe them on an open forum ?
If the cadets are coming up with such answers, in my mind as an instructor, the question should be, have I taught them correctly, not lets take the mick out of them ?
JMHO
scrotes is a term of affection :D
 
#19
blackrat_scaleyback said:
PS. Many thanks to Freddie the Gooner for all his help.
You're welcome. It ws a good competition, just a pity I couldn't stay the whole weekend.

Scrotes is a good use of the english language. Describes them perfectly. Must admit they were keen scrotes, a joy to work with.
 
#20
Freddie_the_Gooner said:
blackrat_scaleyback said:
PS. Many thanks to Freddie the Gooner for all his help.
You're welcome. It ws a good competition, just a pity I couldn't stay the whole weekend.

Scrotes is a good use of the english language. Describes them perfectly. Must admit they were keen scrotes, a joy to work with.
Cheers mate.
 
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