Is anyone out there old enough to remember that sketch from "Beyond the Fringe" starring Peter Cook and Johathan Miller as a couple of RAF officers which begins something like: "Perkins, it's about time in this war for a futile meaningless gesture. Take your bally old kite over to Bremen, do a few circuits and er... DON'T COME BACK." We all thought at the time that it was a very good p1ss take... WRONG!!! All the papers today have reported that Air Vice Marshal David Walker has asked aircrew TO CONSIDER SUICIDE MISSIONS AS A LAST RESORT AGAINST TERRORIST TARGETS. I sense a lack of enthusiasm here. Perhaps a call for a suicide attack on 10 Downing Street would get a more positive response? Comments please! SLR (Not to be confused with SLR Boy).